SLOKUM DIES FRIDAY For A Better Tomorrow

I got Adam Levin to sign my copy of The Instructions while I was at AWP last week. When he signed, he also wrote: SLOKUM DIES FRIDAY. Now, I know this is a reference to the book, but I started wondering if this pearl of wisdom might not have greater applicability.

For example, have you admitted SLOKUM DIES FRIDAY into your heart? Have you accepted SLOKUM DIES FRIDAY as your personal savior? If SLOKUM DIES FRIDAY came tomorrow, would you be prepared?

Further, have you ever considered the many advantages of owning a truly fine set of SLOKUM DIES FRIDAY? A truly fine set of SLOKUM DIES FRIDAY may be vital in preparing your children for participation in the global community. You don’t want your children to be ill-prepared for life, do you?

Moreover, SLOKUM DIES FRIDAY will never rust. SLOKUM DIES FRIDAY will never wear out despite extended use. SLOKUM DIES FRIDAY will not shrink, fade, expire, and/or become radioactive in milk. SLOKUM DIES FRIDAY is truly the SLOKUM DIES FRIDAY of tomorrow.

I guess I’m just saying that people should think a little more deeply about SLOKUM DIES FRIDAY  than just dismissing it as a reference to The Instructions. It is so much more. It’s hip, it’s now, it’s SLOKUM DIES FRIDAY.

About David S. Atkinson

David S. Atkinson enjoys typing about himself in the third person, although he does not generally enjoy speaking in such a fashion. However, he is concerned about the Kierkegaard quote "Once you label me you negate me." He worries that if he attempts to define himself he will, in fact, nullify his existence...
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