Sometimes a picture is indeed worth 1,000 words.

As seen at the bookstore.

While name calling and obscenities may fill the empty space when the richness of prose fail us, a simple juxtaposition at a bookstore can yield an enjoyable result.

Unfortunately, the diary rules do not count the picture as 1,000 words as upon trying to post I get a box coercing me to be less textually concise. So with the apparent words I must leverage to publish my diary, I must thank Ann. As I work to complete my own book about Corpocracy, I privately think (albeit less so after this post) what do I have to say that hasn't already been said? Why would anyone want to read my collection of thoughts and ideas about politics and economics?

Then, during any casual stroll through a bookstore I see clearly important works by Ann, Rush and others. At such times I'm struck by an Al Franken (or Senator Al Franken as I prefer) thought... "why not me?"


Originally posted to 100yearmarch on Sat Jan 31, 2009 at 08:12 AM PST.

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