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The Future's So Bright I Can't Bear to Look Paperback – September 30, 2008
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Chocolates quickly lose their appeal if you sit down to scarf down a whole box, and so does a jar of olives, which are, as they say, an acquired taste that some do not acquire.
I am glad to have the Tom Tommorrow perspective, insight, depth, intelligence, but I have to read the cartoons one or two at a time, the way they were published in print and online. Tom Tomorrow answers absurdity that takes your breath away with a reductio ad absurdam that turns the foolishness around and leads you back to common sense and fact-based thinking. How many warriors of the Partisan Clone Wars can do that? Very few on any side of complex issues. Go for it, Little Penguin Guy!
The introduction is relatively subtle and quite funny in itself - after disclosing that the cartoon has been outsourced to China, "Tom" then gives a wrong name for the strips and casually mentions that he's looking forward to reading them.
Historians will use it as source material to chronicle the U.S.'s strange political history of the late 20th and early 21st centuries. But you don't have to wait to read their histories, you can enjoy the book now and relive all the low points of the last three years.