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By Mark Ames
Mister McFahk Goes To Fuckberg: The Continuing Saga Of Amb. Michael McFaul's Epic Struggle With Language

So the tweet from the US Ambassador to Russia cheerfully reads:

“Hey I’m heading to Fuckberg to the InnoProm Exhibition”

And with that tweet, McFaul launched a New Cold War…

Jul 23, 2012 | Comments (41)

By Eileen Jones
The Dark Knight Rises vs. The 99%

Dear Reader,

This whole review’s a spoiler, so if you’re not prepared to handle an all-spoiler review, take a hike. (You know the drill.)

Yours in despair,

Eileen J.

Jul 22, 2012 | Comments (146)

By Yasha Levine
The HuffPo Business Model: Deliberately Obliterating the Separation Between Paid Advertising and Real Reporting

HuffPo is not a news organization at all, says Huffington Post’s president and chief revenue officer. It is a “social-media company” that exists to “help our marketers beam their messages throughout the internet, across the galaxy, the internet, and the world.”

Jul 20, 2012 | Comments (30)

By Yasha Levine
Mutual Hack-Scratching: Malcolm Gladwell and Jeffrey Goldberg

Malcolm Gladwell on his former roommate Jeffrey Goldberg’s 2006 book Prisoners, which is about Goldberg’s experience as a prison guard at Ktzi’ot, Israel’s largest detention camp for Palestinian political prisoners: “Goldberg has . . . found some hope in the rubble of the Middle East . . . “

Jul 13, 2012 | Comments (25)

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By Mark Ames
SHOCKING VIDEO FROM SPAIN PROTEST: Austerity Gestapo Brutally Attacks Peaceful Protesters, Over 76 Injured And Counting...

We just got this brutal video from an eXiled reader in Spain (HT: Àngel): Spanish riot police savagely attacking anti-austerity protesters in Madrid, without any apparent provocation. So far, the number of injured is at least 76 and growing, according…

Jul 11, 2012 | Comments (61)

By Eileen Jones
The Amazing Amnesia-Inducing Spiderman

The Amazing Spiderman’s a hit, and I just saw it, and I can’t remember it.  Which is a GOOD thing, in its way.  That’s what loud CGI nonsense is FOR.

Jul 9, 2012 | Comments (56)

By Ramon Glazov
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

Jul 7, 2012 | Comments (29)