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still, it's evident to me that Gilder is a brilliant, well rounded individual whose thoughts should be heard and thoughtfully considered.

Actually, after listening to perhaps 10 minutes of a recent Gilder appearance on Boston radio station WBUR's "The Connection" show, I think his thoughts should be read and not literally heard.

Honestly, it was the most disconnected, halting, awkward performance I've yet to hear on that show, or most any other. If I didn't know the man's reputation, I would've assumed he was an idiot, or on drugs. Is he just very nervous when speaking in public? It was a disappointment, at any rate, and finally was too painful to continue listening to. In the future, I'll stick to the printed Gilderian word. --FY
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