Article Archive for September 2010
Posted in Things We Like on 18 September 2010
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Not even Infra-Man has the strength to resist the bicycle cops of Kyoto, or the destruction of his home by a synth-pop duo. Sometimes, things just happen.
Posted in Lies and Entertainment on 17 September 2010
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Here at Archie McPhee we’re used to strange things happening, but these events defy explanation. Something is out there.
Posted in One Million Watts on 16 September 2010
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I resisted Tumblr for a long time because I saw it as little more than a coffee-table blogging service — all style, with no context or substance. I didn’t realize that were its strengths.
Posted in Stories and Appreciations on 15 September 2010
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I’ve looked practically everywhere and still I have not been able to find the Perfect Cardigan. Honestly, I’m not asking for much.
Posted in Stories and Appreciations on 14 September 2010
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In 1990, I met comedian Andrew Dice Clay in Las Vegas. His reputation preceded him: People were saying he was a lousy tipper and an obnoxious jerk.
Posted in Stories and Appreciations on 13 September 2010
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Some people test-drive a few cars before making a down payment. This was the approach I took towards religion. I tried them all, and I still don’t know what I’m doing.
Posted in Things We Like on 11 September 2010
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Killing time in the parking lot before a 1980s Judas Priest show. Also: Penn Jillette appears on the horizon, and Don Draper emotes in a variety pack.
Posted in Lies and Entertainment on 10 September 2010
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As part of our continuing effort to rid the internet of filthy lies, we present a few incredibly well-researched and absolutely true facts about the Giant Panda.
Posted in Things We Like on 9 September 2010
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To my mind, there’s only one way to embrace the waning sunlight of autumn: by watching spooky TV shows.
Posted in Stories and Appreciations on 8 September 2010
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In “Why He’s My Ex,” women from six countries tell their true stories of past relationships — through intricate mini-set pieces.