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What He Said | March 16, 2008
The End | March 15, 2008
Almost Almost Famous | March 15, 2008
Because It's Friday Afternoon | March 14, 2008
The Conservative Crack-Up | March 12, 2008
The Simile Stumbled Over the Cliche Like a Drunken G.I. Trying to Make Curfew After Waking to Find the Laces of His Shoes Are Tied to Each Other | March 11, 2008
My Posse Got Velocity | March 10, 2008
Q.E.D. | March 10, 2008
NBCC in NYC | March 06, 2008
The CD Meme | March 03, 2008
A Glimpse of Hell | March 03, 2008
Well, I Guess That Didn't Work | February 27, 2008
Anticinephilia | February 22, 2008
Zombie Apocalypse Now | February 20, 2008
Can't We All Just Get Along? | February 18, 2008
Nietzsche Returns? | February 18, 2008
NBCC-DC Weekend Update | February 18, 2008
Hey Kids, It's the Autonomist Sockpuppet Hour | February 17, 2008
Saturday Afternoon To-Do List | February 15, 2008
Howl (Into the Microphone) | February 15, 2008
Librarians Aplenty | February 15, 2008
Video Valentine | February 14, 2008
Good Question | February 13, 2008
Fidel Castro: My Life | February 13, 2008
Let The Dauntless Spirit Of Comrade Valentine Illuminate The Bright Red Path Of Revolutionary Romanticism! | February 13, 2008
Within the World of Cultural Journalism, No News is Good News, Until Further Notice | February 05, 2008
Good Reads | February 05, 2008
Regarding the Death of Others | February 01, 2008
Soon Selling Review Copies to Supplement My Income Will Be a Thing of the Past | January 31, 2008
Future is Now! | January 30, 2008
"Atlas Shrugged" Kicks the Ass of "Fight Club" | January 30, 2008
Not as Keen on "Mao More Than Ever," Though | January 30, 2008
Partially Disenblogged | January 29, 2008
Why Complain about Homophobic Crap on Fox News When You Can Laugh at the Death of a Beloved Conservative Icon? | January 24, 2008
Help Wanted | January 21, 2008
There is a Spectre Haunting American Politics | January 16, 2008
Go Tell It On the Mountain | January 14, 2008
Jonah Goldberg? Why Bother? | January 14, 2008
This Time Vote Like Your Whole World Depended on It | January 10, 2008
The Grueling Weeks of Campaigning Have Come to an End | January 09, 2008
The Frenzy of Renown | January 09, 2008
Indecision 2008 | January 06, 2008
Year-End Picks | January 06, 2008
Framing Theory's Empire | January 03, 2008
To Whom It May Concern | January 01, 2008
Considerations on the Cultural History of the Top of My Head | December 17, 2007
This is Radio Schizo | December 14, 2007
Archival Zotero-fication, or Possibly Vice Versa | December 12, 2007
Starting Out in the Evening | December 12, 2007
The Class of '03 | December 09, 2007
When Attack Ads Attack | December 09, 2007
Somebody's Had Too Much to Think | December 08, 2007
And He Spake Unto Me, Saying.... | December 07, 2007
Can Do | December 07, 2007
A Uniter, Not a Divider | December 06, 2007
Around the Web | December 05, 2007
My Hat ----> The Ring | December 04, 2007
Supersonic Sky Cycle | December 03, 2007
For Hardcore Book Nerds Only | November 30, 2007
The Menace of Urban Youth | November 29, 2007
The Last Curse in Pandora's Box | November 28, 2007
Reading Lists | November 28, 2007
You Have to Wonder If They Are Related | November 27, 2007
Dude, All You Had to Do Was Ask | November 26, 2007
By All Means Avail Yourselves of Other Fine Amenities in This Neighborhood | November 26, 2007
Gray Dawn | November 25, 2007
The Standards of Polymathy Have Hit an All-Time Low | November 24, 2007
At Least Until Publication of "Beavis and Mimesis," My Memoir of the 1990s | November 24, 2007
Turn Them Speakers Up Full Blast | November 22, 2007
Thanksgiving is Always Already Ruined | November 22, 2007
