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  • There’s a concept from the ancient world, revived in the Renaissance, known as serio ludere—“to play seriously.”

    After the Diagnosis

  • It also marks Jonathan Demme's return to the kind of serio-comic, middle-budget American movie -- like


  • Entre lo que publicaban las fuentes noticiosas y los comentarios de reporteros y camaradas a quienes sigo, pude darme cuenta de lo serio del asunto y, especialmente, de la inquietud que embargaba al carnal Morf0 quien sabía que una amiga utiliza esa ruta para llegar a su destino y no se podía comunicar con ella.

    Global Voices in English » Mexico: Shooting at Balderas Metro Station

  • Nikola epoch un hombre lleno de contrariedades, serio y reservado, pero tambin encantador.

    Archive 2009-12-01

  • Commemorating 1,028 economists 'futile opposition to the Smoot-Hawley tariff in 1930, the Club for Growth gathered 1,028 economists' signatures to oppose Congressional momentum towards imposing punitive tariffs on China: We, the undersigned, have serio ...

    China-Bashing, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Anyway, you should really follow Mac McClelland on Twitter, as she continues her serio-comic adventures in the Land Of The Sometimes Free Press.

    BP's Media Clampdown Continues: Activist Hassled By Louisiana Police (VIDEO)

  • The pretext for undertaking a war in Yemen in earnest is currently the serio-comic "attempted terrorist attack" by a young Nigerian national on a passenger airliner outside of Detroit on Christmas Day.

    2010: U.S. To Wage War Throughout The World

  • The shining wet road of Wollheim's memoir came to mind for me because its serio-comic narrative of his emotional de-formation unexpectedly condenses a number of recurrent motifs in the autobiographical writings of

    The Ordinary Sky: Wordsworth, Blanchot, and the Writing of Disaster

  • In this new serio-comedy, Lennon—who is inexplicably wearing a pair of round glasses that no self-respecting undead man should be seen alive in—plays the role of one Musketeer Gripweed, a zombie on a mission to take over first his own unit, then the entire British Army, then the whole world.


  • This triggers a succession of serio-comic events involving a plastic surgeon, former Big Fat Greek Wedding star Nia Vardalos, a drug lord's 'second-best assassin in the world,' etc.

    Archive 2010-05-09


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