Our plastic, ourselves

Our plastic, ourselves

There are 1 comment on the Chicago Tribune story from Dec 28, 2007, titled Our plastic, ourselves. In it, Chicago Tribune reports that:

When Mr. McGuire sidled up to the celluloid Benjamin Braddock 40 years ago in "The Graduate," the advice he parceled out carried the not-so-faint whiff of square, stolid corporate sell-out-speak. "I just want ...

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Staten Island, NY

#1 Dec 28, 2007
Plastic has come to mean synthetic, unreal. Since we identify so much with the plastic in our wallets, have we and our daily interactions with each other, also become synthetic and unreal?


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