Semiconductors

1925–1926

Jackson: Global shortage in computerized potato
chips!!! One pringle, dude!, more pricey than
one Pringles tube filled with a stack of silver coins!!!

Johnson: Online lemon juice vendors’ doors
getting slammed!!! Beware the short squeeze!!!

Jimson: Not a sliver of silver!!! Golden (supply) chain
(of three-ply kitchen towels) the biggest challenge!!!

(Three guardian messengers uninsulated
Brian’s brain from Brian’s ears vibrating
‘Mix dirty rainwater with dry Harvard Business Review.’)

SEMICONDUCTORS CONVEYING SEMIGODS:
BETTER GLOBAL SHORTAGE THAN SHORT CIRCUIT.
CARD DECK SHY OF A FULL DECK NOW
COSTS MORE THAN A DOUBLE DECK.
(The capacity of Brian’s brain to conduct electricity was
where rubber met asphalt met the stenciled additions.)
J’SONS NOW RELYING ON BRIAN NOT LEAVING THE PRINT
EDITION OF The Wall Street Journal INVULNERABLE.