Paul Mitchinson discusses 'charges of "censorship" and "McCarthyism," and an embarrassing peacock-like display of one's own victim credentials', but it's not The Eminem Show he's talking about.
In the British case of the swearing Police Officer, The Vocabula Review suggests alternatives he might have used instead: "play mothers and fathers," "go upstairs," "make babies," "get one's jollies," "play hide the sausage," "get into one's pants," "have a tumble."
"Like Pepsi or the Gap, Tom Clancy has become a brand," suggests Linton Weeks. If Clancy's outsourced the writing of his stories, does that mean digittante should outsource to Mexico?
Out of the heart of urban Seoul has emerged a distinct subculture of artists. Distinct as they may be, like other urban artists, they call themselves 'taggers'.
"I believe that successful museums have a critical mass" says Dr. Robert Anderson, outgoing director of the lagging British Museum.
"Capitalism is crass and Islam is crazy." Joe Klein spends six weeks in Urope and barely scratches the surface of what's going on there.