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I live in the capital of the world, New York City, and have accepted the baggage it entails.
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Correlation is not causation (except, perhaps, in this case).
 
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The extraordinarily good album Spiderland from the defunct indie band Slint is being remastered. So here, have an interview!

Tags: #music #indie #rock #noiserock #slint #spiderland  
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When I am older with my face bearded and my long hair a tangled mess from my crushed dreams I will start an anarchist party entitled The Anarchist Non-Party for the Appropriation of the Un-United Non-States of No-America.

I hope you will join me in this endeavor.

#party #anarchism #america  
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"Stephen Malkmus has now made more albums with the Jicks than with Pavement—over a span of almost twice as many years—which is both hard to believe and easy to verify."

#thanksobama #indie
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I'm running out of coffee to brew in my French press. #thanksobama #bushsfault #blamecanada #hadtobehillary

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Egads! Atheists? Not in my backyard!

(The world outside N.Y.C. must be a very mad place indeed.)
 
These be desperate times for god-believers. All they have is their lies.
http://objectiveministries.org/kidz/

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Thanks to +Artemis Entreri for the link!

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The following link is a short history on the Tea Party caucus' attempts to repeal the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare).

Contrary to the Tea Party's reality distortion field, this is what it means to not compromise. Instead, the Tea Party acted like bratty children (cue the Ramones) whom when denied acquiescence would throw a temper tantrum till their way is won.

Tags: #obama #teaparty #politics #senate #congress #obamacare  
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This is an interesting little blog post about the problem Indians face as they tune into the internet. As a medium, the internet has a way to level language into certain grammars and spelling. Television and films also exhibit a similar phenomena. In other words, Queens, Brooklyn, Manhattan etc. lack the distinctive and stereotypical tongues of years past, and us New Yorkers speak similar to Californians, Washingtonians etc. Globally, this phenomena exists as well. However once we factor in a place like India with many different languages and regional dialects, these people have to adapt and level their languages in order to effectively use the internet. It'll be interesting to see how this plays out as India continues to modernize. I suspect that the vast array of languages will shrink, as the article seems to suggest.

Tags: #india #linguistics #language #newyorker  
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Africa was created by leftists and college professors. Trust me, I have a cat as my profile picture.

#america #killmenow  
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Keeping Large Crowds Safe
www.newyorker.com

Online version of the weekly magazine, with current articles, cartoons, blogs, audio, video, slide shows, an archive of articles and abstrac

Louis Menand: John Updike’s Cultural Project
www.newyorker.com

Updike wanted to rescue serious fiction from what he saw as a doctrinaire rejection of middle-class life and an apocalyptic interpretation o

AC/DC Retirement Rumors
www.newyorker.com

Having made their fortunes celebrating youth, the aged musicians of AC/DC are now confronted with the indignities of failing health.

Ukraine Situation Further Confused After Appearance by John Travolta
www.newyorker.com

In his remarks, Mr. Travolta referred to Ukraine as “Cranium” and Crimea as “IKEA.”

Vijay Seshadri in The New Yorker
www.newyorker.com

The 2014 Pulitzer Prize in poetry has been awarded to Vijay Seshadri, who has been important to readers of this magazine.

Rick Perry Hopes Combination of Wearing Glasses and Not Talking Will Mak...
www.newyorker.com

“After the 2012 Republican primary, we knew that we needed to solve what we called the Governor’s smartness problem.”

The United States and Israel: What Now for the Honest Broker?
www.newyorker.com

Was there ever a more predictable end to a Middle East peace effort than the demise of John Kerry’s recent initiative?

James Surowiecki: Tesla vs. the Auto Dealers
www.newyorker.com

Last month, New Jersey decreed that Tesla would have to shut down its showrooms. The problem: Tesla sold cars directly to the public, withou

The New and Improved SAT
www.newyorker.com

Please write an essay of at least four tweets in length. Don’t forget to use punctuation and stuff.

Rizzoli Bookstore's Last Day
www.newyorker.com

In the nineteen-nineties I was a morbidly regular attendee at going-out-of-business sales for numerous storied Manhattan bookshops.

The inventor of everything
www.theverge.com

It’s a sunny morning in Camarillo, California, and the fields along Pleasant Valley road are full of berry pickers in colored sweatshirts mo

Google Camera
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Google Camera snaps quick and easy photos and videos, and has creative picture modes like Photo Sphere, Lens Blur and Panorama.Features • Ph

Attack of the week: OpenSSL Heartbleed
blog.cryptographyengineering.com

Ouch. (Logo from heartbleed.com) I start every lecture in my security class by asking the students to give us any interesting security or cr

The Internet's Telltale Heartbleed
www.newyorker.com

Heartbleed is as bad as it is possible for a security flaw to be.

What will the Supreme Court be like without Justice John Paul Stevens?
www.newyorker.com

Online version of the weekly magazine, with current articles, cartoons, blogs, audio, video, slide shows, an archive of articles and abstrac

Adam Gopnik: When Did Faith Start to Fade?
www.newyorker.com

A history of modern atheism would be nice to have. Peter Watson’s “The Age of Atheists” could have been that book, but it isn’t.

The Real Colbert Will Triumph on the 'Late Show'
www.newyorker.com

We’ve been more eager than Colbert himself to protect his conservative-host persona.

Rename Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport
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The most annoying thing about Washington, D.C., is its airports—not the facilities, but the names.

The Late Stephen Colbert
www.newyorker.com

What will happen when the interviewer is Stephen Colbert, not “Stephen Colbert”?

Philip Gourevitch: Remembering the Genocide in Rwanda
www.newyorker.com

In Kigali last week, thousands of mourners converged on Amahoro Stadium to remember the season of slaughter that decimated Rwanda twenty yea

Great to visit with family and friends; experience the thrill of living out Osama's last comfortable days complete with shooting and press coverage. Unlike terrorists, you're protected by the corrupt Pakistani government - therefore, you shouldn't fear for your safety!
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