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Witty, often hilarious, sometimes bittersweet, but ever effervescent, the picture is also perhaps Lubitsch's most effectively pointed look at cocksmanship, coming down deeply on the side of monogamous love: "Here they are," Jeanette tells Maurice at the (thinly disguised) bordello where he is surrounded by adoring courtesans, "all your little tonights, and not a tomorrow among them."
Still, the former Mr. Pamela Anderson's good-humored salutes to his own cocksmanship-not to mention his skill at Xeroxing classic boogie-can't entirely offset occasional pretensions toward relevance.
The first minute of 'Fuck the Pain Away', with its sheets of kickdrums and yells, seemed to announce The New as much as any pirate radio product from the same time - although the album later becomes something rather more pomo in its play with and mockery of rock's cocksmanship, and is equally hard to find exciting today.
This may be only throwing kerosene on the fire, but this whole false bravado, fake macho, posturing, strutting and cocksmanship is very close to the root of what's wrong with the GOP, quite in contradiction to Theodore's thesis that it's because Republicans aren't ideologically pure enough that they got their proverbial asses handed to them on November 4.