Newspapers are supposed to refrain from voicing opinions, but sometimes you can tell they care, at least a little. Or maybe I’m projecting. For example, some guy in Weston built an enormous house. Enormous even for Weston, I mean: $21M to build, 20 rooms, 21,000 square feet. Yes, each room costs about a million dollars and is approximately the size of my entire apartment. Why would the Globe point out that kind of wretched excess if not to instill shame in its creators?
One thought on “Did the Globe do this deliberately?”
You read it. I at least glanced at it. It has entertainment value, and that sells newspapers. I’m sure the creators don’t mind the attention. After all, what’s the point of conspicuous consumption if it’s not conspicuous?