I am so tired that I actually replied to an email in the following way:
A student had asked me (among other things):
"How does Nietzsche argue that all reality is a matter of interpretation?" (a question from a study sheet, so rather than answer it, I was just going to point him in the direction of the answer
Here is my response (which I've already sent):
"4. See his discusison of physics, etc. Again, he wants to emphasize that what we take for granted as fact has to pass through some sort of more immediately cultural medium."
Here is my "damage control" email (which I've also already sent):
"Sorry. With 4, I meant that even facts have to be interpreted to mean anything to me (this is the idea that I had behind my idea as cultural medium, but it's unimportant now).
You know how in Bullworth, Warren Beatty goes crazy simply because he's so tired. That's me.
Thanks for a third time,