Oh, this was a treat.
While conducting research for my book about Thomas Friedman, I had the pleasure of reading 17 years’ worth of biweekly dispatches from the three-time Pulitzer recipient. For the benefit of those who may lead more fulfilling lives, I’ve composed a brief list of lesser-known Friedmanian insights and policy prescriptions.
6. Massacres of Muslims are a sign of freedom. (You have to read this for yourself.)
9. Karl Marx knew the world was flat. (No kidding.)
10. In addition to being part of a neocon strategy and anti-liberal, the Iraq war was the most radical-liberal revolutionary war the U.S. has ever launched. It had nothing, a little bit and everything to do with oil.
Filed under: Not surprised. Also filed under: Reasons why Friedman should never be consulted for opinion on the Middle East or South Asia, let alone matters of the Muslim world.
Have any of you ever experienced what I call, “asexual heat”?
For me it means, usually during summer, I have a sex drive and want to have casual sex.
It’s a very strange feeling I’m not use to and was hoping some other ace people had a similar experience?
I can tell you my love for you will still be strong
After the boys of summer have gone