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2015 Minnesota State High School All Hockey Hair Team - YouTube
via Kenji... this is so creepy but also so funny and there are also so many videos in the backlog.
2015  2010s  minnesota  high_school  youtube  creepy  video  review  hair  salad  classic  style  teenage 
april 2019 by cluebucket
The “Nathan for You” Finale, My New Favorite Love Story | The New Yorker
"As Nathan and Bill’s quest unfolds, and the story about long-lost romance quickly descends into a series of bunko schemes, Bill’s feelings for Frances come into question. His is worse than a case of unrequited love. It’s nothing. The dream evaporates in some acrid vapor. But, almost as suddenly, a new dream is born."
"I’m starting to see my own life as an experiment in Nathan Fielder’s weird business curriculum. Years ago, for instance, when I was an out-of-work filmmaker, I got a job as a private investigator. In order to get information in one investigation, I had to pose as a filmmaker. I remember the internal confusion this caused, the internal monologue: 'But I am a filmmaker. But I’m also posing as one, because in this context no one can know that I am a filmmaker.' It’s not exactly that I was pretending to be something that I wasn’t. I was pretending to be something that I no longer was but would eventually be again. Still, a kind of uneasiness ensued."
errol_morris  nathan_for_you  documentary  filmmaker  tv  newyorker  2017  2010s  love  belief  review  business  truth  imposter  philip_k_dick  nathan_fielder 
december 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
A Big Little Idea Called Legibility
"The big mistake in this pattern of [the authoritarian high-modernist recipe for] failure is projecting your subjective lack of comprehension onto the object you are looking at, as 'irrationality.' We make this mistake because we are tempted by a desire for legibility."
"the all-seeing statist eye in the sky"
"The reason the formula is generally dangerous... is that it does not operate by a thoughtful consideration of local/global tradeoffs, but through the imposition of a singular view as 'best for all' in a pseudo-scientific sense."
venkatesh_rao  2010  2010s  james_c_scott  blog  organization  failure  reality  society  philosophy  order  utopia  power  nature  control  government  nomad  gypsy  mainstream  map  structure  germany  metaphor  simple  eye  psychology  anxiety  steven_johnson  brain  pattern  name  philippines  vision  reform  city  urban_planning  book  review  caste  architecture 
march 2017 by cluebucket
A woman's lowly place in Japan, mirrored in its language | The Japan Times
女(おんな) woman
奴隷(どれい) slave
姦しい(かしましい) noisy
姦する(かんする) to rape, seduce, assault
嬲り殺し(なぶりごろし) death by torture
嫉む(そねむ) jealousy
女性的(じょせいてき) woman-like
男勝り(おとこまさり) man-surpasser
女以下(おんないか) worse than a woman
良妻賢母(りょうさいけんぼ) good wives & wise mothers
花嫁修業(はなよめしゅぎょう) bridal training
永久就職(えいきゅうしゅうしょく) eternal employment (marital duties)
玉の輿に乗る(たまのこしにのる) marrying a man far richer than oneself
石女(うまずめ) stone woman
畜生腹(ちくしょうばら) beast womb


via Osaka Josh  japanese  language  word  etymology  kanji  gender  women  patriarchy  matriarchy  negative  misogyny  meaning  insult  kittredge_cherry  book  review  sophie_knight  1987  1980s  2017  2010s  definition  phrase  womensword  birth  genitalia  sexism  society  marriage  belief  rape  shinto  employment  tradition  vocabulary 
february 2017 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 Sensualist - The New Yorker
"Seducing another man’s wife could be forgiven; a bad poem, clumsy handwriting, or the wrong perfume could not."

"In Chapter 4, titled 'Yugao,' Genji comes across a run-down house, the abode of a young woman he is about to seduce.

Waley describes the entrance like this: 'There was a wattled fence over which some ivy-like creeper spread its cool green leaves, and among the leaves were white flowers with petals half-unfolded like the lips of people smiling at their own thoughts.'

Seidensticker: 'A pleasantly green vine was climbing a board wall. The white flowers, he thought, had a rather self-satisfied look about them.'

Tyler: 'A bright green vine, its white flowers smiling to themselves, was clambering merrily over what looked like a board fence.'

