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Analogous

SFJ wrote this thing in the New Yorker about Drake and Take Care. Some nice points, and some nice writing (some day, soon, I will write about Take Care, probably), but he also tried to say that Drake : Lil … Continue reading

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Greetings from Planet Weezy

Let’s talk about Lil Wayne.     I finally got around to watching The Carter a few days ago, which is¬†purportedly¬†a documentary about Dwayne Michael Carter Jr., but is nothing so much as just wall-to-wall quotes for your Facebook whitebox. … Continue reading

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What a job this is

As evinced by the earlier post, my love for Katy Perry was a somewhat recent revelation.     But part of this sudden change of heart, I think, is my recent realization that, for these female pop stars, you can … Continue reading

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Making a living is hard, making life is easy

So, I’m finally going to write the post that actually made me get a blog, because I had all these (now outdated) thoughts that I desperately needed to share. I read Ross Douthat’s column in the Times about fertility treatments, … Continue reading

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