Ted’s greatest hits

by Henry Farrell on June 3, 2006

Despite his modesty, we’re going to miss Ted hugely; if nothing else, as “Kieran”:https://crookedtimber.org/2004/06/21/crooked-timbers-greatest-hits/ pointed out two years ago, Ted has been responsible for many of our most widely read posts. Among the posts I’ve particularly enjoyed or found thought-provoking over the years are his piece on “MEChA”:https://crookedtimber.org/2003/09/02/stories, and his _National Review_ classics, “Punk the National Review”:https://crookedtimber.org/2004/02/03/punk-the-national-review/ and “Today’s Activities on the National Review Cruise”:https://crookedtimber.org/2003/11/12/todays-activities-on-the-national-review-cruise/. Another Timberite suggests “Please Call Your Senators about Torture Today”:https://crookedtimber.org/2005/10/05/please-call-your-senators-about-torture-today. Others may have other posts (including ones from before Ted joined CT) that they prefer- feel free to mention them in comments.



The Editors 06.03.06 at 8:59 pm

The Party of YES!!!


And the lightbulb joke warehouse is the Fort Knox of Comedy Gold.



P O'Neill 06.03.06 at 9:17 pm

South Park Republican Bingo.

Gandhi and his rabble.

Excellent stuff, still quality linkage.


Aaron 06.03.06 at 10:44 pm


bad Jim 06.04.06 at 1:14 am

He shouldn’t have left. He’d already left before he showed up here, and he was missed then. He will be missed again.

Could someone please beat a little sense into his head, to remind him that people love him, like what he writes? He’s got an audience. So what if he doesn’t feel like writing every day. There’s no deadline here.

Ted: give us what you’ve got, whenever you feel like it.


abb1 06.04.06 at 8:47 am

Something’s wrong with me: every time I read the title of this post I see the word “tits” there.

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