Blog by Sumana Harihareswara, Changeset founder
On the train to Denver I saw a part of…
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On the train to Denver I saw a part of Daredevil, which was hilariously bad. But I also saw and really enjoyed Chicago. I'll have to talk more about the fascinating narrative and argument of Chicago, but for now let me say that I would enjoy wearing a pin-striped suit in which the stripes glitter, and that I loved some of the songs. "Mr. Cellophane" is really fun, as is "The Cellblock Tango," and a fragment from "Nowadays" is currently stuck in my head.
You can like the life you're livin'
You can live the life you like
You can even marry Harry
And mess around with Ike
Of course, Leonard heard these lyrics and expressed astonishment that a woman from the 1920s would encourage you to marry Harry S Truman and have an affair with Dwight Eisenhower. "I like giving 'em hell," he pondered.