It’s worth noting that Der Spiegel has a circulation in Germany of 1.1 million, which is equivalent to a magazine like Time or Newsweek selling more than 4 million copies a week. And yet it still happily publishes long profiles of Jurgen Habermas, dropping names like Baudrillard and Sloterdijk like you’re meant to know who they are. (Which, you are.)
Also, occasionally, the ladyfolk.
“All Occupation Is Local: Policing Policy and the Protests”
And I’m out.
It is time to carefully read Charles Pierce.