Michael Ian Black On Married Sex and Manhood; David Frum Thinks It Either Is or Isn’t 1992

culture, life, politics

Andrew Sullivan excerpts Michael Ian Black’s very thoughtful (and funny) post about marriage, sex, and what it means to be a man.

David Frum is trying to say “this election is not about the economy, stupid.”  But he starts with this:

 

David, the election will hinge on the economy. And also, you’re not using not correctly. I was 12 in 1992, so you’re going to have to trust me.

One thought on “Michael Ian Black On Married Sex and Manhood; David Frum Thinks It Either Is or Isn’t 1992

  1. I don’t disagree with Black, but I’m left to wonder why his wife having a headache causes him to go out for antacid.

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