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   (2015.01.04)

I did the obvious thing. I downloaded one or more instruction manuals from essentially every dishwasher manufacturer in existence, extracted just the pages or parts thereof that illustrate how to load the dishwasher, and assembled them on Flickr

   (2014.12.09)

Just what it says: Podcast roundup

   (2014.11.30)

Nobody – at all – is opposed to researcher I. Alex Abramovich’s project addressing gay, lesbian, and transgender youth homelessness. Yet she has the balls to decry “infighting” caused by her own group – transgenders. (Now with UPDATE about her attempted lawfare against me)

   (2014.10.13)

Transgenders, least of all Ray “Sylvia” Rivera, did not lead Stonewall

   (2014.09.25)

Twitter isn’t journalism. Take heed, near-defamer Karen 8 K. Ho. (January 2015: Now with belated response from her)

   (2014.08.06)

A man you’re only supposed to read if you’re some kind of Nazi, Jack Donovan, has suddenly blossomed into a good writer

   (2014.07.12)

No review of the “Food Special Issue.” Eye is a fraud. (Project concluded as of 2014.11.03)

   (2013.07.18)

I fact-checked two reports on women in film and television, paying a lot of attention to the claim there were no wymmyn cinematographers working in Canadian TV in a certain year

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