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Alex Cameron "Jumping the Shark"

Alex Cameron

Jumping the Shark

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We are all flawed humans. All of us. Donald Trump. Hilary Clinton, and yes, even Ken Bone. Celebrity provides us all with an outlet to judge others without fear of repercussions, but in the end, we all have our own crosses to bear. 463 more words

Album Review

Peep Show: The Balancing Act of Cringe Comedy

Cringe is a difficult form of comedy to pull off well. It seems simple enough: put your characters into awkward situations and watch the audience wriggle at the second-hand embarrassment. 1,615 more words

John Berk Reviews

Staff Picks: George Carlin, Alex Cameron, and 'Pan's Labyrinth: Inside the Creation of a Modern Fairy Tale'

Need a great book to read, album to listen to, or TV show to get hooked on? The Flavorwire team is here to help: in this weekly feature, our editorial staffers recommend the cultural object or experience they’ve enjoyed most in the past seven days. 1,087 more words

Pop Culture

August 24, 1850: Meet Me at the Fair

London’s Bartholomew Fair, a wild celebration on the eponymous saint’s anniversary, died not with a bang but a whimper after enduring for more than seven centuries, Although originally established for legitimate business purposes, the fair had become all eating, drinking and amusement (for shame!) and a bit of a public nuisance with rowdiness and mischief. 196 more words

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New music video from Alex Cameron: "The Comeback"

Once again, I find myself stumbling for words to describe what it is about Cameron’s music and the simplicity of his music videos that attract me so much. 323 more words

"Star Trek Beyond" Jumps the Shark Where No One Has Gone Before

Warp back twenty years and tell a Trekker that the series would one day reach a point in which Kirk and Spock have to use the musical power of the Beastie Boys to save millions of lives, and the poor Trekkers would inform you that the alternate time-line that you come from is the darkest one. 951 more words