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"As for freedom, it will soon cease to exist in any shape or form. Living will depend upon absolute obedience to a strict set of arrangements, which it will no longer be possible to transgress. The air traveler is not free. In the future, life's passengers will be even less so: they will travel through their lives fastened to their (corporate) seats." Jean Baudrillard
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Ogden Nash
Birth: 1902-08-19 Death: 1971-05-19

"My verse represents a handle I can grasp in order not to yield to the centrifugal forces which are trying to throw me off of the world."

A master of the written word and known for this whimsical, light verse, Ogden Nash started out writing copy as an editor at Doubleday. His foray into humorous poetry began as scribbles at work one day. The scribbling were to become "Spring Comes to Murray Hill," his first published verse. He went on to write more than two dozen books of poetry during his lifetime, as well as countless prose, including pieces for The New Yorker and Information Please, a radio quiz show. His verse was often unapologetically exaggerated and surprising, with a touch of humor that not only caught on with re…



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