Saturday, May 21, 2005
Sporadic Quote Of The Day

It isn't up at his website just yet (and thus is still behind a subscriber wall at the National Post), but come tomorrow (or shortly thereafter) it should be. In the meantime, you're just going to have to take my word for the sourcing (and when have I ever been wrong?):

"[Affirmative action] highlights the least important aspect of a person's identity. We don't go to the theatre to see a Danish Male. We go to see Hamlet."
    -- George Jonas, "A Fancy Name For Tribalism," National Post, 5/20/05
While you're waiting for his latest column to go up, take a look at his previous one (which touches on a similar subject).
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