I was laughing about Klahn echoing Krugman. He agrees, and
quibbles about the timing of his post. I don't care if it
Which is a lie. I refuted his claim I took two weeks.
Once again Bobzo calls a true statement a "lie." You might
think that he is being loose with his word choice, but he
might also be trying to pretend that he does not know what
the word "lie" means. He has done so in the past.
I indicated when Krugman's column came out. I indicated
when Bobzo echoed it into Fidonet. He misuses the word
"lie" AND the word "refuted" AS WELL.
This is hilarious! I point out that Klahn blindly echoed
Krugman's column (without understanding the substance and
without any reference to Krugman). And Klahn's "response"
You echoed the column, blindly, which has nothing to do
with "a direct quote." I suppose that, in your mind,
An echo is a direct repetition.
Now he's just trying to be boring: "a close parallel or
repetition of an idea, feeling, style, or event"
someone doing a simple google search would not find the
"inspiration" for your post, as long as you, for example,
change the word "avatar" to "icon." Interesting strategy,
but it failed.
You are too stupid to realize, I did not care one bit about the
words "avatar" or "icon". Nor would the word "avatar" lead them
to the column.
And now he is just faking ignorance of basic searching. If
he had copied the phrase "avatar of conservative economics"
directly from the original, a Google search would have lead
right to the source of his post. So he alters the wording
to "conservative icon for economics" when passing off
Krugman's idea as his own.
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