Monthly Archives: July 2016

Naked Lady of the Week: Natasha Marley

Fabrizio del Wrongo writes: British blonde Natasha Marley got her start posing for pin-up material, then moved into the dicier world of hardcore films. She has a naturally naughty-looking mouth, and she’s an expert at opening it slightly while fixing … Continue reading

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Juxtaposin’: Judy

Blowhard, Esq. writes:

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Juxtaposin’: “So White”

Blowhard, Esq. writes: Many people are showering contempt on Paul Ryan’s recent Instagram photo of Capitol Hill interns for being “so white.” This Esquire writer thinks it’s “deeply, disturbingly wrong.” We’re at a bizarre moment in American history where some people … Continue reading

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The Advertising Art of Paramount Records

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The Merest Stray Phenomenon

Fabrizio del Wrongo writes: Tess was the merest stray phenomenon to Angel Clare as yet — a rosy, warming apparition which had only just acquired the attribute of persistence in his consciousness. So he allowed his mind to be occupied … Continue reading

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The Oddness of the Current Press Moment 2

Fenster writes: What the hell, another comment on the oddness of the current press moment. Here are Shields and Brooks, interviewed as they are regularly by Judy Woodruff on PBS. Though staking out left field and right field respectively, the … Continue reading

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The Oddness of the Current Press Moment 1

Fenster writes: The small dust-up over whether the French government suppressed evidence of torture and mutilation at Bataclan is a good case study of the oddness of the current press moment. Heat Street ran a piece saying yes: Snopes has … Continue reading

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