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Amazing. Rolling Stone got legitimately destroyed for running a story about UVA rape allegations in which the reporter didn’t confirm the allegations. Now John Hinderaker, a blogger at one of the filthier online sewers, got punked by one of his … Continue reading
One of the best things about these two wonderful albums: I can hear Young Thug doing wonders with “Law school rejects/so they quarreled at the bar instead” and Speedy Ortiz fuzzing up “Constantly Hating.” Young Thug – Barter 6 Barter … Continue reading
Katha Pollitt has a way of clarifying important questions. Recent gains in acceptance of gay marriage have not translated into a concurrent rise in accepting reproductive liberty. Pollitt: Reproductive rights are inescapably about women. Pervasive misogyny means not only that … Continue reading
One of my favorite Badu jams. Happy Sunday.
I wondered about the Dzhokhar Tsarnaev middle finger myself. Turns out there’s a longer video. The young sociopath looks bored, not defiant: But let’s assume that he really had stuck his middle finger up in anger and contempt. Why would … Continue reading
Ten days after EMP PopCon kicked off a poptimism discussion that continues unabated, and while any discussion concerns at best a coterie of a coterie, one of the loudest complaints comes from those who think the pop 1 percent get … Continue reading