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A Stroll Around the Blogosphere
Sometime over the past few months, my blog reading has declined. A side-effect is that recently I haven't had many links to other blogs, and haven't discussed articles I've read on other blogs. Let's take a stroll around the blogosphere and see what we find.
Micha is writing a speech about cannibalism, and in one of those gems that makes me almost wish I had comments on my blog, he got the following comment from "Chris":
In older taboo news, Steve Chapman argues cousins should be allowed to marry. I found it highly persuasive.
Speaking of marriage, Bryan is writing about marrying for money:
Aye, but what about the transaction costs?
George Reisman tells the truth about unions. Apropos nothing in particular, I think his theory of aggregate profit and his Aristotelian basis for national income accounting are extremely valuable.
If you're in the mood to snicker, Don catches Krugman complaining about a problem that Krugman would make worse.
North Korea is getting desperate. This is an opportunity. Thank you, Bush, for not giving in to two-party talks. Here's hoping the six-party talks can make progress now that North Korea knows there's no alternative to them.
And tonight's good-night story is from Fafnir, twisting a parable.