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Tuesday, April 16th, 2013

What a (Single) Girl Wants

When The Gabbler contacted Sophia Richardson, a young editorial assistant at a boutique publishing house in New York City, we hoped for a juicy discussion about the love life of a single woman in an urban setting. What we got, however, was a lesson on how some women see a boyfriend as a living, breathing

Monday, March 4th, 2013

The Founding Fathers and the Great Tradition of American Bickering

Since 2009, the Tea Party Movement has been harkening back to our revered Founding Fathers, holding them up as men who fought to create an evangelical Christian nation with a small central government. Meanwhile, liberals have been...

Friday, February 15th, 2013

They Melt in Our Mouths: Our Secret Cannibalism of M&Ms

One of Super Bowl Sunday’s most popular commercials this year featured Naya Rivera attempting to eat Red, the well-known spokescandy of M&Ms. So when Red himself reached out to The Gabbler asking to be interviewed, we were...

Monday, February 4th, 2013

PETA Takes on the Puppy Bowl

Yesterday, millions of Americans ordered some beer, wings, and pizza and sat down to enjoy the entertainment highlight of the year: Puppy Bowl IX. Unfortunately, not all Americans appreciate this spectacular annual event with the same passion....

Friday, January 4th, 2013

Starving for Manners: An Interview with a Diet Plan

As the New Year begins, millions of Americans have resolved to lose weight, whether it’s the five pounds gained over the holidays or the fifty pounds gained in the years since college graduation. To aid them in...

Monday, November 12th, 2012

Don't You Think a Rhetorical Question Has Feelings, Too?

Recently, while checking out the new linguistics blog, The Lingua File, we came upon an article about rhetorical questions and it sparked a curiosity to learn more about life as a rhetorical device. So we set out...

Monday, October 29th, 2012

Welcome to the (Third) Party!

This year’s presidential election has been largely focused on the candidates of the two major parties, with little press or consideration given to any third party. In an effort to bring more attention to third parties, the...

Wednesday, October 17th, 2012

Obama And Romney Debate About Absolutely Nothing

  Just a few hours before presidential candidates took the stage in Long Island at Hofstra University for the second of three debates, President Barack Obama and his opponent, former Governor of Massachusetts Mitt Romney, agreed to...

Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012

The Agony and the Ecstasy of the Jersey Shore

Tomorrow the MTV reality sensation Jersey Shore premieres its final season. The popular show, while often controversial, has been an economic boom for the small New Jersey resort town, Seaside Heights, where it’s filmed. To reflect on...

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