“Through its use of characters, garbage falling from the sky all the time, and black people constantly playing the trumpet on a fire escape, The Great Gatsby is truly a book by F. Scott Fitzgerald about how you shouldn’t just buy a castle near your ex-girlfriend in the 1920s and then wait for her to fall back in love with you, because eventually you might get murdered by a poor person.” — from Jezebel review of The Great Gatsby by a 16 year-old kid with a very long name who may or may not have read the book and/or may have only seen the film…I can’t tell. (Thanks to Chris Willman for heads-up.)

Garbage falling from the sky?