I hate you, Paul Kedrosky. Why? Because you've said, more perfectly than I ever could, why venture capitalists love profitless companies like Twitter, which has just raised a financing round from Union Square Ventures, the New York-based venture capital firm run by Fred Wilson and Brad Burnham. Companies with real business plans, making real money? It's cheap enough to start a company these days that savvy entrepreneurs don't need venture capital, funding themselves from a few angel investors and reinvested profits. It's only the clueless, the hapless, and the willfully profligate types like Evan Williams of Twitter, who want to fumble around with a fun toy for as long as they can get away with it, on whom VCs can make the tall dollars.