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December 6, 2004

Posner’s Big Adventure

Kieran Healy has some fun at the expense of the new Becker/Posner blog. I’ve gotta say that the first two inaugural posts were a bit underwhelming, even by the sophomoric standards prevalent here at Musings.

But, unlike Kieran, I think these are the real guys, trying desperately to sound hip, like those Fafblog folks. “Glib” is the new “black,” I’m told. It’s certainly what I strive for here at Musings. Who can blame Becker and Posner for trying to do the same?

Posted by distler at December 6, 2004 1:08 AM

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Re: Posner’s Big Adventure

Glib is so five minutes ago.

Snark is where it’s at.

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