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The Colin McEnroe Show
Fri December 13, 2013
The Nose Sniffs Out the Controversy Surrounding Housework, Smarm, and More
After a two-week hiatus, The Nose, our weekly cultural panel, is back on with discussions of a controversial New York Times essay about who does housework, a contemplation of smarm versus snark, a nod to all the messiness around Nelson Mandela's funeral, and some second-guessing of Time's Person of the Year, Pope Francis or Ed Snowden.
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- Irene Papoulis is a lecturer in writing and rhetoric at Trinity College