The Corner

Bored With Esquire

Russ Smith writes:

One feature in the current issue shows just how “nerdy” it has become: “The Esquire 70: As in, The Seventy Things That Make Us Very Happy to Be Alive Today.” Included on this list are iTunes, Altoids Tangerine Sours, Canada, creamed spinach, the actress Maggie Gyllenhaal, JetBlue, outdoor showers, Jennifer Coolidge, the New York Times, “the revenge (if there’s even a shred of justice in the world) of Howell Raines,” Sarah Silverman, “the nooner,” Maura Tierney, deflation and Kleenex Cottonelle.

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