NEWS | Rolling Stone to face New Defamation Lawsuit

Long troubled culture magazine, Rolling Stone is facing another round in court, this time another defamation case, over its bumbling of the 'A Rape on Campus' story published in 2014
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NEWS | Rolling Stone to face New Defamation Lawsuit

EDITORIAL | From the Strands of Rev. Yours Dudely: You’re not wrong, you’re an asshole

Recently, it was brought to my attention that there is a perception in the neighborhood I reside in, that I'm an "asshole." A long time ago, I'd been rather uptight and
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EDITORIAL | From the Strands of Rev. Yours Dudely: You’re not wrong, you’re an asshole

COMMENTARY | On ANTIFA and the Impotence of Violence

  CHAOS is the enemy of power. What else does ANTIFA offer, in the perpetuating of confrontation, wallowing in self-righteous indignation, seeing Nazi's punched, sharing videos, sharing all the same talking
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COMMENTARY | On ANTIFA and the Impotence of Violence

MUSIC | Juggalos, Nazis, and the Bi-Polar Face of the American People

On the morning of September 16th, 2017, the Reflecting Pool of the Lincoln Memorial mirrored the sullen Autumn sky.  As the day drew on, however, this tranquil scene would soon be
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MUSIC | Juggalos, Nazis, and the Bi-Polar Face of the American People

EDITORIAL | Rolling Stone up for Sale

It was announced yesterday that Rolling Stone grand poobah, Jann S. Wenner and son Gus were putting their flagship magazine brand up for sale, bringing about the end of an
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EDITORIAL | Rolling Stone up for Sale

SHORT STORY | Hurricane Caffeine

  Caffeine supplies were dwindling to dangerously low levels. Given the night of tornado warnings, this was a problem. As was the broken hurricane shutter. Intermittent blackouts were rolling through the area
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SHORT STORY | Hurricane Caffeine

 

COMMENTARY | I was born in 1983

September 18, 2017 Ty Reynolds 0

  I was born in 1983. Fuck me… My mother nearly held out till ’84, but that wouldn’t have made a difference. The end of ’85 like my brother, though? Lucky little prick. He may have snuck in there before the cut-off. Probably landed in the grace period, if nothing […]

EDITORIAL | From the Strands of Reverend Yours Dudely

September 17, 2017 Donnie Casto II 0

Life on the cosmic rug called Earth at best is humanly exhausting. On the journey to achieving self-knowledge of what condition our condition is in, we are inevitably going to face the emotional equivalent of The Big Lebowski: Treehorn’s thugs, Maude, Walter, and nihilists wanting to cut off our proverbial Johnson. […]

GAMING | Bethesda Creation Club: Who Cares?

September 15, 2017 b1nx 0

There seems to be a big fuss over Bethesda’s Creation Club, the latest bit of content which has become available for Fallout titles and Skyrim, And I’d like to take a moment and explain why no one who plays these titles should give a shit. This article is the result […]

SHORT STORY | An Experience Driving for Uber

September 15, 2017 August Harper 0

I lost my job in the spring of 2017. After a month of depression and the depletion of my funds, I started selling my most useless, although valuable possessions. Items sold are as follows: A bicycle without a seat or innertubes, a vintage slide projector from the 1950’s, a child’s […]

GAMING | First Impressions of Destiny 2

September 13, 2017 b1nx 0

Despite issues surrounding the availability of my machine (namely its presence on a rock in the middle of the Pacific Ocean until earlier this week), and also a severe lack of time to even sit down and start working my way through the campaign, I’m currently a little over two […]