#rsrh QotD, Krugman Being… Krugman edition.

It’s always entertaining to watch somebody like Paul Krugman demonstrate that he does not, in fact, know how to regulate his own comments section:

I’m not going to allow comments on this post, for obvious reasons.

I believe that the technical term for this is ‘epistemic closure.’

Via Hot Air Headlines.

Moe Lane

PS: I had more – mostly some technical observations on the proper way to regulate one’s comments section, coupled with a fully-justified sneer or two towards Lefty antiwar projector-types like Krugman – but, really, the better thing to do is not dwell on those poor unfortunates and instead offer up a prayer or two for the lost, and their loved ones.

9 thoughts on “#rsrh QotD, Krugman Being… Krugman edition.”

  1. Wasn’t this the same Krugman who wanted the government to spend billions of dollars to prepare for an alien invasion in order to rebuild the economy? I would have thought he’d be more…appreciative.

  2. This is coming from the same guy that figured all of that death and destruction would be a boon for the economy, and actually put that “thought” in print.

  3. What I don’t understand, is that they have a Democrat in the White House who killed OBL and they still can’t seem to bring themselves to capitalize on even that fact.

  4. Krugman. The Capering, Gibbering, Fool for the Left has managed to Finally outdo himself. That is all I’ll say on the matter. He does Work for His Money though, doesn’t He?

  5. I suppose there’s easier ways of saying “I warned you about the aliens because they’re here and they replaced my brain with cheese,” but I think Krugman did alright considering his obviously limited mental resources. You know; his brain being made of cheese and all that.

    Still, he must have made someone angry, really really angry, if they’re letting him keep his job. It’s hard to hide your own weapons-grade stupidity when you have a newspaper column.

  6. It all depends on how recent the cheezifying event was. Honestly, can we even say that it was recent? What’s the over/ under? Within this century? Within the last 20 years?

    I’m not really up on my Krugman; has he ever shown evidence that his head isn’t filled with cheese? Perhaps it happened when he was a small, angry, and delusional lad. Perhaps I’m giving him far more credit than he deserves.

  7. I believe that the technical term for this is ‘epistemic closure.’
    No, the technical term for this is “rectocranial impaction.”

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