did a great job of upsetting everyone with the, gasp, revelation that he wasn't a big fan of brunch. Well, OK, it was more that he was railing against yuppiedom and trend followers, but he didn't do exactly the best job expressing this in an interview with GQ that not only made him look anti-brunch but also like a bit of a snob as well. Further explanations offered in a The Daily Beast interview didn't do much to recolor that image.
So now he's taken to twitter to clarify, making sure people knew that his problems with brunch specifically concerned, "when people dress up like it's the Kentucky Derby for LES brunch." In fact, he went so far as to state that brunch was something which, "people of all freedoms and hues should enjoy." If only we could have gotten him to offer up his opinion on the difference between dinner and supper we might have gotten a little closer to the heart of this wacky thing we call "life;" instead, all we got were a few ramblings about his relationship with the members of The Strokes
(he loves them), his opinions on music journalists (some are great, many are only good) and a spurious comparison of Red Bull to Cocaine. Oh, but what we must have missed out on!