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To Squirt Is To Breathe

Don’t even get me started on the stupidity that is so vastly available on this subject. For starters, if you have never squirted, please refrain from speaking or writing on the subject…duh. 1,176 more words


The Blue Room

Adriano Cecioni, “Interior with a Figure,” , via Wikimedia Commons

“I’ve put you in the blue room,” the landlady of the respectable seaside boarding house had said. 382 more words

Jane Dougherty Writes

Convincing Scripts

Counterfeit characters perfectly suited in finery

Measured to perfection to accentuate the body into work of Art

Of exaggerated desires and emotions touching the contours  123 more words


Cell Phone Hysteria

People always talk louder when they’re on their cell phones. Both the pitch and volume of the voice increase as they go along. There’s a kind of semi-hysteria that starts to creep into their voices. 137 more words

Death of a Genius: Fall of Man in Wilmslow

Review: Fall of Man in Wilmslow, by David Lagercrantz
Translated from the Swedish by George Goulding
Knopf, 2016. 354 pp. $27

Like Alan Turing himself, the extraordinary mathematician and cryptanalyst whose life forms the premise of this novel, Lagercrantz’s narrative is often brilliant but fails to realize its promise. 738 more words

Reviews And Columns

Pokémon Go Home


“The game has gotten off to a good start in Germany. More than 7.7 million people, that’s 11 percent of the population, have downloaded and installed the app. 64 more words