HIT & RUN
 
  Jun 2001
 


7 Jun 2001


6.7.01: Eternal returns

 
  May 2001
 


31 May 2001


05.31.01: Learning from Jerry, burning for Pearl, spurning Britannica.com


24 May 2001


05.24.01: Kaycee's second death, Kurtz's double diss, and Suck on the ropes


17 May 2001


05.17.01: From freeware to freework


10 May 2001


05.10.01: Mom, The Law, And Air Apple Pie


3 May 2001


05.3.01: Michael Tchong picks a fight with Suck, and more

 
  Apr 2001
 


26 Apr 2001


04.26.01: Jabbed, NABbed, and Blabbed


19 Apr 2001


04.19.01: Bad teachers, bad nuns, bad animals, and bad monkeys


12 Apr 2001


04.12.01: The death of the web, continued: A brief history


5 Apr 2001


04.5.01: Babs battles on, campaign reform is a gas, UK footballers hit hard, fast and often

 
  Mar 2001
 


29 Mar 2001


03.29.01: The Day the Clown Died: Bozo gets canceled, viral pals Back the web, OS X marks the spot, and more


22 Mar 2001


03.22.01: Dotcoms still feeling woozy, pups pound Palestinians, we get ripped


15 Mar 2001


03.15.01: Martin Lawrence gets digitized, Wham-O! gets funky, and the banner yet waves


8 Mar 2001


03.8.01: Web geniuses are like buses, Brendan is like butter, we find a bride for the Peter Pan guy, and more


1 Mar 2001


03.1.01: Spies, Drug Lords, Trade Show Schnooks, and more

 
  Feb 2001
 


22 Feb 2001


02.22.01: A real-life Barney Fife gets his man, Creationists catch the genome, Grammys go Native, and more


15 Feb 2001


02.15.01: The N Word just pops out, Naked News jobs pop up, McVeigh fouls out, and dateless wonders bounce back


8 Feb 2001


02.8.01: Shakespeare in turnaround, Chynese war on


1 Feb 2001


02.1.01: Atheism, Advocates, Agony, and more

 
  Jan 2001
 


25 Jan 2001


01.25.01: Jandek off the charts, love children in da house, Englishmen in the grave, and more


18 Jan 2001


01.18.01: The imploding of the American mind


11 Jan 2001


01.11.01: The Hate Trick, or You Can Touch It With a Ten-Foot Pole


4 Jan 2001


01.4.01: Mummers mumming, job applicants hunting and evil Santas shooting


 
  Dec 2000
 


21 Dec 2000


12.21.00: The bad news, the worse news, and the ugly news


14 Dec 2000


12.14.00: Unpardonable offenses, reeking rumors and the Sucksters' clean keesters


7 Dec 2000


12.7.00: New Yorker duped again, talking heads keep coming, and more

 
  Nov 2000
 


30 Nov 2000


11.30.00: Candidates fly the coup, boy geniuses look for love, domains get down, Denby dumbs up, and more


16 Nov 2000


11.16.00: Saturday Night Undead, It's Pat!, Vanity of vanities, and more


9 Nov 2000


11.9.00: George W. Booze, rich Senators, and dead Senators


2 Nov 2000


11.2.00: The poop on PS2, animal rights, Joe's dong, and more

 
  Oct 2000
 


12 Oct 2000


10.12.00: Going off-Linux, new Insights, and more


5 Oct 2000


10.5.00: Going off-Linux, new Insights, and more

 
  Sep 2000
 


28 Sep 2000


9.28.00: Cops on the DL, TiVo in the house, the Times on the lookout, and more


21 Sep 2000


09.21.00: Saddam speaks, Hollywood's finest go into exile, critics criticize, and eBay says YES! to Suck.


14 Sep 2000


9.14.00: "In the beginning was the word, and the..."


7 Sep 2000


9.7.00: The Single-Daughter Theory: A Suck special report

 
  Aug 2000
 


31 Aug 2000


8.31.00: "For a medium jointly ruled by one-click shopping..."


