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Contrarianism: Alive and Well

By Matthew Yglesias on October 21, 2009 at 12:59 pm

"Contrarianism: Alive and Well"

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The Economist wondered the other day if the negative reaction to SuperFreakonomics represented the end of contrarianism as a popular journalistic trope. The answer, it seems, is no. Slate is doubling-down on contrarianism by offering the case for Creed. This is ridiculous. Creed is a good band like solar panels are black. Your memory is correct. Absolutely everything about this is terrible:

I bet al-Qaeda plays this to recruits in order to whip them into an anti-Christian fervor.

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