Being an experiment in comparing our culture with what it HAS BEEN, and what it SHOULD BE.
You could probably rake in a few shekels actually publishing such a tome (remember the Harvard Lampoon's "Bored of the Rings"?).One proposed chapter: Why Are So Many of Humanity's Most Brilliant Intellects Hanging Out At A Las Vegas Pawn Shop?
@Michael: Loved Bored of the Rings! So much better than Jacksons' rendition. And I mean it!
Thanks, Michael...producing such a work would require becoming uncomfortably familiar with von Daniken's work. I think that I am unwilling so to do.Pawn Shop. RIOT!
Having read von Daniken's work (which I've placed in the fiction section of my library) I can understand the reluctance. It's not the easiest book in the world to wade through.@Jay --- I've tried to get my son interested in Bored of the Rings but, so far, he hasn't touched it. Admittedly a lot of the one-liners in the book are rather topical, but overall it's still a prime piece of writing. The map alone is worth the purchase.
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