"Africa is, indeed, coming into fashion." - Horace Walpole (1774)


here's a thought

If you are really, really, REALLY angry at your professor for not including Ralph Nader as a viable option in your in-class, simulated, presidential debate, and you want to send emails that accuse your professor of being 1) a "Republocrat," 2) undemocratic, and 3) only giving the students "coke or pepsi" and "Tweedle-dee or Tweedle-dum" choices, you should probably change your email address so that your angry rant isn't coming from someone named "Betty Haagen-Daas."

I'm just thinkin'...


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Are you suggesting that Haagen Daas is one of the top two selling ice creams in America? Perhaps this is so, but I have no data to confirm such claims, and you provide none either. I would not be suprised if Bryers, Ben & Jerry's and Baskin Robin's to name a few brands, all outsell Haagen Daas.

As such, if Haagen Daas is not one of the top two ice cream sellers, it does not fit the two only presidental debate choice analogy.

If Haagen Daas is not one of the top two ice creams in sales, then it is in fact a "third party" candidate just like Ralph Nader.

Of course Haagen Daas is represented in greater porportions in the ice cream world, than Ralph Nader in the political world, but you certainly have provided no proof that it is one of the top two.

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