An Idea Whose Time Has Come

Subject: An Idea Whose Time Has Come
From: Johnny One Note <essncom -at- PRIMENET -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 22 Mar 1996 09:35:45 -0700

As I sat at my word processor, a funny little
man appeared standing on top of my desk. He was
about three inches tall. He had a black two and
one-half inch beard that went all the way to his
feet. But the top of his head was bald. His eyes
were beady and sunken, his face a little pale.
He looked like Alexander Solzhenitsyn. He stared
up at me for a minute, then in a powerful audible
faraway voice said, "Hi there! I'm an idea, and
my time has come." (A cartoon by Chon Day).

An Idea Whose Time Has Come

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