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- Is Culture Stuck?
- You Can Never Be Too Thin, Too Rich or Too Woke
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- Boomers Won’t Go Away, Part XXV
- Pepe on Naked Lady of the Week: Marry Queen
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Monthly Archives: January 2014
Blowhard, Esq. writes: Utagawa Kuniyoshi, “Battlefield Carnage,” c. 1840s
Blowhard, Esq. writes: Jean Harlow in Charles Brabin’s THE BEAST OF THE CITY Click on the image to enlarge.
Paleo Retiree writes: Back here I raved about Jeepney, a funky-chic Filipino restaurant in NYC’s East Village. Fun to see that Vice magazine has also discovered the pleasures of Jeepney: I’m patting myself on the back for having visited several … Continue reading
Fenster writes: From my father’s old slides–sky over central Massachusetts, 1950s.
Glynn Marshes writes: As of this minute, Miley Cyrus official (Vevo) Youtube video for her song “Wrecking Ball:” 1,977,185 “likes” — but — 965,637 “dislikes” Awful lot of hatin’ for a song that charted as well as that one did.
Paleo Retiree writes: UK-specific but a nice intro to the Monetary Reform point of view on our current financial travails. Related I wrote some postings — here, here and here — about my own attempts to make sense of the … Continue reading
Blowhard, Esq. writes: More here. Click on the image to, er, enlarge.
Glynn Marshes writes: A marvelous malapropism, buried like a bloggy easter egg in an article that . . . … calls on science fiction writers to join the revolution: sci fi novels are way too gender binary, yo. I want … Continue reading
Fabrizio del Wrongo writes: “Near Death,” which concerns the final days of patients consigned to an intensive care unit, provides Frederick Wiseman with what might be his ultimate subject. Certainly it’s hard to imagine a topic more rife with the sort … Continue reading