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What to Make of Finnegans Wake? (2012)

  • Beyond Dubliners there was the unlovable A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, which starts well, charting bold, clear routes, like “Araby,” through the trackless waters of childhood, then fouls its rotors in a dense kelpy snarl of cathected horniness, late-Victorian aesthetics, and the Jesuitical cleverness that, even in Ulysses, wearies the most true-hearted lover of Joyce.
  • Maybe, I considered—having played Mr. Antrobus, a modern Adam, in my high school’s production of The Skin of Our Teeth—in this book Joyce did for the story of Adam and Eve what Ulysses did for the Odyssey, transposing it to contemporary Dublin to ironize the indignities and intricacies of twentieth-century life and consciousness.

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YouTube’s Karate Kid reboot is like the original, except everyone’s way too old to be doing this

  • Did you know YouTube Red fought against Amazon, AMC, Netflix, and Hulu to win the rights to Cobra Kai, a sequel to the original 1984 Karate Kid movie?
  • They did, and now we have actual footage of Danny LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) and Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) returning to their old characters and growling at each other to prove that no, this was not all a fever dream.
  • Cobra Kai sees the two very grown-ass men opening competing karate schools.
  • While Johnny is busy teaching his students about the power of clichés with classics like “mercy is for the weak,” Danny seems to be doing at least a little better on his spiritual journey.
  • “I just don’t know why you’d ever want to bring back Cobra Kai,” he says in the most sane moment of this entire trailer because it’s been more than 30 years since they faced off at the Under-18 All-Valley Karate Tournament.

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6 traits you should look for in a partner, according to matchmakers

  • Last month, a good job and good hair got a right swipe.
  • According to relationship experts, your dating rut may be due to your inability to hone in on traits that predict a successful partnership, even once you've entered the IRL portion of the courtship.
  • Balance between two people, says Goldstein, is key.
  • In every relationship, there's a rock and there's a star," she says.
  • "I'm a firm believer that you can tell a lot about a person by the way they like to travel," she says.
  • "The answers tell you a lot about how someone lives their life outside of the 9-to-5," Goldstein says.
  • "Not everyone is passionate about their job, and maybe it's just a stepping stone to bigger dreams," Tufvesson says.

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