by Conor Clarke

This has been my second time guestblogging on the Dish, and it did not disappoint. I probably got more angry emails this time than last time. But I don't mind, and it seems to me that the great thing about blogging -- especially here -- is the opportunity to have one's idiotic beliefs whipped painfully into shape by a large, intelligent and responsive audience. So, thanks.

A quick and shameless plug: I hope some of you join me over at my own Atlantic blog, which I'll be writing for the next few weeks, until graduate school intervenes. (And maybe after, if grad school is boring.) I will further add that my own blog has a comment section. Why settle for writing a mean email, when you can leave a mean comment? Or both?

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