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Wow, Bob Mackey! on Twitter: "doing deep Simpsons research and noticing a LOT of notes from MG about removing racist/ableist/homophobic jokes… "
aw. current writers should take notes.

(I have now not-watched The Simpsons for 2x as long as I did-watch it, with the exception of episodes circa 2016 playing in the laundromat)
bobservo  simpsons  notebook  criticism  editing  matt_groening  writer  writing  tv  1990s  culture  racism  handwriting 
april 2018 by cluebucket
Sontaku: Japan's word of the year reflects its deep political unease — Quartz
流行語大賞: "The winner is sontaku, a hitherto little-used and neutral term that best represents the Japanese political zeitgeist this year, as criticism over prime minister Shinzo Abe’s concentration of power grew sharper. The word refers to people who perform pre-emptive acts to ingratiate themselves to their superiors, and came into use this year with reference to a scandal relating to a nationalist-school operator that implicated Abe and his wife."  word  japanese  sontaku  politics  scandal  shinzo_abe  安倍晋三  2017  2010s  criticism  vocabulary  list  jiyukokuminsha  忖度 
january 2018 by cluebucket Email Discussion Forums
remember those days+nights in autumn '16 when I'd be poring over these forums for hours? y'... y'member?
email  forum  discussion  community  internet  criticism  rant  runbox  yahoo  gmail  question  guide  q&a 
october 2017 by cluebucket
teen mom 2 season 7 finale special - YouTube
I can't watch Teen Mom/MTV online anymore so I'm getting my fix through Andre Epps' amazing reviews

"I woulda did a Kail on that ass"
youtube  mtv  tv  review  criticism  video  andre_epps  2017  2010s  funny  vlog  teen_mom  reality_tv 
may 2017 by cluebucket
Zombie Simpsons: How the Best Show Ever Became the Broadcasting Undead | Dead Homer Society
"Zombie Simpsons is a show on the FOX Network that’s been airing on Sundays at 8pm since roughly the year 2000."  simpsons  tv  season  autopsy  writing  criticism  zombie  charlie_sweatpants  1980s  1990s  2000s  2010s  chapter  book  *to_read 
january 2017 by cluebucket
COLUMN-Commentary: The high cost of Turkey's crackdown | Reuters
"Erdoan himself has initiated some 1,900 defamation lawsuits, often solely on the basis of ironic, mocking, or even obnoxious social media posts."  david_kaye  turkey  necmye_alpay  prison  tayyip_erdoan  criticism  rights  translation  writer  government  propaganda  coup  terror  censorship  social_media  repression  united_nations  2016  2010s 
december 2016 by cluebucket
Jann Wenner - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
so this person is the editor of Rolling Stone, which just decided to endorse Hillary Clinton (putting exactly zero compelling/new arguments forward, and blissfully ignoring real issues/questions)

one of the comments characterizes it succinctly as a 70-year-old businessman / media mogul 'with a private jet endorses Hillary? Shocking'

