An Emotional Appeal
Can you imagine life without a yacht ? I can’t. Just picking up signals here from such outstanding/upstanding leaders as Mitt Romney and Donald Trump, for whom the 99% are like dirt beneath the toenails. For them, only the 1% count -- and that’s actually something of a euphemism, the real club being limited to a handful of guys who Skullandkeyed at Yale and prepped at Choate. And the only way anyone can be any good (on this view) is for everyone to have a yacht that is bigger than anyone else's. (There may be a subtle paradox in this scheme; our logicians are working on it.)
So, how is poor Dr Justice ever to get his yacht? )* sob *(
We ran this past our Economic Logic department, and they came back with a nifty solution:
=> Simply become very very rich !
Ahh… you ask (a stickler for details); but how is that to come about.
Obviously, not by working; that’s for chumps; here’s why:
=> Simple. Just sell millions upon millions of books.
Ahhhh, you add, with a knowing look: And how do you go about that?
The best way is to run in the Republican Presidential primary. Your wild & wacky behavior will ensure enormous publicity and consequent sales, long after your joke campaign is over.
But what about the rest of us?
Ahhh…. Simplicity itself.
=> Just ensure that millions of people watch this video:
No-one who watches that video can help buying a copy -- two, ten copies -- of that rollicking funnovel, Murphy on the Mount.
AHHHhhhhhhhhhh, you say (sly one), and how do you propose to manage that ??
We-ll … That’s where you come in -- all of you -- my faithful fans -- standing there upstandingly in the farms and fields, gazing out to the horizon -- squall comin’ in …. better get them cows backina barn...
=> Simply click on that link and “Like” the video ! YouTube tots those stats up, and, before you know it, you’ve got a yacht.
A clever method. Patent pending.