Dear Reader, Thank you for consenting to read our publication. We hope you enjoy this, our third issue; if you do, we advise you look for our longer-form theoretical work, _Hetero Doxy: Towards A Comprehensive Sexual Ethic_ (Zone Books, Fall … Read More
1. Beethoven’s 5th 2. Marley and Me 3. World War II: When Lions Roared 4. Air Bud 5. Homeward Bound 6. Beethoven’s Big Break 7. Turner and Hooch 8. World War II: Air War 9. White Fang 10. My Life … Read More
First Voice Message: Today, Friday, the 3rd, 4:27 a.m. — The sounds of Manhattan circa 3 a.m., most noticeably an earnestly diegetic purring. — Hey, man, I know it’s been awhile. — Palpable, nay, precocious, slurring — I’m calling to … Read More
Dear Readers, Hello! We’re so happy to see you all. It’s been a whole week but you still smell exactly the same and you look only marginally worse. We open our pages to you—you lovely readers who support the little … Read More
1. The popular Dirty Southern rap term “Crunk” has it’s origin in the early 1960s. Jewish pharmacist’s would ask young men “bist du krank?” or “are you sick?” when they purchased a dozen bottles of cough syrup. Presumably, the young … Read More
A couple of days ago—I’m sure you remember; it was only a couple of days ago, just work with me here—I sat down to skim the rest of a Faulkner short story in the three-and-a-half minutes I had before lecture, when I was interrupted by the music you were playing. Can we talk about that for a sec?
Dear Readers, We’re proud of this issue and it’s all for you—our lovely, even-keeled readers—and so we hope you like it too. Please feel free to browse at your leisure, or, if you’re not in the mood to do that, … Read More
Dear Readers, Have you stopped to think about the biblical roots of idiocy? The disciples really were the prototypes for the moron in front of you at the supermarket who takes so long to write a check that you can … Read More
1. George W. Bush
2. Julie Cooper “dating” a characeter who’s supposed to be 20 years younger than her but is actually played by an actor who’s her age.
3. “I’m sorry, the Princess is in another castle”
Allies, Enemies, and Non-Combatants, It is with great fanfare and pleasure that we bring you this, the third issue of our tenure as Editors-in-Chief. This week you’ll find a portrait of former Senator Majority Leader Bill Frist ’74, an analysis … Read More