tangential but I think also fairly important is to know about the Hootie & the Blowfish kerfuffle in which he was involved (pinned here)
wikipedia  wiki  biography  hootie_and_the_blowfish  1990s  jann_wenner  rolling_stone  controversy  control  criticism  money  dumb  review  wealth 
march 2016 by cluebucket
The “Bernie Bros” Narrative: a Cheap Campaign Tactic Masquerading as Journalism and Social Activism
"I see nothing wrong with journalists being vehemently devoted to a political candidate. But it's important to know what it is... Have pro-Clinton journalists and pundits been subjected to some vile, abusive, and misogynistic rhetoric from random, anonymous internet supporters of Sanders who are angry over their Clinton support? Of course they have. Does that reflect in any way on the Sanders campaign or which candidate should win the Democratic primary? Of course it does not."  glenn_greenwald  2016  2010s  criticism  bullying  internet  media  jeremy_corbyn  hillary_clinton  bernie_sanders  support  narrative  journalism  scandal  harassment  politics  politician  abuse 
february 2016 by cluebucket
Death to Bullshit
"do we want to be part of the 90% of noise out there, or do we want to be part of the 10% of signal?"  bullshit  brad_frost  product  web  internet  noise  bloatware  experience  manifesto  design  social_media  james_gleick  format  minimalism  criticism  2010s 
november 2015 by cluebucket
Why trying to help poor countries might actually hurt them - The Washington Post
"The United States gave aid to Ethiopia for decades under then-President Meles Zenawi Asres, because he opposed Islamic fundamentalism and Ethiopia was so poor. Never mind that Asres was 'one of the most repressive and autocratic dictators in Africa'"
angus_deaton  nobel_prize  economics  aid  charity  poverty  development  princeton  study  professor  government  corruption  health  colonialism  controversy  skepticism  criticism  ana_swanson  2015  2010s  1980s  1970s  africa  zaire  rwanda  ethiopia  somalia  biafra  khmer_rouge  cambodia  thailand  asia  war  humanitarian  the_great_escape  wealth  inequality  dictatorship  power  data  chart  growth 
october 2015 by cluebucket
Mad Men and the Coke Jingle Theory — The Message — Medium
"This move to try to sneak credit for the Coke ad under the table to the thoroughly made-up Don Draper raises some serious concerns. ... there is nobody in Mad Men, even in this final episode, who in the slightest way resembles Billy Davis. What’s more, the world of the show is constructed in such a way as to suggest that not only does he not exist, but that he could not have existed."  mad_men  tv  1960s  1970s  coca-cola  jingle  ad  history  billy_davis  tim_carmody  ebony  racism  erasure  america  song  1971  motown  revision  criticism 
june 2015 by cluebucket
'American Sniper' Is Almost Too Dumb to Criticize | Rolling Stone
haven't seen it. he says "Eastwood, who surely knows better," (... but I wonder?)

"The problem of course is that there's no such thing as 'winning' the War on Terror militarily. In fact the occupation led to mass destruction, hundreds of thousands of deaths, a choleric lack of real sanitation, epidemic unemployment, and political radicalization that continues to this day to spread beyond Iraq's borders.

"Yet the movie glosses over all of this, and makes us think that killing Mustafa was some kind of decisive accomplishment -- the single shot that kept terrorists out of the coffee shops of San Francisco or whatever."  matt_taibbi  review  movie  film  clint_eastwood  iraq  war  politics  forrest_gump  bradley_cooper  chris_kyle  american_sniper  2015  2010s  soldier  hero  violence  psychopath  fiction  disturbing  criticism  vietnam  veteran  cambodia  laos 
january 2015 by cluebucket
ざまあみろ - 日本語俗語辞書
zamaamiro~ explanation.
see also 様をみろ、ざまあみやがれ…
= 失敗した醜いさまを自分で見てみろ。
"serves you right" / "see what happens" / "you suck too" kinda scoff etc  俗語  日本語  japanese  language  dictionary  slang  idiom  expression  phrase  scoff  criticism    見る  command  江戸時代  edo  meaning  word  retort  comeback 
october 2014 by cluebucket
This Asshole Misses the Shutdown
"San Francisco is, says Palihapitiya, 'where the value is created.' The value. The Value. All of it! And to someone like this, who truly believes he's living in the most powerful, creative, resplendent urban center on our planet, what else could the government, public works, or anything outside his own interest be but a distraction, a reason to look somewhere else but Twitter or the mirror? And what's someone struggling with furlough but a loser without a vague app idea and a wealthy friend?"
sam_biddle  writing  news  valleywag  gawker  criticism  san_francisco  technology  company  economy  asshole  money  entitlement  government  value  shutdown  nymag  kevin_roose  chamath_palihapitiya  twitter  tweet  jason_calacanis  gridlock  individualism  wealth 
october 2013 by cluebucket
Man Quits Internet: Goodbye, Hugo Schwyzer | The Hairpin
from Mira in comments section: "...when one of the most high-profile practitioners of his extra-gross brand of exploitation leaves the Internet, we're allowed to celebrate it. Publicly speaking as a feminist when you aren't actually a feminist really is a serious problem for feminism, especially when the speaker is a dude, because by virtue of his gender he will be taken more seriously by more people who are more willing to listen to him than will any dozen actual feminists who happen to be women. It's naive at best to pretend that this doesn't happen."

