Meet Your New Bloggers (Again)

We have two terrific guest bloggers for you for the next two weeks.  


"Tony Comstock" is a pseudonymous erotic filmmaker turned charter boat captain.  His films were an innovative, possibly unique genre: filming actual couples, who talked about their relationships as well as, well, you know.  His boat captaincy is just as innovative; he's put together his own, rather distinctive design for a boat, and built it himself.  He's a longtime correspondent of this blog, and a former guest-blogger for my colleague, Jim Fallows.

Garett Jones is an economist at George Mason University. He's a macroeconomist whose work includes the study of business cycles, and also, the study of why IQ matters more for nations than for individuals.  He's also worked on Capitol Hill.

Be nice to them.  I miss you all.
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Megan McArdle is a columnist at Bloomberg View and a former senior editor at The Atlantic. Her new book is The Up Side of Down.

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