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Top of the Pops: I Hear America Reading

Right now on Amazon these three titles pretty much sum up the major political predilections of America. I’m reading Number 2 and I could have written number 3. As for Number 1, I’m hoping to meet Michael Wolff so I can turn him into compost.

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  • Terry February 23, 2018, 7:53 AM

    #2 Jordan Peterson is a giant plus to the human race. It is difficult for me to fathom that he is a Canadian.

    #3 I have not read the book but will do so. The title is a description of what I am.

  • Rob De Witt February 23, 2018, 9:39 AM

    I just got Peterson’s book as a Valentine’s Day gift – and anybody our age who’s been through “feminism,” multiple divorces, the loss of children, breakdowns and The Age of Obama learned about not giving a fuck loooong ago.

    Still here.

  • Ten February 23, 2018, 1:19 PM

    #1, Utter delusion, the national pastime.

    #2, Traditional reason, the national squandering.

    #3, Apathy, the national undercurrent.

    #4 is probably an advisory on not playing in freeways in order to remain living.

    Give a nation everything and then watch it throw it all away.

  • Eskyman February 24, 2018, 3:07 PM

    I now have Jordan Peterson’s book; I’ve only just begun it, but it’s already blowing my mind. Powerful, well-written, and to the point.

    The first book I don’t need to buy, it’s been read almost cover to cover, on-air, by CNN & MSNBC, where it has replaced the Bible. The third book I’ve already pretty well mastered.

    Highly recommended: this conversation between Peterson and Camille Paglia. It made me feel like I’ve sipped through a very small straw at a Niagra of knowledge, and is far too short. If anyone could forbid Paglia from saying the word “okay,” though- she would be unable to speak! See if I’m wrong:


  • Thud February 25, 2018, 9:26 AM

    An admirable ambition, he would make good compost.