Tuesday, March 02, 2010


Dr. Seuss would have been 106 today. And who knew that his first book was "The Pocket Book of Boners" back in 1931?


By Blogger rcw, at Wed Mar 03, 01:07:00 PM:

I'm glad no one took the bait on disrespecting one of my favorite authors. I still have many of his rhymes memorized - entire books worth! He was a genius.  

By Anonymous Anonymous, at Wed Mar 03, 02:37:00 PM:

I remember sitting next to a girl I liked and giggling insanely over the contents of that book back in seventh grade Math. (We were required to bring something of our own choosing to read for the first fifteen minutes of each class.)

Don't think the title scored me any points, though.  

By Anonymous Anonymous, at Wed Mar 03, 04:15:00 PM:

Food Coverage actually makes a lot of sense - if you get to be the provider.

You could provide what everyone has to buy anyway and add your profit to the bill. Then you continuously convince everyone that they have a need and a right to a bit more and your profits flourish accordingly.

Of course you convince employers to provide it as a benefit (easy if you can get the government not to tax it). Everyone who gets excited when the IRS gives you some of your money back without interest every year will think their Food Care program is the best deal on earth.  

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