24 Aug 2000


CCXLI: Back that Thang Up! Al Gore III Busted, The Season's Hottest Baby Names and/or Magazine Titles, and More!


17 Aug 2000


CCXL: X-Games! From Down Syndrome to Street Luge in 20 seconds


10 Aug 2000


CCXXXIX: Return of the Vacuum Tube: Suck Breaks One-Week Silence on RNC, Macaulay Culkin, and More!


3 Aug 2000


CCXXXVIII: Petulant prolixity, good dogs, illegal downloads, revisited riots, and more

 
  Jul 2000
 


27 Jul 2000


CCXXXVII: "Martin Lawrence spent part of last summer in..."


13 Jul 2000


CCXXXVI: Immortality postponed, Founding Fathers dissed, real estate follies, and more


6 Jul 2000


CCXXXV: Walter's mission, Williams's d'Ascoynes, Gates's gate, and more

 
  Jun 2000
 


29 Jun 2000


CCXXXIV: Naughton on crime, street people on the genome, Suck on football, and more


22 Jun 2000


CCXXXIII: Extreme video, Suck chickens out, and big body counts


15 Jun 2000


CCXXXII: Airlinez in Orbit, DNA dealerships, Super Mario Warriors, and more


8 Jun 2000


CCXXXI: Amazon's Ms. Big speaks to Suck, Elvis's cook enters into Heaven, Dungeonmasters go open kimono, and more


1 Jun 2000


CCXXX: We're ready for our closeups

 
  May 2000
 


25 May 2000


CCXXIX: Mugs, thugs and plugs


18 May 2000


CCXXVIII: Papal bull, gun-toting moms, evil coaches, stupid fact checkers, and more!


11 May 2000


CCXXVII: Black chicks do Hollywood, the UN does nothing, our Love Bug report, and a South-of-the-Border greeting


4 May 2000


CCXXVI: Jesus lives, Hercules dies, hacktors strike, and more

 
  Apr 2000
 


27 Apr 2000


CCXXV: Travolta signs on the dotted line, Lars Ulrich gets paid, Lucianne Goldberg wipes Suck.com off her shoe


20 Apr 2000


CCXXIV: Burst bubbles, movie news, web studs, and crazy Iranians


13 Apr 2000


CCXXIII: "Alexander Pay n e , t h e..."


6 Apr 2000


CCXXII: Near death, near comedy, and near misses

 
  Mar 2000
 


30 Mar 2000


CCXXI: Ass jokes, dick jokes, and Uranus


23 Mar 2000


CCXX: Celebrity meat, feckless Rap, and more


16 Mar 2000


CCXIX: Jet setter falls, Dole shills, vendors get Ralled, and the pope gets rolled


9 Mar 2000


CCXVIII: Elephant poop, libertarian scoop, Southerners duped, and the Meathead's endless loop


2 Mar 2000


CCXVII: "Grapevin e , C B S ' s..."

 
  Feb 2000
 


24 Feb 2000


CCXVI: "Republican primary in which m o s t..."


17 Feb 2000


CCXV: Spoof artist talks, Windows 2000 balks, Web lovebird walks


10 Feb 2000


CCXIV: Rants, raves, and 'funny' headlines


3 Feb 2000


CCXIII: Toilet reading goes down the drain, Superbowl goes kerblooey, and more

 
  Jan 2000
 


27 Jan 2000


CCXII: Cat juggling, Barbra boxing, death defying, and more


20 Jan 2000


CCXI: Artificial life forms, past-their-prime musical geniuses, and Garth Brooks


13 Jan 2000


CCX: "Jerry Levin wound up on to p ,..."


6 Jan 2000


CCIX: Kenny's G spot, France falling, and hate mail we like


 
  Dec 1999
 


23 Dec 1999


CCVIII: Laugh until you cough with Brown & Williamson, sing along with the Cartwrights, and more


16 Dec 1999


CCVII: Christmas jeers, retch-a-sketch, and digital division


9 Dec 1999


CCVI:


2 Dec 1999


CCV: The Great Web Whitewash, mall TV, Mother Love's crash diet, and more

 
  Nov 1999
 


18 Nov 1999


CCIV: The Great Unread, Oski's accessories, game show madness, and Comdex doldrums


11 Nov 1999


CCIII: Cheaters never prosper, Shatner never dies, and Sweetness never stops winning


4 Nov 1999


CCII: Religious strife, dateless wonders, dirty dogs, and more

 
  Oct 1999
 


28 Oct 1999


CCI: Media shmedia, we're here for our shareholders!


