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I remember seeing hippie Volkswagen™ bugs and buses with the regulation number of Grateful Dead™ bumper stickers, mandalas apparently commissioned in nail polish, and somewhere in there, just above Free Tibet© and to the right of the Air Force “bake sale” sticker, would be one that read “Kill your TV.” Insane, right? Buncha gravel-munching druids, rolling joints, and blowing stop signs at seven miles per hour.
Kill your television. What you allow into your ears will eventually come out of your mouth. With freedom comes responsibility, and with the protection of society come duties. With the freedom to do as you please and to be left alone also comes an obligation to carefully tend your garden of ideas, dreams, and the focus of your effort. That’s your brain, and while mine may be made of Play-Doh™, I assure you that it is a cultivated mix of flavors. I mean colors. What was I saying?
Oh, right. I would rather be governed by the anonymous trolls at 4chan than by the first 2,000 names in the National Review’s™ Rolodex™.Published in