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Friday, November 28, 2003
Howdy all. About the Tuesday post: Does this mean Shylock was going to eat his pound of flesh? Gadzooks. (Or are we talking about other kinds of eating?)

This woman Kilgour is the same person who goes to an Indian restaurant, munches on a couple samosas, and thinks she's managed to expand her capacity for ethical and imaginative thinking, somehow. I.e. eating the other, not being eaten by him/her/it. We eat each other all the time, ain't it grand.