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  • Douches Wild: My vote is for Pablows, he demonstrates once again that no matter how many convoluted layers of self conscious pseudo-irony a Baggeriono might marshal in the pursuit of authenticity, the net effect will always be POSEUR, ergo Douche

    Hot Chicks with Douchebags

  • "By articulating profound feelings through cats and marine mammals speaking garbled English, we're able to shroud genuine emotions in pseudo-irony -- which means those animals can evoke deeper emotions without fear of mockery or cheapness." interactivity, engagement and narrative in videogames: "Instead of beating our collective heads against the wall as we try to design games that let players live out their wildest desires, we should be developing worlds that encourage players to explore them as living, breathing, places."

    The Cultural Gutter

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  • Salon: 'A second major factor in the poignancy of the sad lolcat, I would argue, is the use of animals. The comic form is generally a prophylaxis against sentimentality. By articulating profound feelings through cats and marine mammals speaking garbled English, we're able to shroud genuine emotions in pseudo-irony -- which means those animals can evoke deeper emotions without fear of mockery or cheapness.'

    November 16, 2008