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Video: John Oliver's Blockbuster on America's Crumbling Infrastructure

America’s infrastructure system—its dams, bridges, roads, airports, sewer systems, water treatment plants, etc.—is deteriorating and in need of serious renovation. In hopes to cure America of its blissful apathy to our crumbling infrastructure, … 31 more words

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Doug Anderson: Singles Ad

Old, that is, damn near seventy two,
but possessed.
You must be able to love
the inconvenience of the hot coal in my heart
that goes white hot with breath. 133 more words

Poetry

Jose Padua: The Night We Tried to Get a Poet Arrested

I remember the night my friend and I tried to get a poet arrested
for his crimes against literature, his hiding
of horribly sentimental lines by speaking like a seller… 294 more words

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Video: I didn't Like It the First Time (The Spinach Song) by Julia Lee

Julia Lee (October 31, 1902 – December 8, 1958) was an American ” dirty blues” musician. Born in Boonville, Missouri, Lee was raised in Kansas City, and began her musical career around 1920, singing and playing piano in her brother George Lee’s band, which for a time also included Charlie Parker. 210 more words

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Jose Padua: On the Realization that Miracles are the Result of Hard Labor

“I’m not having one of those things
coming out of me,” my six year old
daughter says, meaning babies, “No way!”
She pokes her head up from the back seat… 99 more words

Poetry

Video: Alan Watts animated by South Park creators

Here is a compilation of a few of Alan Watts’ non-corporeal appearances animated by Trey Parker and Matt Stone, the creators of the television show South Park.

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Video: America's 5 Favorite Ways to Ignore Jesus

America’s Best Christian, Mrs. Betty Bowers, announces American Christians’ fondest ways to thumb their noses at Jesus and any of the pesky things He may have told them. 7 more words

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