Author: Paul Campos

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Anti-fandom as identity

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On May 20, 2022
This essay takes as its starting point the people on the Internet — there are apparently a huge number — who are currently obsessed with the idea that Amber Heard is a manipulative liar, who is making Johnny Depp look bad to the public, which is why he was “forced” to sue her for defamation […]
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John Ganz — how is it that I just discovered this guy? — takes readers down the twisted roads that end at the Claremont Institute and the Trump presidency. Claremont is the home of John “I can overthrow it for you wholesale” Eastman, Glenn “People Who Don’t Believe in Reactionary Ethno-Nationalism Aren’t Even Citizens” Ellmers, […]
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The Great Replacement

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On May 14, 2022
At least 10 people are dead and another three wounded after a mass shooting at a supermarket in Buffalo, New York, that authorities said was a “racially motivated hate crime.” The suspect entered a Tops supermarket shortly after 2:30 p.m. while wearing military fatigues, body armor and a tactical helmet and fired a rifle, according […]
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The end(s) of writing

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On May 12, 2022
Five minutes ago I sent in the final corrected proofs of my new book, A FAN’S LIFE: THE AGONY OF VICTORY AND THE THRILL OF DEFEAT, which will be published in August. I’m sitting alone in my office in an almost completely empty building, and I wanted to share the moment with somebody, and it […]
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