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Tuesday, August 10th, 2010

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109 Responses to “Morning Links”

  1. #1 |  Kristen | 

    He’s been posting links over at Reason, so, yeah – WTF? Jonesing HARD.

  2. #2 |  jrb | 

    I’m guessing it’s an experiment. He (or some internet psychologist) wants to see what will happen when we are deprived of blog posts. You know, stuff like withdrawal symptoms and how soon they begin and how soon we get over them (assuming we will). Also, how long does it take to send the comment section into complete chaos?

  3. #3 |  David | 

    How would we tell the difference?

  4. #4 |  Andrew S. | 

    I tell myself I shouldn’t visit here because Radley’s posts never fail to raise my blood pressure. Then I get the shakes when he doesn’t post for two whole days. I think that’s a sign of severe psychological issues.

  5. #5 |  omar | 

    Grab your tire-irons. I hear there’s an internet lynch mob forming to protest the departure of The Agitator.

  6. #6 |  flukebucket | 

    It ain’t a lynching unless you have ROPE!

  7. #7 |  Kristen | 

    I’m discovering that I now have a third addiction – this goddamned blog.* And here I thought I was doing so well!

    *(the other two being cigarettes & laziness)

  8. #8 |  JOR | 

    “That would include soldiers wouldn’t it? They are government employees aren’t they?”

    The harmless envelope-stuffers deserve a chance to try to make an honest living, but these were the guys who signed up to shoot people for the most corrupt criminal organization in the country. Whatever harm the paper shufflers, envelope stuffers, lawyers, and propagandists were able to do was because of the background threat of them being unleashed in force. So just dump them in the ocean or something. (The cops too. Federal enforcers included.)

  9. #9 |  Andrew Williams | 

    Speaking of Steven Slater, found this related ROFL-making story: