Obviously you see the depth of his statements. For such a short piece, it is incredibly rich and dense. So much so, that I imagine that the average NYT reader will that it is less that garbage. They won't even try to unwrap the gems, mistaking them instead for turds to be flushed.
But for those few who do get it, my question is, what next? If you understand what he is saying, then he is placing a burr under your saddle. How will we animate the bubble generation?