Friday, September 16, 2005

Looking for logic in all the wrong places.

There's one thing that has always bugged me about the song "You're So Vain":

If you happen to be the person the song is actually about, it's not really a sign of your vanity if you think the song is about you, right? I mean, the song is, in fact, about you, so your recognition of this fact does not constitute additional evidence of your vanity.

Am I wrong here?

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