Tag Archives: Paul Krugman

Before I forget…

The first time I couldn’t remember a name I was, perhaps, in my 30s. (It was a while ago; I don’t remember the year. Or my age.) I was at the Met for a performance of Tosca. It was an … Continue reading

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“What’s The Matter With Miami?”

Which is the title of Paul Krugman’s column in today‘s New York Times. As always, after reading the piece I went to the readers’ comments to see how my fellow readers were reacting. The majority of them listed everything wrong … Continue reading

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The superlative wit of Paul Krugman

Yesterday in the Times, Paul Krugman discussed a Not-So-Great Replacement: Elon Musk’s ad hoc (and ad lib) name change from Twitter, a terrific name, to X, a huh? name. In the course of Krugman’s ruminations, he used a brand new … Continue reading

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