CDs and Gay Marriage

CDs AND GAY MARRIAGE….Tyler Cowen owns “at least” 5000 CDs. That’s a lot, isn’t it? On the generous assumption that he started collecting CDs the very moment they first became available (1983), that means he’s been buying an average of 250 CDs a year for the past two decades. On a more realistic assumption that his CD buying has increased over the years, this means that he buys about one CD per day nowadays.

When does he find time to listen to them all?

On a more substantive note, Eugene Volokh has an interesting post about whether or not a Canadian gay marriage would be recognized in the United States. The answer is: maybe.

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