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The Death-Rattle of Culture | 9/16/2016



Amy Schumer, author of The Girl With the Lower Back Tattoo

All the cultural news we'd be best served forgetting. Soon-ish.

The Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo Trashes The City with the Lower Back Tattoo
Amy Schumer said no one reads in Tampa, which sparked (mock) outrage from the bookselling and reading community. She also ragged on Fayetteville, NC, but maybe she was right about that one?

Hillary Clinton is Sick!
It's not pneumonia after all. Turns out she's got #FerranteFever!

Jennifer Weiner Disappointed at Oprah's New Book Club Pick
That's right: it wasn't her, which was very, very wrong of Oprah.

Flea (Red Hot Chili Peppers) Introduces the Fender Signature Flea Bass

Take a walk through Flea's house and watch him play bass in a bee-keeping suit.

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Posted by Eric Obenauf on 16 September, 2016 Amy Schumer, Death-Rattle of Culture, Tampa | 0 comments
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