These ideas pleasing you, they must work somehow.
Today, some friendly ribbing for my libertarian friends, and a little “inside baseball” for those in the Tom Woods School of Life, some of whom have had the (dis?)pleasure of hearing me sing the following, karaoke-style.
I’ve changed the words to “Desperado” by Glenn Frey and Don Henley of The Eagles.
Read it along to this live performance:
Liberado, Why don't you come to your senses? Your rhetor'cal defenses are so worn down. Oh, you're a strange one, but I know you have your reasons. These i-deas pleasing you, They must work somehow. Does the Non-aggression Principle lead to something better, Or do They have to keep on bashing people's heads? You still need to read that Mises tome laid upon your table, Full of words your normie friends will never get. Liberado, Oh you ain't getting younger. Your pain and your hunger are driving you on. And Freedom? Yeah, Freedom! That's our people talking. We're no longer walking through this world all alone. (spoken: Thanks to the Tom Woods School of Life!) Don't you sell your gold before it's time, in this artificially low prime. It's hard to tell the real inflation rate. Hold your Bitcoin through the highs and lows, ain't it funny how the fake news flows away. Liberado, Why don't you come to your senses? Your friends on the fences cannot see their fate. It may be draining, but they are so very near you. You'd better let those normies hear you, (Let those normies hear you), You'd better let those normies hear yo-oo-oo-ou, Before it's too-oo-oo-oo, La-aa-aa-ate.
Notes for normies
Libertarian purism as a single rule, “Thou shalt not initiate force.”
Any thick text by economist Ludwig von Mises, typically Human Action.
Tom Woods School of Life
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