Bombs, guns, grams, and love.
Bridges, mansions and churches.
Powerful Yankees, Slightly Powerful Red Sox and Everyone Else
It looks a lot like America's.
Conformism and fads are the enemies of Gervais.
Trumpist op-ed piece at the Times proves unintelligent.
“Respectability politics” have been dead since November 9, 2016.
Sparring can be constructive, but personal attacks are juvenile.
Gender pronouns won’t lead to totalitarianism.
A lesson learned in middle school.
Finding a non-problematic barber is hard these days.
Bowties got nothing to tell us.
Morality is good, tyranny bad.
MLB predictions rope-a-dope calls for extreme measures.
It’s easier living among the Amish.
If you've got a conscience, objectifying others in the normal course of business is an unpleasant thing to do.
It’s pitiful how we think about “fixing” people.
Wisconsin school district shields its students from exposure.
Paleocon Diary (#110).
There’s a massive and intensely violent shift ahead.
For what? Oh, the awfulness, says New York Times op-ed.
In the original comics, a diverse team fought a white man who wanted to devour them.
There’s so much evil on the streets.
Watching Big Trouble in Little China watch itself.
More self-congratulatory blather about going offline.
The first song of the band's second to last show.
The brilliant Absolut Vodka advertising hustle of the late-1980s.
From their new album Wide Awake!, out May 18 on Rough Trade.
Directed by San Charoenchai. From their new album 7, out May 11 on Sub Pop.
Video for the single "Gazed Upon" from the album Mirror To Make You by Natural Velvet, out now on Friends Records.
Tetracosa is a 24-hour piece, being released over the course of 2018 in eight three-hour installments.
I don’t scream for ice cream.
American social polarization is exaggerated.