Missing Link missing again

While some members of the Missing Link team have subscribed their selections and others have done so partially, others (where are you arts people?) haven’t done so at all. They’re no doubt as flat out as I am with work commitments. In my case it’s finishing exam and essay marking by a strict deadline of COB today. Thus I don’t have time time to supplement team efforts to get today’s edition into a publishable form. Hence no ML again today. With any sort of luck we should be able to return to a more normal format tomorrow (although I’ll be away conferencing next week, so we’ll probably miss a few days then too). Apologies.

About Ken Parish

Ken Parish is a legal academic, with research areas in public law (constitutional and administrative law), civil procedure and teaching & learning theory and practice. He has been a legal academic for almost 20 years. Before that he ran a legal practice in Darwin for 15 years and was a Member of the NT Legislative Assembly for almost 4 years in the early 1990s.
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gilmae
13 years ago

COB Friday, actually. Last friday.

Liam (Bring Back Punster Paxton)
Liam (Bring Back Punster Paxton)
13 years ago

I demand a refund.

Jason Soon
Jason Soon
13 years ago

Liam, time to drop the moniker. Punster Paxton is back.

Liam (Who Is Michael Kalecki When He's At Home?)
Liam (Who Is Michael Kalecki When He's At Home?)
13 years ago

You’re right Jase. I blame the field that recalls the last smartarse thing you put in there.

Geoff Honnor
Geoff Honnor
13 years ago

“Who Is Michael Kalecki When He’s At Home?”

It’s actually Michal Kalecki – a deceased Polish economist who Homer is channelling because Dave Ricardo has already been taken and Maynard Keynes was gay.

Liam (Bring Me The Head Of B
Liam (Bring Me The Head Of B
13 years ago

Informative as ever, Geoff. Perhaps we should all go by the names of dead economists once in a while?
I bags Proudhon. But to possess, not to own.

JC
JC
13 years ago

Very Funny, Geoff.

Over at Catallaxy Homer’s been as busy as a rat on a turn wheel defending German economics during the Nazi period. True.

Francis Xavier Holden
13 years ago

So Proudhorn is taken by Liam.

Niall
13 years ago

No wonder I had such a shit day……no ML!

TimT
13 years ago

Missing link missing again

At least it makes for good headlines.

Ken, when ML rolls around tomorrow, I dare you to give this prominent linkage! Should provide you with a bit of ‘Snark/Strangeness/Charm’ filler, anyway.