on skateboard tricks to seriously impress the ladies

The New Yorker just published some unfunny nonsense by Charlie Dektar called Skateboard tricks to seriously impress the ladies. The joke is that people who read the New Yorker obviously don’t skateboard, and men who do must be using it to pick up chicks, so let’s make a list of skateboard tricks mixed with things…

polyamory and some guy’s “first emotion”

How to Do It is Slate’s advice column, helping set sexual norms for mainstream liberal people. Bill Hicks understood that love is highly threatening to capitalism: Therefore, loneliness and broken relationships are in the best interests of capitalism. Slate is ad-supported and owned by Jeff Bezos, so of course its sex advice doesn’t promote fulfilling…

the boy who loved too much

The Boy Who Loved Too Much: A True Story of Pathological Friendliness is a good book, the kind I wish autism warrior parents would read. It’s about Eli and Gayle, a boy with Wililams syndrome and his mother. Here’s someone with Williams syndrome explaining what it is: The book covers a lot of the same…

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