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Stock photos of heroin addicts (The Guardian) Government Agents inspecting your privates (The New American) Dictators being dictated (Deadline) Self-perpetuating wealth (New York Times) Some politicians do have a heart! (LA Times)     The height of musical class via Wikimedia Commons

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Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan premiered in American movie theaters yesterday. Bwog contributor Mark Krotov tells you why Kazakh pubis and scantily clad African-American prostitutes may not always be a good thing. I was really excited about Borat. Like, a lot. I saw every trailer multiple times, frequented the website […]

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“By searching for Columbia’s vestiges of patriotism, we may feel as if we are playing a game of Where’s Waldo with a Rand McNally map.” Borat may mock misogyny, anti-Semitism, and racism by overtly exhibiting these traits, and he might grossly stereotype an actual Central Asian country to the point that their government has issued […]

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