Cheap Beer and Warm Hats | November 22, 2007
It is Time to Open a New Front in the War on Christmas | November 21, 2007
Sometimes Publicity Involves Making Stuff Up | November 21, 2007
La Mal Babe Sans Merci | November 20, 2007
Harlan Ellison -- Live Like Him! | November 20, 2007
Eat Flaming Death, Fascist Media Pigs! | November 20, 2007
The Academic Presses | November 19, 2007
Live and Learn | November 19, 2007
Après les derniers intellectuels | November 18, 2007
"Shaving Biscuits"? | November 17, 2007
I Mean Really.... | November 17, 2007
Not Many Bar Mitzvah Party Gigs, However | November 16, 2007
One Day Tom Brokaw Will Seem Like Walter Lippmann and Then I'll Really Have Something to Complain About | November 15, 2007
Touch and Go | November 15, 2007
Where Brooklyn At? Part Two | November 15, 2007
Outrageous! | November 10, 2007
Where Brooklyn At? | November 08, 2007
When Ephemera Meets Euphemism | November 07, 2007
Gone Again | November 07, 2007
True Confessions | November 07, 2007
Where Have You Gone, Bob Avakian? The Nation Turns Its Lonely Eyes to You | November 07, 2007
How My Day Begins | November 05, 2007
Rock On | November 02, 2007
A Surprise, Yet Not Surprising, If I Can Make That Distinction | November 01, 2007
Maybe Not as Interesting an Interpretation as Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick Would've Come Up With, But So It Goes | October 31, 2007
Count the Blessings | October 31, 2007
Did Somebody Say Islamophobofascism? | October 31, 2007
Zizek Watch: Early '08 Bulletin | October 31, 2007
N+1 (+X) | October 31, 2007
Loafing with LaRouche | October 29, 2007
Strange Bedfellowship | October 21, 2007
Whoah...Not Quite Infinite Regress | October 18, 2007
The Critique of Demagogical Reason | October 17, 2007
New Adventures in the Dialectical Economics of Keplerian Studies in the Orbit of Ceres (an Asteroid) | October 16, 2007
Radio, Live Transmission | October 16, 2007
Theoretical Girl | October 15, 2007
Getting Shrew'd | October 15, 2007
A Talk with Maud Newton | October 12, 2007
Blood Without Glamour | October 12, 2007
The Whole World is Watching | October 12, 2007
Snoopyotics | October 10, 2007
Apocalypse Pretty Soon | October 08, 2007
Wave of Mutilation | October 07, 2007
Quick Study: The Facebook Group | October 05, 2007
The Podcast Times | October 04, 2007
The Facebook Review | October 04, 2007
Bubbling Up | October 04, 2007
Split the Difference and Stuff It With Expensive Ads | October 04, 2007
Release the Kitties! Part Two | October 03, 2007
Release the Kitties! | October 02, 2007
The Life of the Mind | October 01, 2007
On the Mend? | October 01, 2007
Spamalot | October 01, 2007
The Googlization of Everything | October 01, 2007
Two, Three, Many Parties of the New Type | September 28, 2007
Shake It For the World, Smartass | September 28, 2007
Reading, Thinking, Purring | September 27, 2007
All Power to the Second-Life Soviets! | September 26, 2007
Zoteromania | September 26, 2007
No Energy Crisis in 1978 | September 24, 2007
Searching BookTV | September 24, 2007
Yeah, Buddy, I Got Your Walter Bagehot Right Here | September 24, 2007
"The people of Iran are asking themselves whether the UN Security Council is only decisive and effective when it comes to the suspension of the enrichment of uranium" | September 23, 2007
Our Band Could Be Your Life | September 23, 2007
The Man Was Truly a Prophet | September 19, 2007
The Lion in the Temple | September 18, 2007
Those Were Different Times | September 17, 2007
Notes from the Underground | September 16, 2007
Local News | September 13, 2007
The Damndest Things Can Make You Nostalgic | September 12, 2007
The South Will Rise Again | September 12, 2007
