14 January 2015

Law of Unintended Consequences

I'm guessing this is the exact reciprocal of what the homicidal Islamo-dummies hoped to accomplish...read 'em and weep and that's good enough for me.


UPDATE: From tens of thousands to millions850 percent increase

Charlie Hebdo’s typical print run was 60,000, which it couldn’t always sell.

RELATED: Who could've possibly seen it coming?

Well, Glenn Reynolds, for one...
I'm sorry, but the lesson here is that if you want to be listened to, you should blow things up. That's a very bad incentive structure, but it's the one the allegedly responsible parties have created.
The Charlie Hebdo incident should surprise no one.