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Cinecittà: The Myth of Persistence of Vision

by April 13th, 2011 - Culture » Film and TV »

Should Cinecittà, the legendary Italian film studio, be kept alive by government funds? I think the answer to one simple question can decide that. “When does the next really good Fellini movie come out?” Oh…never, you say? Well…looks like you’re a fucking Walmart then… As a totally-for-real, bonafide, you-betcha, no-kidding Italian citizen (sure…) I feel […]

The Great Tastykake Sacrifice – Pork Krimpets

by January 16th, 2011 - Culture » Food » Politics »

I don’t fully understand this picture, either, and I’m the one who cobbled it together. As someone with a libertarian philosophy of government, I’m often found raining on other people’s publicly-funded parades: sports arenas, the arts, environmental programs, saving that old lady down the street from herself and all those cats, parades (literally). You’re welcome. […]

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