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stinging snobbery

Andrew Stuttaford links to a piece by Brendan O’Neill that puts into a pithy phrase the thing that just crawls under my skin and irritates at a low grade burn most of the time, but erupts into a volcanic flame … Continue reading

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meditations on coyotes

Kevin Williamson has a longish article on the clash of cultures that we are currently experiencing in this country. It is all delicious and you should therefore read it all, but I liked this bit in particular talking about my … Continue reading

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price of perpetual boyhood

Amy Holmes is wondering if there is a price for men to pay in their pursuit of perpetual adolescence. Inher post on The Corner she says about the death of DJ AM [Adam Goldstein]: But consider: He died a 36-year-old … Continue reading

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