Dan Solove writes:
Dr. Seuss’s Green Eggs and Ham is a timeless classic that is read to millions of children. At first the simple rhymes and cute drawings are alluring. But parents will soon discover the book’s terrifying equation: The tiresome repetition of the book multiplied by the number of times a child will want the book read. The result is mind-numbing and will make parents curse the day they decided to make the book part of their child’s library.
But it gets even worse. What appears on the surface as a cute story about a guy who is convinced to try a new breakfast cuisine (most likely artificially-colored and highly-processed) is actually a much more sinister tale. Green Eggs and Ham is a vivid demonstration of incessant privacy violations by a fanatical marketer.
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