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:: posted by buermann @ 2008-08-04 13:34:48 CST | link


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      Some researchers claim that wingnut intellectuals can read Bill Kauffman and find support for a Wilsonian program of invading foreign nations and replacing them with mega-malls named in honor of Daniel Patrick Moynihan. Clearly there's a high sulfur problem with emissions from the right wingnut collectivist mind, not to mention its freakish ability to be simultaneously viscous and impenetrably dense, when it's not in the proactively gaseous state.

      My wingnut friend, George Armstrong Pooter, author of "Reclaiming Custer: Feminism's Unsung Hero", says we could power our cities by exercising our will to power. Why don't we hear more about that on your biased liberal blog?!

    posted by Zomg @ 2008-08-05 08:48:52 | link

      I've performed a back of the envelope calculation on a cocktail napkin that demonstrates that the diffusion effects of brain flatulence is fueling a collapse of the power distribution in the country to a coefficient approaching 1, thus demonstrating Pooter's point, albeit with negative causality. You can perform the same calculation at home by drawing a vertical line down a scrap of paper and showing it off to your friends.

    posted by buermann @ 2008-08-05 17:24:43 | link

      Brenda is amazing. She was one of my favorite commenters when MaxSpeak sailed the blogging seas. It's nice to see her got some page space on a pretty good econ blog.

    posted by Zomg @ 2008-08-06 20:15:21 | link




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