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October 22, 2007



I continue to read what you write, because it's invariably interesting. Lately, I haven't posted at least partially because I've been moving in the evenings and working seven days a week. I know I've also been meaning to talk to Tom, but free time always seems to arrive too late.

In any case, I expect said interest to persist in whatever direction you take the blog, whether I find occasion to comment or not.

Joyless Moralist

I read the majority of what you write, Nathan. I don't comment on the economics ones since I just don't know enough about it to have anything useful to add. The same is often true for politics, and I don't comment on immigration since, as you know, I don't see eye to eye with you on that (not that I have firmly fixed ideas of what ought to be done about it, but I basically reject the premises on which *your* positions are based. But you already know that.) I comment on philosophy and religion posts since I have more relevant background there. That doesn't mean, however, that I want you to stop posting about subjects on which I'm not knowledgable -- if I don't have anything to contribute, chances are I learned something just by reading.

Afraid this isn't very helpful to you, since you wanted more direction on what you should be posting. But the bottom line is that it's all good to me.


It might be worth considering having a community blog. It would be interesting to see what kinds of things the readers of this blog would decide to write about.

Nathan Smith

Not a bad idea if people are up for it. Also, now that I'm at GMU, I might try to plug into the GMU blog network a bit more. Maybe if we get a lot of action going here we could get my old buddy Max Borders to join a team too... Food for thought...

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