'Intelligent discontent is the mainspring of civilization.' -- Eugene V. Debs

Friday, May 13, 2005

Good Times, Good Times 

Somebody named Paul Loeb has some essay up on Arianna Huffington's new bloglike entity comparing the so-called nuclear option with the threat of real nukes or something. Anyway, I just wanted to flag Loeb's opening joke:

At the height of the nuclear arms race, those who marched against it used to say that in the ashes of a nuclear war, no one could tell a capitalist from a communist. “Not necessarily,” others would joke, “Richard Perle could tell.”

Now, that's comedy.

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