3. It's like watching the proverbial slow-motion train wreck.
But you know, the more I think about that prison idea, the more appeal it has. Inmates make about 25 cents an hour, so at last American labor would be competitive with the Far East.
I guess I'm in a weird mood because I stayed up 'way too late last night finishing John Grisham's The Appeal. It's a novel about how a corporate moneter stacked a state Supreme Court to get "business-friendly" rulings; it was eerily predictive of what happened in Wisconsin a few months ago.
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