November 11, 2011
markcoatney:

One of the least-appreciated perks of being David Brooks is that the NYT allows him to lead off his columns with anecdotes that most likely did not happen.

This reminds me of that time that Thomas Friedman was taking a cab in Dubai, and the cabbie, you see, had some very interesting opinions.

markcoatney:

One of the least-appreciated perks of being David Brooks is that the NYT allows him to lead off his columns with anecdotes that most likely did not happen.

This reminds me of that time that Thomas Friedman was taking a cab in Dubai, and the cabbie, you see, had some very interesting opinions.

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    Yes, this could not have happened on so many levels and in so many ways. beatyourwings:
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