I've quoted the other 1920s Minnesota boy before:
Advertising is a racket, like the movies and the brokerage business. You cannot be honest without admitting that its constructive contribution to humanity is exactly minus zero.—F. Scott FitzgeraldFortune cookie writing, is a limited market. Few pearls are found in those shells. I have discussed this before. I thought it was done, and it would still be funny, although some supposedly object, for a cookie message to have a preamble: 'Confucius says'. Recently, i found this beauty supra. Generally, the tendency is to blandness, and not toward edginess. I requested for my three readers to send me a good message. I am still waiting.
Some people find little difference between the cookie, and paper. Of course, there are many delightful cookies. After last Sunday's Mass, there was a Polish cookie table in the gym. On the drive home, i heard Peter Sagal say he liked cookies, and suggested someone in a Kansas City cookie store to send him one; but fortune cookies are slight.