In researching a forthcoming post, I stumbled across this remarkable video (wmv) about rural Kenyans who have gotten the rights from the corporation that owns the Simpsons to produce and sell handmade soapstone carvings of characters on the show. They receive $6 for each carving, which they use to support and educate their families. The spokesman from the group is very pleased about the work and the impact it has had on the community.
But then we find that the carvings can be sold in the
[Continued at Citizen Orange]