Unrequired Reading: May 28, 2010

Happy Memorial Day weekend, dear readers! Let’s kick off the long weekend with some Unrequired Reading!

Polari: one queer anti-language.

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Threesus Christ!

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Go read this Random Roles interview of Danny Trejo by Nathan Rabin! It’s a blast!

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The new Abstract City post by Christoph Niemann is sort of a dull one, but hey.

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Here’s an excerpt from Christopher Hitchens’ memoirs, centered on his relationship with Martin Amis. Thomas Pynchon makes a cameo. Off-screen, of course.

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Maori heads home from France.

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This is too long. My brain hurts!

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This Ta-Nehisi Coates post about Robert E. Lee and “confederate history month” is over a month old, but I just got around to reading it and dug it a lot.

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“Union Square is like a shopping mall with an unusual number of trees that you’re forced to visit anytime you want to go to Brooklyn.” Also, you have to shout, “Death to Israel!” or everyone will know you’re not an NYU student.

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You drop the bomb on me.

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