Washburn: 'A pleasant-looking green vine was creeping luxuriantly up a horizontal trellis, which resembled a board fence. White flowers were blooming on the vine, looking extremely self-satisfied and apparently without a care in the world.'”
ian_buruma  newyorker  tale_of_genji  genji  2015  2010s  review  literature  book  11th_century  translation  murasaki_shikibu  novel  seduction  sex  poetry  dennis_washburn  heian  平安  adultery  源氏物語  junichiro_tanizaki  ivan_morris  buddhism  style  privilege  royalty  sei_shonagon  pillow_book  gender  men  women  royall_tyler  13th_century  history  japanese  1930s  arthur_waley  1976  1970s  edward_seidensticker  prose  moral  utagawa_kunisada  hishikawa_moronobu  polygamy  culture 
march 2016 by cluebucket
Review: In ‘Playing to the Edge,’ Michael V. Hayden, Bush-Era Spymaster, Defends His Record -
Mr. Hayden is also out to settle a few scores. He seems to have more ill will for pesky journalists than for the terrorists in his cross hairs, although his efforts are likely to have the opposite effect intended.
michael_v_hayden  nytimes  cia  nsa  government  torture  review  book  george_w_bush  barack_obama  waterboarding  journalist  2000s  911  ego 
february 2016 by cluebucket
The Origin Story of Marie Kondo’s Decluttering Empire - The New Yorker
"I asked if [Tsuzuki] agreed that the March, 2011, tsunami inspired people to winnow their possessions to the essential, and that Kondo’s book stepped in as the perfect guide. He was skeptical. 'It looks to me,' he wrote, 'that we are entering a cheap, functional, no-character goods decade in Japan. Uniqlo, Muji, and all those corporations became really huge, and our daily life is filled with their merchandise... You wear them for a season, then throw them away. I think this trend helped [Marie Kondo’s] success much more than 3.11.'”
ゴミ屋敷  marie_kondo  konmari  barry_yourgrau  newyorker  2015  2010s  review  book  clutter  kyoichi_tsuzuki  tomohiro_takahashi  nina_saeki  organizer  trauma  hoarding  2011  disorder  tokyo  tsunami  3.11  trend  fast_fashion  uniqlo  muji  disposable  organizing 
january 2016 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
You Farted During "Boyhood" - mw4m
via A.Leland

