The most-quoted writers are anonymous. Proof? Who wrote: "This side up." Or ...
"Use no hooks."
"Garbage in, garbage out."
"Do not fold, mutilate or spindle."
"Make that a vente."
The defense rests.
In 1954, guess what was the hot button in U. S. Senate investigations? Comic books. The inquisition was even televised. Before the scare, more than twenty publishers were cranking out close to six hundred and fifty titles each month. Bam. After the hammer fell, censors made Betty and Veronica switch from such form-fitting blouses. The number of titles dropped from 650 to around 250. Read more in “The Ten-Cent Plague: The Great Comic Book Scare and How it Changed America” by David Hajdu.
Wired Magazine offers new views of the money you carry around:
--you may have enough traces of cocaine in your wallet to attract a drug-sniffing dog because traces of the drug are found on the majority of greenbacks in the U.S.
--the dollar bill is usually retired after about 21 months of circulation but coins knock around for 30 years.
-- there's not enough of it. Personal observation.
Speaking of money, the value of the dollar has dropped so much that cab drivers won’t accept U.S. currency in Cuba. In Cuba!