Look to the canoeists andkayakers. While the jet skiers sit and bend their wrists, people who go by canoe and kayak put their whole bodies into it. They’re pulling through the water with their chests, their backs, their arms, and even using their legs. They’re tight. They’re hard. They’ve got the circulation it takes to really perform.
That seems to be the implicit conclusion of Joseph Tartakovsky, who writes an essay in today’s New York Times giving a belly-slam to people who drop puns… unless they are members of British upper-class society. Tartakovsky drops hoity Brit names like an Anglophile on speed
It’s okay if you have political ideals that most people don’t agree with. If that’s the case, however, as it is with the Greens, it seems best to be honest, and admit to being a minority.