This just in from our Consumer Affairs reporter:
If you don’t want to think about certain things –
think about the cost of thinking about them.
And from our South American desk:
It is being reported here that there are two ways of dealing with foolishness when it is presented as seriousness. One is to ignore it, and the other is to add to it.
One expert in ventriloquism in Montevideo refers to This as,
“Making the dummy do his own talking.”
“His comment is based on the obscure gambit of turning up your radio real loud to ward off a tornado.”
When shopping, if you’ll ignore the shelves of sham in-somnolence potions, you’ll lose your taste to chase after light that is illusion.