Vox Day Disappoints
The man has talent, drive and ambition, which combined with his obvious intelligence, makes him one formidable opponent. In my case, he is one of very few blogger/authors whose column remains a daily must read. He has never heard of me.
The point is, unless I missed it, that with all his intelligence and knowledge he continues to be just a fraction off on his financial and economic analysis. Perhaps he has fallen prey to the dreaded “paradigm blindness” that can at times affect all of us? I still recommend his book, The Return of the Great Depression. I still agree with much of what he suggests in his various incarnations and certainly continue to wish him all the best in the future. Truthfully, I am not even looking for additional hits or to prove myself correct in some mythical contest with Mr. Day.
The bottom line is that even if Mr. Day were to deign to respond I have neither the energy nor the inclination to follow the lead of others (ie. Dale) and spend weeks and/or numerous articles attempting to enlighten Mr. Day as to why the predictable inflationary tsunami has yet to arrive. He is just too smart too need such elementary information…………………
On the other hand there are many who read his column who are not at the same level as he is and thus might benefit from an explanation by Mr. Day as only he can do it.
Problem is….he needs to get it right first.
Enough said for today on the subject………….