Yes, I know I'd look ridiculous.
I've wondered why, and my answer was generally because the magazine consistently says smart things with solid reporting and great insightsI often agree with a lot of their views and analysistheir sense of humor and whimsy (oh, its there!) works for me.I'd always believed that the main reason the magazine was able to elicit this response was because they often took a stand - not the writers - the magazine.
Articles back people, or condemn policy, or make recommendations without equivocating. They always phrase it as "This magazine supports..." or "The Economist strongly condemns..." or "We affirm that .."
But watching the Jack Dorsey Golden Gate bridge talk made me realize how they…