"I never met a crowd,” said the bellhop “that drank more and screwed less than this one.”
It’s a convention joke. Catch is, I think I’ve heard it about every convention I ever intended. Too much of anything is funny: a convention of undertakers is wackily quiet, a convention of law professors is wackily loud, so they are different but the same, both wacky.
So there is nothing uniquely hilarious about the idea of a boatload of Natinal Review readers in the middle of the ocean—Johann Hari’s sendup in TNR is good fun but the sendup itself is part of a genre; P. J. O’Rourke apparently created the form back in 1984.
But if the conservatives really want to achieve some product differentiation, I offer a proposal: skip the tried-and-true venues like the Mediterranean or the
They could follow it up with an optional add-on health walk through the streets of