In response to Louise Holden’s piece in today’s Irish Times, where the Times basks in the reflected glory of Morgan Kelly’s wisdom and foresight, because they happened to publish a few of his articles seconds before the bubble burst:
Dear Louise Holden,
Thanks for the interesting piece on Morgan Kelly in today’s Irish Times. However, I wanted to ask why there wasn’t much discussion of whether the media played their part in labeling Kelly as a pariah. For instance, there’s no explanation why “Morgan Kelly” returns only 2 results from the Irish Times archive Dec1999-Jun2007 and one of those is for Fingal Golf Classic.
[I’m told by someone that due to some rare unforeseeable technical anomaly I could be out by some 1838 entries, however, I’m 100% certain of my correctness, until such time that the factual evidence is provided, then as with all good economists (I’m not an economist) I reserve the right to revise my opinion]