plus golden real-time reactions (also in comments) to his redone 'Goodbye Part 2'
thehairpin  2010s  hugo_schwyzer  criticism  takedown  feminism  susan_elizabeth_shepard  chris_randle  malcolm_harris  interview  racism  classism  patriarchy  persecution  goodbye  dramatic  misogyny  rant  absurd  murder  suicide  abuse  fraud  culture 
august 2013 by cluebucket
Hugo Schwyzer, Manic Pixie Dream Girls and telling our own stories | National Post
missed this somehow. very good: "Schwyzer uses the trope in exactly the same way Zach Braff and the whole coterie of sad man adultalescents have"

also, last line FTW  emily_m._keeler  hugo_schwyzer  takedown  criticism  writing  laurie_penny  men  women  feminism  manic_pixie_dream_girl  nathan_rabin  narrative  theatlantic  thenewstatesman  garden_state  ally  behavior  fraud 
august 2013 by cluebucket
xkcd: The Pace of Modern Life
"The cause of the ... increase in nervous disease is increased demand made by the conditions of modern life upon the brain." --1896

"Mr Long Walk" haha
xkcd  quote  1870s  1880s  1890s  1900s  1910s  19th_century  20th_century  letter  writing  mail  criticism  communication  pace  life  newspaper  travel  time  sensationalism  stimulation  mania  nervous  history  reading  imagination  op-ed  conversation  speed 
august 2013 by cluebucket
Hijacking feminism - Opinion - Al Jazeera English
"US women do not need to change their attitude; they need, first, job security, good childcare, livable wages for the work they do, and physical security."
"Indeed, it is extremely disturbing that for these high-powered women the 'woman problem' is no longer about social justice, equity and women's emancipation - as if these have already been achieved - but about affect, behaviour modification and well-roundedness."
aljazeera  op-ed  catherine_rottenberg  feminism  class  race  wealth  economics  culture  hype  criticism  lynne_huffer  zillah_eisenstein  sheryl_sandberg  anne-marie_slaughter  elite  justice  society  america  1970s  2010s  2013  2012  theatlantic  women  facebook  balance  revolution  work  family 
march 2013 by cluebucket
Is Friendship Better than Romance? | New Republic
"Of course, Flora has a stake in re-packaging the obvious."
"The dullness would be almost comical were it not so insulting."
newrepublic  alice_gregory  review  book  nonfiction  pop-science  friendship  criticism  caitlin_flora  writing  takedown  2013  2010s 
february 2013 by cluebucket
Why Are You So Intimidated By Girls Liking Rap Music? | NOISEY
"[P]rotectively fencing in a culture can only lead to stagnation. This ... means that women's opinions on rap music are actually pretty important, because the crazy thing about circle jerks is that they are circular."
"And the irony of white men, who are—perhaps for the first time (which may actually explain a lot here)—forced to repeatedly defend their place at the table of contemporary rap discourse, turning to apply a similarly stubborn, protective exclusivity on women's place in rap, is not lost here. (And what is even being protected? The internet is literally infinite; there's a metric fuck-ton of room at this table.)"
meaghan_garvey  vice  noisey  writing  rap  music  commentary  criticism  misogyny  internet  culture  2013  2010s  hiphop 
january 2013 by cluebucket
Japan’s Cleanup After a Nuclear Accident Is Denounced -
"There had been high hopes about the government’s disaster reconstruction plan. It was announced four months after the March 2011 disaster, which declared Japan would draw on the most advanced decontamination know-how possible.

"But confusion over who would conduct and pay for the cleanup slowed the government response. It took nine months for the central government to decide that it would take charge of decontamination work in 11 of the heaviest-contaminated towns and cities in Fukushima, leaving the rest for local governments to handle."

oh wait, there's this little nut:

"'Even if a method works overseas, the soil in Japan is different, for example,' said Hidehiko Nishiyama, deputy director at the environment ministry, who is in charge of the Fukushima cleanup. 'And if we have foreigners roaming around Fukushima, they might scare the old grandmas and granddads there.'"

hiroko_tabuchi  nytimes  japan  fukushima  cleanup  environment  disaster  nuclear_plant  2013  2011  2012  2010s  contamination  criticism  technology 
january 2013 by cluebucket
Maria Bamford's 'Special Special Special!' Online |
"Ms. Bamford takes a moment to imagine what’s it like to believe in God, spinning out a carefully wrought metaphor: 'You know when you are in a third-world shantytown at midnight, and you’re terrified, but then off in the distance you see the glowing logo of an international conglomerate, and you just feel like: Everything’s going to be O.K.' Then she added: 'Maybe it’s time I seek the Exxon within.'

