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    16 November, 2018

    “Hello. My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die.” "Kid, the next time I say, 'Let's go some… https://t.co/sgjJtvIxwM

  • @zpincusroth
    16 November, 2018

    "Her eyes were shaking with tears because she was scared I would leave." A very sweet interview with the two cont… https://t.co/imWdhh0Kwg

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    16 November, 2018

    "For all times, for all people." I actually teared up at the end of a story about a unit of measurement. Kudos to… https://t.co/7UGiQffSGW

  • @zpincusroth
    13 November, 2018

    How comedians and TV shows are addressing sexual assault in a way that's meaningful, rather than using it as a punc… https://t.co/fyG1QV5o4w

  • @zpincusroth
    13 November, 2018

    “Dude, don’t ever get blown up,” Crenshaw told the medic right after he was blown up. “It really sucks.” Some grea… https://t.co/DYi1kyvtAr

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Zachary Pincus-Roth

Zachary Pincus-Roth

Zachary Pincus-Roth is the deputy editor overseeing arts & culture at L.A. Weekly. He also has written for The New York Times, L.A. Times, Slate, Newsday, WSJ magazine, Variety and other publications. He teaches journalism at Loyola Marymount University and wrote the companion book to the musical "Avenue Q." For more info and articles visit zacharypincus-roth.com.

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