I’d like to get in the habit of doing the blog-all-dog-eared-pages thing, but I really really hate dog-earing pages. I’m not absurdly fussy about the state of my books – they are working objects after all – but I don’t like folding the corners of the pages. So I thought I’d note this one down while it was fresh in my head.
“The craftiest storytellers can tell you a tale without you realising it’s being told. They are called advertisers [..] They can tell a story with a phrase, a picture, and sometimes with a single pencil line. Without them transnationals would become extinct because in order to sell, they have to tell stories. They have to tell them to survive”
From Mark Thomas’ “Belching Out The Devil“