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July 08, 2013

PROFILE IN COURAGE

Why I Donated My Stool

(Thanks to W. von Papineau)

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That's interesting.

I will never look at my blender the same way again.

And I'll never even consider buying one at a yard sale!

so the author is a stool pigeon?

I happen to own a Louis XIV stool that has been appraised by those weird PBS antique people at over $400,000. And I am not donating it.

I think it's a great story. A therapy that not only don't cost sh!+, but it does cost sh!+.

I hate to be all tin-foil-hat-like, but there's lots of hospital and pharmaceutical money at stake that's pushing the FDA to create obstruction.

Heck, I went ahead and donated a couch.

dont wanna know why, really.

That was very interesting. Dreadful, but interesting just the same.

And now I can't get this out of my head:

"So now, everywhere he went, man dropped a great load of knowledge - forming a rich compost where slumbered the modifying spark of humanity."

(How many geezers out there would like to take that trip with me?)

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