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Posted at 6:32 PM ET, 12/27/2010

Reconciliation

By Ezra Klein

Recap: Tax reform will be harder than people think; the Founding Fathers would've hated the filibuster; and scoring the Obama administration's record on inequality.

Elsewhere:

1) Today is a dark day for twentysomething men everywhere.

2) The economics of getting ripped off.

3) The gamification of everything.

4) The Sokal hoax at 15 years.

By Ezra Klein  | December 27, 2010; 6:32 PM ET
 
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"Today is a dark day for twentysomething men everywhere."
Why should a twentysomething man be so disappointed that Benjamin Millipied is no longer available? Anyway, what happens to men when they turn 30?

Posted by: randrewm | December 27, 2010 6:51 PM | Report abuse

"Today is a dark day for twentysomething men everywhere."
Why should a twentysomething man be so disappointed that Benjamin Millipied is no longer available? Anyway, what happens to men when they turn 30?

Posted by: randrewm | December 27, 2010 6:52 PM | Report abuse

Benjamin Millipied - the dude seems handsome and in a key position. So I would say Ms. Portman's choice is not bad given that he has some 'skills' under his belt - figuratively and literally....

Ms. Natalie Portman has a special position in my family. I was able to influence my wife to name our daughter - our first child - as Amidala; all due to Ms. Portman as Queen Padme Amidala in Star Wars.

She is smart and so far conducted her life on screen and off screen in an intelligent way so that parents like us would hardly regret naming a child based on her performance. I would be happy if my daughter is able to live her life to a level Ms. Portman has lived so far with high chances of continuing on this 'good path'.

So I do not know about twenty something men, but here is an older man who is happy and delighted to see Ms. Portman would soon enter into that blissful state of life - giving birth to a child and tending the new born.

When American stage is all crowded by likes of Ms. Bristol Palin, it is good to see Ms. Portman floating along gracefully.

And she did float gracefully in Black Swan. Though she was never responsible for the 'trashing of Ballet' in the movie (that is all Director's mess to clear); marrying a ballet dancer - man that is one heck of an emphatic statement by this strong individual. (http://www.21stcenturypolitics.com/2010/12/black-swan.html)

Touche Ms. Portman.

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