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What's the Ratio

I got ratioed here — and, surely, I was out of line — but I was annoyed. I’d recently read this interview with Abigail Disney, and I found her really charming: humble, shrewd, and filled with moxie. In any case, she ended up responding to his tweet in a far more sophisticated way than I did, so there you go.

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What's Your Book Cover Memoir?

This morning, I bought three small paperback books: Brave New World by Aldous Huxley, The Immoralist by Andre Gide, and Alice's Adventures in Wonderland & Through the Looking-Glass by Lewis Carroll. Together, the trio tell the story of my Book Cover Memoir. If you're on Twitter or Instagram, take a photo of your Book Cover Memoir and hashtag it #bookcovermemoir.

Ads, Toys, and Clubs

I've got some new content, as they like to call it in the business, up over at Forbes. A post on a Memphis strip club, a peek at some incredibly boring IKEA ads that are deeply fascinating, and a new site targeting those who are erotically curious and extremely wealthy. Have a look, won't you?

My Twitter Protest

Ever since The Man I Didn't Vote For was elected, I've been protesting in the same way that most white people do: posting stuff on social media so I feel like I'm doing something but in fact I'm doing nothing. I combine famous quotes with pictures of president-elect Donald Trump. Here are a few for you to enjoy or dislike.


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