May 29, 2006
What the World Needs Now is Google, Sweet Google
A brief 'Aqoul self-referential moment, combined with the ideological exploitation of getting back in touch with my inner non-Lefty. As I write now, the Google Ads to your left offer "Sue the terrorists: US-based attorneys represent Israeli victims in US court" only one ad apart from "Quran Ringtones". Where else but the commercial "capitalist" marketplace do you get these two purveyor/consumer sets literally "on the same page"?
Of course, some credit belongs to 'Aqoul's eclecticism, but that in turn is due to the free-market of ideas, the psychic analogue to the more mundane but essential products and services marketplace.
Keep rotating in them graves, Marx, Lenin, Galbraith!
The views here are strictly my own. Well, and Friedrich Hayek's too but he's dead and might not notice. In any event, they are not to be imputed to any other 'Aqoul contributor, editor, commenter, or troll. (Friedrich Hayek is not be mistaken for Selma Hayek, despite their extraordinary physical resemblance, the main difference being the that Friedrich Hayek's economic thoeries were the antithesis of Leon Trotsky's, while Selma Hayek played the latter's girlfriend, named Frida, in a movie. Economics sure is complex.)
Posted by Matthew Hogan at May 29, 2006 11:43 AM
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Posted by: eerie at May 29, 2006 03:56 PM
From that first Google link...
"The excitement is in tents!"
Matthew, are you sure you don't have a more profitable freelance gig?