By Philip Garlington
Published: April 5, 2011.
Two recent graduates of a middling state college live in a tent in a public campground. They won't work, getting by on small remittances from their parents. Nothing about the cubicle, or the last, or the oarlock, appeals. They have taken a vow of failure, by Samland standards, and live only for themselves. It's a life of bohemian leisure and low-grade non-criminal hedonism. Also, sedition