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by | Jan 24, 2021

I suspect Joan Didion would be amused to learn that I keep her on my obituary watch. The 86-year-old essayist is the first person whom, a few years ago, I put on my list of heroes I expect to die…

by | Dec 18, 2020

Watching the hit Netflix series Barbarians can be an exercise in divided loyalties. On the one hand, the Romans are, along with their Greek muses, one of the wellsprings of Western civilization. On the other hand, as the excitement of…

by | Dec 10, 2020

We’ve all been in lockdown for months, and for a very good reason: Jeff Bezos, the richest man in the world, needs to get even richer. No, that’s not the truth. Not the whole truth, anyway. The folks at Netflix,…

by | Sep 16, 2020

I have always had trouble with critics — allies included, allies especially — who weigh in with strong opinions on a movie they have not seen. So I decided to take one for the team and check out the highly…

by | Sep 1, 2020

There is such a thing as too many streaming services, something YouTube might have found out after the launch of what was originally called YouTube Premium — a subscription service that initially would be a platform for YouTube Originals scripted…

by | Apr 4, 2020

It’s day who actually knows of coronavirus quarantine, and my housemates and I are making our plans for once this is all over. Our wish list is quite humble. We just want a night at the pub a few blocks…

by | Mar 27, 2020

Just a few things while contemplating the fact that with 3.28 million people filing unemployment claims compared to 83,000 cases of the Wuhan virus going around, it seems the cure is 39.5 times worse than the disease. 1. Neil Ferguson…

by | Feb 1, 2020

Lately I have been watching Netflix as fast as my old eyes will let me. Not just the usual Netflix about who was Himmler’s favorite accountant at Auschwitz or how gay Ernst Röhm was. Nor about Hitler sneering as Berlin…

by | Jan 7, 2020

If you missed Ricky Gervais’ mind-blowing opening monologue at the Golden Globe Awards, then now might be a good time to fix that. If you’re conservative, or even if you’re just not a social justice warrior, chances are you’ll agree…

by | Dec 27, 2019

“Inspired by true events” has become Hollywood’s euphemism for pure fabrication. Netflix’s The Two Popes begins with that statement, then proceeds to tell a tale wholly inspired by the left’s lies about Pope Benedict XVI and its hagiography of Pope…

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