The timing couldn’t have been better. No sooner did this publication release last week’s editorial announcing our “unnaming” policy ...
How the New York Times just hobbled nonprofit reporting incubators nationwide
The hypocrisy and stubbornness is only compounded when pondering the plight of veterans, who in many cases literally have to break the law in order to get much-needed relief for injuries sustained while serving Uncle Sam and all of us.
We don’t say this stuff because we think guns are great, but rather to remind people that the Globe is merely out for clicks and eyeballs like every other outlet.
It truly sucks to have to say this stuff, as we will certainly be attacked by any number of well-meaning liberal college activists and other Democratic sycophants who will fail to understand that we also believe this country has a significant gun problem.
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We’ve been trying to do big things with Media Farm. Sure, first and foremost we report from the id and sewer of the media diaspora (sorry if we used that word wrong; like most people, we don’t actually know what it means), but in recent ... read more
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"We just want validation. We just want the Americans to think, 'Oh, they fucking love us!'”
For the uninitiated, experiencing an entirely new cinematic style can be a lot to take in, so we’ve organized this year’s slate into two categories: those made in Iran with full knowledge and support from the authorities, and those made subversively or under conditions of questionable legality.
The Salty Dog is any indicator, could be just the beginning in a series of changes to polish over the past, remove the present, and make way for the internationally chain-flavored future.