May 30, 2008 § Leave a comment

good for the economy

The slow man with the idling car and cleft palette, whose front tire sits on the curb as he turns up the stereo and drinks litres of doughnut-shop coffee, and how that is good for the economy.
The terminal cancer patient caught in a tough divorce, addicted to unsatisfying highs, and how that is good for the economy.
The woman who thinks there is something wrong, who buys books with pastel covers to ferret it out, who nods along to daytime television and cries when the music does sweet sad leaps, and how that is good for the economy.
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