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Planet of the Apes: A Comically Liberal Experience

If Bernie Sanders hadn’t elected to run for president I might call Tim Burton’s 2001 film, Planet of the Apes, the ultimate liberal wet dream. From the blatant commentary on the ignorance of racism and […]

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On Alcohol

Alcoholism has reached epidemic levels. Weekend traditions of binge drinking convert British streets into rivers of vomit, carrying an occasional tooth or ten downstream. All the medics and police officers can do is watch from […]

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Hey, Girl

Every girl’s Facebook experience includes an abundance of egotistical online Casanovas, and the truth is WE CAN’T STAND THEM. You know who I’m talking about. Those guys that send friend requests to every girl suggested […]

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The Politics of Eurovision

Saturday, the 24th. May 2015. A magical night that provided all Europeans with a supernatural power— the ability to be both the harshest and fairest music critics ever. There were some key differences in the […]

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Interview with Heezy Yang

Seoul, one of the most technologically advanced places in the world, is filled with gadgets, gizmos, and particulary conservative viewpoints. Korea is well-known for its culture of normativity and idol worship. Men and women frequently […]