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phil jazzNew York Times, November 7, 1926. More highbrow European bloviation about jazz.
phil jazz2phil jazz3phil jazz4Was it not Léon Worth? Yes, it was not. It was more probably Leon Werth, an intellectual ponce to whom Antoine Saint-Exupery dedicated his creepy and annoying children’s classic, The Little Prince.

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  1. Stupid French think they’re so smart just because they’re right about everything.

  2. Right about everything? Vous exagerez. They worship Harley-Davidsons, Mickey Rourke and Jerry Lewis, just to name three glaring errors of national taste.


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