I think I've cut my typo rate down a full .08 percent. Woo-hoo! (I maintain the typographical errors as some sort of charming artfulness.)
Abe Vigoda passes away, Conan O’brien — who had him as a frequent bit, eulogies.
Cliche o rama: presidential candidates’ “Secret Weapon”
NFL Playoff Game Day posters. This is what a Seahawks versus a Vikings looks like.
The History of the Internet. and the coming apocalypse.
Roy Moore… still out there.
Ted Cruz and spanking and children and Hillary Clinton. What the heck does any of it mean?
Bill Cosby circa 1996 on his love of writing kids’ books.
Beatles … micro-aggression.
Al Jazeera breaks major sports story “exposing” Peyton Manning’s use of… oh, some drug or other. (Since when does Al Jazeera care about the American sports world?)
David Spade asks why Obama makes an appearance on frozen tundra reality tv show; first comment snags at random reference to Woodrow Wilson, asking why David Spade didn’t point out Wilson was a puppet to the Jews.
State of the fight o Global Warming post Paris
Oliver Stone Was Right about Nixon.
What does the Democratic victory in Louisiana mean? Just that you have to be David Vitter in order to lose a statewide race for the GOP in the deep South.
Everything Cultural is Cultural Appropriation. On Yoga dumping.
Let Germaine Greer Speak, damned University Students.
Who invented Rock and Roll? The problems and complications with the standard narrative of “white appropriating black” and making a bundle.
Back to the Future — 30 years back to 1985 shows we’re stuck in inertia as opposed to 30 years back to 1955.
Rubio versus Clinton — no thanks.
When Schools feel like Jails... Public Schools as they exist in the South.
Transcendental Meditation chants… conquering the Public Schools.
Lindsey Grahama, not tweeting during the debate but something like it.
The Late Night Wars as it were.
Good Luck to President Barack Hussein Obama. May he be better than a Mediocrity.
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TV On the Radio "Dreams"
Archers of Loaf "White Trash Heroes"
Murray Attaway "Fear of God"
Fountains of Wayne "I Want an Alien for Christmas"
The Divorce "Yes"
The Bluetones "Mudslide"
Black Box Recorder "Brutality"
Meat Puppets "Leaves"
Gorillaz "Clint Eastwood"
Neil Young "Keep on Rocking in the Free World"
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