"It’s a funny, well-written joke delivered with the solemn tone of a woman thrilled to find solace. Her parents didn’t laugh. That silence is fascinating."
maria_bamford  jason_zinoman  nytimes  2012  2010s  comedian  video  review  writing  criticism  audience  comedy  stand-up  parenting  mental_health  family  faith  joke  metaphor  quote  corporation  funny  silence 
december 2012 by cluebucket
About This Chris Brown and Jenny Johnson Twitter Beef... | Awesomely Luvvlie
I resolve from here on out to read fewer articles about celeb-ish twitter beefs, but this one makes some good points.
awesomelyluvvlie  twitter  comedian  musician  celebrity  fight  argument  shame  abuse  bullying  bullshit  criticism  takedown  2012  2010s  racism  feminism  rihanna 
november 2012 by cluebucket
Pinkification: how breast cancer awareness got commodified for profit | SE Smith | Comment is free |
"The path of the pink ribbon, and breast cancer awareness in general, reflects a larger problem experienced by social movements. It seems that every time they develop a tool of solidarity and something to use as they work in a coalition to address a specific social issue, that tool is handily repurposed for profits – and before anyone can move to take it back, it's too late."

thinkin bout it

last comment of the article, hm, what?
s.e._smith  guardian  cancer  breast_cancer  ribbon  awareness  campaign  profit  activism  criticism  writing  society  culture  corporation  susan_komen  capitalism  pink  2012  2010s  op-ed  shame 
october 2012 by cluebucket
Is that blogging?: We spent fucking years talking everybody out of popup windows
"and now 90% of sites are doing this. Great job, thought leaders. Bright futures all round."
distorte  tumblr  rant  criticism  ad  internet  popup  annoyance  2010s  21st_century 
august 2012 by cluebucket
Tiger Beatdown › Lives worth living: Disability, abortion, and slipshod ethics
"Inevitably, the fact that it’s possible to test for many common disabilities means that abortion for disability is going to come up as a topic. This is a fraught ethical subject, and it’s fraught in no small part because of the social devaluation of disability. On the right, people with disabilities are fetishised as tools and instruments to a larger end; conservatives make sweeping statements about ‘respecting life’ when it comes to fetuses who might be born with disabilities, though of course they do nothing to support those fetuses once they’re born. This rhetoric does not allow room for the fundamental humanity of people with disabilities. Meanwhile, the left treats us like we don’t exist and aren’t a part of society, and don’t belong in society, frequently advancing arguments like Sierra’s: that abortion for disability is, quote, ‘a positive moral choice.‘
"What I am pushing for is disability as a value-neutral status that individual disabled people, not the people around them, get to make of what they will. Maybe that means celebrating your amazing body. Maybe that means corrective surgery. Maybe that means something else entirely."
tigerbeatdown  s.e._smith  disability  choice  abortion  politics  response  essay  criticism  ethics  conservative  liberal  humanity  rhrealitycheck  rhetoric  argument  writing  speculation  rights  value  ableism  2012  2010s  society  21st_century 
august 2012 by cluebucket
Tomato Nation » Like A Dog To Its Own Vomit
"It's discomfiting how hard tries... I liked a few of the features,... but most of them trade on nostalgia for old-school Sassy confessional directness, except now it's tone-deaf. In Jane, the gossipy tone often curdled with twee self-regard; here, it's both narcissistic and extraneous — confessional directness isn't exactly in short supply on _the internet_."

