I was reading this thing about Aimee Mann’s new album, Mental Illness, and she talks about how she said the hell with being careful and balanced and went ahead and made “the saddest, slowest, most acoustic, if-they’re-all-waltzes-so-be-it record.” Then she listed her favorite top 10 sad songs.
(Comment in response to the question “Who is Remy Ma?”)
Yes, this is one way you “know” your opinion is correct: Make up a fantasy, with names dropped to show off your erudition, and then agree that it happened.
So: This. It’s gotta be the third version of “Gawker Media’s Super-Duper Investigative Unit That Will Rip the Lid off of Various Things!” Same promises, same usual suspects—John Cook and Alex Pareene and JK Trotter, etc. What will we see this time, beyond Trotter’s every-three-month dispatch titled something like “I…
Comment of the day, sir. And one of the only laughs.
They look like characters from a turn-of-the-century novel about the perils of social climbing.
...where Leah Finnegan will hold forth on...the media? Why she has the prose stylings of a 4-year-old? Anyway, as far as I can tell, she’s not on the current version of the site.
Maybe Univision will eventually put him out of our misery.
But Dayna Evans’ piece on women at Gawker would not have.
...but you have to see this.
An update from Trotter’s post on Gizmodo.
I wonder if this will work? If it were me, I’d rather just go get a new job (and copy all my old GM posts onto my own website before I leave).
How do these even work? Are squadrons of robots signing up for Kinja, and heading straight to Clashtalk?
So many questions...
Deadspin: Alex Pareene, Hamilton Nolan, Ashley Feinberg, Jordan Sargent