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Fusenews: Haggis and Hash Browns

Happy Labor Day!  I’ve no special post of my own but I know someone who has created the ultimate list of Labor Songs. That would be Professor Phil Nel and at this point I’ve only seen the first of three posts but it is truly fantastic.  For one thing, he includes Moxy Früvous on his […]

Video Sunday: Now with less commentary!

Yup. I’m still on vacation.  Soaking in the Shakespeare while I can, since the next few years are going to consist of remarkably few syllables (see: baby).  So here are a couple videos I’ve had shaking around for a while but never was able to fit into a post before.  Enjoy, enjoy! First, some kids […]

Fusenews: Hunting the snark

After posting a video from the episode of Community where Troy meets his hero LeVar Burton I got a penchant for a little Reading Rainbow.  The universe, it appears, was happy to oblige.  First off you have a woman that I would love to meet one day.  If the name Twila Liggett fails to ring […]

Video Sunday: I swoop and I soar and I fly. Back up, back up

Yes, we’re beginning today by sneakily seeking out weirdo memories from my own youth.  This week my attention was directed to that picture book version of the Peter, Paul and Mary song Puff the Magic Dragon.  It reminded me that long before Yarrow’s words were set to paper, they were appropriated for this bizarre television […]

Fusenews: The broken motel sign adds a nice touch too

Oh man.  Sometimes I just don’t manage to keep up with all the news.  Lightning fast round today, folks!  Keep up if you can. A show of hands.  How many of you knew that the Department of Social and Cultural Analysis at NYU was hosting, in conjunction with the Institute of African American Affairs, a […]

Fusenews: Warning – Contains Me

That’s what Neil Gaiman writes on Twitter whenever he links to one of his blog posts.  “Warning: Contains Me.”  Well, today’s a nice me-centric post, but let’s start off by looking at a “them” instead.  Specifically, a “them” of awesome. Two years ago authors Jim Averbeck and Maria Van Lieshout had an idea.  Since the […]