Andrew Lambdin-Abraham (kd5mdk) wrote,
Andrew Lambdin-Abraham

Reposted from The Whatever

I just posted this to John Scalzi's blog, and decided I'd share it here too, if I haven't already. It's an old though, so I could have posted it anytime in the past N years.

Personally, I've been working on composing "X killed the Folk Song star". The problem is deciding if X is Birth Control, No-Fault Divorce, or Alcoholics Anonymous. But I'm sure one of them is to blame. Think of how many folk songs are based on the lack of access to one of the above.

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