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  • @studiesincrap
    31 July, 2015

    @flugennock those two are the only un-formulaic ones-- and can still only barely stand them

  • @studiesincrap
    31 July, 2015

    @annehelen that's nuts. the piece is excellent, and Cruise is only scary if you happen to be contractually betrothed to him

  • @studiesincrap
    31 July, 2015

    Things Commenters on Breitbart's VACATION Review Are Denouncing: SJWs Jews Chevy Chase for being mean to Gerald Ford 40 years ago

  • @studiesincrap
    31 July, 2015

    I take no issue with the dopes at Breitbart calling the new VACATION "partisan" or whatever. But when they call Clark Griswold "iconic"?

  • @studiesincrap
    31 July, 2015

    @RichardMcGovern i would click on that piece

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Alan Scherstuhl

Alan Scherstuhl

Alan Scherstuhl is film editor at The Village Voice. He also covers books, music, and other matters for the Voice, in addition to writing Studies in Crap, his ongoing humor column about bizarre books and ephemera found at junkshops.

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