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Re: Brigitte...

c in dc wrote:
I'm sorry to hear that; didn't know that about her. It's a shame when great artists let that kind of hate into their lives. Maybe it's a form of mental illness. I remember Kurt Vonnegut (forget which book) talking about the "thunderstorms" inside the head of family friend Jack Kerouac that caused him to spew racist and anti-semitic babble. Vonnegut also described the writer Louis-Ferdinand CÚline in a similar way. CÚline wrote one of the great novels of the 20th century, "Journey to the End of the Night", yet he was a rabid anti-semite. Sad.

My statement being about Bardot. Not Fontaine. I think Bardot makes more interesting conversation than Fontaine. I think bardots disgust with muslims particularly stem from animal rights.

Dec 04, 2009, 02:35