This might be the most important text you’ve ever read.
It’s certainly more important than Dick and Jane and their dog named Spot whatever they might be up to these days in Centerville, Ohio. And anything else you might have read since then probably wasn’t all that important. Instruction manuals written by English-as-a-second-language tech writers in Malaisia, labels on boxes of muffin-mix, even novels by Stephen King aren’t as important as this.
If you are like me you have to think hard to remember characters and dialogues in books you haven’t read in half-century. But I’ve been waiting that long for Joseph Hellers prophetic novel, Catch 22, to get caught up with by events.
Yossarian to the mental ward physician: “Where are the Snowdens of yesteryear?”
Pages later, to Orr: “Where are the Snowdens of yesteryear?”
Yossarian to Major Major Major Major, pages later: “Where…
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