New York Times does it again!

Chase Brown
Chase Brown

INTERRACIAL BISEXUAL ORGY ON THE COVER OF NYT BOOK REVIEW 2/10/18

My friend owns a subscription to the NYT. I occasionally read the book review, to try and keep up to date on recent releases. (Hint: They're usually shit, especially ones covered by the NYT.) But today I was truly disgusted. The art on this week's review was atrocious. (((Who))) would take a look at this art and decide that this is fit for the cover of a newspaper?

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Jeremiah Lopez
Jeremiah Lopez

first for F A-hole Fistler

Jackson Campbell
Jackson Campbell

A jew. Why do you even need to ask it by this point?
Vaguely humorous cover though, I guess. Disgusting more than anything.

Jeremiah Russell
Jeremiah Russell

A jew.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pamela_Paul
Pamela Paul is an American writer who currently serves as the editor of The New York Times Book Review.
She is also editor of all book coverage for The New York Times.

bookpage.com/interviews/21278-pamela-paul
Sometimes, she writes, we choose books as voyeurs of others’ misery. She recalls reading The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich during the summer after her freshman year of college, drawn to Holocaust reading “like many other morbid kids with Jewish ancestry.”

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You called it.
I am curious as to who the author is though.

Austin Scott
Austin Scott

author
Fuck me, I meant artist.

Ian Brooks
Ian Brooks

I am so out of place in the world politically. I consider myself a progressive socialist (like my Uncle Addie) and I consider race mixing and 'art' like this to be degenerate.

Most Jewish 'art' can be done by literally anybody because it requires no talent, the key to Jewish art is nepotism. This cover is a doodle that 90 percent of first year art students could make. The reason it is on the cover of the NYT book review is so they can chip away our society and culture and decency.

The sad part is blue-pilled goyim are encouraged by powerful media jews to compliment this disgusting filth for being progressive.

Adam Murphy
Adam Murphy

It literally looks like an art "style" out of Weimar Germany.

Luke Richardson
Luke Richardson

The more I examine this shit, the more horrifying kosher it becomes…

nytimes.com/2018/02/10/insider/book-review-sex-issue.html
Photo (the cover art)
This week’s Book Review is all about pleasure reading.
Credit Andrew Sondern/The New York Times

(((Andrew Sondern)))
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(((Lauren Christensen)))
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This shit reads like a fucking synagogue attendence list.
WHAT A SURPRISE!

As the resident millennial among the preview editors — those of us who select and assign what goes into each Sunday’s issue of The Times Book Review — I tend to end up with any book remotely related to a “young-person” subject. (These might include: the Kardashians; cute dogs; “The Bachelor”; cute cats; pregnancies, planned or unplanned.) I take pride in having honed my high-low niche; absent the presidential biographies, big-name literary novels and academic histories my peers pore over, my bookshelf feels quirkier, a little irreverent, always stimulating.

So it came as little surprise when, back in August, a book landed on my desk with the title
“Buzz: The Stimulating History of the Sex Toy,”
and a cover that made subtle but skillful use of open- and close-parentheses to suggest female genitalia. (I promptly posted it to my Instagram story, dutiful millennial that I am.) Despite my initial skepticism, in the author
(((Hallie Lieberman)))
’s narrative I discovered a wealth of well-researched and thoughtful social context on the development of the self-stimulation device from antiquity to today. I presented it to the higher-ups and recommended a full review.

Shortly thereafter, my colleague
(((Gal Beckerman)))
came across another title he wanted to assign, “Vibrator Nation: How Feminist Sex-Toy Stores Changed the Business of Pleasure.”
Author: Lynn Comella
unlv.edu/people/lynn-comella-phd
Lynn Comella, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of Gender and Sexuality Studies and serves as the program’s undergraduate advisor.
Dr. Comella received a Ph.D. in Communication from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst; an M.A. in Gender Studies and Feminist Theory from the New School for Social Research; and a B.A. in Psychology (Highest Distinction), with minors in Anthropology and Women’s Studies, from The Pennsylvania State University.
lynncomella.com/
Lynn Comella, Ph.D. is an associate professor of gender and sexuality studies in the department of interdisciplinary, gender, and ethnic studies at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
She lives in Downtown Las Vegas with her husband and their three mischievous cats.
>short, dyed hair
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Wew lads.

Dominic Hernandez
Dominic Hernandez

The pairing could not have been more obvious, and thus the seeds of what has now resulted in the Sex Issue — brilliantly christened “Pleasure Reading” by our editor, (((Pamela Paul))) — were sown.

You read that right: We stuffy book nerds have somehow let down our hair enough to put together an entire issue devoted to books about orgasms, porn, kissing, vibrators, bedroom fantasies, extramarital affairs and even teenage hookups. (On the other hand, it’s worth noting that we stuffy book nerds also think that what people are doing on Valentine’s Day weekend is … reading about sex.)

