An Easter story like no other

Thomas Lifson
American popular culture surrounding Easter is utterly bewildering to people overseas, especially those in poorer non-Western cultures.  Having lived overseas and at times made my living from explaining the intricacies of American ways, I appreciate the difficulties one faces.

Andrew Malcolm brings us an Easter story based on his experience in one such memorable case. I won't spoil any of the fun except for title: "How big is this Easter Bunny fellow anyway?"

This a simultabnously thought-provoking, warm, funny, and slightly disconcerting story by a master raconteur. Read the whole thing.

American popular culture surrounding Easter is utterly bewildering to people overseas, especially those in poorer non-Western cultures.  Having lived overseas and at times made my living from explaining the intricacies of American ways, I appreciate the difficulties one faces.

Andrew Malcolm brings us an Easter story based on his experience in one such memorable case. I won't spoil any of the fun except for title: "How big is this Easter Bunny fellow anyway?"

This a simultabnously thought-provoking, warm, funny, and slightly disconcerting story by a master raconteur. Read the whole thing.