21 Oct 1999


CC: Raving chess masters, soft-money hardbodies, and Potter rotters


14 Oct 1999


CXCIX: What's up? Who's down? Why worry?


7 Oct 1999


CXCVIII: Kids 'n' kredit, priceless Jewell, and dog slobber

 
  Sep 1999
 


30 Sep 1999


CXCVII: Hip-hop rocks, Paytrust paydirt, and more


23 Sep 1999


CXCVI: Purdy goes ironic, we stick up for Jerry, and life is a movie


16 Sep 1999


CXCV: "Film Board's meg a - h i t..."


9 Sep 1999


CXCIV: "Philadelphia, the de f a c t o..."

 
  Aug 1999
 


26 Aug 1999


CXCIII: Blair Witch backlash, hamster spikes, Brady bull, and more


19 Aug 1999


CXCII: Indian Wars, Useless Aid, Lost Mail, and Killer Tomatoes


12 Aug 1999


CXCI: Exhuming the Exonicle, reviving Nixon, restraining Dave Matthews fans


5 Aug 1999


CXC: "As the subtext of Mar k O ."

 
  Jul 1999
 


29 Jul 1999


CLXXXIX: Woodstock burns, Hooters bounces, AOL salutes


22 Jul 1999


CLXXXVIII: John-John in the drink, New Kids in the house, black and white on the desktop, and more


15 Jul 1999


CLXXXVII: A comedy how-to, an Oprah zine, a tough ticket, a stoned spider, and a cheap education


8 Jul 1999


CLXXXVI: Doggie Lojack, lethal flags, harsh realms, and other bad ideas


1 Jul 1999


CLXXXV: Internet delusions, talking pets, killer tuna, plastic army men and other fakes in the news

 
  Jun 1999
 


24 Jun 1999


CLXXXIV: All bad news, all the time


17 Jun 1999


CLXXXIII: The Dead speak to Suck, journalism is dead on the Web, Ron Rosenbaum kills poseurs dead


10 Jun 1999


CLXXXII: More violent reactions, more Net news, more millions made, more shameless shills


3 Jun 1999


CLXXXI: Killer webmasters, killer campaigns, killer music, and killer bees

 
  May 1999
 


27 May 1999


CLXXX: Off-road proms, unpopular aliens, unbowed activists, and outlaw cops


20 May 1999


CLXXIX: Off-road proms, unpopular aliens, unbowed activists, and outlaw cops


13 May 1999


CLXXVIII: Kurt Andersen plugged, X-ray glasses on your mug, AOLTV is the drug


6 May 1999


CLXXVII: Teen wars, spiked coffee, targeting Rosie, and well-hung Webmasters

 
  Apr 1999
 


29 Apr 1999


CLXXVI: "Maybe Netizens hav e s o m e..."


22 Apr 1999


CLXXV: High school tragedy, TV-Free America, and Dilbert's lawyers


15 Apr 1999


CLXXIV: Larry Ellison's elaborate practical joke, Johnny Hart's crabbed fundamentalism, and Suck's Enemies List


8 Apr 1999


CLXXIII: Larry Ellison's elaborate practical joke, Johnny Hart's crabbed fundamentalism, and Suck's Enemies List


1 Apr 1999


CLXXII: 'Honk Your Horn to Stop the Porn' and other modern travesties

 
  Mar 1999
 


25 Mar 1999


CLXXI: Jerry Rubin 2.0, feeling The Independent Spirit, and the death of rock criticism


18 Mar 1999


CLXX: Fall of the death cultists, talking sandwich fisticuffs, and election 2000 Web hi-jinks


