Breakfast of Champions

Curator Reviews

Michael Stipe

Introduced me to irony and self-deprecating humor. I can’t say I learned the lesson well, but…a B- for effort.

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Michaela Coel

Reading this reminded me of people who approach life like a video game, without consequence. I love it so much that I included a homage to Kurt Vonnegut in I May Destroy You, in episode two when Arabella is at the clinic and meets a woman who is covered in blood, having been assaulted. The woman says, ‘Everything is beautiful and nothing hurts,’ which is written on Kurt Vonnegut’s gravestone.

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