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Friday, September 28th, 2012

Don't Feed an Internet Troll (Much Less Try to Interview One)

  While we at The Gabbler are big fans of sarcasm and a good laugh at the expense of others, we don’t quite understand why so many people take to the anonymity of the web to post the sort of insults that are so wretched they can even provoke an emotional response from Mitt Romney.

Friday, September 14th, 2012

The Man: Who is He, Really?

“Fuck The Man.” “Let’s stick it to The Man.” “I wish I could go, but I’m stuck working for The Man.” Who is this Man, really? Ever shadowy and elusive, the concept of The Man evokes power,...

Tuesday, August 14th, 2012

Big Bertha's Guide to Sex and Dating

Recently, the so-called “Reddit Rape Thread” sparked an online discussion about the rape culture in America amongst everyone from feminist bloggers to news outlets. After reading the fifth or so article about it, we at The Gabbler...

Wednesday, August 1st, 2012

Jesus's Commies on a Bus Take on the Right Wing

The Nuns on the Bus, a group of nuns lobbying against the Republican Path to Prosperity budget proposal, has been making quite a splash in the media lately. The Gabbler’s Jessica Pierce had the chance to sit...

Tuesday, July 31st, 2012

Ben Franklin: Prolific Genius, or Lying Bastard?

  Ben Franklin. A myth or a superman? Could there really have been someone who was so brilliantly inventive and creative that his varied contributions to society remain in common use almost 300 years later? Who hasn’t...

Wednesday, July 18th, 2012

My Name is Iran and I Have a Drinking Problem

  After discovering that Iran has finally come to terms with its drinking problem, The Gabbler’s Lisa DeBenedictis sat down with the country for a very sobering interview. Lisa DeBenedictis: Thanks for meeting with The Gabbler, Iran....

Friday, July 6th, 2012

Tweens Headed in One Direction: Away from New Spice Girls Musical

Following the announcement that the Spice Girls would be premiering a new musical ‘Viva Forever‘ in the style of Mamma Mia in December 2012, The Gabbler sat down with Emily, Hannah, and Alexis, three thirteen-year-olds to get their...

Thursday, July 5th, 2012

Interrogation with Reclusive Writer Thomas Pynchon Yields Very Little

 Recently, the gang at The Gabbler decided it wasn’t fair that one of their favorite American novelists, Thomas Pynchon, wouldn’t sit for an interview. I mean, who doesn’t want to be interviewed? Who doesn’t want to spill their secrets?...

Tuesday, July 3rd, 2012

The Real American Economy: Red and White, Mostly Blue

Every ‘Shooting Star’ must, eventually, fall — and what the American Economy experienced after the world’s most publicly scrutinized bailout happened to be no different. Four trifling years later, the American Economy sits down with Shruti Sehgal...

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