11 Mar 1999


CLXIX: More Amazon feedback, post-Ritalin cures for ADD, and Kubrick's posthumous legacy


4 Mar 1999


CLXVIII: eBay's Achilles' heel, appleimac.com, Ebert's new partner, and the long arm of Suck

 
  Feb 1999
 


25 Feb 1999


CLXVII: Purple Moon's waxing and waning, Generation X poetry, and pregnant fellas


18 Feb 1999


CLXVI: Amazon.com goes Usenet, The Nation columnists wrastle, Clinton struggles for world peace, and Slate takes a price cut


11 Feb 1999


CLXV: Ron Jeremy stages the Starr Report, Broadway stages Charles Schulz, and Barry Diller stages a takeover


4 Feb 1999


CLXIV: Former child star sightings, the House of Satan, and Super Bowl Fiascoes

 
  Jan 1999
 


28 Jan 1999


CLXIII: A date with Larry Ellison, Apple's Y2K bug, and Roger Ebert on labor


21 Jan 1999


CLXII: Sacred trinkets, butt cams, Nordic genes, and Republican rejoinders


14 Jan 1999


CLXI: A Simple Song of Peace, Men of Steel Balls, Civil War Porn, and Drudge's folly


7 Jan 1999


CLX: Fat acceptance workshops, lethal hairbrushes, Ramadan greeting cards and other holiday gifts


 
  Dec 1998
 


17 Dec 1998


CLIX: Grading teachers, downgrading Oprah, parading luckless youth, and evading bizarre spam


10 Dec 1998


CLVIII: Without The New Yorker, The Times, and Salon, the world would be desolate and unfunny


3 Dec 1998


CLVII: What 7th Heaven, the Unknown Comic, Time magazine and Ira Glass have in common

 
  Nov 1998
 


19 Nov 1998


CLVI: "The Da y o f t h e..."


12 Nov 1998


CLV: "Jimmy Carter and George Bu s h ,..."


5 Nov 1998


CLIV: "Ventura's surprise pile-dr i v i n g..."

 
  Oct 1998
 


29 Oct 1998


CLIII: "The New Yor k e r ' s..."


8 Oct 1998


CLII: Global recessions, local depressions, and tawdry confessions


1 Oct 1998


CLI: "This week's announcem e n t b y..."

 
  Sep 1998
 


24 Sep 1998


CL: "World Service radio broadc a s t s..."


17 Sep 1998


CXLIX: "House's secret-sp i l l i n g..."


10 Sep 1998


CXLVIII: "The Toron t o S t a r..."


3 Sep 1998


CXLVII: "Yeltsin-Clinton summit th e ' W h y..."

 
  Aug 1998
 


27 Aug 1998


CXLVI: "Drudge's greatest triump h h a v e..."


20 Aug 1998


CXLV: "Clinton. We were counting on o n e..."


13 Aug 1998


CXLIV:


6 Aug 1998


CXLIII: "America, there's not much m o r e..."

 
  Jul 1998
 


30 Jul 1998


CXLII:


23 Jul 1998


CXLI: "Francisco. But don ' t g e t..."


16 Jul 1998


CXL: "Diane and Mike are the virgin a l..."


9 Jul 1998


CXXXIX: "Roy Rogers fo r a f e w..."


2 Jul 1998


CXXXVIII:

 
  Jun 1998
 


25 Jun 1998


CXXXVII: "Right on all counts , b u t..."


18 Jun 1998


CXXXVI: "Co n t e n t a s..."


11 Jun 1998


CXXXV: "Thailand, Samart Phakphu m , t h e..."


4 Jun 1998


CXXXIV: "Lewinsky family, af t e r a n..."

