Libertarianism in a Nutshell

I fancy meself a South Park Republican, no prig he, more likely to laugh at the ineptness of somebody trying to offend him than to be offended. A Piss Christ or a Virgin Mary made of elephant shit is so last century it’s hardly worth the bother of feigning outrage.

But I do confess that our friends and allies in Japan have come up with something I’m compelled/appalled enough to hide behind a link.

The only consolation is that there’s really nothing to be done for an encore.

Tom Van Dyke

Tom Van Dyke, businessman, musician, bon vivant and game-show champ (The Joker's Wild, and Win Ben Stein's Money), knows lots of stuff, although not quite everything yet. A past contributor to The American Spectator Online, the late great Reform Club blog, and currently on religion and the American Founding at American Creation, TVD continues to write on matters of both great and small importance from his ranch type style tract house high on a hill above Los Angeles.


  1. I can’t help wondering whether the only tragedy here for the libertarian is that moral aversion, a likewise useless appendage, cannot also be cooked and eaten.

    On the upside, you got your road test for the eating dog vs. eating human hypo.

    • Exc, Ryan. BTW, 100K yen is only a thousand bucks. One should not sell himself so cheaply.

  2. The photographs on the linked article will forevermore haunt my nightmares. Thanks, TVD.

    • Friend Likko, I admit I didn’t have the stomach to go much past the headline meself. Sorry.

      • …And the subject of the article doesn’t have the balls to do it.


        Couldn’t resist.

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