Tuesday, May 24, 2011

SQD banned in China; Hold the MSG

This just in from our dear friend Paco who is over in Beijing, explaining to Chinese retailers What Women Want and Why We Buy.

"Please take some pride in knowing that your blog (and many others) are deemed sufficiently subversive to the Chinese Communist Party, that it is blocked for Chinese readers. All your twisted finial piety worship and honeyed entries, does not conceal the truth that you are secretly funded by the Catholic Church to propagate the worship of Saints."

Of course I am honored to be in what I assume is very august company.But I can't help but wonder what I would have to do to be placed on the Index Librorum Prohibitorum, the Catholic Church's most exclusive club, populated by such notables as Galileo, Casanova, La Fontaine, Sartre and Maeterlinck.About whom we might ask: was it his very explicit The Life of the Bee that was the deciding factor in his listing?

1 comment:

Rebecca Rice said...

This is very cool that you are banned in China! Sort, Quench, & Dump to the barricades!