Monthly Archives: May 2017

Simpsons Superiority in Seeing the Future

One of the best things about the Simpsons on FX (apart from being followed by Archer) is the thematic runs they do as part of the “every episode” series. All of the music episodes together? Done. Every Lisa as the … Continue reading

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Prepping MPHnoise: War

War. Norman Whitfield and Barrett Strong asked what it was good for. Bob Marley noted there is War in the east, War in the west, War up north, War down south, everywhere is war And, of course, the Exploited extolled … Continue reading

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The Great Jersey Controversy: Thursday – Full Collapse

Every proud Jersey kid knows the undeniable, debate-ending power of pulling out the genius of Frank Sinatra, Bruce Springsteen, Jon Bon Jovi, the Fugees, and so on. While the sales numbers and cultural iconography are arguably the reason conversations occur, … Continue reading

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Stars and Scars column intro

A long, long while ago I used to write on occasion for a number of print and online ‘zines. DIY publications that were labors of love more than commercial successes for everyone involved. My contributions were primarily an outlet for … Continue reading

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Save Net Neutrality

Recently Tech Crunch posted an article These are the arguments against net neutrality — and why they’re wrong by Devin Coldewey It’s a brilliant work of observational art. I’m going to copy and paste here bits and pieces of the … Continue reading

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Prepping MPHnoise: they said rap and metal would never mix, the great punk conspiracy, and more

The other day I posted about how I was going to friend one: You’d better have at least one Limp Bizkit song in there somewhere. Me: Nope. I capped the last songs mid-90s, like 1994 which actually eliminated a lot … Continue reading

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Mike Pence, the “Bible” and Christian Oppression

For the record, I’m not trying to be anti-Christian, nor anti-organized religion. I am trying to point out the irony of a guy, Conservative Republican current VP Mike Pence, whose Christian Privilege helped him rise to the rank in society … Continue reading

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