There is a Hundred and Twenty Million People in the New Deal that are like me....I am what you might call unemployed. Of course I do a lot of thinking and that keeps me busy...but in my liesur time it is kind of dull for I and my wife, Mabel, so we need an Interest in life."" And so he writes letters. A plasterer in boom times, he has assimilated all the slogans and dishes them out in his own words. It could be funnier -- the humor runs thin -- but it has its points.