Last week in the US we had our third and (thank God) final presidential debate, here’s what we learned.
Unlike the more common practice of reworking a scene from popular culture, we have here a wholly original work. The simplicity lies in not only the choice to feature text as the central element, but we also see simplicity in the text itself.
Reader, please watch this video of the 1996 DNC doing the macarena on loop with me.
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It’s the end of Super Tuesday week, and what a week it’s been. I didn’t think I’d make it, but I’m managing my stress levels. Barely.
Well it’s been another flaming garbage pile of a week, but let’s keep this brief because, as The Awl reminds us, words are bad.
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