Other companies are selling computers. Apple’s selling magic. Which one would you rather have?
The one that’s isn’t evil.
But we who live in this mechanical age will never know the exquisite beauty of the broccolo, for such is the sad fate of the Brassica oleracea plant that every flower bud is eaten before it blooms;—or we should say, rather, that the buds are harvested before they bloom, since there is good evidence to suggest that much more broccoli is harvested than is ever eaten. We may regard this as one of the surest tokens of the perversity of human nature, that we prefer to cut the buds from this beautiful plant and scrape them off our plates into the dog’s dish, rather than allow them to mature and brighten our gardens with their blooms.” —DR. BOLI’S COMPREHENSIVE HERBAL. « Dr. Boli’s Celebrated Magazine.
Sometimes I don’t regret looking at the comments.
Because the absorption of publishing concerns in media conglomerates has nothing to do with capitalism?
Google is the only force I can think of that could lead popular adoption of Tor.
“Also present was a nurse with the head of a great brown rat.”
-The Dark Tower, Stephen King.
“Another fact which strongly suggests that it was an artificial phallus is that the women did not become pregnant by the Devil except by special agreement.”
A Handbook on Witches, Gillian Tindall
“Body is essentially extended into space, non-thinking, and governed by the laws of motion.”
Descartes’ Mind-Body Problem, 30 Second Philosophies by Barry Loewer
“Now carefully turn the face inside out and scrape off the fatty tissue.”
- The Phantom Museum (and Henry Wellcome’s Collection of Medical Curiosities), ed. Hildi Hawkins and Danielle Olsen, Profile Books LTD in Association with The Wellcome Trust, London, 2003
“Gradually the people abandoned the cities.” —First Book of the Ancient Maya.