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heck, I spent my first dozen years living in a project.

but, yeah, I do, thx.

You got a project? Frog needs a project, even if it's just doing the next fifteen minutes better than the last fifteen.

thanks, bob

things have been a bit rough and I've been at a loss.

Yeah, definitely congrats. Hope things are good on the lily pad. You should hop on by more.

Sheez, we couldn't even manage that! Congrats on having a noble prize piece winner in the family. Guess you coulda done worse.

no, we're not. we were mainly not trying not to mention the tadpole's getting a piece of a Pulitzer.


Occasionally FOS is pretty good compared to the average, but we're not here to praise or bury Chait, are we?

people who have actually worked with Chait might agree with the contention that he's occasionally FOS.

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Not sure H quite qualified as a Nazi "bureaucrat," but there are very few who don't in some way hold his Nazi collaboration against him, and even fewer who will admit it. As for the theory on economic policies, it would be that in America there are no truly "race neutral economic policies." To re-phrase my argument, the problem for a liberalism that sought to embrace that theory is that if everything is race, then race itself is neutralized except practically as a principle of dissolution of the liberal-democratic state or end of the liberal project.

So Heidegger, being a nazi bureaucrat cannot be held against him, but race neutral economic policies are themselves racial, nice hat trick.

Charlie Rangel, the fellow who failed to declare a million dollars in taxes from properties in the Dominican Republic,

So, what does it say that under the first African American president, black unemployment is at legendary levels, as the fact
that the same administration, displays the same wage gap, among female employees they presume to detect in the wider community,

this evil iteration of Candide, is very silly.