"Get out of your own bellybutton for five minutes maybe."
tomatonation  sarah_bunting  jane_pratt  xojane  writing  criticism  magazine  tone-deaf  gossip  moving_on  editing  2011  2010s  editor  funny  takedown  TWoP  televisionwithoutpity  21st_century 
june 2012 by cluebucket
Tomato Nation » Jane D'oh!
"I would rather take beauty advice from Janet Reno than read six pages of bubbleheaded twelve-stepped 'butterflies mean freedom' Buddha-babble from the Drewster. I mean, can we put this in perspective?"
1997  1990s  jane_pratt  jane_magazine  funny  writing  criticism  magazine  publishing  women  sassy  takedown  drew_barrymore  bust  sara_bunting  tomatonation  20th_century 
june 2012 by cluebucket
Sally Quinn Forced to Dine With Non-Fake Friends -- Daily Intel
"Seriously. Hardly a week goes by without somebody blaming partisan polarization on the lack of proper dinner parties or, in an occasional twist, lunch.
"Quinn’s essay follows the general contours of this genre, but she adds her own uniquely mortifying touches. Her mourning of the decline of the Georgetown dinner party sweeps together such disparate trends as the appearance of a Kardashian at the White House Correspondents' Dinner, Citizens United, hard times at newspapers, and the appearance on the scene of “25-year-old bloggers.” The result of all these baffling developments is that Quinn now has to have dinner with actual friends and not just people using each other for access to power."
dc  sally_quinn  nymag  daily_intel  posh  class  dinner_party  politics  criticism  jonathan_chait  2012  2010s  washingtonpost  strom_thurmond  kim_kardashian  writer  power  cargo_cult  21st_century 
june 2012 by cluebucket
The Tyranny of 'She's Just Jealous' - Jezebel
"It's the Fox News Defense, a great way for people who can't see beyond a woman's femininity and into her ideas to defend women they've decided they support, since treating all lady dissent with the "she's just jealous" panacea assumes that the rest of the public is similarly incapable of separating breasts from brains."
jezebel  erin_gloria_ryan  2012  2010s  argument  criticism  jealousy  envy  mitt_romney  politics  shutdown  politician  writing  essay  petty  sarah_palin  bristol_palin  defense  retort  comeback  women  21st_century 
june 2012 by cluebucket
Karmin News, Video and Gossip - Gawker
state of the pop music: "Is the Insufferable Karmin Run Already Over?"
gawker  karmin  pop  musician  band  horrible  criticism  release  2012  2010s  music  writing  rant  funny  takedown  hater  rich_juzwiak  max_read  debut  indifference  apathy  21st_century 
may 2012 by cluebucket
Our “white people problems” problem: Why it’s time to stop using “white” as a pejorative  | TV | For Our Consideration | The A.V. Club
"To some extent, this is mainly a personal beef. I get annoyed whenever anyone slaps a label on something and then presumes that the label itself says all that needs to be said. Whenever a critic or a potential audience member sniffs about “dad rock” or “chick lit” or “one for the fanboys,” it raises my hackles. If you’d rather not engage with what a piece of art actually is—as in, what it expresses and how well it expresses it—then fine. But don’t presume some kind of superiority because of that choice. One of the biggest fallacies in the way we talk about art is this idea that somehow personal taste equates to quality: That each of us miraculously only enjoys movies and music that are the best of their respective medium, and ergo, any movies and music we don’t enjoy must be terrible."
noel_murray  avclub  writing  tv  culture  media  whiteness  white  whitepeople  catchphrase  snark  pejorative  race  race-baiting  criticism  label  2012  2010s  girls  hbo  21st_century 
may 2012 by cluebucket
SWINGING MODERN SOUNDS #30: What Is And Is Not Masculine - The
"The hip crowds who liked the swagger of 'fake jazz' dematerialized in New York City rather quickly when the Lounge Lizards became more complex. The fault here would seem to lie with the audience, with the 'known world, basically,' with the kinds of audience members who wanted to 'sleep with' Lurie or 'punch him in the face,' which is to say the heartless and artless and celebrity-afflicted, the profile writers, the would-bes, but nevermind.
"'Mystery illness' sounds a great deal like it is blaming the victim, an interpretation that becomes increasingly obvious when the day on which Lurie fell ill is more noteworthy, in Friend’s profile, for his concerns about penile size than his illness. ...Is there no attempt, by the reporter to look into chronic Lyme and to attempt to understand it? Are all sufferers with 'fibromyalgia' just neurotic women who need to lighten up and enjoy life?
"Because strange details are a kind of modesty, they are Lurie refusing to dwell on the painful stuff in conversation. It’s in the music, yes, high feeling is always in the music, is always confronted there directly, not in words, but in music and its capacity for high feeling, and that is lost on Friend, because the music is lost on Friend, who considers it 'borderline annoying,' and undestined to sell lots of copies. More copies would mean more interest would mean closer to the movies, or a cinematic level of cultural penetration, which would mean bingo!"
john_lurie  tad_friend  writing  therumpus  rick_moody  newyorker  profile  john_perry  criticism  2011  2010s  takedown  nyc  lounge_lizards  1980s  musician  illness  lyme_disease  masculine  jazz  essay  gossip  stalking  stalker  artist  saxophone  music  audio  youtube  disgust  21st_century  20th_century 
march 2012 by cluebucket
The US schools with their own police | World News | the Guardian
"Such cases are not limited to Texas. In one notorious instance in California, a school security officer broke the arm of a girl he was arresting for failing to clear up crumbs after dropping cake in the school canteen. In another incident, University of Florida campus police tasered a student for pressing Senator John Kerry with an awkward question at a debate after he had been told to shut up."
jesus. via John
guardian  uk  texas  police  school  education  punishment  judge  court  crime  child  teenage  discipline  criticism  2010s  security  misbehavior  california  violation  rights  death  jaime_gonzalez  ticket  sarah_bustamantes  teacher  brutality  21st_century 
january 2012 by cluebucket
News for TV Majors: 2 Broke Girls at TCA
"the ultra-awkward 2 Broke Girls panel at [Television Critics' Association], where showrunner Michael Patrick King did not take kindly to critics' questions related to the show's jokes about race."
newsfortvmajors  tv  2012  panel  criticism  critic  twitter  takedown  tca  michael_patrick_king  racism  joke  comedy  stereotype  character  script  facial  gay  excuse  2010s  21st_century 
january 2012 by cluebucket
What does a General Assembly do? « Disaster Notes
"'There’s no ideal form of action. What’s essential is that action assume a certain form, that it give rise to a form instead of having one imposed on it... As for deciding on actions, the principle could be as follows: each person should do their own reconnaissance, the information would then be put together, and the decision will occur to us rather than being made by us. The circulation of knowledge cancels hierarchy; it equalizes by raising up.'"
disaster_notes  queldesastre  2011  2010s  occupywallstreet  austin  ga  assembly  meeting  group  anarchism  vote  politics  oakland  2008  coming_insurrection  quote  book  criticism  traxus4420  action  decision  communication  community  commune  21st_century 
december 2011 by cluebucket
NBC's "Whitney" and CBS' "2 Broke Girls" : The New Yorker
"The problem is that 'Whitney' is a terrible show, though in ways that resonate with our culture’s debates about women and humor..."

