Kill your darlings.
I’m kind of known for my freewheeling associative intros in a comedy article, but sometimes you need to get to the point. This intro did not do that. Too much foreplay, not enough sex, as the case may be in this Joanna Angel interview:
Back in April, we asked her 10 weird questions, and it was good. But can you ever really get enough of Joanna Angel? All of our porn-science says no. Then it removes its glasses and opens its lab coat to reveal very little clothing. Porn-science is the best science. Except for maybe science porn. Oh man, what if pornographers and scientists got together to make a scientifically educational porno? Let’s get Neil DeGrasse Tyson on the horn and see if he’d host it.
Anyway, here’s everything else I’ve been up to:
Telenovela star Paola Nunez and I had a very fine chat about life in Miami vs. Mexico, and how soap operas relate to national culture.
Really, just the nicest lady.
I interviewed actress and summarily crushed on Candace Kita with a one-on-one and then a Ten Weird Questions piece.
Pictured here as an air-bender.
I reviewed the DC book you absolutely must be reading, plus a couple others in in Reviews: Grayson, Batgirl, Sabrina.
I promise you this picture is rightside-up.
I rounded up the hottest Instagram pictures from Jessica Ashley
, Jessica Larson
, and Emily Ratajkowski
. Then I wrote the best Ice Bucket Challenge headline ever (though not the article): Aerosmith Emerges from Cryogenic Treatment to Extend Life
which you love for its technical accuracy if completely incorrect story.
Based on those lips, that is either Emily Ratajkowski or Steven Tyler.
Let’s be honest — none of us in her league.
I reviewed everything on the planet along with some other CBS and Man Cave folk for Labor Day BBQs and the more current Autumn Review of Everything.
Nobody wants to look at product shots.
I interviewed Marvel’s Jordan D. White about the upcoming all-star line of Star Wars comics.
You just did the respirator noise in your head right now, didn’t you?
I asked Ten Weird Questions of NGHBRS and of Vacationer’s Kenny Vasoli.
And I reviewed two kinds of disturbing genre film with my thoughts on Autómata and Honeymoon.
So you can’t screw a sexbot without a wig? Hoo boy, what a delicately balanced eroticism you possess.
All in all, I’m having a real fun time.