 
  May 1998
 


28 May 1998


CXXXIII: DC crack-smokers, Indonesian flame wars, erotic amputation, and Chex Quest


21 May 1998


CXXXII: Microsoft's 'little joke,' fading teen idolhood, Zap's money and The Nuge's mea


14 May 1998


CXXXI: The pride of The New Republic, Libby Dole's pole vault, and Jerry Springer 2.0


7 May 1998


CXXX: Barnyard Special: Washington weasels, two-headed pigs, laughing rats, and media octopi

 
  Apr 1998
 


30 Apr 1998


CXXIX: Dwarves, Disney, dreams, drones and dreck


23 Apr 1998


CXXVIII: Hit Men, Newton Boys, Seinfeld, Superman, and Iran


16 Apr 1998


CXXVII: Seinfeld's new job, Amelio's old job, Michael's slob job, and 60 Minute's snow job


9 Apr 1998


CXXVI: South Park PR, Titanic II, and CitySearch


2 Apr 1998


CXXV: Kids Who Kill, lifestyles primers, Salomon sexcapades, and Suck.com in the house!

 
  Mar 1998
 


26 Mar 1998


CXXIV: Titanic's wet dream, Jack Stanton, Bill Clinton, and a bottle of Pepcid


19 Mar 1998


CXXIII: Cadaver Chic, Gates' new bludgeon, and TechnoAmway


12 Mar 1998


CXXII: "Continuing the brave m a r c h..."


5 Mar 1998


CXXI: Copyrighting crime, Jim Rose on People's Court, and corporate logo tattoos

 
  Feb 1998
 


26 Feb 1998


CXX: Big Blue tumors, CBS blunders, and the friction-free future


19 Feb 1998


CXIX: Filtering ads, porn, and C-SPAN


12 Feb 1998


CXVIII: Six Degrees of Monica, gaydar, and the Psychic Friends


5 Feb 1998


CXVII: Death of Spy, the birth of Persian Kitty, and the value of words

 
  Jan 1998
 


29 Jan 1998


CXVI: Monicas we have known and loved, NASA, and Variety's 'slanguage.'


22 Jan 1998


CXV: Oprah has a cow, Texas arms its parish, and Sundance smells the Love


15 Jan 1998


CXIV: Time, the Times, J. Peterman, and suicide


8 Jan 1998


CXIII: Copy-cat killer trees, priapism, eyepopping punishment


 
  Dec 1997
 


18 Dec 1997


CXII: Ads in ATMs. Ads in toilets. ATMs in toilets?


11 Dec 1997


CXI: Pop-Up imbroglios and fruitless browsing


4 Dec 1997


CX: Sex, death, and bad breath

 
  Nov 1997
 


20 Nov 1997


CIX: What are you waiting for? Buy the Suck book


13 Nov 1997


CVIII: "It wouldn't be a clich&eacu t e ;..."


6 Nov 1997


CVII: Greed, greed, and more greed: money and news in the news

 
  Oct 1997
 


30 Oct 1997


CVI: Frank Sinatra is not dead - this and more breaking news


23 Oct 1997


CV: Decoding Spy and daring Signal to Noise


16 Oct 1997


CIV: Breaking Egg, being Frank: magazine launches


9 Oct 1997


CIII: The first $1.2 million is the easiest, and other net.truths


2 Oct 1997


CII: A Marv Albert - Billy Graham - Catholic League threesome

 
  Sep 1997
 


25 Sep 1997


CI: The more things change, the more they get the same


18 Sep 1997


C: Suck is sorry in Hit and Run


11 Sep 1997


XCIX: Below the Beltway: Hit and Run's Washington edition


4 Sep 1997


One: "We've been running (or re-running) this collection..."

 
  Aug 1997
 


28 Aug 1997


XCVIII: You ought not to be in pictures: Quentin Tarantino and tobacco


21 Aug 1997


XCVII: Have you believed it? Spinning tales about Mr. K, Special K, and OK


14 Aug 1997


XCVI: You know - for kids! Feeling good about feeling good and other media news


7 Aug 1997


XCV: The passing of windbags: Burroughs, Beavis and Butt-head, RIP

 
  Jul 1997
 


31 Jul 1997


XCIV: Just Sein No: The New York Review of Books and Limbaugh's better half give us reason to abstain


24 Jul 1997


XCIII: Skin and bones: Miss America and fishing fallout make the news


17 Jul 1997


XCII: Media missteps and infotainment ironies


10 Jul 1997


XCI: A bad case of Nerve and a bad rap: Media mogulese

 
  Jun 1997
 


26 Jun 1997


XC: All the news that's fit to crib


19 Jun 1997


LXXXIX: Tiger chases his own tail and Wired licks it: Media malaprops


12 Jun 1997


LXXXVIII: Seeing Double: Kotex.com and other imitators


5 Jun 1997


LXXXVII: Selling out and making a killing

 
  May 1997
 


29 May 1997


LXXXVI: The year's most inriguing people! The 10 hotestmutual funds! Wat your doctor isn't telling you about HMOs!


