Inspired by the popular children's books, Where's Waldo?, I have created my own socio-political version called Where's The Outrage?
Confronted with a mob of faces featuring emotional states ranging from total apathy to apoplectic anger, readers are invited to locate the face exhibiting the outrage.
I've even included a red herring by having the most docile face wear a Che Guevara t-shirt, multicolored wooly hat and a lip piercing.
Is this docile face a typical left-wing student, and if so why aren't they outraged? Or perhaps he or she is just high on drugs and therefore too spaced-out for self-righteous indignation? I feel such pictorial conundrums will test the cognitive abilities of most children to the limit.
After all, I have enough difficulty reading the expressions of the Free Tibet demonstrators who take up so much of the sidewalk in the city squares. I can never be sure whether they are profoundly smug or merely experiencing gastric problems caused by drinking too much butter tea.
Anyway, remember to order a copy of Where's The Outrage? for the small person in your life today. Ask for it by name at your local bookstore. Although, of course, you probably don't have a local bookstore these days, do you? Now that's where the true outrage lies.