Last Week's Top 5 Hits at Reason.com

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Here are the top five most popular articles that ran at Reason.com between June 22 and June 26. Read them once more or for the first time:

I, Toaster: A British artist inadvertently brings Leonard Read's classic essay "I, Pencil" to life, by Radley Balko (6/24)

Drug Decriminalization in Portugal, by Nick Gillespie (6/22)

Cigarette Control and Thought Control: Reasons to beware the new tobacco regulation bill, by Steve Chapman (6/22)

The Soundtrack to Your Life: Celebrating 30 years of the Sony Walkman, by Greg Beato (6/23)

Stripping Away Free Expression: A Pennsylvania town tries—and fails—to ban a form of exercise, by Shawn Macomber (6/26)

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  1. What does it say when you feel compelled to run a rebuttal to your most popular post?

  2. It says that maybe you shouldn’t be running autofellatious Top Five lists, Warren.

  3. What does it say when you feel compelled to run a rebuttal to your most popular post?

    That Radley is fair-minded and willing to run a response from the subject of a post?

    That Radley is laughing his ass off that the subject of the post wrote a rebuttal that clearly demonstrates that he (the subject, not Radley) is a self-regarding twat?

  4. That Radley is fair-minded and willing to run a response from the subject of a post?

    That Radley is laughing his ass off that the subject of the post wrote a rebuttal that clearly demonstrates that he (the subject, not Radley) is a self-regarding twat?

    Put quite well.

    Still no insight into the methods used to deduce what is and what is not a “hit.” Is the prize a ceremonial blow up sheep?

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