Willy Staley

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If you set aside his long-running TV show King of the Hill, which is much too loving to be considered satire, Judge's corpus of work cleaves neatly into two pieces. In one, people are driven nearly to ruin in their efforts to escape the crush of immense managerial apparatuses (Office Space, Extract). In the other, we see the opposite–imbeciles left completely and terrifyingly to their own devices (Beavis and Butt-Head, Idiocracy). Silicon Valley, remarkably, fuses both of these impulses.feedback
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Apr 15 2017 Silicon Valley
Willy Staley has most recently been quoted in an article called Charlie Murphy and The Rock: The Week in Pop-Culture Writing. Willy Staley said, “If you set aside his long-running TV show King of the Hill, which is much too loving to be considered satire, Judge's corpus of work cleaves neatly into two pieces. In one, people are driven nearly to ruin in their efforts to escape the crush of immense managerial apparatuses (Office Space, Extract). In the other, we see the opposite–imbeciles left completely and terrifyingly to their own devices (Beavis and Butt-Head, Idiocracy). Silicon Valley, remarkably, fuses both of these impulses.”.
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