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The Greatest NY Times Wedding Story Ever

The New York Times is probably this nation’s greatest newspaper, with world class investigative journalism, phenomenal writing, and a fantastic opinion page. But it’s much much more than that. The Times is a status symbol and, for a certain type of person, it is as important to be seen in public reading the Times as … Continue reading

The Whitest Thing I Have Ever Read

It was fun to read this guy play into a stereotype. Jason Diamond is a writer. Dude got published in The Paris Review. Sadly (awww!), all anyone remembers is that he used to pour coffee. Let’s see if we can find a couple insufferable clichés he clicks off in this New York Times memoir-y piece … Continue reading

Apple: The evil company that anti-corporate liberals love

Willard M. Romney, America’s Ken doll on the campaign trail, once said, “Corporations are people, my friend.” Even if DNA tests were to one day confirm this Republican truism, it would not necessarily make the reverse true. (Remember geometry class. Squares and rectangles, yo!) But, who knows, maybe people and corporations are interchangeable! To find … Continue reading

Occupy Wall Street and Eff You Money Restaurants

As thousands march through Wall Street, shouting “We are the 99 percent!” and protesting America’s transformation into an oligarchy, Sam Sifton, outgoing food critic for the New York Times’ styles section, that bohemian bile of bullshit aimed at the other one percent whose heads are too firmly entrenched up their own foie gras-filled asses to … Continue reading