A Great Verbal Picture

It’s late but I had to pass on this sentence from Mathew Yglesias. He’s writing about the futility of Barnes and Noble’s efforts to survive and the vagaries of capitalism and technology.

¬†One day you’re the soulless corporate bohemoth crushing independent bookstores beneath your mighty boot and doing a damn fine job of it, and the next thing you know the prevailing technological winds shift and you’re roadkill.

It’s such a great sentence that you hardly notice the typo.

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