Categories: Media/Culture Collisions

David Brooks Mourns Passing Of Simpler, More Innocent Time In Media; Is Troubled By Crazy Noise The Kids Listen To; Raises Concerns He Is Actually 400 Years Old

Posted by: Jon Fine on November 20

Under the guise of writing about a segmented society, the New York TImes' David Brooks ends up flogging a very, very tired (and distressingly baby boomer-culture-centric) argument about the perils...

Department of Puh-leeze

Posted by: Jon Fine on June 05

In an attempt to piggyback on a certain starlet's notoriety (in a manner nearly as naked as this post's), min starts hyperventilating about some completely spurious concerns regarding Lindsay Lohan's...

The New York Yankees Are More Harmful To The Commonweal Than Lindsay Lohan

Posted by: Jon Fine on May 24

In a brilliant and arch bit of debunkery, Slate’s Jack Shafer rightly pish-poshes Al Gore's and Thomas Friedman’s handwringing over how news outlets are Britney-izing themselves (and us) away from...

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