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By Yasha Levine
America: Home of the Free & Land of the Armed

It’s 3:45 p.m. in Los Angeles. Outside, the sun is shining, people are walking their dogs. I can hear the laughter of children returning from school … Out here, in the land of sunshine, a few footsteps away from Venice,…

Dec 8, 2008 | Comments (37)

By Gary Brecher
Bad Day at Black Water

For the next week I’m going to try blogging every day. Things have just been happening too fast for the occasional article. Every day there’s something I want to talk about, and that’s how I’m going to do it. Today’s…

Dec 8, 2008 | Comments (28)

By The eXiled Inquisition Team
Oscar De La Hoya Gets Punished

Thanks, Manny! Statement of the Grand Inquisitor: De La Hoya’s been an affront to boxing for years, which is hard to do given the easygoing attitude toward human sin that characterizes the sport, but still he’s managed it by being…

Dec 8, 2008 | Comments (4)

By Team eXiled
Introducing: "Dear eXiled"

Worried? We can help. Our technical Web team has recently brought to our attention that our Web site is increasingly being hit with search queries written in the form of a question. Some are anthropological: “What does the people look…

Dec 8, 2008 | Comments (1)

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By Team eXiled
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)