A Modest Proposal: Second Edition


             Paul Andrew Mitchell
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It occurs to me that the Red Chinese may be doing
a whopping new business in restaurant delicacies.
Indeed, the business is so brisk, the City of
Long Beach should consider bending its public
health and safety codes to encourage a chain of
these restaurants, scattered evenly throughout the
newly converted Long Beach Naval Shipyard.  Goodness
knows, they are soon to have a multitude of hungry
mouths to feed.

As it turns out, the newly enacted international
treaties encouraging a unified planetary economy
have made it all that more easy for these same Chinese
to set up the latest in high-tech containerized
shipping, in one of the finest all-weather ports in
the world -- the Port of Long Beach.  You know what
they always say about hard-working sailors -- they
never have enough calories to burn.

So, here is the Modest Proposal -- Second Edition:

The august Council of the City of Long Beach should
be duly petitioned for appropriate extensions to
its municipal restaurant codes, thereby permitting
fetus components to begin appearing on all menus of
restaurants designated for delicacy products and
services.  Said menus will also indicate, in writing,
how said components have been prepared -- fried,
baked, grilled, or energized by microwave induction.

The Clerk of the August Council of the City of Long Beach
shall issue the appropriate authorization(s) forthwith.

Sincerely yours,

/s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell

Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.
Counselor at Law, Federal Witness
and Private Attorney General

email:   supremelawfirm@yahoo.com

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