Tomorrow is Dragsville, Cats | September 12, 2007
From the Department of Wounded Sensiblity | September 12, 2007
Territorial Pissings | September 12, 2007
Foreign Affairs | September 11, 2007
Think Twice | September 10, 2007
Desiring Machine | September 08, 2007
Mentioning the Band Throbbing Gristle Might Not Work as Well | September 08, 2007
Making the Scene | September 07, 2007
Metal Machine Music | September 06, 2007
The New Haven Review of George Scialabba's Books | September 05, 2007
Let Me Up on the Stand | September 03, 2007
40 Years of "The Crisis of the Negro Intellectual" | August 29, 2007
Battle of the Titans | August 28, 2007
Style and Grace | August 24, 2007
Oh, Canada | August 24, 2007
The LaRouche Tabernacle Choir | August 24, 2007
Open Library | August 08, 2007
George and Georg | August 06, 2007
Sailing From Ithaka | August 01, 2007
Hiatus, Retreat, Downtime, Countdown | July 31, 2007
A Weeks Reading | July 31, 2007
Now to Break into "The Springfield Review of Books".... | July 30, 2007
Sounds Painful, In More Ways Than One | July 29, 2007
Legacy of Ashes | July 28, 2007
Local Landmarks | July 28, 2007
Attention Deficit Day | July 26, 2007
Sugar Kane | July 25, 2007
We Must Imagine Sisyphus Happy | July 25, 2007
Extra! | July 24, 2007
Expert textpert choking smokers / Don't you think the joker laughs at you? | July 24, 2007
An Accurate Depiction of the Proprietor | July 23, 2007
The Groves of Academe | July 23, 2007
Close to the Frozen Borderline | July 20, 2007
Defunkt | July 19, 2007
For the Final Time, Harry Potter | July 19, 2007
Breaking News, As It Were | July 19, 2007
Magic! | July 18, 2007
The Miscellany is a Kind of Book | July 18, 2007
The Long Twilight | July 17, 2007
Apocrypha Now II: The Revenge of Samuel Pepys | July 16, 2007
Clarification Via Reflected Brilliance | July 16, 2007
V. F. Calverton | July 14, 2007
On This Point Additional Correction Will Not Be Necessary | July 13, 2007
Apocrypha Now? | July 13, 2007
Lady Bird and the Tramp | July 13, 2007
Who Will Defend the Children of Priviledge? | July 12, 2007
Come Together | July 12, 2007
Footnote to Folly | July 12, 2007
Lyndon LaRouche Mystery Theater | July 11, 2007
You Don't Say | July 11, 2007
The Huffington Post | July 10, 2007
Eat Not At All in a Worried Mood / Or Suffer Harm From the Best of Food | July 09, 2007
Skeletor vs. Haber-Man | July 08, 2007
I'd Guess More Like the Intellectual-History Equivalent of "Metal Machine Music." But Hey, Whatever. | July 07, 2007
The Serial Comma Is Not Necessarily Your Friend | July 06, 2007
Branded | July 05, 2007
Eno/Can | July 04, 2007
Podcast Alert | July 03, 2007
Business Instead of Game | July 03, 2007
Double Plus Un-Ungood | July 03, 2007
"I seed it! I seed it with my own eyes!" | July 03, 2007
The Pardon of Scooter Libby is a Reminder That the "Rule of Law" Under Bourgeois "Democracy" is a Fig Leaf Covering the Bloodstained Dictatorship of Big Capital | July 02, 2007
Sometimes a Jackhammer Pounding the Walls of a Quarry Is Just a Jackhammer Pounding the Walls of a Quarry | June 30, 2007
A Single Spark Can Start a Prairie Fire | June 29, 2007
Easter is Everywhere | June 28, 2007
The Key to All Mythologies | June 28, 2007
Dawn of the E.P.O.C.H. | June 27, 2007
Making Time | June 27, 2007
Small Skirmishes Just Off Grub Street | June 27, 2007
Well That's Not Good | June 27, 2007
Fixer Upper | June 27, 2007
Experimental Cell-Phone Cat Video Number 1 | June 27, 2007
Freaks and Geeks, Revisited | June 26, 2007
Yes, That Man is Playing an Amplified Jug | June 26, 2007
I've Joined a Social Network....Now to Find Some Skills to Go With It. | June 25, 2007
The Red in the Black | June 25, 2007
Here's Some More of More of the Same | June 25, 2007
