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SuperLefty on Zmag.org

The fine folks over at Zmag.org picked up the Mcsweeney’s piece.. Read it in a different font now!

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SuperLefty on McSweeney’s Internet Tendency

Further proof that either SuperLefty or our government is seriously unhinged. Read it here.

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The FUCK YOU Movement

Even if you had not just spent a week on a remote farm in Peru with no access to media, then stayed up all night, then travelled for twenty hours zonked on Xanax and arrived in New York at two a.m. unable to sleep until the following night, you might find the Republican National Convention […]

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You leave the farm through the gate and go up the road, where you can probably catch a moto. A moto is a motorcycle-tricycle with a seat in the back for a passenger. The moto takes you to the gas station. At the gas station you can catch a collectivo taxi. For the equivalent of […]

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Ollantaytambo, Peru

Mesclun They were the stars of another hemisphere, flung in unfamiliar patters. This time, the constellations were easy to discern, being three-dimensional and in a vague kind of unwieldy motion, like balloons at the Thanksgiving Day Parade. We started up the road out of the town. The walls and shadows and street and sky were […]

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Cusco, Peru

Your Super Lefty comes to you now from the Southern Hemisphere. She looks North to see the sun and shivers in her hiking boots at night, since it is winter here. In addition to her hiking boots, she wears at all times a fleece and a backapck, making her indistinguishable from the other gringa backpackers. […]

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Lima, Peru

Since Saturday I have observed the following: 1. Coney Island is an ideal place to spend your final night before leaving the country for the Southern Hemisphere. Your memories of your hometown will be at once surreal, quaint and trashy. My travelling companions and I scrambled our way out onto one of the rock jetties […]

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La Dolce Vita Leads to Hypothetical Violence

Seeing a movie in New York City is almost more trouble than it’s worth. It costs nearly $11. You have to get tickets hours, if not days in advance. You have to get to the theater at least forty minutes early so you don’t end up sitting way in the back of way in the […]

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Question #4

Let me get this straight: The Rosenbergs were traitors, becuase they sold secrets to the Russians, America’s then-enemy. But Halliburton is doing business with Iran, America’s current enemy, and they are “[compliant] with applicable laws and regulations” because they’re doing it from the legal loophole of a tax shelter? Someone please explain this to me.

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Work Is Over

A little over a year ago, my employers at my nearly-full time incredibly cushy freelance job informed me that they had no more money with which to pay me for my services. I panicked, and then decided to see if I could be my own boss while exploiting the fact that I was incredibly nerdy […]

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