A Sale of Indulgences

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One worn-out memory: 11.99.

Finally being allowed to forget: priceless.

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6 Responses to A Sale of Indulgences

  1. Pastabagel says:

    I like how the sign on the T-shirt rack says “Freedom is never free.” Nice attempt at blending freedom with the purchase of the crappy shirt.

    It’s also a little depressing to think that in the 10 years since 9/11 we have fought/are fighting two wars without a clear objective or to a decisive victory, the country is in deep financial trouble, and unemployment is the highest its been in the lifetime of most people. Freedom may not be free, but we appear to have paid a lot and I don’t think anyone believes they have more freedom now than 10 years ago.

  2. BluegrassJack says:

    Forgetting 9-11 is an impossibility for the American people. Fortunately.

  3. Tiburon. says:

    This is kind of a trite sentiment, isn’t it?

    Fake patriotism as signaling mechanism, news at 11.

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