"Clean your hands, social distancing, quarantine, all those things were tried in 1918."
“Now here comes Miss Rona and fucks the whole thing up, because places can’t open at capacity.”
"Hong Kong doesn’t only lack animation studios, but more importantly, we’re far behind—homosexual marriages are still illegal."
One of the summer’s soaring sleeper smashes, and should fly with new and old comic heads alike.
New book reveals potential pitfalls for those seeking justice reforms.
When the fighter’s boxing career was over, they inevitably got tapped on the shoulders by their buddies who were involved in loan sharking, robberies, and more.
"That’s kind of the sentiment that both the government and these [smartphone] companies would like you to have—this feeling of powerlessness. And that’s the reason I try to keep a positive tone in the book."
Without First Amendment crusaders to catch our backs, journalists—along with educators, activists, and anybody else whose career or passion often requires that they take unpopular public positions—would be no more useful than a Putin fan zine published by the Kremlin.
A few weeks ago, I went there. I told family members who reside politically south of America’s metaphorical Mason-Dixon line that they were unqualified to wrestle with me on the subject of impeachment.
Here’s a rundown of some of our favorites from 2019, including several whose authors we were lucky enough to interview this year.