22 May 1997


LXXXV: WB goes after whitey, crack (story) is whack


15 May 1997


LXXXIV: All the Presidents' mein, and who's leading the way


8 May 1997


LXXXIII: The high proce of giving, kicking back


1 May 1997


LXXXII: Border (tag) disputes at Zine2000, the Republic of Texas

 
  Apr 1997
 


24 Apr 1997


LXXXI: Smoke 'em if you got 'em: Cig settlements and burning newspapers


17 Apr 1997


LXXX: Sex, violence, and oh yeah, crack: What passes for news in Hit and Run


10 Apr 1997


LXXIX: Fiona Giles' Dick for a Day, Bob Guccione is just a dick - media porn in Hit and Run


3 Apr 1997


LXXVIII: Death and hacks: Higher Source: The movies, The Official Alien Abuductee's Handboo, and April Fish

 
  Mar 1997
 


27 Mar 1997


LXXVII: Making a mountain out of a Sno-Ball and Dr. Kevorkian making a killing in the art market


20 Mar 1997


LXXVI: Media prophylactics


13 Mar 1997


LXXV: NASA hacked and crime stats whacked in Hit and Run


6 Mar 1997


LXXIV: Get 'em while they're haute: Couture castoffs, Eszterhas epigrams, and fanzines for fawners

 
  Feb 1997
 


27 Feb 1997


LXXIII: Cloning around and making ba(n)d investments - media bites back


20 Feb 1997


LXXII: Meet the Virtual Manager!


13 Feb 1997


LXXI: Passing off masturbation as self-examination


6 Feb 1997


LXX: Allegra Coleman proves that fiction is stranger than fiction

 
  Jan 1997
 


30 Jan 1997


LXIX: Taking stocks to the streets, Superbowl-ed over


23 Jan 1997


LXVIII: The People vs. Hoary Print: Hit and Run smacks at The Economist and The Wall Street Journal


16 Jan 1997


LXVII: Making money on the web: Don't charge, sue! Slate, GeekGirl(s) and more


9 Jan 1997


LXVI: A year-end crash


 
  Dec 1996
 


19 Dec 1996


LXV: "What with the headach e s o f..."


12 Dec 1996


LXIV: "Ever since Texas passed its l a w..."


5 Dec 1996


LXIII: "How many times can the Apocalyp s e..."

 
  Nov 1996
 


28 Nov 1996


LXII: "With the merciful passage of t h e..."


21 Nov 1996


LXI: "While advertising incanta t i o n s..."


14 Nov 1996


LX: "With his wax-museum 'good loo k s '..."


7 Nov 1996


LIX: "Ah, those hazy days of yor e ,..."

 
  Oct 1996
 


31 Oct 1996


LVIII: "When TV viewers lost interes t i n..."


24 Oct 1996


LVII: "New York's American Museum of t h e..."


17 Oct 1996


LVI: "Snapple may have taken a bath i n..."


10 Oct 1996


LV: "Rock 'n' roll was sell i n g..."


3 Oct 1996


LIV: "The web is a powerful solvent, t o..."

 
  Sep 1996
 


26 Sep 1996


LIII: "The problem with computers , y o u..."


19 Sep 1996


LII: "The Oscars? Mel Gibson won seve n !..."


12 Sep 1996


LI: "Here's a newsflash that fill s u s..."


5 Sep 1996


L: "But in order to get po l e..."

 
  Aug 1996
 


29 Aug 1996


XLIX: "John Williams's departur e f r o m..."


