Civil Liberties

Onward and Upward With the Farts


Regarding the curious case of New York Times woe-is-my-mortgage econ writer Edmund L. Andrews, a critic in the Wall Street Journal asks:

When did journalists go soft—and come to believe that their foolishness was something to share with the world?

Good question, Sam Schulman! Also, earlier this week, in the world's most bizarre anti-gay marriage tract, the following sentence was shared with the world by a certain…Sam Schulman!

Few men would ever bother to enter into a romantic heterosexual marriage–much less three, as I have done–were it not for the iron grip of necessity that falls upon us when we are unwise enough to fall in love with a woman other than our mom.

I guess it all depends on the definition of the word "foolishness."

Bonus link, to perpetuate the cycle of violence: Sting singing "Too Much Information" 20 years ago in what appears to be a long black dress.