“The Winooski Syndrome”

 

Nothing better than bacon

I’m ashamed to admit that I simply love bacon, even though I know that it’s bad for me. However, I don’t like it “crisp.” Why restaurants advertise their crisp bacon eludes me. It’s far better when it’s still juicy and, well, flexible.

 

The Jewish commentator Dennis Prager sees considerable significance in this very small story:

 

http://www.nationalreview.com/article/386836/winooski-syndrome-dennis-prager

 

So, alas, do I.

 

But I also see a way in which I, as a non-drinker of coffee, may be able to wrap myself in the glorious robes of victimhood and, thus, manipulate those around me.  Perhaps there’s even money in it!

 

Posted from Seaside, Oregon

 

 

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