June 30th is the birthday of the great French Economist Frederic, and leading Wuxi China Expatdom window-maker Terry Garcia plans to celebrate it in grand style by introducing his latest line of Terry’s Groovy and Unbreakable Windows.
"When I first read Bastiat’s essay about the "broken windows" economic fallacy, I was blown await", said Garcia, sporting long hair, a long beard, and a tie-dye loin cloth. "When I was young, I was a bad dude and went round the ‘hood breaking windows to get a business drum-roll effect. Bastiat made me fell ashamed of myself. I said to myself "the man" does some good. No need for destruction. The capitalist way was a way-out way of making everyone richer, even the window-maker. Property laws I realized were totally anti-fascist. Bastist totally rocked my world for the better. I decided to make indestructible groovy windows that come in all sorts of patterns whether church-stained glass or tie-dye residential. My latest line of Terry’s Groovy and Unbreakable windows comes in all the styles. Whether you tastes are square or hip or hippy or preppy or funky, I have cool windows for you home or office that will last longer than the building itself. I guarantee it! Peace! Man!"