Aural Sex | June 25, 2007
Critical Index | June 24, 2007
Complete: Behind the Music | June 22, 2007
Ain't No Cure for the Summertime Blues | June 22, 2007
Loaded With Nourishing Roughage | June 22, 2007
We Only Steal From the Best | June 21, 2007
Death Hell Bitch | June 21, 2007
Banal Strategies | June 20, 2007
Jason Isbell Goes Solo | June 20, 2007
Another Update | June 19, 2007
In the Dutch | June 19, 2007
Robert Goulet Has Been Messing With My Stuff | June 17, 2007
Greetings, Association of American University Presses! Are You Ready to Rock? | June 14, 2007
Richard Rorty | June 13, 2007
The Sopranos Finale | June 11, 2007
It's For the Wall That I Set a Place | June 08, 2007
The Nugent Digest | June 08, 2007
And Now, Ladies and Gentlemen, For Your Dancing Pleasure.... | June 07, 2007
Academic Freedom, Continued | June 07, 2007
C.L.R. James Meets Tony Soprano | June 06, 2007
I Fell Into a Burning Ringworm of Fire | June 05, 2007
Expo Aftermath | June 04, 2007
Crossover | June 04, 2007
Book Expo, Here We Come | May 30, 2007
Invasion of the Pod Person | May 28, 2007
Rolling Thunder | May 27, 2007
A Book of Dreams | May 27, 2007
Karl Marx: The Pre-Beard Years | May 23, 2007
Beach Blanket Bingo | May 23, 2007
Advertisement for Myself | May 22, 2007
Bible Punching Heavyweight Evangelistic Boxing Kangaroo | May 22, 2007
An Idea Possessing a Certain Elegance | May 22, 2007
Surely in Need of Much More Argument | May 16, 2007
WTF? | May 16, 2007
In Memory of Jerry Falwell | May 15, 2007
In Search of the Great 9/11 Novel...Or Not | May 11, 2007
The Movement of History | May 10, 2007
Sex! Politics! Dubious Footnotes! | May 10, 2007
"Other Relative Unknowns" | May 09, 2007
Cover/Age | May 09, 2007
Career Opportunities Are the Ones That Never Knock | May 08, 2007
Reader's Digest for the Hyper-Literate | May 07, 2007
Hiatus Interruptus | May 06, 2007
Sailing Out From the Blogipeligo | May 06, 2007
Meta-Free-For-All | May 05, 2007
Here We Are Now, Entertain Us | May 04, 2007
Jean Baudrillard: The Art of Disappearing | May 04, 2007
From This Week's Column | May 04, 2007
The Altmouse Files: A Portrait in Non-Partisanship | May 02, 2007
Psychlo Babble; or, Get Behind Me, Thetan! | May 01, 2007
Celebrate May Day! | May 01, 2007
The Pervert's Guide to Cinema | April 30, 2007
The Best Medicine | April 29, 2007
Feeling Freakosophical | April 28, 2007
Nature Will Castigate Those Who Don't Masticate | April 26, 2007
You Kids Get Off My Berlin Wall | April 26, 2007
Marxism-Lexiconism | April 25, 2007
And Then He Reviewed Another Book | April 25, 2007
Perpetual Motion, Here We Come | April 24, 2007
Well Now, There You Have It | April 24, 2007
"The nature of e-mail is such that verbal subtleties such as tone of voice or irony do not come across well," he later explained. | April 23, 2007
Updating the Local Strangeness | April 23, 2007
Continuing the Iggy-thon | April 23, 2007
Iggy | April 22, 2007
What a Long Strange Trip It's Been | April 22, 2007
Petition in Support of AJC Books Editor | April 20, 2007
The Lessons Learned | April 20, 2007
Divided Mind | April 18, 2007
A Report from the Department of Strange Online Behavior | April 18, 2007
Unstuck in Time | April 18, 2007
The Way We Live (and Die) Now | April 17, 2007
Schlock Jockey | April 16, 2007
An Entertainment for Patrons of Quality | April 16, 2007
Who's the Mack? | April 11, 2007
Teenage Wasteland | April 10, 2007
"It's Short for Emo-tional" | April 09, 2007
Famous Frogs in Rehab | April 07, 2007
Greetings, AndrewSullivan.com Readers! | April 06, 2007
True, That | April 05, 2007
Freaks and Geeks | April 05, 2007
Watch the Parking Meters | April 05, 2007
Rapture! | April 04, 2007
