Monthly Archives: August 2018

Bowery at Midnight

Can we talk about something serious here for a moment? Can we talk about cult movies? Somehow I’ve lived an entire life—almost two lives, if you’re Keats—and no one’s told me about Bowery at Midnight. It’s in the public domain, like all good things, and you can just watch it for free if you wish. […]


“The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends towards justice.” Can we talk about this quote for a moment, and why it’s exactly backwards? I don’t mean that the universe’s arc bends towards injustice, I mean it’s backwards the other way. I mean that what we do is: Check out what our […]

Bite Me

So there’s a Facebook page and—for Pete’s sake, don’t go to it; I’m not going to link to it—but it’s the perfect Facebook page. It’s moronic, and people I know keep linking to its posts, but it’s the greatest place on the internet, because it is called: “Hate Liberals? Bite Me.” This is splendid. No […]

Burbling Waste

I haven’t really been able to discuss the internet recently. The internet left in America is busy asserting that violence is the best solution to political problems, which would be less weird if all branches of government, as well as the military, the police, and most people with guns in America weren’t explicitly “the enemy.” […]