Gregg Easterbrook has been absorbed

Less than a week after I praised Gregg Easterbrook’s Tuesday Morning Quarterback column on ESPN.com, he goes and sets up a proper blog hosted by The New Republic. Go check it out — he’s asking for name suggestions. Be warned: there will probably be few postings on cheerbabes. Who will be the next big thinker ...

By , a professor of international politics at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University.
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08 September 2003: The Philadelphia Eagles vs the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, PA. Mandatory Credit: Ed Mahan

Less than a week after I praised Gregg Easterbrook's Tuesday Morning Quarterback column on ESPN.com, he goes and sets up a proper blog hosted by The New Republic. Go check it out -- he's asking for name suggestions. Be warned: there will probably be few postings on cheerbabes. Who will be the next big thinker to become one with the Blogosphere? Post your guesses below. UPDATE: I realize I didn't provide my own guess. Well, after seeing this picture of Easterbrook posing with the Philadelphia Eagles cheerleaders from last night's football game...

There can be only one name -- Philly Cheesesteak.

Less than a week after I praised Gregg Easterbrook’s Tuesday Morning Quarterback column on ESPN.com, he goes and sets up a proper blog hosted by The New Republic. Go check it out — he’s asking for name suggestions. Be warned: there will probably be few postings on cheerbabes. Who will be the next big thinker to become one with the Blogosphere? Post your guesses below. UPDATE: I realize I didn’t provide my own guess. Well, after seeing this picture of Easterbrook posing with the Philadelphia Eagles cheerleaders from last night’s football game…

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There can be only one name — Philly Cheesesteak.

Daniel W. Drezner is a professor of international politics at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, where he is the co-director of the Russia and Eurasia Program. Twitter: @dandrezner

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