The Lord loves a working man, don’t trust whitey, see a doctor and get rid of it.

Matthew Yglesias is a funny guy. He reminds me of a smart, amusing, and very serious 4-year old; you know, a 4-year old saying serious things to adults. So cute.


  1. e julius d'storme
    Posted August 10, 2009 at 12:37 pm | Permalink

    I mangled my screen name so it would fit. (e julius drivingstorm won’t fit when posting comments.)

    I appreciate your choosing large type. But the task of reading wide-margin scrip is still akin to refereeing a tennis match and I fear if paragraphs run six or eight lines deep John McEnroe would have been better off playing golf. I’ll skip a line here to address your post.

    Exasperation all around. Through Matt’s link, Clark’s ending paragraph says something like “from each according to his ability, to each according to his needs.” Notice I say ‘ending’, not ‘concluding’ paragraph. Matt, who rides his bicycle, wants our streets to be as clean as Helsinki’s. Since he would appreciate clean streets beyond necessity, he accords dignity to the unskilled workers who would put their hearts into the effort. He wants to know why shouldn’t the rich pay higher taxes so everyone can enjoy clean streets in the neighborhood just as the rich hire privately to keep their own grounds clean. He seems to imply that there’s more to inequality than mere wage gap. So, basically what we have here is e julius drivingstorm giving a half-baked comment about Matt’s not so informative intro and reaction to Clark’s idle equation of Marxism-by-default induced by Abb1’s deceptively suedo-intended ad hominem which turns out to be anything but-only so the aforementioned commenter can see how a long drawn-out sentence and paragraph would appear under your new template.

  2. Posted August 10, 2009 at 10:16 pm | Permalink

    It’s not just that post. Almost every one of his posts reminds me of a very serious toddler approaching things in a very logical way.

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