Smithers: I'm afraid we have a bad image, Sir. Market research shows people see you as something of an ogre.Anyway, Rushdie went into hiding, avoided getting killed... then had a three-year marriage with Padma from "Top Chef". (???)
Burns: I ought to club them and eat their bones!
no why should it be banned? its pure fiction and it sounds kinda like the matrix and besides that you don't HAVE to read it so why should anyone care if its on the shelves someone wrote it to make money and they should be allowed to do that...since well the first amendment and allIt DOES kinda sound like "The Matrix"! And Aldous Huxley (d. 1963) really should be able to have it on the shelves to make money! You've done it again, Yahoo Answers.
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