22 Aug 1996


XLVIII: "Those of us who keep Fa s t..."


15 Aug 1996


XLVII: "Amid all the hoop l a o f..."


8 Aug 1996


XLVI: "Every office has a coupl e o f..."


1 Aug 1996


XLV: "Fresh in their new corporasphe r e ,..."

 
  Jul 1996
 


25 Jul 1996


XLIV: "What's in a name? Legal threa t s..."


18 Jul 1996


XLIII: "In the mess of mega-me d i a..."


11 Jul 1996


XLII: "What's it take to get a littl e..."


4 Jul 1996


XLI: "Tragicomedy: it's not onl y o u r..."

 
  Jun 1996
 


27 Jun 1996


XL: "There are those that c a l l..."


20 Jun 1996


XXXIX: "It's 10 A.M. and you're perch e d..."


13 Jun 1996


XXXVIII: "It's an inescapable fact t h a t..."


6 Jun 1996


XXXVII: "It's hard to forge a successf u l..."

 
  May 1996
 


30 May 1996


XXXVI: "It's difficult for us to disli k e..."


23 May 1996


XXXV: "Rats to Katz: On the Web, ther e..."


16 May 1996


XXXIV: "Our New Yorker arrived late , s o..."


9 May 1996


XXXIII: "Faithful readers of Suck wil l n o..."


2 May 1996


XXXII: "We hope Colors's disavow a l o f..."

 
  Apr 1996
 


25 Apr 1996


XXXI: "Yahoo dropped the soap. In t h e..."


18 Apr 1996


XXX: "Flip channels in the l a t e..."


11 Apr 1996


XXIX: "Ray Magliozzi 'Car Talk' gu y s ,..."


4 Apr 1996


XXVIII: "Old media reporters must rea l l y..."

 
  Mar 1996
 


28 Mar 1996


XXVII: Cool as Hell-vetica! More sites that are serif-fic!


21 Mar 1996


XXVI: "Right To Regulate The Intern e t '..."


14 Mar 1996


XXV: "Whatever happened to the Fire f l y..."


7 Mar 1996


XXIV: In cyberspace, no one can hear you cream

 
  Feb 1996
 


29 Feb 1996


XXIII: Ellison's Goad news, live, from megacorp.com


22 Feb 1996


XXII: Sticking it to Angelique, Cheryl, and Jackie, in the Bronx


15 Feb 1996


XXI: "The latest issue of Time on l y..."


8 Feb 1996


XX: "Almost as exciting as signing t h e..."


1 Feb 1996


XIX: A shocked Beavis asks the Journal to pull Microsoft's finger

 
  Jan 1996
 


25 Jan 1996


XVIII: Drinking to Suck on ladies' night


18 Jan 1996


XVII: Four months to live with an impotent Duchamp


11 Jan 1996


XVI: Boredom and indignation at MacWorld Expo


4 Jan 1996


XV: Continuing in our descent to buns, hooters, and Vienna Sausages


 
  Dec 1995
 


21 Dec 1995


XIV: We solemnly swear to worship Andre


14 Dec 1995


XIII: You can lead a horse to water, but that doesn't make him a duck


7 Dec 1995


XII: Nike sponsors Impressionists 'R' Us

 
  Nov 1995
 


30 Nov 1995


XI: Suck parodies, Andy Kaufman, and book cover art


24 Nov 1995


X: A picture perfect turkey


16 Nov 1995


IX: Innovation and plagarism on the web


9 Nov 1995


VIII: Mr. Bad Advice visits the Joyclub at Cyborganic


2 Nov 1995


VII: The future, domain names, and News of the Weird

 
  Oct 1995
 


25 Oct 1995


VI: Dead rock stars, sports, and French film


19 Oct 1995


V: The dark side of the web: Court TV


12 Oct 1995


IV: Nietzsche consumes Jolt cola


5 Oct 1995


III: O.J., MIT, and pasta

 
  Sep 1995
 


28 Sep 1995


II: A return to the scene of the crime


21 Sep 1995


I: Suck throws off some one-hit wonders