Baseball Cards & Other Memorabilia:I’m in Bermuda and Rick Lazio Isn’t

Written by Russ Smith on . Posted in Breaking News, Posts

I’m in Bermuda and Rick Lazio Isn’t It’s just before five a.m. last Tuesday, and an unshaven white geezer ambles, not stumbles, into Morgan’s Deli on Hudson St. in Tribeca, with a crooked grin on his face. Mentioning to no one in particular that it’s now dark at this hour in August, he whispers to a customer: “You know, this [&hellip
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Is Bush Just a Swaggering Preppy Pig?

Written by Christopher Caldwell on . Posted in Breaking News, Posts

  But Talk should be praised to the skies for trying to revive the belief that journalism is an on-the-spot vocation, and that the more reporting you do, the better your article. In her ballyhooed Hillary piece, Lucinda Franks bragged about having visited five different countries with Hillary Clinton (letting drop that the North Africa [&hellip
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Burn Woodstock, Burn; Dr. Laura’s Obscene

Written by Andrey Slivka on . Posted in Breaking News, Posts

Or perhaps the now-famous Mercedes that was flipped over and destroyed could have exploded under the stress, eliminating some of the thick-necked, shorn-headed middle-class thugs who create the contexts for America’s Columbines. Or else the swine could have just beaten each other with fence posts into ineffectual stupors. Even North Jersey wiggers in ballcaps can’t rape adolescent girls if they—the wiggers—happen [&hellip
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Midsummer Doldrums; Ted Rall Takes on Art Spiegelman

Written by Russ Smith on . Posted in Breaking News, Posts

Sweet Dreams, Little Old Rat I’m going to hop all over the map in this column—more than usual—in deference to my colleagues here at 333, half of whom are on vacation. Maybe it’s not a fulltime job, but surely next summer publisher Mike O’Hara needs someone to schedule the time slots available to leave New York and traipse off to [&hellip
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Paranoid Field

Written by Alan Cabal on . Posted in Breaking News, Posts

Fringe Scientists Gather in Columbus I don’t know much about science, but I know what I like. I like Nikola Tesla, Wilhelm Reich, L. Ron Hubbard, R.D. Laing. I love Bucky Fuller, Douglas Hofstadter, Richard Feynman, Jacques Vallee—guys that make me think, whether I have linear detailed knowledge of what I’m thinking about or not. I’m in love with [&hellip
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