Albert Camus on How to Be Cool

NOTE FROM LB: When I was introduced to the concept of “cool,” back in Junior High, it came in two flavors.

There was Elvis Presley cool. And there was James Dean cool. All it took for me was one look at young Mr. Dean in Rebel Without A Cause, and I knew that was my future. It had to be.

Now, however, I’m older and wiser and understand the whole truth. The real definition of cool was the writer of The Stranger, The Plague, The Fall, The Rebel, and, of course, The Myth of Sisyphus. 

And now, thanks to ExistentialComics.Com here’s Mr. Cool his very self telling us what coolness and Camus are all about:

Looking at this, I find myself wondering:

Is there any woman, anywhere who could possibly agree with this POV? And if there isn’t, doesn’t that totally invalidate it?

Author: LB

A legendary figure in the television writing and production world with a career going back to the late ’60s, Larry Brody has written and produced hundreds of hours of American and worldwide television and is a consultant to production companies and networks in the U.S. and abroad . Shows written or produced by Brody have won several awards including - yes, it's true - Emmys, Writers Guild Awards, and the Humanitas Award.

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