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November 03, 2010

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That Fuzzy Bastard

I've been looking forward to this for *months*! I was never a Tirez follower, but FAILING KANSAS is a constant-rotation favorite here, and THE END OF CINEMATICS was a stunning spectacle (incoherent as well, but I don't mind).

That Fuzzy Bastard

Oh and DENNIS CLEVELAND! God, that was a good show; would have made a great movie adaptation, actually, a sort of CHICAGO for intellectuals.

Glenn Kenny

@ TFB, I can't tell you how irritated I was that the silly Jerry Springer opera got all the attention that the masterful, concise, and prescient "Dennis Cleveland" deserved. I don't think Mikel could be blamed if he were more irritated than I was, but if he was (and we've never actually discussed it in detail), he's far too gracious a person to ever say so. That's what critics really ARE good for, in one sense...

That Fuzzy Bastard

Ah god---I'd forgotten that silly British thing stole DC's thunder. Dammit! Americans can't catch a break in the theater!!!!!!!

Tony Dayoub

Please pass my congratulations on to the lovely Claire Kenny!

Claire K.

I would actually say that I thought Mutual Appreciation was "really solid," or even "good." ;)
xo.

mens health

I just don’t see how the right solution can be so tightly disciplined to a dollar figure. By all means, recognize that a problem has a cost attached to it, and therefore the solution must be limited by that financial context.

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