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Elias Isquith

Elias Isquith is a freelance journalist and blogger. He considers Bob Dylan and Walter Sobchak to be the two great Jewish thinkers of our time; he thinks Kafka was half-right when he said there was hope, "but not for us"; and he can be reached through the twitter via @eliasisquith or via email. The opinions he expresses on the blog and throughout the interwebs are exclusively his own.

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  1. Avatar dexter
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    Yeah, 87 dead kids is a serious bring down. If you need a little pick me up try Dick Dale and Stevie Ray Vaughn playing “Pipeline”. You get to hear two great guitarist and see the epitome of cool and the epitome of not cool in one video.Report

  2. Avatar Robert
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    It’s not the end. Maybe it’s the beginning of the end or possibly even the middle of the end, but not the end. Although I love that song I’ve always thought it was cool how REM could say absolutely nothing while at the same time making it sound like they are saying something deeply profound.Report

  3. Avatar Mike Schilling
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    Here’s a nice story about the first same-sex married couple on New York City: http://www.cnn.com/2011/US/07/24/new.york.same.sex.marriage/index.html?eref=mrss_igoogle_cnn

    I’m waiting for someone to say that this union of a 76-year-old and an 84-year-old isn’t a real marriage because it won’t produce children.Report

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