O’Rourke is back and he’s taking on social discourse. I’ve never understood how any man can be this funny. Here’s just the first few sentences:
Last year, on a long car trip, I was listening to Rush Limbaugh shout. I usually agree with Rush Limbaugh; therefore I usually don’t listen to him. I listen to NPR: “World to end—poor and minorities hardest hit.” I like to argue with the radio. Of course, if I had kept listening to Limbaugh, whose OxyContin addiction was about to be revealed, I could have argued with him about drugs. I don’t think drugs are bad. I used to be a hippie. I think drugs are fun. Now I’m a conservative. I think fun is bad.
You can read the whole thing here: The Atlantic | July/August 2004 | I Agree with Me | O’Rourke
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