There is so little Combat! blog today, because I am in the New York Times Magazine doing what I do best: complaining. Check out Letter of Complaint: Cards Against Humanity, the first contribution to a new, recurring feature whose future installments will be written by people more competent than me. Today, though, I am in the Times, and so I must spend all day in a tight reward/conditioning cycle with my phone. While I refresh Twitter, how about you read this rebuttal to my piece by your boy Jeremy Gordon, who is smart and friendly. I mostly agree with him that the social value of the game is great, and that’s what makes it so awful to object. We’ll be back Monday with a top hat and a monocle, probably.