Wednesday, October 26, 2011

How This Country Became Great

It's not fair that all the bricks should go to those who made them and fired them. What if you're not suited to brick making? What if clay makes your hands icky and you just don't like it?

In colonial times the Founding Occupiers made sure that wealth was distributed equitably. Every Occupier got at least one brick, though sometimes they were broken. It depended on how far away they were when the brick was thrown.