It struck me the other day as I was reading Waging Heavy Peace, the fabulous new book by Neil Young, that only a book by Neil Young—obviously put together by the man himself, with little help from editors or other humans—would not only devote a significant passage to the merits of shopping at Costco, but also of his quest to buy new heads for his electric toothbrush, which, not incidentally, he considers quite fabulous.
My own copy of the book, coincidentally, was also purchased at Costco—at a fine price, I might add!—where I'd also return the next week to buy the new book by Pete Townshend. Also written by the man himself, with little outside assistance.
That I would purchase both books quite willingly, and with my own money, I found interesting. Though I regularly read e-books via my Kindle, in both cases here I wanted to buy the physical product—the tome, the pages, the cover picture, etc.—mostly because in late 2012, when record albums are likely as not wave, flac or MP3 filesRead More »from One Pill Makes You Larger!