What is Hollywood, you ask, dear children? A quorum of whores babbling endlessly on about fucking while the bordello is razed for a penny arcade -- Paul Bern

Thursday, October 6, 2011


VEVEY, SUISSE -- Charles Chaplin was questioned by Swiss authorities today concerning a serious violation of French Law, on a possible charge of trivializing and encouraging representations of genocide not directed by Claude Lanzmann. The aging comic, known for playing Adenoid Hynkel, a thinly veiled caricature of Danish auteur Lars Von Trier, commented that he knows how Von Trier feels and that he now has empathy for him.

For his part, Von Trier had this to say: "I can heartily recommend the Gestapo to anyone." He then took his German Shepherd, Petain, for a long walk in the woods. The faithful dog was discovered with the still warm corpse.

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