Dec 03, 1996 10:06 AM
by Murray Stentiford
The following is a low-copyright zone, from Kay's Kuts, a
twice-in-a-lifetime publication by a niece of mine.
How many post-structuralists does it take to change a light bulb?
None. With each one bringing a new meaning to the process, they
cannot agree on what a light bulb is, where it is or whether the
process of change is oppressive.
In addition, if they do manage to change it, there could be
anything stuck back in that could be read as a lightbulb.
It's nice to be reminded that theosophists aren't the only ones with a
light bulb problem.
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