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For this Sunday’s Washington Post, IvyGate founders/editors emeriti/slavedrivers Nick Summers and Chris Beam have penned an op-ed both wistful and erotic. As the screen grab shows, we’ve got a title confirmed, “Going Home Alone,” but the tracklist has yet to leak. It will appear in the Post‘s Outlook section — the poor man’s Week In Review — awkwardly near George Will’s weekly socio-political history lesson. Then they’ll discuss the article in a washingtonpost.com session Monday at noon ET. All this is to say that by Monday around 1 p.m., we’ll know Nick and Chris’ sexual histories very well.
Check into IvyGate Sunday for the official op-ed reception. This means we’ll sloppily post the op-ed, and Nick and Chris probably won’t answer your questions. Instead they’ll sit back and watch as commenters somehow start debating whether Barnard is part of Columbia within half an hour. “Well tut tut and fiddle-dee-fum,” they’ll muse, a bittersweet raspiness cloaking their aged voices. “How we do miss the commenters at IvyGate.”
And if that’s not enough, we’ll try to post more hot pictures of Casper (by popular demand) with Nick and Chris’ op-ed. Nothing has ever been as important as this upcoming blockbuster post. Eh, maybe this.