After a long weekend of nothing, Megan McArdle bursts forth with a flurry of more nothing.
McArdle berates Israel for attacking a ship carrying humanitarian aid to Gaza. Her commenters berate her for caring about terrorizing terrorists with terrible, swift swords, because nothing should stand in the way of God's Chosen getting their war on.
There is also something about tickets to a sports game. McArdle's point seems to be that if people think something will sell, they will sell it. We are astonished by her perspicacity.
Finally, McArdle gets around to economics. She states that things will happen, but she is not sure what, when, where, or by whom. We are grateful that there is nothing to refute, as we have a long list of errands to run and the natives (home from school) are getting restless.
Tuesday, June 1, 2010
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"storm clouds on the horizon" in the last one.
and she gets paid.
There was a point to the Marlins post?
Sh*t, I can be an economics blogger like that:
"Down at the Jersey Shore this weekend, they were selling copies of Pokemon cards."
See; markets in everything.
McArdle berates Israel for attacking a ship carrying humanitarian aid to Gaza.
Well that one coulda been way worse, but, um, not exactly any insights to be had...
She has a fine grasp of the obvious.
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