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On the Fourth of July, William Poundstone—a sort of Edgar Cayce for our time—had this dream:
Everyone was talking about the clever new website that takes Ann Coulter's words and subjects them to the Tom Phillips A Humument treatment — producing random phrases of great wit and poetry.
"In the morning," he writes, "I realized that this idea (though stupid) was easily realized."
Putting dream into action, he has started a new blog, "Ann Coulter: Human Document," where he submits the conservative pundit's column to a Phillipsian process to come up with brave new meanings. Here's a small sample: