Tag: satire

The Mind of Logan Paul

by Blaine Flawson Illustrations by J.A. Burnett People have been a special kind of mean to the Pauls. First, Hollywood cast Aaron Paul in the desperate Fast & Furious rip-off, Need for Speed. Then Urban Dictionary called the youngest Paul a “coconut water drinking plutonium eating man baby thing that is doing no work for

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FAVOR! Release

It’s official: FAVOR! is ready to meet the world. It should be available on Amazon soon, but you can get it right here, right now in PDF format for a donation of any amount. FAVOR!, for those of you who missed yesterday’s announcement, is a “fashion, health, and… ahem… culture” magazine edited by the unbelievably

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Hipster War Vet Buys Back Penis from NYC Microbrewery

By Chandler Charrington Jeremy Skiddish started off his day feeling good-humored and confident. It was this young war  veteran’s 29th birthday and he was happy to be back in Williamsburg with his buds. His girlfriend, Denise, had gifted him an ironic bow tie emblazoned with ironic images of Larry the Cable Guy. Jeremy was wearing

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It Can’t Happen Here: A Novel for Our Times (and All Time)

by Bob Freville   “And I’ve got good news for you! This gospel of clean and aggressive strength is spreading everywhere in this country among the finest type of youth. Why today, in 1936, there’s less than 7 percent of collegiate institutions that do not have military-training units under discipline as rigorous as the Nazis,

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A New Voice in Bizarro Land: An Interview with Christopher Rigel

I picked up Christopher Rigel’s debut novella, Oval Orifice, almost entirely by chance. I knew Chris from college and was delighted to discover he had written a book. He had always been one of the sharp students in my literature courses, and I was certain his work would be worth a glance. When I discovered

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