The Lowest Rated Movies in the Netflix Categories I’m Least Likely to Watch
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Because we’re all addicted to Netflix. A new piece by yours truly over at The Awl: CATEGORY: Goofy + Buddies & Gal Pals FILM: Sex Pot YEAR: 2009 NETFLIX SUMMARY: “[A] raunchy comedy about two wannabe Don Juans who have no luck with the ladies. That is, until the pair happens upon a stash of pot that the honeys find [...]

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Congress Divided Across Party Lines Over Who Is Displaying More Unity
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A new one by yours truly over at The Huffington Post: Republican Congressman Joe Wilson agrees that the Democratic initiative of mixed seating isn’t enough. He says that in light of the tragedy in Tucson, lawmakers need to diffuse their divisive rhetoric. “Instead of shouting ‘you lie’ when the president addresses Obamacare,” said Wilson, “I will yell out something more [...]

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New York Sports Bars for the Sports-Averse
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It’s playoff season. If you hate sports as much as I do, but hate missing out on the gluttony, I’ve got a new piece for you on The Awl: With the NFL playoffs underway, multitudes of jock-averse women and effeminate, girlie men (like me) find themselves facing a challenging predicament over the next couple of weeks. On one hand, forgoing [...]

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Meet the Humanimal: Alex Kovas
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I interviewed the Humanimal for Vice: If you’re one of the few who saw Guy Ritchie’s latest film, RocknRolla, you may recall a scene where a Chechnyan thug chases Gerard Butler through a tunnel. The pursuer in question is a strikingly buff 34-year-old Russian-born Londoner named Alex Kovas, a model/actor who may be more familiar to you licking his “paws” [...]

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The Late Great Planet Earth
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My latest piece over at The Awl: As crazy as it seems now, when I was a freshman in high school I was convinced that my life was going to end, healthy and unadulterated, sometime before December 31st 1988. Of course it’s common for sensitive teens to consider their mortality during those tumultuous years when the hormones start to kick [...]

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My Favorite Music of 2010
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Nothing moved me as much as 2009′s debut record by Girls. But who’s complaining? Overall, some pretty great music was made this year. This is what I was listening to in 2010: 15. Sam Amidon: I See The Sign 14. Julian Lynch: Mare 13. Lower Dens: Twin-Hand Movement 12. Wild Nothing: Gemini 11. LCD Soundsystem: This Is Happening 10. James [...]

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Krampus Comes This Weekend!
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A new piece on Krampus by yours truly over at The Awl: Christmas is nearly upon us and, with all its commercialism and saccharine rituals, it’s all too easy to forget the true meaning of the season. Thankfully, the sanctity of this glorious holiday is still appreciated in parts of Germany and Austria where good, hardworking folk remember that Christmas [...]

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Vintage Jesus Freaks Psychedelia
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Aquarium Drunkard just posted an interesting compilation of Christian psychedelia from the sixties and seventies: This is so good. A couple of weeks back the guys at Crescere shot me an email hipping me to their latest creation; a two part compilation of super-obscure, often private press, outsider psychedelic guitar and folk music from the 60s and 70s… all with [...]

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An Ode to Vinyl Siding in Williamsburg
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The New York Times included a short quote by yours truly in this article on vinyl siding. And yes, I really do live in a pink building. To Mr. Canfield, replacing vinyl siding that is in good shape, as some homebuyers do as soon as they have the deed, is like carelessly restoring antiques that came over on the Mayflower. [...]

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“Red Lights” By Holy Fuck
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I love this video.

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