The Economist's bizarre BuzzFeed ad

The Economist. Bastion of a peculiarly British brand of rightward-leaning, leftward-winking centrism, it was first published in the autumn of 1843. Respectable. August. A fierce advocate of intelligence in journalism. And now, author of a perfectly inane listicle at BuzzFeed, part of the younger publication's advertorial program.

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Everyone is up in arms about it, but I think it's awesome. The only thing that could make it better is if BuzzFeed ran a well-researched, serious advertorial about Eurozone lending policies in The Economist.