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Loving Phil Hartman

I don't know anyone who doesn't love Phil Hartman, and frankly I don't care to. He finally got his star on the Walk of Fame this week (Nealon and Lovitz were there, bless their graying, aging hearts), and Grantland just ...Read More

A Beautiful, Sweaty Woman Reads “How To Respond To Criticism” To Universal Approval

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Science Headlines I Would Like To See More Of

The Oceans Are Fine And Full Mostly Of Fish And Water, With A Very Small, Normal Amount Of Plastic In Them Still Plenty Of Places For Us To Put Our Garbage Before We Have To Start Worrying About Anything There Are Over 1300 Species Of Birds In Danger Of BIRTHDAY PARTIES ...Read More

If Empire Records Was About A Struggling Independent Abortion Clinic

Today is the most important day of the year for the employees at Empire Clinic, a quirky, independent abortion clinic. Can they keep it together long enough to make sure they don't get swallowed up by D&C Town, a faceless corporate chain of abortion providers that's taking over the East Coast? Some of ...Read More

A Beautiful Woman Performs “Male Novelist Jokes” To Riotous Acclaim

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Your Gender Expression In Art

A little chat on gender expression and performance on Twitter this morning turned into a lively and frolicksome mass-interview that I invite you to join in, should you feel so inclined.

Watching The New Kristen Stewart Trailer With The Sound Off

I cannot further explain the lesbotic appeal of Kristen Stewart beyond this: to a certain type of queer woman, she is the lesbian equivalent of Channing Tatum. I have nothing more to say on the matter; I will not justify myself. I have watched the trailer for her latest film several times ...Read More

Toast Points For The Week of August 22nd

This week I got to meet a lovely bunch of Canadian Toasties, and also ate poutine for the first time in my young life. Both of them were wonderful. ...Read More