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... a day had to come when women shattered the pearl of their love for pristine and feminine will and found the man, yes that man in the million who could become the point of the seed which would give an egg back to nature, and let the woman return with a babe who came from the root of God’s desire. . . .
Norman Mailer, THE PRISONER OF SEX
As you can see, these deal with chickens of the old sort, raised on dirt rather than in wire cages. Chickens were more interesting then, although not much.
Nixonomics means that all the things that should go up - the stock market, corporate profits, real spendable income, productivity—go down, and all the things that should go down—unemployment, prices, interest rates— go up.— Lawrence F. O’Brien, chairman of theDemocratic National Committee, onMay 21, 1970.