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I’ve been out of town for the past several days and haven’t had a chance to check in, so here are a few quick thoughts, in no particular order:

I imagine that the UK terror attacks are causing Gordon Brown to wonder what he’s gotten himself into. Would you want to be the freshly-minted Prime Minister this weekend?

“Why Don’t You Get a Job” is a great song, and now that I know that Matt Yglesias hates it I love it even more.

Isn’t Andrew Sullivan’s obsessive crusade against circumcision starting to veer alarmingly close to anti-Semitism? This post, if taken seriously, is absolutely toxic.

Shawn is right: What Mitt Romney did to that dog was very, very wrong. (For the record, Gatsby generally spends car rides in a passenger’s lap.)

Sometimes I think that marijuana would be legal by now if it weren’t for hippies.

Oh yeah: I had a Brainwash column the other day, covering Sam Brownback’s immigration reform posturing, the just-ended SCOTUS term, and a welcome setback for advocates of a revived Fairness Doctrine.

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