The New York Times made a ridiculous claim that monocles are a big fashion trend, and Twitter responded with appropriate mockery. More
Keeping abreast of what’s going on at New York Fashion Week can be a daunting task, even if you’re actually there. To make everyone’s lives easier, we’ve picked out our favorite fashion week sources so you’ll be guaranteed the best coverage first thing. More
Mike D. of the Beastie Boys didn’t want to give his age to The New York Times in a recent article. What a vain jerky old man! More
A minor uproar has arisen over the latest cover of T, The New York Times‘ style magazine. Apparently, it has offended the delicate sensibilities of NYT readers from Westport to Park Slope because it features a thin, young-looking model wearing vaguely bondage-inspired things. That’s right: they are mad at a fashion magazine for printing photos of a fashion model. Who is wearing fashion. More
Remember the other day when we discussed how ridiculous it would be to everyone if the obituaries of famous male figures in history had been remotely similar to the New York Times‘ eulogy for Yvonne Brill, wife and mother and cook…and “also brilliant rocket scientist.” It felt absurd to declare arbitrary, indistinctive qualities as superseding, say, writing Crime and Punishment or being an angry, talented alcoholic, right? More
Yvonne Brill died on Wednesday at the age of 88. Being an actual rocket scientist, she made incredible contributions to the world we live in and the way we have explored space. But just so you know, she was … More
“Don’t talk about her. It’s dreadful what she wears.” More
The New York Times - who has recently discovered that people use their phones to make plans and hang out – is flabbergasted that the Superbowl ads are not speaking for your generation. They counted and they saw:
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Stop swearing and put your apron back on, you asshole fuck muffin jerkface. More
In the wake of a tragedy like the recent Newtown massacre, it’s only natural to try to make sense of what has happened. As humans are social creatures, it’s also natural (and correct, I think), to attempt to look at it in a systemic way, especially considering these kinds of killings have dramatically increased over the past 30 years. Yesterday’s New York Times editorial by our old pal Christy Wampole attempts to do both of those things. Unfortunately, the conclusion she comes to is so off base as to make me question whether she’s just trolling us, or what. In short: she believes that we can (and should) stop young white men from lashing out and killing people by having more empathy for their loss of privilege in modern society. Say what? More
Be famous; line your eyes while standing on one foot on the train. More
Yesterday, New York Times food critic Pete Wells ripped another asshole in the many assholes of the giant 500-seat distended anus that is Guy’s American Kitchen and Bar, the first New York City restaurant venture from celebrity chef and human version of an Ed Hardy shirt, Guy Fieri. More
A recent New York Times article on four straight guys who’ve lived together in New York for the past 18 years set off a barrage of criticism and defensiveness in the comments and around the Internet. (You don’t say!) Any man who fails to marry and have children by the age of 40, the conventional wisdom goes, is in a state of “arrested development” and needs to “grow up.” Or if he’s going to insist on being single, he should at least have the decency to punish himself with loneliness. How dare he form a non-traditional family with his friends? More