On a bright fall day in a Princeton office with scant decoration, former Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist remained vague about his plans for the future. “I wouldn’t rule out going back to the practice of medicine,” he said. “I wouldn’t rule out going to the laboratory. I wouldn’t rule out running for governor, or running for president.”
_Nature, God, or whatever you want to call the creator of the universe comes through the microscope clearly and strongly. Everything made by human hands looks terrible under magnification—crude, rough, and unsymmetrical. But in nature, every bit of life is … Read More
And the winner for the 2008 Safeway World Championship Pumpkin Weigh-Off is… Bill Lane!”
Bill leaned into his wife for a kiss. His son beamed and Bill acknowledged the little boy’s pride with a hearty shake of his shoulder. Bill rose and to acknowledge the audience’s cheers, he smiled, clutched his enormous belt buckle between his thumbs and his forefingers, and yanked up the front of his pants.
DM: Son, I’d like you to come over here. JOE: Come over there? DM: Yes, come over here. JOE: But yesterday you said– DM: Why don’t you come– JOE: Yesterday at Disneyland– DM: –come and sit over here. JOE: [looking … Read More
In the sultry, slow, even-toned raps his fans have come to love, Cam tells the story of his escapades with a fine young piece and how he changed her life by hitting the bottom of her punani. His voice rides cleanly over the lyrics he spits, even when they somehow don’t actually rhyme.
But in all the hubbub of Bristol’s pregnancy, one major issue was almost left untouched: the question of statutory rape. Sexual abuse laws vary from state to state, and according to Alaskan laws, Levi should be in no trouble at all.
Rarely in this age of metaphysical detachment do we encounter such an utter embrace of the visceral as found in Riskay’s gift to the ages, “Smell Yo Dick”. In this piece, Riskay laments what she believes represents the steady decay … Read More
The man many angry Democrats credit for putting George W. Bush in the Oval Office is fired up, and ready to spoil. Ralph Nader, the consumer advocate meets perennial third party candidate, announced this past Sunday that he is running … Read More
I don’t quite understand why the advertising team behind Mitchell Lichtenstein’s Teeth decided to market it as “the most alarming cautionary tale for men … since Fatal Attraction.” The storyline of Teeth stems from the vagina dentate myth, which has … Read More
More than any other contemporary filmmaker, Wes Anderson has succeeded in crafting his own highly original, instantly recognizable universe. Inhabited by quirky characters usually depressed on some level or other, the world of his films is quite the whimsical place.
In the two years since tragedy struck Beirut with the assassination of Prime Minister Rafik Hariri, the mourning Lebanese people have tried to resist discouragement to create a better future for Lebanon. February 14 marked the two-year anniversary of the killing, as hundreds of thousands came out to protest en masse, condemning the brutal car-bombing and calling for a peaceful solution to their country’s problems.
The concept for this article – reviewing a book based on one random sentence – is borrowed from an article printed in the literary magazine The Believer. Virgil’s Aeneid “A chill swept over Aeneas; his limbs went weak; he moaned … Read More
With the unfortunate rise in popularity of such publication as InTouch, Us Weekly, Star and People, many adolescents hope to become celebrities to get their names strewn across these glossy rags.
I didn’t find Funny Games particularly scary on a visceral level. I’m not saying this to suggest I have a hard stomach for movies like this. I don’t. I over-think them and too often imagine what it would be like to be in the characters’ shoes. I try to freak myself out. Funny Games invites its audience to do just that – freak itself out. Funny Games establishes a genre that marries horror with documentary.
Ralph Nader is awkwardly hovering around the hors-d’oeuvre, occasionally grabbing for the cheese and crackers. He is slouched over, dressed in a worn-out suit, and reluctantly mingling with a crowd of progressive activists gathered in a beautiful house on Battle Road, in Princeton, NJ.
What do Asian girls, Barack Obama, divorce, and expensive sandwiches all have in common? No, not a White House scandal waiting to happen. You wish, Hillary supporters. All of the things listed are inexplicably loved by white people and detailed on the self-explanatory blog “Stuff White People Like.”