Against The Revolution

Marginal Revolution is my least favorite blog.

I hardly ever visit because every time I do, I feel compelled to read every single post in its entirety, follow every link, explore every option, and leave no stone unturned. Each post is a gem in its own right, and I feel like linking to and commenting on each and every post, which is a serious blogging no-no.

Please, Tyler, insert some throw-away posts every now and then so I won't be filled with envy every time I read your blog.

[The word "every" appears seven times in this post. My high school English teacher would not approve.]

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Thanks, Micha, now I'm not

Thanks, Micha, now I'm not going to get anything done this morning.

"every" occurs eight times

"every" occurs eight times in the post (including the one in the brackets).

Sorry, I couldn't stop myself.

[The word “every”

[The word “every” appears seven times in this post. My high school English teacher would not approve.]

It's a good rhetorical device, in this instance.

Hi Micha, Thanks for the

Hi Micha,

Thanks for the link. Particularly interesting was the story on Somalia. I would guess most libertarians assume a bright dare-I-call-it 'utopian' libertarian future will somehow emerge from the United States, maybe somewhere like a seceding New Hampshire micro-state, but I'm not so sure.

Maybe it will emerge, instead, entirely by accident, in somewhere like Somalia, or even a flat-tax eastern european former soviet gulag state.

And this morning I was supposed to be completing my business's quarterly UK Inland Revenue tax returns, and now you've got me reading about nascent anarcho-capitalism in Somalia! :-)

Good work.

Rgds,
AndyD