Nassim Taleb Drinks “Genghis Khan’s Champagne,” Eats A Horse, Becomes Grassland Warrior

Nassim Taleb Drinks “Genghis Khan’s Champagne,” Eats A Horse, Becomes Grassland Warrior

Three weeks ago, Nassim Taleb was on his way to a self-imposed exile in Northern Phoenicia in order to work on the final draft of "Skin In The Game," the fifth volume in an increasingly incoherent series of bestsellers called "the Incerto." Of course this is Taleb we're talking about, so he couldn't just go work on a book in Phoenicia. No, Taleb had to walk there, and according his Twitter feed, he "planted 30 olive trees" on the way. We characterized that as the "9th labor of Taleb," a ref
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