"Please direct all angry tweets and emails to TLC."
I always do.
Oh hey, does anyone have any plan to respond to gentrification that's not de facto re-segregation? Asking for a friend/neighborhood.
You should read my HBS business plan final project.
He's such a nut! Even when he's right about things, he discusses them in basically unhelpful ways. I don't understand why the other writers at Volokh put up with him.
If you want to make money being an asshole, there's always law school.
oh god, hold me
I like NVC's writing generally, but I kind of agree!
Also, I would have liked the movie to have actually been based on the book in any meaningful sense. Aside from the title and the general globe-trotting approach, I didn't see any connection.
After watching the movie last night, I am reinforced as a slow-zombie partisan! Slow zombies better represent our vague worries about creeping social disintegration and the inevitability of death. I think when used in those ways zombies are a more affecting metaphor than when used as a metaphor for disease.
Maybe it's just that I'm too young to have felt personally affected by the AIDS crisis? Nice to be too young for something, for a change!
I guess my response would be that, if one concludes that something is wrong and that thing is also easily avoided, then it is important to avoid that thing on a consistent basis!
I am unsure what cause you refer to--you and I scarcely seem aligned! But more generally, even if I am an unskilled evangelist generally, it's my experience that people are rarely convinced when an idea's proponent makes a less-than-rigorous at implementing it in his own life.