I've received a lot of feedback on my post on The Wittgenstein Fallacy. Since I'm in Miami at the Fourth Annual Graduate Student Epistemology Conference, and the semester is about to begin, I didn't open comments. But Aidan McGlynn has continued discussion of the matter on Boundaries of Language, and I've also received many emails about it (for those that are curious, fans of Wittgenstein are for some reason VERY attached to the idea that Wittgenstein wouldn't have landed a job nowadays). At any rate, I'm going to post a couple of the most interesting emails that I have received, together with my replies. If you think you can best explain why Wittgenstein wouldn't get a job in a top philosophy department today, now is your chance to prove it.