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By Gary Brecher
War Nerd: Fag vs. Fag: the India-Pakistan Phoney 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…

May 29, 2002 | Comments (7)

By Gary Brecher
War Nerd: Tom Clancy Is Not One of Us

My first fan letter from the eXile was an email from some guy in Michigan who wanted the latest news on Tom Clancy. Yeah sure, that’s why I’m here — to help you kiss that rich fat coward’s ass. For…

May 16, 2002 | Comments (14)

By Gary Brecher
War Nerd: Israelis On Wheels!

Ever seen a Monster Truck show? They’re big in Fresno. The thrill is watching civilian cars get crushed by giant 4×4’s. But it’s nothing compared to the monster truck show the Israelis have put on in the last few weeks….

May 1, 2002 | Comments (3)

By Gary Brecher
Meet The War Nerd: Gary Brecher's First Article

Ames asked me to write a column on how all the wars are going, kind of a war reviewer. And I said yes on one condition, that you people don’t send me emails telling me liking war is a sign…

Apr 21, 2002 | Leave Comment

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By John Dolan
How I Harassed The Working Class: Dr. Dolan's Skirmish With Poet Jim Daniels

This is an eXile classic, first published in The eXile on March 6, 2002. I‘m a harasser. Put the cuffs on me; I harassed the working class. And it wasn’t even fun. It’s not like I groped some factory girl…

Mar 6, 2002 | Comments (22)

By John Dolan
Book Review: Trainspotting With Guns...

Made in Yugoslavia By Vladimir Jokanovic Translated by Zeljana Zovko and Cathy Porter Picador, 2001 Ah, we’re already nostalgic for the little wars of the nineties, especially the colorful Balkan popups, with their quaint rituals and goofy flags. Remember those…

Nov 4, 2001 | Comments (1)

By Mark Ames
Crouching Camel-Toe, Hidden Snapper

Her name was Wana. My first and only slope. I boned her last night. I done-did her right here in Kentucky, in the heart of the Bible Belt. Wana didn’t say, “Me so hoh-nee, me love you long time!” Instead,…

Sep 7, 2001 | Comments (2)