"Murphy was an optimist!"
The culprit is the people, not the state June 2, 2007 12:30 pmPosted by Doug McCaughan in : Announcements, Book / Magazine, Of Interest, Philosophy, Politics, Publishing, Touchy Subjects, TV / Movies
wants it understood that when he wrote [Fahrenheit 451] he was far more concerned with the dulling effects of TV on people than he was on the silencing effect of a heavy-handed government. While television has in fact superseded reading for some, at least we can be grateful that firemen still put out fires instead of start them. [Source]