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The funniest thing about According to Jim is that network executives think it's worth broadcasting. Talk about satire on reality...

Yglesias really needs some real-world experience. Maybe a job which doesn't involve nothing but expressing every damn thing he thinks.

That's odd: I'd always thought a little less testosterone in the political arena would be a good thing.

Having accepted (because it seems right, but I could be wrong) that men and women in the United States (and probably other places, but my experience is somewhat limited on that front) are socialized differently, I'd always thought that the world would be a better place if women primarily ran things.

I don't intend my comment to be an endorsement of sexism. I'm only saying that in my experience, men and women are socialized differently. And perhaps I'm adding that that causes me to believe that the political system would be less injurious if women predominated. (Although, of course, if "testosterone-poisoned" women went into politics and the "women who are socialized differently than men" did not, I suppose that hypothesis would not hold.)

Of course, ideally, we would just find a way for men to overcome their testosterone poisoning.

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