Reader Chris R provides this contribution to riveting bedtime reading, “The Outlook for Chinese Wooden Toilet Seat Production, 2009-2014.” $495, but is any price too high for this sort of drama? There’s even talk of a sequel, “Hong Kong Splinter Groups” but start here, for full character development.
As is always the case with beloved Amazon products, the gold is in the reviews:
This is so weird. My husband and I were just discussing the 2009-2014 outlook for wood toilet seats in greater China the other day. Now today, here I am surfing Amazon and wouldn’t you know it? The 2009-2014 outlook for wood toilet seats in greater China. I am so happy the price seems reasonable. I’m thinking Amazing Anniversary Present!!!!!!
[A]s hypnotic as the I Ching!
This extraordinary analysis, panoramic in scale and of far reaching magnitude, is now finally available to the reader in two significantly useful and highly desirable formats: PDF e-download and paperback, 141 pages (Both $495.00,in stock and available with one click ordering).
A current blockbuster best seller and a classic in the making, this analysis is beloved by children as well as adults, scholars as well as arm chair travelers, the constipated as well as those who are decidedly not, and even those who can move their bowels regularly.
In fact, like many great writings, “The 2009-2014 Outlook for Wood Toilet Seats in Greater China” can be appreciated on multiple levels….cultural, political, historic, dramatic, poetic, educational, satiric, humorous and even just plain goofy fun.
Starting with the eternal premise that “The concept of latent demand is rather subtle” the hypnotic story line evolves outward, captivating and fascinating the reader. Soon an overlay of the Eastern philosophical tenet “The average propensity to consume is constant” is introduced and as you can well imagine, all hell breaks loose!
In the end, despite coming to the ultimate and often life altering knowledge that “Product and service offerings, and the actual identity of the players involved, while important for certain issues, are relatively unimportant for estimates of latent demand”, and “….in the long run, households with no income eventually have no consumption”, the reader comes to fundamentally understand that the true nature, the very essence of humankind will, whatever the circumstance, choose a toilet seat over a hole in the ground nine times out of ten.