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Sunday News

Jonathan Yeo’s porn collages are pretty awesome, aren’t they?

The Sword needs to hire a proofreader. Check out the second paragraph and tell me where you think the close quotation mark is supposed to go.  (Never mind the assorted factual errors…)

Speaking of proofreading, haha the second paragraph of this article about dead Boyzone singer Stephen Gately.

50 songs from early-80’s NYC that are punk AND disco AND hip-hop. i didn’t know a lot of these–namely, any of the ones that weren’t on Yes New York.

Tell me I sold out, go ahead.  I think I like this song a lot more now than I actually did during its heyday.

Blur are going to be in Lego Rock Band.  Surely it’ll be Song 2, but how awesome would it be if you could do For Tomorrow or Jubilee?

Speaking of Blur, check out bassist/cheesemonger Alex James hosting Never Mind The Buzzcocks.  I wish America had a TV program like this, but I guess I’ll just have to settle for famous people’s guest appearances on Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me.

Why snark works.

On independent bookstores.

Roger Ebert talking about books.

I’m kind of surprised that I’ve actually been to four of the nominees for America’s best gay travel destination, because I actually hardly ever leave Rhode Island.  Portland was my favorite of the nominees by far, though more for the beer and the coffee and the decent grocery stores than for anything gay.  (Actually, I did go to a number of straight strip clubs when I was there; Union Jack’s was the best thing ever, especially because one Paris Hilton-y-looking dancer only danced to Pixies songs, and because another one performed to Pulp’s This Is Hardcore.  Which, oh my God.)

[truly amazing video of German group The Radio Pirates doing What Shall We Do With A Drunken DJ via House of Vader]


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