Yes, it has come to this

by Walter Olson on August 31, 2011

You can “like” me on Facebook. Thanks to Cato’s Zach Graves for setting it up.


1 Bumper 08.31.11 at 2:50 am

Another one bites the dust!

2 Doug 08.31.11 at 9:26 am

i did.

3 Ron Miller 08.31.11 at 10:28 am

For the record, you are pathetic.

(Off the record, what took you so long?)

4 E-Bell 08.31.11 at 10:31 am

Got tired of internet followers trying to “friend” you, huh?

5 No Name Guy 08.31.11 at 11:14 am

What about the “Overlawyered” FB page? “liked” it long ago and nadda.

6 Tim of Angle 08.31.11 at 12:48 pm

But what if we _don’t_ like you?

7 Walter Olson 08.31.11 at 1:17 pm

>But what if we _don’t_ like you?


8 Walter Olson 08.31.11 at 1:19 pm

>What about the “Overlawyered” FB page? “liked” it long ago and nada.

Never figured out how to post to it. Fortunately, Cato people have better Facebook skills than I do.

9 NMissC (Tom Freeland) 08.31.11 at 5:29 pm

Is being liked what you want from your audience?

I’ve twice today wondered why a computer algorithm concludes that “Yale Political Union Debate” is a related post, and I’m at a complete loss.

10 Bob Lipton 08.31.11 at 6:01 pm

Isn’t “facebook skill” an oxymoron?


11 Samson 09.01.11 at 1:27 pm

OK, I like you. But that doesn’t mean we’re gonna date or anything.

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