My New Yorker volley on skateboarding after the Anthropocene.
Satire on a fifth-grade level.
Is it Satire?
Here’s just a hint of the raw power that comes with subscribing to the newsletter. Satire’s boundaries remain hotly contested […]
Vote or Die Returns
You know what’s great? Teamwork. It gave birth to this newsletter feature, which I put together with Amran Gowani and […]
The Time Gene Simmons’s Son Plagiarized Bleach.
Life’s weird. I wrote a column about it.
Conquer the Warring States of Twitter
In the New Yorker again, with a guide to destroying your friends on Twitter. Or enemies, if you so choose.
Riding the Millar Train to Hell
Remember Nemesis? If not, welcome to a new genre of pain.
The New Yorker, in SPACE
I had enough luck left to get this into the New Yorker.
Caring About the Founders is for Flatscans
I wrote about my enduring respect for the Founders’ opinions in the New Yorker. Or rather, the Founders’ Fathers’ opinions.
My Modern Love Reject
For reasons beyond me, I promised to show the world my rejected tilt at Modern Love. I hope you enjoy […]
This Month’s 1900HOTDOG Column
Honestly? I love this one, and hope you do too. Manga insanity is a special wavelength.
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