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A Defense of Archetypes

It’s plainly obvious to me that archetypes exist. As is often the case, I’ve invented a theory, and applied it to someone else. I have my own understanding of Archetype, and it’s important that I don’t conflate it with Jung, but I believe what I have to say is common sense. 1,340 more words

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WATCH Stephen Colbert's Take-Off Of MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell's Melt Down

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery… and funny… is just funny!

If you haven’t seen the recently leaded video of MSNBC anchor Lawrence O’Donnell… 56 more words

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Stephen Colbert Shows Solidarity With MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell By Leaking His Own Fiery On-Set Outburst

Lawrence O’Donnell’s MSNBC meltdown cast the anchor in a light that many hadn’t seen before, with some even saying it made him far more enjoyable than he’s been in the past. 244 more words

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Stephen Colbert Leaks His Own Meltdown Tape After Someone Leaks Lawrence O'Donnell's For Him

Having watched what happened to MSNBC primetime star Lawrence O’Donnell when someone leaked footage of him having an on-camera meltdown during a glitch-riddled taping, CBS late-night star Stephen Colbert decided to get out in front of his own similar embarrassing… 193 more words

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Every day, The Southpaw finds a sentence that makes him think or laugh. It can come from a song, a poem, a book, a newspaper article. 18 more words

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Peter Bart: In A Polarized U.S., Hollywood Struggles To Find The Mainstream

The great Gil Cates, who produced 14 Academy Award shows, used to tell me, “I want people to express themselves on the show, but I don’t think our audience wants political noise.” If Cates were around today, he would have to brace himself. 475 more words

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