This Is No Game

Jack Handey, in The New Yorker:

This is not some brightly colored, sugarcoated piece of candy that you can brush the ants off of and pop in your mouth.

This is not playtime or make-believe. This is real. It’s as real as a beggar squatting by the side of the road, begging, and then you realize, Uh-oh, he’s not begging.

(Via Philip Greenspun.)

Wednesday, 4 January 2006

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