But what if I really, truly don't like green eggs and ham?

Even after Sam-I-Am persuades me to try them?

On the other hand, can we learn something from this book about selling science? Evolution? Are our anti-Creationist tactics, for instance, better or worse than Sam's? Or is his strategy inappropriate for this topic?

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Brilliant analysis!!!

(the only thing he missed is that ol' Ted was an ad man, probably not true that he wrote in those themes "without realizing it")

By DrugMonkey (not verified) on 06 Dec 2008 #permalink

I understand that a salesman might not see this, but SamIam always seemed a bit of a creepy stalker type to me.