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February 14, 2007



You're not that old... Ok, maybe that is my own sense of denial.

You have to love the Soylent Green references, though.

This past April Fool's day I was listening to the NPR weekend edition report. National Public Radio often has brief fifteen second promos to tag their prominent sponsors. On this particular broadcast I heard the following tag read in the most earnest "I want to sell people on my sponsor" voice:

This program supported by Soylent Corporation. Working hard to help feed a hungry world. Soylent Green *is* people.

I almost fell off my chair...

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