Pete Wells, did you know that your recent review of that Guy Fieri restaurant is the fifth most e-mailed NYT article right now? Is that because many people enjoy how you structured your curbstomp of a review as a series of questions to the proprietor? But that some people thought it was elitst? And did you know that #teamdonkeysauce might be trending on Twitter soon?
More importantly, are you aware that there are those who have conducted similar prose experiments on a larger scale? Have you read The Interrogative Mood? Were you aware that Padgett Powell has written a novel that consists entirely of questions? Would you be interested in reading a novel like that?
In a different vein, do you think this is the first review published in a major NY publication thus punctuated since Lester Bangs' classic "Sham 69 is Innocent"? Are you familiar with this review? Did you know that Bangs did the thing you did w/ Guy Fieri and question marks, except with Sham 69 and exclamation points? Are you familiar with Sham 69? Do you think they would enjoy Guy Fieri's restaurant? Do you suspect that Guy Fieri might play "Borstal Breakout" in his kitchen? Or is Fieri's populism utterly notional? Would you like to hear my favorite Sham 69 song?