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From Russia With Heroin: Moscow Pharmacy's X-Mas Display

Ho ho he-ro-in!

Dec 5, 2008 | Comments (4)

By Gary Brecher
War Nerd Called It: Indians And Pakis Too Faggy For War

Will India and Pakistan ever finish the cat-fight and get on with a real war? “We live in hope,” like my grandma used to say — but don’t hold your breath. Listening to the Indian and Paki generals shaking their…

Dec 5, 2008 | Comments (75)

By Hank Pazzo
Notes by a Professional Video Games Reviewer: Playing Disney's Bolt

Editor’s note: This professional video game reviewer works in a cubicle labyrinth at one of the biggest video game magazines in the world. He is forced to review video games nine hours a day, five days a week. This is…

Dec 4, 2008 | Comments (18)

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Why You Should Burn Your Copy of the Great Gatsby

Any list of books that need burning should start with Gatsby, or as it should be known, the Tragic Story of Tracey Flick, by Tracey Flick. The great film Election is actually the prequel to Gatsby, and like many a…

Dec 4, 2008 | Comments (24)


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By Team eXiled
Great Depression Gloat #1: Goodbye Golf!

Who says that the New Great Depression is depressing? If you’ve always been monetarily-challenged like we have, there’s a lot to cheer. Because just as they lied to us about how Reaganomics’ trickle-down effect would make us all rich-ish in…

Dec 3, 2008 | Comments (10)

By Mark Ames
Hudson Murderer Confesses: "I Had A Bad Hair Day"

Seriously, if you looked like this dude–as if Doctor J’s afro wig was taped backwards on top of your receding hairline for heightened comic effect

Dec 2, 2008 | Comments (5)

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Tyolka Tuesday: Russian Calendar Girl Collection Vol. 2

This is part two of our ongoing Russian Calendar Girl series, in which we showcase hot Russian office workers featured in their companies’ souvenir calendars.

Dec 2, 2008 | Comments (15)