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New Culture Vultures
New Culture Vultures
by | Sep 12, 2021

In the jumble of 21st century American law, “sexual harassment” can mean anything about anybody as long as he is unpopular enough. The American workplace has festered into the environment of a blog, with lazy, wannabe dictators everywhere, each content…

by | Aug 26, 2021

Once upon a time, journalism was written by tough working-class guys who smoked cheap cigars and drank cheap whiskey — often on the job. They’d never been near a college and certainly had never taken a journalism class. They learned…

by | Aug 24, 2021

Aside from Ronald Reagan, who was a fountain of witticisms and profound truths in his nearly three decades as a political figure, Donald Trump is probably our most quotable modern president. But it was something he said on Saturday which…

by | Jan 8, 2021

My wife thinks I have a problem, an addiction I should take care not to broadcast too much. “When is enough enough??” I’m hooked on the “Great British Baking Show” (GBBS). Not since “Breaking Bad” have I spent so much…

by | May 4, 2020

As the COVID-19 lockdown continues — with no end in sight for many of us living in the Northeast — police continue to report an increase in 911 calls from people snitching on their neighbors for taking their children to…

by | Apr 27, 2020

Upon recommendation from Twitter users, I binged the FX sci-fi thriller Devs over the weekend. It can be found on Hulu. Devs, short for Developers but ultimately revealed as a play on the Latin word “deus,” meaning “god,” is set…

by | Dec 30, 2019

Now that 2019 has ended with the impeachment of President Donald Trump, let’s push aside the memory of an accuser, who, like Harry Potter’s Voldemort, couldn’t be named, and who, in a rejection of justice dating back to Magna Carta,…

by | Sep 5, 2019

Pygmies walk the streets of Hollywood where giants once trod. Take Eric McCormack, the bland Canadian actor who in 1998 lucked into the popular sitcom Will & Grace. Rather than appreciate the hard work of the hundreds who enabled his lucrative…

by | Jul 13, 2019

As a relatively frequent traveler on vacation and business, I think I know how to behave in most international settings. I can usually be relied upon not to choke on the buns at breakfast and to massage the egos of…

by | Jul 2, 2019

Sneakerheads woke up this morning to the news that the corporate war on America’s social ills has claimed a new victim: flag-emblazoned shoes.  The Wall Street Journal reports that Nike has pulled sneakers intended to commemorate the Fourth of July….

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