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In Praise Of Concision
"Some guy on TV is describing how he fitted his automobile with a new skin: gluing them one by one, he has blanketed every inch of its exterior with beer-bottle caps. ... Or he's displaying the dozens of photo albums that catalogue, exhaustively, the individual stacks of pancakes on which he has breakfasted daily for the past six years. And as I sit watching, one of my daughters ambles by, glances at the screen, and mutters, 'Whoa, free time'." The New Yorker 02/27/13
Posted February 28, 2013 12:41 AM




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