4.07.2012

Messenger Above The Fold


6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Libraries are immensely valuable. Soylent Green proved that. And don't tell me the intertubes are a replacement. One strategic EMP and all that electronic info is toast.

Long Live Books! Death to Kindle!

My Other Brother Darryl

Anonymous said...

Breakin news fer sure!

Anonymous said...

Excellent point 3:51! Apple and Micro$oft are doing their be$t to tell u$ that book$ will be ob$olete in a few $hort year$, but we all know that i$ about, don't we?

W

Anonymous said...

3:51

I think you mean Fahrenheit 451. That's the story where all the books are burned.

Triple Fake... said...

the reference to Soylent Green is relevant. There was a scene in the movie where Edward G. Robinson's character went to a library, and it was very hush-hush. Books were in short supply due to the scarcity of trees and reading was restricted.

oh yeah...

Soylent Green is PEOPLE! It's PEOPLE!!!

Anonymous said...

Martha Hughes is one of my heroes. A truly great person.