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Monthly Archives: May 2009


Friends, I got a comment this morning. It is from a gentleman named “Tom,” who knows exactly how you need to deal with your rape trauma. That is, you need to stop having it! And think of TOM! PLEASE, WON’T SOMEONE THINK OF TOM. He has a three-million-word-long comment to that effect, which I have […]


I have a piece up at the Guardian’s Comment is Free! I know, right? NEATO. It begins: You know, people of the UK, I often wonder why you put up with folks from the United States. Think of what you have given us, in terms of entertainment, over the last few years: Lily Allen, Sasha […]

A Feature That Will Intrigue You! If You Comment!

Do you know what makes me really, really sad, you guys? It is when I cannot respond personally to every single comment on the site, because I love them all. I read them! I care about them! They light up, as the saying goes, my life! Therefore, it is time for a NEW FEATURE: Comments […]

I Lost It at the Movies. And by "It," I Mean, "The Ability To Not Know What Zach Galifianakis Looks Like In Skin-Tight Briefs." Also, "My Soul."

Friends, I went to the movies yesterday! I went to see, specifically, a very terrible movie by the name of Observe & Report, about which I wrote a piece, and now I am missing $12, eighty-six minutes of my life, and a piece of my soul, but whatever, if I’m going to write about it, […]

Sexist Beatdown: Lynn Crosbie Don’t Make Sense, But She’s Got Her Reasons Edition

Good morning! It’s a beautiful, yet sad day, my friends: a day for the funeral of feminism in pop culture, with the eulogy being delivered by the delightfully nonsensical Lynn Crosbie of the Globe and Mail! Today, the mournful Amanda Hess of the Sexist and the woeful me of Tiger Beatdown shall discuss her pronouncements! […]