The noted author of “Me and My Likker", Marvin "Popcorn" Sutton, is now suffering at the hands of his harshest critics
in the Bush/Obama Administrations.
Hardly change to believe in, particularly from the Sutton perspective. I fear further crack downs by the literary critics once the new folks in Washington re-establish the Fairness Doctrine, enabling the prosecution of such as Popcorn for not including Carrie Nation's side of the story in his book.
Art has suffered a blow right along with Literature, as all Popcorn was doing was exploring the aesthetic ramifications of interactive performance art involving copper tubing and old radiators internally bathed in a thermally enhanced maize-derived sucrose solution, something any red-blooded American teenager might be wont to do.
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