Daily Archives: July 2, 2007

James Capozzola, 1962-2007

James Capozzola, 1962-2007. Jim was our political editor at J LHLS. It was a pleasure and an honor to work with him. I was sad when Rittenhouse Review went quiet, but I never thought he wouldn’t be back someday. First … Continue reading

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Rule of law?

We don’t need no stinkin’ rule of law. Bush Commutes Libby’s Prison Term in CIA Leak Case. Treason now legal! Get yours while supplies last! FuuuuuuuuuuuuuuUUUUUUUUUUUCK!!! How much more, oh Lord, how much more of this are we supposed to … Continue reading

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Anime Expo and Satoru Kannagi Interview

FYI for you die-hards: Anime Expo 2007 Saturday, Sunday, and the draft of the Satoru Kannagi Interview from June 28, 2007 (her publisher is going to namecheck a few things, but otherwise the interview is done). Enjoy! If you are … Continue reading

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how can vandalism be vandalized?

“Many have come forward to condemn the Splasher group for wanton destruction of street art, which to me is an amusing contradiction – how can vandalism be vandalized?” Street Art & The Splasher Manifesto, Mark Vallen, Sunday, July 01, 2007 … Continue reading

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