Category Archives: Satire

#GOPDebate #JonVoyage

There’s a need in me to synthesize what I’ve seen tonight, August 6, 2015: the Republican party had a debate among ten of their seventeen primary candidates, followed immediately by Jon Stewart hosting his last episode of The Daily Show.

It was notable that Stewart did not engage in much comedy about the debate itself. Obviously the show is taped earlier than the debate, so there was an ongoing gag about that. The debate was ripe for ridicule, though, and the viewing audience was, for the first time, made to realize that this man (and his writing staff and correspondents) wasn’t going to be there each night to make sense of it all.

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Local Woman Friendzones Entirety of New York

“I JUST DON’T THINK OF YOU IN THAT WAY,” sounds through a megaphone in Grand Central Station this Tuesday. Miri Mogilevsky, 23, says she does not have the time or energy to devote to becoming romantically involved with the approximately 8.4 million individuals in the area.

As a Columbia graduate student in the school of social work, Mogilevsky has her studies and career in acute focus. “With my last semester in the spring and the job search coming up, I just can’t find it in myself to become attached to any of the hundreds of people I interact with every day.”

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