Tuesday, July 06, 2004

clever commentary

You gotta love the Economist: erudite, and witty as can be. Take for example their article on business education. Writes the Economist, "even if [Harvard Business School] taught students nothing, they would still be buying the finest job marketing imaginable." And on the swing state of Minnesota, "the evangelical influence is still much fainter than in, say, Texas; Minnesota Christians, with their Lutheran cast, devote their energy to social justice in the third world rather than dreaming up new ways to punish the wicket at home.

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