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Radical Post-Masculinity and the role of men in feminism

Anne Thériault was discussing on Twitter today radical post-masculinity (RPM, not to be confused with the awesome Sugar Ray song that didn’t get enough play) and it was something w


10 Things I would do if I won Powerball

So tonight I’m going to Detroit to buy tickets for the Powerball. The longshot at winning the lottery is extravagant, but that doesn’t stop an active imagination from going crazy.


2016: Hope Less, not Hopeless

Ah yes, the new year! By now you’ve seen countless examples of “New Year, New You!” followed by “I think New Year, New You is bullshit and this is why!” posts, so I’ll try my best


elxn42: There’s more to this country than voting.

I’m not voting today in the 42nd Canadian Federal election, found through social media as elxn42. That’s because I already voted last week. Voting is a choice.


Farewell to The Loop

‘My name is Ozymandias, king of kings: Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!’ The first time I went to The Loop in Windsor, Ontario, Canada was in 2006.


Jimmy Kimmel, YouTube and Straight Punching

Last Friday, Jimmy Kimmel on Jimmy Kimmel Live decided to do a segment on YouTube Gaming, the brand new game streaming service by YouTube meant to compete with Twitch.


James Spader’s Alan Shore was fragmented and poorly written. And I loved it.

The eighth and final season of The Practice is the type of season all TV shows fear: retooling. The actors in them know death is imminent.


It’s just a nightmare.

I rarely have nightmares. Since last week, I haven’t slept without having one. It is starting to become a part of my routine.


The greatest comment to the worst Habs blog article about Alex Ovechkin

Warning: this is going to be mean. I don’t know how old David Martin is. Maybe he’s 15 and doesn’t know better. Even if that’s not true, this is really not his fault.


Gravity Falls: A Tale of Two Stans

This episode was a brilliant trip through the past, present and future of Gravity Falls.