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eXiled Radio: Mark Ames Goes Crossfire Against A Right-Winger Who Hates Democracy

Mark Ames gets his thrombo on debating (by way of shouting) with right-wing radio host Chuck Morse and liberal radio host Patrick O’Heffernan on their AM radio show “The Fairness Doctrine.” Hear them reach for blunt, heavy objects as they…

Mar 19, 2010 | Comments (34)

By Mark Ames
Alex Chilton Is Dead. The Rate Of Mammal Extinctions Accelerates.

Alex Chilton died of a heart attack a few hours ago. It’s a wonder his heart held out this long. Alex Chilton’s story always scared me more than the others–I’d figured he was already dead, for some reason–because in the…

Mar 17, 2010 | Comments (29)

By Team eXiled
eXile Editor Yasha Levine Nominated For "Best Web Article" Award By The Western Publishers Association

See that trophy above, the one that looks like an upside-down bottle of VOSS designer water? That’s what the Western Publishers Association, a trade group for magazine publishers operating out in the wild west, wants to hand eXile Editor Yasha Levine…

Mar 17, 2010 | Comments (8)

By Paddy O' Fenian
Special St. Patrick's Day "Economic Meltdown" Report: Ireland--Portrait of a Celtic Tiger as a Spotted Pond Turtle

So it’s that time of the year again. That time of the year when you put on the stupid, oversized green hat, get outrageously drunk, approach a young man/woman/shaved-ape in a bleary haze and ramble on about how your third-cousin’s…

Mar 16, 2010 | Comments (68)


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By John Dolan
Stupid (Or, How To Lose Money Running A Speed Lab) Part 1

  It isn’t easy to lose money running a speed lab. I’m one of the few to have achieved that distinction. It was much easier to cook up a batch in those days. You could buy ether and the other…

Mar 12, 2010 | Comments (35)

By Eileen Jones
Toxic Shock: Delayed Reaction to the Oscars

I woke up for the second morning in a row with a vague feeling that something terrible had happened. Then I remembered I watched the Oscars.

Mar 9, 2010 | Comments (36)

By Scott Bein
Colorado Springs: Home of the Original “Obamaville”

I had just moved into a house in the northern suburbs of Colorado Springs, and was getting to know one of my new roommates, a very attractive female in her mid 20’s. This was promising. At some point though, the…

Mar 9, 2010 | Comments (73)