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When discussing the difficulty of defining pornography, Potter Stewart, Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, said, “I know it when I see it.”
Pornography comes in all forms these days and we are graced with its ubiquitous presence on television, the internet and in lyrics of hit songs. But is it really all that easy to recognize?
Sure, it’s easy enough when watching Lady Gag Gag or commercials by Victoria (who really doesn’t have any secrets) or Internet advertisements for ED (you know, the pop up kind?). But I’m talking about something far more pornographic.
Numbers. Big numbers to be specific.
Most people don’t understand big numbers, but they sure do love small percentages.
I was watching a TV show in which a senator was filibustering a $6 billion health care bill to secure an $18 million provision for the study and treatment of autism.
When the White House complained that the bill was already $6 billion in size, the senator said, “So what’s another $18 million?”
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