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Wired’s Bizarre Puff Piece on Pete Buttigieg
Pete Buttigieg’s unique blend of intelligence and empathy brings a new perspective to public discourse.
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— WIRED (@WIRED) May 18, 2023
You can tell the writer’s political bias by the headline.
Pete Buttigieg’s curious mind reserves much of its functionality. Even as he discusses railroads and airlines, down to the pointillist data that is his current stock-in-trade, the U.S. secretary of transportation comes off like a Mensa black card holder who might have a secret Go habit or a three-second Rubik’s Cube solution or a knack for supplying, off the top of his head, the day of the week for a random date in 1404, along with a non-condescending history of the Julian and Gregorian calendars.
In the corner office of Secretary Buttigieg’s under-furnished office, we sat down one afternoon early in spring. I listened to him talk.