That Dog is Smart | April 04, 2007
A Sentimental Ditty That Melts My Heart | April 03, 2007
Depth Takes a Holiday | April 02, 2007
We Have a Winner! | April 01, 2007
Mediated and/or Medicated | March 30, 2007
Mänÿ, Mänÿ Lïnks | March 30, 2007
A Fresh Triumph of the Will | March 30, 2007
And Now Bob Avakian, Chairman of the Central Committee of the Revolutionary Communist Party USA, Would Like To Sing For You a Little Song | March 29, 2007
Comic-al Parapraxis | March 29, 2007
The Art of Cinema Considered as "a Taquito Buffet That You Puke Up After Getting Hit With a Motorcycle" | March 28, 2007
Reconfiguring Borders | March 28, 2007
The Rise of Fordism | March 27, 2007
Argument! Character Assassination! Breasts! | March 27, 2007
A Modest Example of the Dwindling Forces of Cognition Under Late Capitalism | March 26, 2007
World of History | March 26, 2007
Until the Desired Constellation Appears | March 26, 2007
The Presentation of Self in Everyday Blogging | March 25, 2007
The Greatest Generation | March 22, 2007
Cosmopolitan Shout Out, No. 1: The Sequel | March 22, 2007
The Mysterious World of the Unconscious Mind | March 21, 2007
On the Occasion of a New Volume by Clive James | March 20, 2007
Free Stuff | March 20, 2007
A Modest Proposal | March 19, 2007
Square, Man. Really Square. | March 19, 2007
Many People Would Love to Be Writers, If Not For All the Writing | March 15, 2007
More on Baudrillard | March 14, 2007
Monday Morning Miscellany | March 12, 2007
Apologia Pro Vita Sua | March 10, 2007
Speechless | March 09, 2007
The Hits Keep Coming | March 09, 2007
Live from New York | March 08, 2007
Free Baudrillard -- Take One | March 08, 2007
Jean Baudrillard (1929-2007) | March 07, 2007
Identity | March 06, 2007
Bad Penny | March 03, 2007
News on "The Wire" | March 02, 2007
Problematic Neologism | March 01, 2007
Pigs In Top Hats vs. Giant Workers With Small Heads | February 28, 2007
Motivate This! | February 28, 2007
Linksforum | February 26, 2007
The Hardboiled Poetry of the Very, Very Square | February 25, 2007
How True | February 25, 2007
Legman and McLuhan With Zizek Along the Way | February 22, 2007
Cosmopolitan Shout Out, No. 1 | February 21, 2007
Under Heavy Manners | February 18, 2007
And in a Few Short Years, I Will Be Emeritus | February 16, 2007
Is Anybody Out There Eagerly Waiting for Volume Two of "Sexual Personae"? No, I Didn't Think So.... | February 15, 2007
With a Name Like Legman, His Destiny Seemed Clear | February 14, 2007
Boldly Uphold the Revolutionary Use of Stilted Language from "Peking Review" Circa 1974! | February 14, 2007
Solidarity Forever | February 12, 2007
Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose | February 11, 2007
The Other American Exceptionalism | February 08, 2007
The Secret Lives of Book Critics | February 07, 2007
On the Bush Administration Considered as a State of Affect | February 07, 2007
Meet the Zizeks! | February 07, 2007
The Expression "Photon-Stained Wretches" Doesn't Have Quite the Same Feel | February 06, 2007
Tuesday Hate | February 06, 2007
Searchin' for My Mainline | February 04, 2007
Not a Bedtime Story | February 04, 2007
A Good Face for Radio | February 02, 2007
Tube Feeding | February 02, 2007
Unsightliness and Insight | February 01, 2007
The Lesser Known Heroes of Contemporary Criticism, Volume I | January 31, 2007
Diabolos Ex Machina | January 29, 2007
Inaugural Noises | January 28, 2007
A History of Violence | January 25, 2007
To the Tehran Station | January 25, 2007
The Politics of Pants | January 25, 2007
Clutterology | January 25, 2007
Possibly the Smartest Blogroll in the History of Blogrolls, to Date | January 25, 2007
Quick Study | January 24, 2007
Scott McLemee | January 24, 2007