Story Go Round 02/23/2002, round 1, #1

... happily ever after

The moral ly ambiguous ending is inevitably drawn from the extrapolation of a panel of experts who flunked out of Harvard and for quick cash, critiqued fairytales. These so-called experts never once read a "so-called" fairytale in fact, they sat around watching "Reality" shows all day. You know the type - beehive hairdos, horned-rimmed glasses, dresses clingy from static-cling, hollering about their bad childhoods. You are the type. You know, real "safety-first" Clydes dales, you go on and on watching Oprah, hoping to learn something to pacify deep, unhinging doors to your soul. Pity less and acrid, you spew vile, vulgar, vituperative emptiness, even when you say big words. In fact, big words only made them feel worse and worse.

Probably this post-modern evangelism contributed to the decline of beehive wearing, geeky men fighting to impact one shred of inhuman decency. Nah, not!

In fact, all these critics and you can go jump in a magical lake.

Amber is purple; John is pink; Alan is blue; Terry is orange; Kim is green