"...Women are conniving and dull. The show feels startlingly retro and cruel... Yet in later episodes of 'Whitney' the mood becomes less caustic (you can practically hear the network notes), which only makes things worse. Whitney’s boyfriend calls her his 'best friend,' the audience awws, and the show, which has so little heart, loses even its cold, dark soul, as Whitney morphs from Lucy into Harriet, the patient and boring wife."
2011  2010s  nbc  tv  review  writing  newyorker  emily_nussbaum  whitney  two_broke_girls  whitney_cummings  cbs  sitcom  comedy  criticism  culture  women  feminism  comedian  wtf_pod  marc_maron  lucille_ball  sarah_silverman  racism  sexism  double_standard  liz_lemon  21st_century 
december 2011 by cluebucket
The Worst Addiction of Them All | The Nation
KV: "If Western Civilization were a person, we would be directing it to the nearest meeting of War-Preparers Anonymous. We would be telling it to stand up before the meeting and say, 'My name is Western Civilization. I am a compulsive war- preparer. I have lost everything I ever cared about. I should have come here long ago. I first hit bottom in World War I.' Western Civilization cannot be represented by a single person, of course, but a single explanation for the catastrophic course it has followed during this bloody century is possible. We the people, because of our ignorance of the disease, have again and again entrusted power to people we did not know were sickies."
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october 2011 by cluebucket

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