September 16, 2003

In the increasingly likely event that you have not read Rolling Stone since you got (or lost) your first no-nametag job, Sean Collins explains why there is no reason to start now:

Why I flipped through the magazine, and consequently stumbled across an article emblematic of the kind of hard-hitting political analysis that won Jann Wenner his many Pulitzers in which it is alleged that computerized voting systems are a big plot by the Bush puppet masters to steal ("more") elections, is quite frankly as much a mystery to me as I'm sure it is to you, but I've entered therapy and I'm trying to work these things out. (Next session will be devoted to understanding why I looked at an article about how the U.S. military is poisoning, uh, the U.S. military with depleted uranium. There's even some pictures of Iraqi kids with leukemia! It must be true! BUSH LIED!!!! Also, Mick Jagger's solo album is a four-star tour de force.)

Heh indeed read the rest etc.

Posted by Jim Treacher at September 16, 2003 03:00 PM