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GOP Hates Fems

So, the other day, we were sitting around morbidly thinking about suicide. Not that we’re planning on doing it, you understand. We were just sort of idly reflecting on the most effective ways of getting the job done, should we ever…you know…get tempted. At first we considered overdosing on chocolate donuts, an idea that had…

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From Jerry Tarr

Jerry Tarr is our resident collage-making parodist and master meme-master. Here are some of his more vicious contributions for the day…        

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Let’s Die Some More In Syria

Destroyed tanks in Syria

On the off chance you missed it, Secretary of State Rex (“Rambo Pants”) Tillerson has announced that American troops will remain in Syria even though ISIS is officially defeated. In other words, we are going to have US troops on the ground, potentially facing off with Syrian troops and their allies from Russia and Iran.…

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Jared’s Just A Boy With Good Breeding

Anthropormorphic Lion

By Scorch “They were careless people, Tom and Daisy—they smashed up things and creatures and then retreated back into their money or their vast carelessness or whatever it was that kept them together, and let other people clean up the mess they had made.”― F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby It seems, at least according…

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BOA Scores Big, Screws Many

Vintage Bankers Celebrating

by Scorch From the oh-god-damn-f**king-crap file… The Bank of America, the famed and too big to fail super-bank, scored really big in the current GOP tax bill. It will save at least three billion dollars. That’s three billion dollars. As in Three. Billion. Dollars. So, in perfectly logical trickle down economic theory, all that money…

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Ursula Le Guin Dies At 88

Ursula Le Guin

LR Net was saddened to learn that the writer Ursula K. Le Guin passed away on Monday at the age of 88. Le Guin did much to revolutionize science fiction, fantasy, and speculative fiction over the course of her long and eventful career. She also forced the publishing world to reconsider (and take seriously) the…

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Polemic on Politicians and Society

The Sage

By Michael E. Berumen I don’t mean this in a personal way. It’s not about a particular politician, though I could name many–––but I simply don’t like politicians as a class, and that is true notwithstanding their political orientation, indeed, even when I agree with many of their positions. There are times I might even…

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