Birds of the Week: Spoooooooooooooooooky Discourse Blog Birds!
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You’ll Never Guess Where the Kid Who Was Scared of ‘Beloved’ Works Now
Nice of his mom to use a GOP campaign ad to dunk on him, though.
‘Succession’ Sick Fuck of the Week: ‘Mass In Time of War’
So many candidates, but only one can win!
The Politicians Need to Log Off
They seem to have forgotten that their job is to, what's that concept.....oh right, DO STUFF.
Bird of the Week: Black-Winged Stilt
This bird has it all figured out.
My Obsessive Quest to Understand Ben Affleck’s Hair in ‘The Last Duel’
I simply must know: would/could a man have bleached his hair like this in medieval France?
Introducing: Our ‘Succession’ Sick Fuck of the Week
All the characters are sickos, but who is the biggest sicko???
Bird of the Week: Australian Raven
Congrats to the people of Australia on this top-notch corvid.
Netflix’s Commitment to Trans People Is a Joke
The streaming platform's suspension of a senior software engineer shows how little it actually cares about diversity and inclusion.
Sally Rooney Deserves An Apology
The author's courageous decision to support the BDS movement was met with vile, gross, and honestly weird distortions of the truth.
What Conservatives Accidentally Get Right About Columbus Day
They say we're living in the world he made, and they're correct! They just think that's a good thing.
Bird of the Week: Red Junglefowl
It's not a chicken! But it also IS a chicken.
State Songs, Ranked
Our state songs are a journey to the heights of the great American songbook and the depths of aural hell.
Maybe This Internet Is Not Sustainable
Facebook needs to be broken up yesterday.
Bird of the Week: These Parrots
The red-crowned parrot is a shrieking, beautiful beast.
So, What’s Up With Occupy Democrats?
RT if you need to know what the hell is going on.
These Are Some Questions I Have About Donald Trump’s Fixation With Show Tunes
The mind reels.
Bird of the Week: Green-Barred Woodpecker
Woodpeckers are objectively awesome.
I Watched Hours of Old Videos From My Teens and Survived
The only thing worse than the mortifying ordeal of being known, is the mortifying ordeal of knowing (and facing) a former version of yourself.
‘The Card Counter’ and the Sins of a Nation
Paul Schrader's latest film asks if we'll ever be forgiven for the War on Terror.