Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Notorious B.A.G. responds to J.Dick-Po

Noted legal lexi-con man Bryan A. Garner (a.k.a. Notorious B.A.G), fresh off his niche hit "Reading Law, feat. MC Scalia," has entered the fray to defend the collaboration against fellow Central Time Zone wordsmith Judge Richard Posner (J.Dick-Po). Quoth B.A.G.:
Yo, check it, for real. The trendatious atrocity of J.Dick-Po's review in The New Republic, containing elocutions of perverse adiposities to the new B.A.G.‑A-Scales book, came as a stupefing surprise—a most disappointing one. 
Read the whole thing.


  1. "Hardly was I surprised..."? Man, that Garner can write a boring sentence.

  2. Anon, you obviously just aren't down with the Modern American Usage.

  3. I guess I'm not either. That first sentence is terrible. Judge Posner is certainly taking a lot of hits from the right for his review. I wonder how much of this criticisim is legitimate and how much is reflexive defense of a right-wing hero? I will say that the controversy is tempting me to actually buy the book.


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