Dirty Sanchez Gives In, Mentions Jennifer Lopez’ Booty

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Slumbering Sanchez dreamed of himself and Princess Leia trapped in something that felt like a fleshy cocoon! Panicking Sanchez at first thought he was buried alive with a girl that not only had her breasts taped down but had witnessed both the destruction of her home planet and Paul Simon naked and wigless! Then Sanchez noticed a pinpoint of light [&hellip
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My Yiddishe Papa

Written by Amy Sohn on . Posted in Posts

The first time I kissed Paul was in California. We both had films in a festival there and I’d been eyeing him for days but couldn’t get up the nerve to make a move. I was too afraid he’d neg me, too afraid I’d be rebuked. Also, on my first night at the festival I’d made the mistake of [&hellip
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Solution: Send Hillary to Memphis, Armed & Drugged

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True it is that Hillary Clinton’s senate campaign will mean a lot of aggravation, at taxpayer expense no less (“MUGGER,” 6/16). But in a way I hope she runs, because it will provide some much-needed entertainment of the kind that has been in relatively short supply since her lying husband was given a free ticket out of jail by his [&hellip
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The Unabomber’s Pen Pal

Written by John Strausbaugh on . Posted in Breaking News, Posts

Even as a judge is finding Ted Kaczynski’s first round of appeals “wholly without merit,” the Vermont law professor who helped him craft the approach is on the phone to me, confidently predicting that eventually the Unabomber will get his day in court. “I keep stopping myself from calling it a ‘retrial,’ because it is not really a retrial,” Michael Mello [&hellip
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No Smoking, Please; Proud to be Un-American

Written by Taki on . Posted in Breaking News, Posts

LEMAÎTRE No Smoking, Ever Inside the royal enclosure at Ascot races last week—for any of you unfamiliar with the place, Ascot is a race course next to Windsor Castle, and inside what is known as the royal enclosure, for one week in June, gentlemen are required to wear top hats and tailcoats, ladies large hats preferably with flowers—I asked [&hellip
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The Bores Who Run the World

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

You’d think politics would be like, say, classical music—that the more you know about it, the less interested you would be in the obvious stuff. Just as no real classical music maven ever seems to talk about Vivaldi or Beethoven or Tchaikovsky, it would seem that no real Washington insider would want to talk about big national races. But that’s [&hellip
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New York Times Endorses Gore; Bush Confuses the Media

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

Bush Confuses The Media Last Thursday, in an astonishing editorial, The New York Times unofficially endorsed Al Gore over Gov. George W. Bush for president in the 2000 election. The headline read “Al Gore as the Un-Clinton,” and the writer reacted favorably to the Vice President’s tepid candidacy announcement in Carthage, TN, last Wednesday, pronouncing that Gore is “particularly expert on [&hellip
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Flash! Heroin Comes to Seattle!

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

There was a wonderfully telling juxtaposition of articles on the New York Post “Opinion” page last Tuesday. At the top: an edited transcript of George W. Bush’s June 12 speech in which he announced his presidential candidacy. At the bottom: a Thomas Sowell column in which the conservative commentator discusses the institutional changes that have recently occurred to “water down” [&hellip
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Big Daddy

Written by Matt Zoller Seitz on . Posted in Arts & Film, Posts

directed by Dennis Dugan Big Baby Toward the end of the new Adam Sandler comedy Big Daddy—and don’t worry, I’m not spoiling any plot developments a dog couldn’t anticipate—the irresponsible fratboy hero’s adorable five-year-old ward climbs into the witness box at a custody hearing and tells the court what he “learned” from the hero. The kid tells the court that [&hellip
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