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Glass ceiling « The Rev. Brendan Powell Smith

Glass ceiling

Tuesday, September 24th, 2002 - 4:02 pm PDT

For the fourth time in as many days, Rev. Smith whacked his head on the glass ceiling of his apartment. “Dammit!” shouted Smith, rubbing his head. “I knew I should have installed these things higher.” Smith installed the transparent ceilings throughout his apartment last week, thinking it would be a cool way to display things overhead. “I thought it might be a cool to way to show off my Jones Soda collection or all my old Star Wars figures,” said Smith, “but instead I just keep whacking my head into it.”