3 January 2011
Here’s why we all seem to suffer from seasonal resolution syndrome. If math was taught like this, we might actually learn something — such as how to analyze car-bombing by the numbers? This first part of this should be playing in every bar, every day. The truth wears off. Who knew that putting your feet in vodka wouldn’t get you boozy? If one examines precultural dematerialism, one is faced with a choice: either reject postmaterialist cultural theory or conclude that language is a legal fiction. There are only two things that people are really, really interested in: sex and fortune telling. The economy of the (liberal) gaze. What Hunter Thompson and James Joyce have in common, for at least one guy. Who Protects Antiquity? These guys, maybe. A man and a bomb walk into a bank.