Fuse #8

Wednesday, September 27, 2006


Apparently Banned Books Week is an incredibly popular fraud maliciously conjured up by the American Library Association. No really! All those mentions in your monthly copy of American Libraries of books banned? Horrible horrible lies. We apparently live in a world of sunshine and roses where nothing is ever banned and unicorns frolic in the streets. Tra la, tra la, tra la.

Thanks for the heads up Maud Newton.


At 3:50 PM , Blogger Disco Mermaids said...

But not even she could come up with a book that has been banned. “I can’t think of any book that has been banned across the country.” Saying she can't think of a book that's been banned across the entire country is very different than coming up with a book that's been banned somewhere.

Many books have been questioned by parents and moved to different parts of the library. But what about the other books questioned by parents? Oh, that's right, that'd go against their argument.

But I guess I'm naturally going to find huge holes in their logic because, as the title of their column makes clear, I'm anti-family.

- Jay

At 4:40 PM , Blogger Saints and Spinners said...

A world in which unicorns frolic in the streets is dangerous indeed. They're always causing traffic jams with their horns.


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