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  • As Sandler writes in "Slouching Toward Babylon", from Righteous:

    2006: The Year Dawkins Jumped The Shark

  • I'm reminded of Joan Didion, in 'Slouching Towards Bethlehem', commenting on a newspaper report (the year is 1967) which says 'Hippies despise money - they call it' bread ''.

    Archive 2004-09-12

  • A little more than thirty years ago Joan Didion reported, in Slouching Towards Bethlehem, on the Las Vegas wedding industry — which, she found, was not based solely on "the premise that marriage, like craps, is a game to be played when the table seems hot."

    The Wedding Merchants

  • Robert Bork writes in Slouching Toward Gamorrah, “There are, no doubt, complex causes for illegitimacy and violence in today’s society, but it seems impossible to deny that one cause is the messages popular culture insistently presses on us.”

    Why PopPolitics? | PopPolitics.com

  • J.P. Morgan: 'Slouching' Into a Recession Coming amid continued turmoil in the financial and credit markets, the report sent stocks lower, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average falling 146.70 points Friday to close at 11,893.69.

    Jobs Data Suggest U.S.

  • This is a huge blow for Judith Regan – publisher of books such as Slouching Toward Gomorrah and How To Make Love Like A Porn Star – and reports are suggesting that the sacking came after Judith Regan allegedly made some kind of anti-Semitic comment to Jane Friedman in a telephone conversation.

    Ron Goldman’s Dad Sues Everyone Over Dumb OJ Simpson Book

  • The Party Of Cut And Run Is Now The Party Of The Divided, "Slouching" Towards Insanity

    HERE, THERE AND BACK AGAIN - A Townhall.com user blog

  • Several years ago, Robert Bork authored "Slouching Towards Gomorrah".

    No love for Harry Reid on the Tea Party Express

  • As DeLong writes in a draft version of Slouching Towards Utopia, "This school [libertarian economic fundamentalist] is such as to make refutation difficult: their universe of values and assumptions is" crazy "in that it has so little in common with the one that the rest of us take for granted that it is hard to determine what arguments will have purchase."

    Deadwood as the model of a Conservatives Utopia

  • New books like Slouching Toward Adulthood: Observations from the Not-So-Empty Nest are rolling off the presses daily to explain the "shocking truth" behind the fact that 5.9 million people between the ages of 25 and 35 are now living with their parents.

    Holly Robinson: Why I Told My Daughter to Quit Her Job

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