To the People

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Friday, August 11, 2006

Around the Horn


**Radley Balko has a mighty substantive response to a critic who finds his stance against the Iraq war to be "philosophical," but not "substantive."

**Sean Lynch rightly calls out TCSDaily's Arnold Kling for suggesting that all Muslims be disarmed. Fellow Catallarchist Brian Doss, though, sides more with Kling. [Warning: Post comments invoke Godwin.]

**Rogier van Bakel notes that air travelers are being forced to peel their bananas. Slate's William Saletan wonders, though, if "somebody capable of hiding an explosive inside a banana peel isn't [just as] capable of hiding it inside the banana".


**Rockstar -- makers of the Grand Theft Auto franchise -- is angling to let gamers re-live high school. No thanks.

**I'm a left-handed male with a high level of education. So what? Well, researchers report this apparently offers me "a significant wage effect" that, sadly, I haven't yet realized.

**Get the 411 on the 37,670 calls a Japanese man placed to directory assistance over a 5-month period.

**This guy is even worse than the public property he so cherishes.