I'm glad you enjoyed that. (I found it hilarious.) I got a particularly good belly laugh out of his characterization of Popper, which is exceedingly apt and actually quite complimentary (at least, for those who have read Popper):
"What Popper lacks in satiric gifts he makes up in the vehemence of the scorn that he heaps upon the legion of his philosophical enemies, real or imagined."
Rothbard isn't to be neglected, in my estimation. His work is (or ought to be) every bit as important as Popper.