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Recap: We're purposefully prolonging our economic misery; a coin worth $500 million; and the economic conditions of a senator's state tells you a lot less than their party affiliation about how they'll vote on stimulus.

Elsewhere:

1) We're still in thrall to Herbert Hoover's ideas on traffic.

2) Some smart thoughts on Google's new net neutrality position.

3) The poetry of Pete Wehner (though, to be fair, this sort of thing could be done to a lot of us).

4) CNN publishes the first poll showing majority support for gay marriage.

Recipe of the day: Green curry cucumber hot dog.

By Ezra Klein  |  August 11, 2010; 6:20 PM ET
 
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Ummmm, yeah. That green curry cucumber hot dog recipe is the culinary equivalent of some of the more outlandish runway fashions I've seen clothing designers foisting on clueless fashionistas.

One tastes bad, the other is in bad taste.

Posted by: bgmma50 | August 11, 2010 7:46 PM | Report abuse

And anybody who thinks that lack of traffic lights works for big third world cities has never been to Mumbai.

Posted by: bgmma50 | August 11, 2010 7:49 PM | Report abuse

Having been in and driven enough SEA Nations, the rule, the guy with the loudest horn wins, and the rule, If your cab is involved in an accident, get out and run, I can assure you that the proponent doesn't have the slightest idea of what he is talking about.

Posted by: ceflynline | August 11, 2010 11:13 PM | Report abuse

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