While I’ve disagreed with Peter Fleischer in the past, gotta give it to him this time around.
Please expect a regular sized post over at BlogEuropa.eu in a few days.
David Granger writes in the January 2011 edition of Esquire:
(…) “our culture is overrun with pundits and commentators -especially in the worlds of sports, entertainment, and politics- who sit behind a desk and in front of a camera and gas on about what is going to happen. It’s just about the only thing we produce anymore: unfounded opinion and vitriolic prediction.”
Couldn’t agree anymore… except that in Spain, we just don’t care anymore about politics. What I mean is that the damage has been so big, we have long ago lost faith in anything that deals with politics. Hence the lack of a large number of pundits in the field.
BTW: If you haven’t checked out yet the iPad edition of Esquire, I urge you to do it. Pleasure to read, pure joy.