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That said, the "Watching Mr. Mom and remembering Foucault" headline on the cover makes me real nervous about this seemingly-nice enterprise. In my limited experience, people that are dying to tell you all about the ways in which Foucault factors into and/or justifies their everyday life are bad, bad news. There is also the above photo to consider. Hmm.
On the other side of the coin, the first issue has what looks like an interesting interview with Onion and Adult Swim writer Joe Randazzo, and anyway, it's nice to see anything that isn't another article explaining why technology means that men will literally never do anything but use the internet to get laid ever again. Those are getting pretty tired.
Anyway, I suppose I'll reserve judgment about Kindling until I "read an actual issue," or something. How quaint.
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