MQ leaves Rooster behind for new life as a mercenary.
Just a Big Gulp of shark.
Mark Wahlberg won’t shut up. C-
I’d hoped The Equalizer 2 would deliver on this theme, but it failed.
A once-promising first date comes to a swift conclusion.
This could be Constance Wu’s breakout role. B
I don’t why I saw this movie but it sure was horrifying. D
And a bit about Yankee Stadium.
Revisiting Transformers: The Movie 32 years after its release.
Blissing out on the streets. B-
An aging man takes a walk in the hopes of finding himself.
The pleasures of box lacrosse.
An op-ed about a white person so guilty about his privilege he doesn’t feel he should keep living.
Paleocon Diary (#132)
I suspect that boy-oriented pederasty goes back to the origins of the Catholic Church.
Hollywood is witless on class issues as a rule, but this is a standout example. C-
Back to Thule.
Time has stopped, for now.
On the other hand, we’re all going to hell.
The book frustratingly lacks context.
If you’re a guy, it’s okay to stop reading right here.
Dog day doldrums and an addiction to weather reports.
Paleocon Diary (#131)
The soldiers would fire a volley and charge at a full run, bayonets fixed, yelling at the tops of their lungs.
Silence at Camden Yards and Craig Kimbrel impersonating Fernando Rodney.
The tape is running fast on this stellar performance.
Bret Stephens is just as confused about Trump as everyone else. And The Nation’s skid continues.
The new epilepsy inducing Aphex Twin music video.
The ugly side of MLB’s 2018 season.
A great song from a forgotten band of the early eighties.
A futile thumbs-down to Uber.
The surprisingly great single from the new Dirty Projectors album Lamp Lit Prose.
Treason, collusion and disappearing soccer balls.
Noah Lennox, aka Panda Bear, turns 40 today. Here's one of his best and most overlooked songs.
I’m an old cowhand.
The directorial debut from Boots Riley.