Colleagues and scholars from coast to coast, across Bass Strait and all the ships at sea.
Today's post is short and sweet, but still feel free to smoke 'em if you got 'em.
Following the 2012 U.S. Presidential Election, veteran journalist Mark Shields said on the PBS Newshour:
"There's a terrible temptation on the part of the press after an election. If you win, you're a genius with an I.Q. north of 300. If you lose, you're somehow a dullard who probably isn't able to tie your own shoes."
As you were.