Ayn Rand reviews children’s movies. A snippet:
A farm animal ceases to be useful and is disposed of humanely. A valuable lesson for children. —Four stars.
Via Balloon Juice.
A city boy will never learn everything a country boy knows by instinct. A country boy will learn everything a city boy knows in six months.
Effective immediately, we enjoin all European use or reproduction of Velveeta, Kaukauna Klub Cheese, in crock or out, cheese curds, both fresh and deep fried, brick cheese, whether brick shaped or not, “Swiss” or, in fact, New Glarus Cheese, farmer cheese (particularly when you know the farmer), hoop cheese, Munster cheese (which lacks the ‘e’ of the French valley) Colby (the one near Abbotsford) Cheese (Colby, btw, is what happens when you don’t cheddar Cheddar), Liederkranz, a heads-up version of old world Limburger, Brunost, found wherever you find Norwegians, and you sure do, Cheese Whiz, Easy Cheese, Macaroni and Cheese, and Kraft Singles. Oh, and string cheese which some will claim is mozzarella. Couldn’t be further from the truth; try and peel mozzarella.
La vache qui rit was unmentioned.
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In other news, Time Magazine demonstrates how it went from Henry Luce to Henry Loser in one generation.
Many years ago, I resolved to give up New Year’s Resolutions.
Kept that one.