Inevitably, oversight of the issue fell by consensus to me, the lone 20-something. I have ever since been trying to pretend that, when it comes to sex, I have the slightest clue what I’m talking about. I started by pooling my resources, aggregating 50 covers of the most erotic books throughout literary history for the week’s visual back page, “Under the Covers.” (Please appreciate the word “seminal” on that page; it is one of my proudest career achievements to date.) The day that email went out revealed my impossibly erudite colleagues in a new light, instantly transformed as they were into giddy schoolchildren trading naughty jokes behind the teacher’s back. One by one the previewers revealed the steamy, guilty pleasures of their literary pasts. We’ve collectively done some pretty dirty reading.

The theme gave us greater leeway than usual both in subject matter and in reviewers.
We doled out assignments to Cat Marnell, the author of the raw addiction memoir “How to Murder Your Life”;
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cat_Marnell
Her mother is a psychotherapist and her father is a psychiatrist, and she was primarily raised by nannies.
Just days after her open letter, Marnell was hired by Vice for a column called "Amphetamine Logic". Described as darker than her previous work, it focused around Marnell's drug use and day-to-day life. In November, she went to rehab in Thailand on assignment for Vice but did not write anything.[8] When she returned, she began taking drugs again and wrote final goodbye columns for Vice in September 2012 and January 2013
She first received widespread attention when she wrote about using emergency contraception as her primary birth control, which spread through Twitter.
In March 2013, the New York Post reported that Marnell had reached a book deal with (((Simon & Schuster))) worth up to half a million dollars. The publishing house confirmed the deal but declined to address the estimated figure. It was reported that Marnell's memoir would chronicle her "sexual and narcotic adventures" and her "drug-fueled rise" through Condé Nast, xoJane, and Vice. How To Murder Your Life was released on January 31, 2017 in the United States and became an instant New York Times bestseller. The New York Times Book Review called the memoir a "success".
twitter.com/Cat_Marnell
seen here posing with a nigger
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Levi Jackson
Levi Jackson

(((My friend))) owns a subscription to the (((NYT))).

Caleb Cooper
Caleb Cooper

The Times’s Modern Love editor, (((Daniel Jones)))
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facebook.com/JewishTheologicalSeminary/photos/a.10150319786726394.341747.40541326393/10152349484116394/?type=3&theater
The Jewish Theological Seminary near Columbia University as part of a conference they were hosting about contemporary relationships.

(((Peggy Orenstein))), the author of “Girls & Sex”;
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peggy_Orenstein
thejc.com/lifestyle/features/let-s-talk-about-sex-1.54097

Alexander Morgan
Alexander Morgan

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Noah Powell
Noah Powell

and Mary Jo Murphy, who writes our first column dedicated entirely to romance novels, a genre that has until recently remained somewhat distanced from the Book Review’s purview.
nytimes.com/by/mary-jo-murphy
twitter.com/mjomurph?lang=en
6 days ago: Announcement from Outlook Editor Adam B. Kushner and Deputy Outlook Editor and PostEverything Editor Mike Madden: We’re thrilled to announce that Mary Jo Murphy will become an editor on the Outlook/PostEverything team.
Before she joined The Times, Mary Jo worked as a copy editor at New York Newsday, the Daily News, Us Magazine, and Travel & Leisure; she got her start in journalism as a features reporter at the
Charlottesville Daily Progress
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Daily_Progress
The Daily Progress is the sole daily newspaper in the vicinity of Charlottesville, Virginia
Owner(s): Berkshire Hathaway
She graduated from UVA and Columbia’s j-school.
She was born in San Diego and grew up in London
Mary Jo and her husband, Bill Sweeney, will be moving down from the East Village
with their cat, Ramona,

Julian Harris
Julian Harris

garella.com/rich/rich/0109ahot.pdf
Mary Jo Murphy, National
RENEE MURAWSKI, my husband, Bill Sweeney (who works at The Daily News), and I tried to drive …
Bill Sweeney
nydailynews.com/authors?author=Bill-Sweeney
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Biggest Newser contestants included (from bottom l. clockwise): Rob Ng, Bill Sweeney, Will Pakutka, Eric Barrow, Andy Clayton, Mitch Abramson, Charles Gardella and David Boroff. (Xanthos for News)

He's a sportsball bugman married to a fat liberal catlady…

Jesus Christ where do they find these vermin?

Robert Foster
Robert Foster

The real fun began once these pieces started rolling in — turns out it’s not so easy to compile a Sex Issue while maintaining The Times’s elevated house style.
Some edits were obvious: As much as I admired Ms. Marnell’s rough-around-the-edges, colloquial and honest writing style, I simply couldn’t run either of the two “b” verbs she used as synonyms for intercourse.

