Still a big fan.
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“This is a Halloween prank, right?”
“It’s adorable when @mattyglesias calls other people dumb.”
Credit Glenn Reynolds for crafting the perfect response.
“OMG, make it stop. My sides.”
When you’re a liberal, it’s always — always — the cops’ fault.
Voxsplain this one.
“There’s smart, then there’s Voxsmart.”
“Resolved: @mattyglesias is the George Costanza of online content editors.”
“Envy is not a good way to run a country.”
Laying down the marker for stupidity.
‘If Iraq were a hotdog, would you eat it?’ Matt Yglesias wants to talk Iraq, tweeters pick his brain
“Is the white privilege in Iraq as bad as in America?”
Poor Matt opened himself up to yet another Twitter pantsing.
What a tool.
‘Awesome lying’: Matt Yglesias’ hack-tastic debt tutorial and claim US ‘can’t run out of money’ shredded
Laying down another marker
‘Go Obamacare!’ Matt Yglesias joins desperate Dem spin of Florida election loss; Nick Searcy destroys
Dems’ argument that everybody would love Obamacare dismantled
“Suit brought to you by G.E.”
“Dividends are evil”
This is not only still funny, but even funnier after another day has brought another Obamacare delay: .@mattyglesias Never gets old: pic.twitter.com/HuD3eN13SZ — Steve K (@stephenkruiser) February 11, 2014 We’re going to lay down the marker: That tweet is like Caddyshack, because no matter how many times we see it we laugh just as hard.
Twitchy favorite @exjon makes us laugh quite often, but it turns out that the folks at Visa don’t quite get his style of humor. Dear @Visa, A Harvard-grad economics blogger just told me that accumulated debt basically never matters. Please stop sending me bills. #thx — jon gabriel (@exjon) February 3, 2014 @exjon Jon. All […]
So, are you?
Somewhere, Hayek is rolling over in his grave.
Slate’s economics blogger, Matt Yglesias, shared a money-saving idea for Amazon shoppers that he uses. Yglesias advises online shoppers to sign up for a program called “Amazon Mom” (even if you’re a man with no kids), create a fake baby name, birth date, etc., and enjoy the savings. What other shopping pointers might Yglesias have? […]