I don’t know if this is still true, but on the back of some baking soda boxes were diagrams of the many uses of baking soda: one is to put it in the fridge to absorb food odors that wander around, invading the peaceful Tupperware; another is to brush your teeth with it; and still another use is to pour the entire box down the toilet. “Buy our product, flush the entire thing down the toilet, and buy more.” It’s a capitalist’s dream. A capitalist’s wet dream. And that’s our economic system, built around war. Make it, box it, sell it, buy it, flush it, and start all over again.
In a Moment of Truth, Jeff Dorchen looks a warhorse in the mouth.
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