If you’re one of the three people who remembers this here blog from its hay-day, you have once in a blue moon checked out the New York Times op-ed page. You probably recognize the names of the columnists, who every day spout the most conventionally wise of the conventional wisdom. This is a feature that is dedicated to these folks, highlighting one line that is either funny, ridiculous, strange, or actually intelligent or well-written.
Today’s is from Roger “Copacabana” Cohen, who in his column today, “The Egyptian Disaster,” does his part to save the Egyptian economy:
I went for a camel ride out of pity for the many camel owners doing zero business.
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