The only time Kanye West was right about fashion was when he donned the leather kilt.
The existence of Babymetal demonstrates there might yet be hope for Japan. An old Situationist like Malcolm McClaren would have enjoyed Babymetal. And tried to make money from it.
Mark Zuckerberg was upset (at 21:38) by the film The Social Network. Even billionaires get hurt.
Taylor Swift is a leading light of post-third wave feminism (joined by Lena Dunham, Keira Knightley, Emma Watson, and Beyoncé).
Yoko Ono is the most talented Beatle.
On the talk show Generations Radio, Kevin Swanson and his co-host, Steve Vaughn, took Disney to task for “leading the charge” in promoting a “pro-homosexual” agenda in “Frozen.”
Christian wingnuts are amusing. The rest of us are immune to their foolish film criticism.
Facebook surveillance is a threat to the internet.
Senator McCain has always sought to escalate US military involvement in every imaginable international conflict, even those in which the US has no immediate strategic interest. He’s no longer credible as a political pundit.
Tony Benn was a beacon of light for the left during the dark night of the 1980s.