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01 December, 2005

Pray for fruit

I received an unsolicited catalog in the mail from National Geographic. It was filled with "exotic" crap for sale, just in time for the holidays. I particularly liked the "Tibetan Chime of Compassion," priced at $45.00. I assume this is a perfect gift for Subaru-driving "liberals" who disdain western religion but somehow find the eastern brand to be more legitimate and mystical. To me it looks like the people at Restoration Hardware got their hands on some marked down banana hooks. A little distressing here...a little varnish there...Voila! tacky religious gift.


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