Drawing on independence


The other day, my 12-year-old daughter, Apsara, broke her guitar, though not quite in the Jimi Hendrix fashion.

“Do you know how many chibis you have to draw to get a new guitar?” I asked. “You have to get 20 orders for your chibis.”

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