Just got around to reading it this week (finished it on the plane ride to Florida).
So much to talk about in that book. It flips a lot of 'conventional wisdom' about things on its head.
If you've read it, what did you think? School testing fraud to comply with NCLB? White kids in black schools tests vs black kids in white schools tests? Abortion reduced crime rates? "Black names" vs. "White Names"? Economics of dealing crack? Great Parenting myths? Pool vs Guns?
These are topics which I don't normally discuss on Interwebz forums, but would like to see them here in the context of the book. No doubt this will end up in the sewage pit that is "PWI", but let's see where it goes.
Best quote of the book: "... emotion is the enemy of rational argument."