Less obvious was that I’d need to remove a detailed, explicit quote from the memoir she reviewed, “Getting Off: One Woman’s Journey Through Sex and Porn Addiction.”
Author: Erica Garza
ericagarza.com/about/
==Born in Los Angeles to a Mexican father and a Mexican-American mother, she has spent the majority of her adult life traveling and living abroad.
She currently lives in Los Angeles with her husband and daughter.
Husband: Willow Nielson
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AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAAHHAHHHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

William Morales
William Morales

I had to paraphrase it at the expense, I felt, of the full force of both the book’s and Ms. Marnell’s prose.
Mercifully, Philip B. Corbett,
twitter.com/corbettnyt
the paper’s standards and ethics arbiter, did allow me to keep the quote, “I came so hard I thought my heart would explode.”
Oh, thank goodness you got to keep that winner in there!

“I can live with it,” he wrote to me in one of our several back-and-forth emails, “though it is kind of gamy.” Gamy, indeed.
The much-debated cover of the issue features individuals of all colors, shapes and sizes engaging in what looks like one big book-fueled orgy. “Why’s that one guy wearing a robber’s mask?” I asked when I saw it, before immediately kicking myself for letting slip my utter sexual naïveté.
With good humor and a dose of knowing mischief — the ingredients that characterize the entire issue itself — Pamela simply replied: “If you have to ask … ”

You heard it here first folks, straight from the mouth of the degenerate Jewess running NYT's book review:
"If you have to ask 'what the fuck?' about anything in this maelstrom of degenerate faggotry on our cover, you're not degenerate enough fellow shebrew."

Evan Murphy
Evan Murphy

It's 100% tumblr

Oliver Torres
Oliver Torres

"drawn to Holocaust reading “like many other morbid kids with Jewish ancestry.”
<it's almost as if the Holocaust is pure confabulation, 'death drive' grotesque.
The NYC publishing cabal only can afford printing this Entartekunst on the backs of the student loan debt crushing the youth (and the Federal subsidies allowing for the corrupt textbook licensing practices.)

Even when it isn't degenerate, the infantilstic mediocrity of 'stars' they push – like Rupi Kaur's pajeet poesy – is apex shit /lit/ Entartegedichte

Benjamin Rivera
Benjamin Rivera

I cant wait to start the cleansing, the flame of life needs human fuel to stay ablaze.

Ayden Fisher
Ayden Fisher

Demands backstory - is it real, it looks like he missed?

Camden Bell
Camden Bell

yeah i am moar interested in the backstory of this launch than the degenerate book tbh

Zachary Taylor
Zachary Taylor

It's fake, It's an advertisement

Carson Lopez
Carson Lopez

this looks like complete cgi fakery
not because of the pixels that can't be analyzed because of the potato resolution of the clip
but because of the physics:
the required energy to transfer a faggot from this roof to another one 1km away is not storable in this pair of elastic strings
on launch, the elastics behave as if they were 100 times smaller and zoomed on, we would never be able to see them flapping like that at the image frequency of the cam
the many tons of traction required to pull back the volunteer to cover this distance would fuck the shit up of the tiny charriot and weak-ass poles holding the elastic
the projectile visibility along its trajectory doesn't change, while it should drop fast enough that it shouldn't be visible after the first half second
and arabs wanting to throw fags from a roof would never be creative and hard-working enough to construct shit like that when simply dropping them off would suffice

Jose Phillips
Jose Phillips

We are getting further and further into (((Weimar))) territory, if we haven't already.

Cooper Richardson
Cooper Richardson

My intuitve guess would be more like he would have his neck snapped due to the acceleration.
The time from release to reaching the release point is less than one second, the point of getting to par levels is about 10secs. That is more than 10gs.

Michael Peterson
Michael Peterson

Even if this guy had parachute, he would have been accelerated with roundabout 50g.

Andrew Gomez
Andrew Gomez

Not sure if you are actually a gchq braindead or legit.

Caleb Williams
Caleb Williams

looks real
Have you never seen gravity before?

Easton Miller
Easton Miller

Lets make riddles for the GCHQ, i ll start:

What has a bald head and an infinite number of feet, that mostly move along but sometimes straight?

Ian Jackson
Ian Jackson

I also have a riddle for the analmouses, what moves like they show you in highschool?

Parker King
Parker King

I also have a riddle for the police:
What is your bread and butter but unlike the bum you do not eat from it?

Thomas Richardson
Thomas Richardson

Or lets make one for the jews:
It gets more valueable over time and is done by men.

Or some for the SJWs:
What kills a tranny?

Julian Turner
Julian Turner

What it is the most frightning the gchq can timeshift for a bro?