"There we were, just enjoying a nice quiet Saturday night at the movies. A slow mover, Linklater's 'Boyhood.' Some popcorn. A few sodas. Nothing really happens in the film, we found. For about 90 minutes or so we stare listlessly at the screen. It's a thinking man's film, I say. Beautifully shot. It's about life, and death and relationships and things of that nature. Just then, at a brief, carefully-timed cinematic pause in dialogue, an enormous fart from somewhere in the back pierces an otherwise silent movie theatre. It had the impact of a baseball bat hitting a leather couch, or George Foreman working the heavy bag. Whack. Loud, deep and masculine.The seat cushion heroically absorbed most of the blow, but not enough that each and every person in the movie theatre instantly burst into nervous laughter. The laughter continued for what felt like a good 5 minutes, until tears streamed down our faces. Even well after the blast, we quietly chuckled to ourselves with a 'remember the time that guy farted in the movie theatre' gleam in our eyes. And just like that, with a soft chuckle and a deep breath, we were back into the film. Things happened, people drove around Texas, relationships came and went, there was crying, there was hope. It was as if we had all forgotten about the fart that had brought us together that night. As the sun began to set on screen, the teenage boy, no longer a boy, transitions into an adult, before our very eyes, and looks, intently, lustfully into a young girls eyes, as if to lean in for a kiss, and braaaaaaap. Another fart from the back row, like two giant hands clapping together, and the screen goes dark, roll credits. We decided, after laughing our way out of the theatre, and all the way home, that this was the best movie that we had ever seen. I imagine the lone fartist sauntering off into the sunset. His work here done.
If only I could say thank you, kind sir. You are truly a master of your craft."
craigslist  boyhood  richard_linklated  missed_connection  los_angeles  pasadena  cinema  movie  film  audience  fart  funny  writing  review  fartist  anonymous  2014  2010s 
august 2014 by cluebucket
Mel Brooks and His Wonderful Rejection of Subtlety | Splitsider
"...Brooks’ films have the elements that make it the perfect comedy film “gateway drug,” and should be essential viewing for any kid with an interest in comedy." truedat!  mel_brooks  comedian  film  director  comedy  joke  1950s  1960s  1970s  1980s  joy  writing  review  brad_becker-parton  history_of_the_world_part_I  blazing_saddles  movie  influence  childhood  youtube  video  clip  2013  2010s 
december 2013 by cluebucket
Music is the Best: Captain Beefheart – Unconditionally Guaranteed
just stumbled upon this blog when I was looking for "Lazy Music"... but really liking the EFL writing voice :)
"Music is the Best"
szatrawski  blogspot  music_is_the_best  writing  esl  review  album  music  captain_beefheart  magic_band  2010  2010s  1974  1970s  rock  unconditionally_guaranteed  don_van_vliet  krzysztof_szatrawski 
october 2013 by cluebucket
'Airmail' and 'Here and Now' Reviewed by Alice Gregory | New Republic
"Writing well, after all—with expressive honesty and inventive humor—to people you are not romantically pursuing is one of the most undervalued methods of improving daily life."
newrepublic  airmail  here_and_now  alice_gregory  book  review  writing  writer  correspondence  letter  epistolary  2013  2010s  2000s  1960s  james_joyce  paul_auster  j.m._coetzee  poet  robert_bly  tomas_transtromer  translation  language 
june 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
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
Los Angeles Review of Books - Judy Blume: Three Essays
"In Blume’s writing is evidence of an immensely talented listener. In her hands, Margaret’s voice is so authentic that it’s practically inaudible. “Our new car is a Chevy. It’s green,” is the unassumingly note-perfect conclusion to one paragraph. “She had a big behind. Also, she wore a hat” isn’t played out as a body-parts joke; it’s simply what Margaret sees. Blume employs no tricks: no pointedly botched grammar, punctuational explosions, or would-be comically incongruous “adult” observations ripped from the pages of a Disney Channel teleplay. “The booklet recommended that we use Private Lady sanitary supplies. It was like one big commercial. I made a mental note never to buy Private Lady things when and if I ever needed them.” Blume may be editorializing here, but because we know Margaret so well by now, the comment seems incontestably Margaret’s own."
judy_blume  deenie  tiger_eyes  are_you_there_god  1970s  1970  1973  1980s  1981  essay  writing  youth  book  reading  teenage  nostalgia  puberty  growing_up  life  death  nell_beram  nina_berry  andrea_kleine  fiction  review  lareviewofbooks  2012  2010s  religion  faith  adolescence  novel 
december 2012 by cluebucket
Aimee Mann on How to Be Happy : The New Yorker
Mann thought that happiness was only possible if you didn’t pursue it. “You have to be in acceptance,” she said. “Events of life are mostly not personal, and you can’t take it personally.” She added there was no point in asking why certain things happen. “We don’t get to know why.”
2012  2010s  conversation  review  newyorker  aimee_mann  neil_labute  happiness  philosophy  expectations  life  depression  lyric  musician  john_seabrook  success  calm 
november 2012 by cluebucket
The Scary, Misunderstood Power of a 'Teen Mom' Star's Album - David Cooper Moore - The Atlantic
"Meaning seems obviously there but also impenetrable; like much experimental work, it establishes rules to be learned as you experience it.

