In which I become Justin Bieber

Sometimes the comment thread is the best part about blogging for The Guardian:
The ultimate accolade

The ultimate accolade.

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5 Responses to In which I become Justin Bieber

  1. I am so confused now.

    Also, I’m not proud of Bieber. I say that as a capital-C Canadian.

  2. Mike says:

    Wait – I’m confused. Does this mean Justin Beaver Bieber:

    (a) is a singer?
    (b) does Singing?
    (c) trolls himself on science blogs?
    (d) is fast becoming the next Godwin’s law?

  3. To be honest, I think it’s rather flattering to be compared to someone so high-profile. Does this mean I’m going to do better at getting grants because I’m in everyone’s face?

  4. Laurence Cox says:

    If these comments in the Guardian show anything, it is that Sturgeon’s Law is alive and well BTL. It is the very poor S/N ratio that made me largely give up on reading CiF; thankfully OT’s S/N is much higher.

  5. cromercrox says:

    I thought Justin Bieber was a nineteenth-century philosopher until I discovered Martin Buber.

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