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Peter Greenaway's Battle With Visual Illiteracy

Peter Greenaway outdoes his own imbecility by “proving” to art critics that 17th Century Rembrandt painting foretold the appearance of Dutch immigrant-bashing Teabagger Geert Wilders

Posted on: July 7th, 2012 | Comments (29)

Nora Ephron Dies, and People Actually Give a Damn

Am I missing something? Did Nora Ephron do something great once in her seventy-odd years that I never heard about? She cure cancer and I was never told? She make an uncharacteristically watchable movie and hide it in a vault…

Posted on: June 28th, 2012 | Comments (84)

Silent Majority Millennials

There’s a new Boomer vs. Millennial piece over at Esquire making its way across the intertubes. If you hadn’t noticed, wringing one’s hands about Baby Boomers gorging themselves on the syrupy sweet hopes and dreams of the young’ns is the…

Posted on: April 23rd, 2012 | Comments (82)

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Mohammed Merah, Alleged Murderer of Several Muslim French Soldiers and Jews, Is Part of France's Muslim Extremist-Christian Neo-Nazi Alliance

Mohammed Merah, the alleged murderer of several Muslim French soldiers and Jews, was killed by a sniper with a shot to the head following a 32-hour standoff with police in Toulouse, France. One of the most salient facts about the killer is that he was a member of an outlawed French Salafist group called Forsanne Alizza, which has expressed sympathy for Al Qaida’s cause

Posted on: March 23rd, 2012 | Comments (38)

Absolutely Fabulous, Or Let's Say You're a Woman

If you’re a woman—and if you’re reading eXiled you’re probably not—but let’s say you are for the sake of argument—if you’re a woman, life’s already tough enough without the Rush Limbaugh Slutgate saturation media orgy, and right-wing political threats to…

Posted on: March 10th, 2012 | Comments (34)

Revolution From Within: An Office Worker Imagines The Odds

Let me tell you the game I was playing with a kid I love. He’s almost nine and has been into tough guy myths lately. He works out, so he’s extraordinarily strong for his age and thinks he’s safe against…

Posted on: February 13th, 2012 | Comments (61)