"What I tell you three times is true."
And it's a great time to jump in, because the last half of the book is juicy. First we're going to see Megan go full metal wingnut for twenty pages. After that she takes a big long shit on the unemployed while patting herself on the back. Then after that, she makes what's probably her fifth or sixth worst argument ever. It's awesome.
Isn't she incredible? I keep coming back because I can't believe anyone can be that blatantly corrupt and inept.
When corruption and ineptitude pays this well there is no incentive to stop. Assuming you're a hollow shell of a person and can live with yourself for promoting her vile agenda.
Considering ArgleBargle doesn't know the difference between Failure and Bad Luck, oh hell.... "The Mozart of failure" my ass. Mozart died in poverty (they say). So, was he a failure? Ish.
I'm looking at the links. Andy's your son, right?
Hey, when someone else has done so much of the legwork, I'm not above stealing. I'm also cribbing from the RationalWiki article on McArdle, although that's mostly me stealing from myself.I think my favorite item in that list o' links was the one that didn't show up on this blog, though. That mac & cheese analogy (Mac & cheese takes longer to make than I assume, therefore the Lancet was making up that Iraqi household survey) is simply amazing coming from someone who's now arguing that success comes from gracefully admitting when you're wrong.
For someone who promotes Failure as an opportunity to profit and learn, she does put a lot of effort into curating her twaddle feed to remove the evidence of blunders. But how will she learn from them then?
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