Posts Tagged ‘new yorker’

Monday Medley

What we read while Mitt Romney convinced us to take responsibility for our lives…

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Monday Medley

What we read while Chicago public school students didn’t…

Monday Medley

What we read while Mega Millions disproved rational choice theory…

Monday Medley

What we read while Billy Crystal sang…

Monday Medley

What we read while Martin Luther King, Jr. was rolling over in his grave….

  • Whiskey may very well be the NPI liquor of choice, so we’re glad to see it in Japan.

Monday Medley

What we read while lamenting the destruction of traditional marriage…

  • Further proof that William Faulkner can write about anything, as if we needed it. Remember the words of Moe Szyslak: “William Faulkner can write an exhaust pipe gag that would really make you think.” Our favorite sentence from this Faulkner Sports Illustrated piece from 1955? “But [the ice] looked not expectant but resigned, like the mirror simulating ice in the Christmas store window, not before the miniature fir trees and reindeer and cosy lamplit cottage were arranged upon it, but after they had been dismantled and cleared away.”
  • We are far from the first ones on this, but sometimes, taking two things that independently aren’t funny, like say, Kanye West tweets and New Yorker cartoons, and putting them together equals comic gold.

Monday Medley

What we read while taking it easy with our Irish Lit baseball puns…