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The Mainly Annual
EastWesterly Review/Postmodern Village
17th Annual Conference
ButterSoft Edges of Dang: Ambiguity and Uncertainty in the Pursuit
of Fuzzy Linguistics and the Study of Near-Profanity, a User's
Guide and 3D Visual Primer
by Dick O'Reilly
This might have been the most impressive of the
presentations this year, wowing even Avatar-weary watchers
with its arithmetic complexities. But, dagnabit! Is it even
relevant in the age of Supreme-Court protected "fleeting
expletives," when even good, Christian boys like Bono have
us all asking "I know about Miss Jackson (since I'm nasty),
but godurn, man, U2?"
Burlesqueoni: Leadership and the Ritual of Scandal, a Sourcebook
by Melanie Gibson
Gibson explores the notion that, rather than
being destructive to a future leader, scandal is an absolute
necessity, humanizing the otherwise inhumane (which is the other
necessity of leadership, somewhat paradoxically). Thus we should
all know what our VIPs look like in their BVDs. It worked great
for Slick Willie and for the (en)titled Italian PM, but why
can't Sanford, Edwards, and Gore ride the salacious rocket back
into our hearts? Gibson's otherwise helpful tear-out worksheets
simply don't tell you when you've gone too far.
Psychology: The Cerebral Semiotics of "The Sign,"
a Punbook in 33 Flavors
by Ingrid Ingmarsson
It opined up my mime.
a Polyp on the EU, or Poundwise and Eurofoolish – What's
the Currency, Kenneth?
by William Tazer
The Brits are ambiguous about their relationship with the
Continent—always have been. But is their intransigence
to fully join an oddly hormonal shock to the system, the stimulus
the EU needs to finally succeed? Tazer's conclusions aren't
conclusive, but they grow on you slowly, and will do little
to tarnish his sterling reputation.
Darling: High Finance, Reality TV and Corporate Love, or What
The Bachelor can Teach Us about the Great Recession, a Guidebook
by D. Cameron Lehman
// function example
Karma Chameleon: Cross-Dressing and the Aesthetics of Terror,
a Dance Step Diagram
by O'Dowd Georgensen
Who knew Ward Churchill's chickens would be doing a two-step
when they came home to roost?
Papers, Part 3