(New to the countdown? Catch up here.) We return from our commercial break to see Adam Curry, who is somehow keeping his balance despite the enormous top-heavy weight of his hair and the twenty-pound decoration dangling from his breast pocket. Adam reads the copy while placing his splayed fingertips together, as if he were a […]
posted 25 September 2014 in 1988. 8 comments
If you’ve been waiting for me to post here to see what I’ve been up to lately for Rolling Stone, then happy days are here again! I attended the Made in America festival, the VMAs, an Ed Sheeran concert, and the Simpsons gala at the Hollywood Bowl. I wrote half of a list about the […]
posted 23 September 2014 in Outside. no comments yet
I realized the other day that Antonin Scalia is a real-life Lucy Van Pelt: the funniest and meanest member of the gang, happy to make up facts as necessary, a fussbudget before all else. So what are the other parallels between the sitting members of the Supreme Court and the Peanuts kids? Anthony Kennedy is […]
posted 16 September 2014 in Tasty Bits. no comments yet
I still think about my experiences on 9/11, and am grateful that they recede into history, even if the consequences of that day don’t.
posted 11 September 2014 in Archives, Self-reflexive. no comments yet