Richard tries to intellectually analyze the way fraternities are seen today.
He says it is not arguable that the movie changed how the world saw fraternities. Yes, why would we argue with an intellectual giant like you Richard?
Then, blah, blah, blah, nonsense, what the fuck is this guy even talking about?
Then he puts his history degree to good use. He musters up all his intellectual learning and historical analysis skills and makes a conclusion:
Could this movie have contributed to the downfall of the true WASP....I guess, but let's not place too much blame on the film.
Ok, Richard we won't. So do you mean the eminent, scholarly sociologists were right in their books that it was something other than Animal House that caused the decline of the WASP in the United States? What a relief. I would not have wanted to read all of those books for nothing.
Commenter Chuck Bass had an interesting comment:
Please Richard, tell us more of what you've learned about WASP culture from television shows and movies. Have you ever been on the Upper East Side or inside a fraternity house?