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Ian Crouch
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Writes about sports, culture, and books at newyorker.com.
Writes about sports, culture, and books at newyorker.com.

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A James Bond theme song has to have the title of the movie in it, even if it's totally cheesy. Otherwise, the songwriters are cheating.

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Ryan Adams could make a take-out menu sound rueful. Even so, his reinterpretation of Taylor Swift's "1989" feels personal, sincere, and generous.

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Eye of the Tiger can inspire people to do just about anything. It must be used carefully.

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Serena and Venus don't pretend to be having any fun when they play each other.

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Going "all in" used to mean something about taking risks, often desperate risks. Now it just means being excited.

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Why are the Muppets on Twitter?

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Tom Brady managed to win the case and somehow rehabilitate his image, too.

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I wrote about BoJack Horseman, and why all the best TV comedies are about anger, loneliness, and despair. Get ready to laugh!

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Chris Farley was big in everything he did. It is a shame that we never got the chance to see him try to be small.

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When it comes to Deflategate, we are all Donald Trump: clueless and passionate.
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