"The album is dense, perplexing, and uncomfortable."
theatlantic  farrah_abraham  teenage  teen_mom  art  music  writing  review  album  dance  pop  outsier_art  david_cooper_moore  2012  2010s  internet  awful  trollgaze  my_teenage_dream_ended  21st_century 
september 2012 by cluebucket
Why I Love Marilynne Robinson : The New Yorker
"'On some impulse, plain exuberance, I suppose, the fellow jumped up and caught hold of a branch, and a storm of luminous water came pouring down on the two of them, and they laughed and took off running, the girl sweeping water off her hair and her dress as if she were a little bit disgusted, but she wasn’t. It was a beautiful thing to see, like something from a myth. I don’t know why I thought of that now, except perhaps because it is easy to believe in such moments that water was made primarily for blessing, and only secondarily for growing vegetables or doing the wash.'
"Robinson discusses her conviction that the capacity to make imaginative connections with other people, familiar and foreign, is the basis of community"
mark_o'connell  newyorker  marilynne_robinson  writer  author  book  writing  style  eloquence  religion  christianity  novel  2012  2010s  gilead  morality  imagination  fiction  community  review  21st_century 
september 2012 by cluebucket
Pick up just about any novel and you'll find the phrase "somewhere a dog barked." - Slate Magazine
"If novelists share anything, it's a distant-dog impulse. Picture an author at work: She's exhausted, gazing at her laptop and dreaming about lunch.
"Really, are there so many out-of-sight, noisy dogs in the world? Listen: My bet is you'll hear a highway, an A/C unit, or another human before a dog starts yelping."
slate  rosencrans_baldwin  writing  fiction  review  language  phrase  device  dog  bark  funny  essay  2010  2010s  narrative  trope  hollow  author  writer  trick  21st_century 
august 2012 by cluebucket
Book review: ‘The Social Conquest of Earth,’ by Edward O. Wilson - The Washington Post
“Our ancestors were one of only two dozen or so animal lines ever to evolve eusociality, the next major level of biological organization above the organismic,” Wilson writes. “There, group members across two or more generations stay together, cooperate, care for the young, and divide labor in a way favoring reproduction of some individuals over that in others.”
“A good first step for the liberation of humanity from the oppressive forms of tribalism would be to repudiate, respectfully, the claims of those in power who claim they speak for God, are a special representative of God, or have exclusive knowledge of God’s divine will,” he advises, and he includes in that group purveyors of “dogmatic political ideologies based on unchallengeable precepts, left and right.” Rounding out this view, he adds: “Their leaders may mean well. But humanity has suffered enough from grossly inaccurate history told by mistaken prophets.”
edward_o._wilson  colin_woodward  book  review  washingtonpost  2012  2010s  science  social_conquest  earth  society  humanity  selfishness  altruism  survival  tribalism  greater_good  biology  sociology  eusociality  religion  evolution  competition  ant  colony  21st_century 
april 2012 by cluebucket
In Which Pedro Almodóvar Is Both Violator And Violated - Home - This Recording
"Therapeutic capture is familiar territory for Almodóvar, who more than any filmmaker parses the paradoxes of violence."
2011  2010s  thisrecording  karina_wolf  pedro_almodóvar  movie  film  review  writing  violation  audience  behavior  plot  skin_i_live_in  louise_bourgeois  artist  21st_century 
december 2011 by cluebucket
Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux to Either Wed or Split, and More From This Week's Tabloids - Hollywood Prospectus Blog
she has it at the first paragraph:
"They should really just rename all of these tabloids Judging Other Women for Their Choices and Appearance Magazine. Can you imagine if men's magazines were like this instead of the monthly blowjobs to manliness (suits! whiskey! cars! titties! war!) that they are? What if there were a Bros Weekly and the stories were like, 'Darren Aronofsky: Did He Put His Career Before His Marriage?' 'Are Leo's Friends Making Fun of Him Behind His Back?' 'Clint Eastwood Wishes He Was the Young Clint Eastwood'? Feeling old? Feeling fat? Feeling ugly and insecure, like your fabulous wife is going to leave you for James Bond? Now multiply that times a billion and you know what it's like to be a woman who consumes media. These magazines are like a passive-aggressive friend that hates you and makes you feel terrible about yourself. I love the good men's magazines because they make me feel cool and informed and ready to slam dunk the Henderson account. Tabloids and women's beauty magazines all make me want to stab myself in the face with an emerald."
molly_lambert  grantland  culture  celebrity  tabloid  review  2011  gossip  2010s  men  women  relationship  hollywood  hollywood_prospectus  aging  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
Books DANTALION blog
グランドスポンサー堺さん、thanks for everything!! :) RT 先日の大阪zine fairの模様をUPしました。写真多めで文章は少なめです。
books_dantalion  osakazinefair  photo  link  image  upload  blog  review  from twitter
may 2011 by cluebucket

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