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SPECIAL MEDIA FARM: SETTLING THE SCORE ON ‘SCOFFLAW’

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Our main intent in calling out the Globe on this ridiculous matter was to mock their utter reluctance to give credit where it’s due. Even when the source is 90 years old. Continue reading

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MEDIA FARM: THE GLOBE RE-WRITES HISTORY TO AVOID GIVING THE HERALD PROPS

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The story continues with King receiving “more than 20,000 entries” including “’boozshevic,’ ‘contralaw,’ ‘klinker,’ ‘lawjacker,’ ‘slacklaw,’ and ‘wetocrat.’” And with “two people [who] independently suggested ‘scofflaw,’ winning $100 apiece.” Thing is, we recall a different chain of events in the Ken Burns documentary Prohibition. Continue reading

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MEDIA FARM: COUNTRY MUSIC IS FOR R@?ISTS

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Since this is bound to aggravate those silly white folks who are always crying about “reverse racism,” let’s get it over with before people forget about what happened at a Keith Urban concert in Massachusetts two weeks ago. Continue reading

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PARTY ON THE M(B)TA: DRINKING ON THE SILVER LINE FOR BOSTON IDEA WEEK

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Transit officials put their monument of bourgeois excess to good use. They brought in couches. There was a beer and wine vendor, plus giant A-frames for people to graffiti with suggestions. In the words of former Boston City Councilor Mike Ross, who hosted the festivities with the joking swagger of his roastmaster surnamesake Jeffrey, it was “probably the first time most of those present drank legally in an MBTA station.” Continue reading

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MEDIA FARM: WE DON’T WANT NO STINKING OLYMPICS

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Keep the Olympics in Sochi, Rick Perry sucks, the neocons are back, and a belated farewell to a right-wing blowhard. Continue reading

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SPECIAL GRAD EDITION MEDIA FARM: FAMOUS LONG AGO, IMPORTANT TODAY

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While you’ve been overwhelmed by obnoxious prize day speeches and endless self-help bullshit written by assholes who only graduated recently themselves, there’s at least one work of local inspiration that can help lead the way … Continue reading

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MEDIA FARM: BENGHAZI, DONE GHAZI

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What we mostly saw was a rhetorical mountain of garbage parsed into two heaps: trite guilty liberal pandering, and predictably reactionary xenophobia cloaked in a concern for privacy rights. Continue reading