I told you guys not to push it, or else our whole plan would blow up in our faces. Now seriously, who went and typed in two sentences on the Wikipedia entry for “liquidity preference,” explaining that Murray Rothbard disagrees that it is the proper way to explain interest? Who was it? It’s better if you tell me now, yourself, than if I find out later when one of your pals gives you up.
(Seriously guys, two sentences?! I could see if you wrote one sentence, but two?! What the hell were you thinking?)
But wait, it gets worse. We can’t even play it off like the typing up of Rothbard’s views on an economics topic in Wikipedia was an accident. Nope, Daniel Kuehn tells me, “I am not confused at all about Austrian motivations on this.”
Last thing, and I can’t believe I even have to say this, but after you clowns wrote two (sic!!!) sentences on a Wikipedia entry about liquidity preference, I’m not taking any chances: If and when Jimmy Wales asks you about the Austrian Internet strategy session we held over the summer, you say, “What Austrian Internet strategy session?” Got it?