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  • Full of woe, pain, or misery.


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  • Almost every couple of sentences this guy spews out are filled with misunderstandings of others positions, failures to grasp basic facts of reality, pointing out problems for which there are already solutions in the market as if he was the first to notice, failure to understand economics, pineful wishes for government intervention, and on andon.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Do Markets Give Us Too Many Choices?


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