Faber is still nearly naked but this time he's on his apartment balcony and reading some law review articles.
Mar 23 Faber commented on Morning News: GOP Still Searching for Trumpcare Deal, Police Scoop Up Burglary Suspect in a Kayak.
Care to give us a key to understanding the Medicaid map of Washington? Are dark areas or light areas where we're likely to see the largest losses? What do the colors mean?
Feb 10 Faber commented on The Morning News: State GOP Wants Seattle To Pay For Good Schools In Areas That Voted for Trump and Betsy DeVos.
What is "Yo-Yo, Washington"? Am I just really thick? Did I miss something? I probably am and did, but... yeah... I am confused.
Nov 17, 2016 Faber commented on Zuckerberg May Think This Is "Crazy," But a Fake News Creator Says: "Trump Is in the White House Because of Me".
"The Balkans produce more history than they can consume."

-Winston Churchill
Dec 19, 2014 Faber commented on The Morning News: Inslee Proposes $1.4 Billion in New Taxes on Capital Gains, Pollution, and Vape Pens.
You really screwed the pooch on your "High teacher" headline. Should have read "*High* school teacher."
May 1, 2014 Faber commented on When Do Typos Matter?.
I feel like an idiot... What typo is on that flyer?
Mar 26, 2014 Faber commented on Ron Paul Think Tank Executive Director Is a Crimea Truther.
I'm amazed there are people who actually believe that the majority of Crimeans didn't want to join Russia. I think the Crimean secession is fucking idiotic, but I don't think that popular support for it has been manufactured. After all, a good majority of Crimeans have always supported strongly pro-Russian candidates for the Ukrainian parliament. And, if I recall correctly, Crimeans MPs were advocating for Ukraine to join a new federation with Russia, Belarus, and some other states a few years back.
Feb 24, 2014 Faber commented on Fifteen Years Left Before Machines Outsmart You.
Wow, such a stupid fucking argument in this thread. There is a marked difference between colonies on the moon and flying cars, on the one hand, and computers with greater processing capacity than the human brain, on the other. The former concerns not just technological capacity (which, by the way, we probably have the technology) but also overarching logistical issues. The latter, and the subject of Kurzweil's prognostication, represents nothing more than the likely march of technological advancement. We already have early quantum computers that are capable of delivering incredible processing power, likely well beyond the capabilities of the human brain. While these are currently somewhat theoretical at worst and fairly rudimentary at best, the clear trend line and likely development is toward exactly what Kurzweil is predicting here. This isn't a half baked article by some geeky 30 year old in a 1950s issue of Popular Science. This is one of the leading voices in technology, and he's talking about something that isn't all that novel. We all know this development is coming. The tough part is knowing when and 15 years sounds pretty reasonable from where I'm sitting.
Feb 19, 2014 Faber commented on The Morning News: Ukrainian Protesters Trade Their Blood for the World's Attention.
I have been run off the sidewalk by too many cyclists. They're a menace on the sidewalk. I happily refuse to move for them and will swing if they threaten to touch me with their fucking vehicle on the sidewalk.
Feb 19, 2014 Faber commented on The Morning News: Ukrainian Protesters Trade Their Blood for the World's Attention.
Holy fucking hell cyclists on the sidewalk are a menace and deserve to be punched in the face. Fuck them and fuck you for defending the asshole riding a vehicle on the sidewalk.
Feb 10, 2014 Faber commented on How Do I Eat This Fucking Burrito?.
Learn to burrito