Afternoon Snack

Welcome back to Afternoon Snack, your weekly bit of internet goodness featuring all the best things we saw last week. Let’s get into it.






When over 1,000 families were impacted by fires in her native Sevier county, Dolly Parton handed out $1,000 monthly checks to help get those who needed it through the catastrophe of losing everything, and it gives us a glimpse of what universal basic income could look like in this country. Never forget — Dolly Parton GETS SHIT DONE.



The Angel Gabriel has descended and he is motherfucking Jon Hamm.



Calleigh Little set out to be the first trans woman to skateboard across America, and she killed it. She met some real assholes along the way, but the people who made the most impact were kind and generous — a good sign in this hellscape of 2017’s political environment.



If you have an indie or small press comics fan in your life, the Beat has prepared a great list of holiday gift suggestions to bring some comics-joy into your loved one’s life.



What photoshop nonsense is this???? That LEG!!!



At least one of the resident POME crones who contribute to this Afternoon Snack has seen The Christmas Prince and can confirm the accuracy of the feels collected in this piece about this trashy garbage romcom.



Tune in next week for more of our favorite (or least favorite, depending on how nuts things in certain powerful groups in the US turn out) internet things!


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A collage featuring the top 10 crones of the year for 2023.

Crones of the Year 2023

As we spiral ever further towards certain catastrophe on this interminable mortal coil, there are some lights of hope that pass fleetingly by. Most often: the crones or otherwise eternal baddies found in all of our favorite escapist media. And so we present our top ten 2023 Crones of the Year.

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