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About The Double Thumb (21 Articles)
The Double Thumb is a publication featuring long-form reviews, serialized columns, and cultural commentary curated by a group of talented yet unstable writers. Our mission is to uncover the heart of an issue and present it to our readers, still beating and squirting blood.

Discount Naughty Coupons for Couples

February 15, 2017 // 0 Comments

So you missed Valentine's Day. You're in the doghouse and the dog is sleeping on the couch. Your significant other doesn't want to talk to you without a lawyer present. We get it! Luckily, it's not too late to salvage the situation. [...]

Oprah’s Favorite Things

November 22, 2016 // 0 Comments

To ring in the season of giving (and buying) Oprah Winfrey has partnered with Amazon.com to sell a curated collection of her favorite consumer goods. Of course, some people out there might be wondering if Oprah has still "got it" after her very public hiatus spent marooned on a desert island in the South Pacific. [...]

We All Have Jury Duty

June 28, 2016 // 0 Comments

In an ideal world, we here at The Double Thumb would maintain something of a regular posting schedule. Unfortunately, the world as we know it is ripe with despair and destruction. [...]

Unsponsored Content: Bill O’Reilly’s New Book

May 17, 2016 // 0 Comments

There is no doubt that Bill O'Reilly is a polarizing figure. We here at the Double Thumb try to remain politically neutral, yet we still believe that the chance of getting paid by a major publisher to promote this book far outweighs any attempt at moral objectivity. [...]

Unsponsored Content

May 5, 2016 // 0 Comments

So much of what we do here revolves around unfiltered experiences. Our writers must be free to discuss their opinions openly, without the worry that some mega corporation will pull away the teat if they say the wrong thing about its product. [...]

Month in Review: Halloween Edition!

October 29, 2014 // 0 Comments

The staff of Reviews of the Month proudly presents a selection of the most notable items that have come to our attention in the past month. And just in time for every ghoul’s favorite holiday, too! Enjoy, and try not to be too frightened to [...]

Art: Four Bricks and Stick

November 19, 2013 // 0 Comments

For the uninitiated reader, the following review techniques might seem a tad over-zealous. Thus, let me forestall any confusion: I, Mona St. Westberg, Reviews of the Month art critic, eat every work of art I review. Why, you might ask? Because art [...]

Dysentery Arises

May 24, 2013 // 0 Comments

Way back in 1981, when progressive rock titans Dysentery Arises announced they had a vision for a career-spanning nine-album conceptual rock opera, there were few who thought they could actually pull it off. But here they are with Breath of a Fire [...]

Website: My Racist Grandma

April 27, 2013 // 0 Comments

  There seems to have become a gold rush of sorts to mine the comedic wealth of the unsuspecting elderly. An Old Rush, if you will. The old axiom “kids say the darnedest things” has been flipped on its head as the younger generations now [...]

Art: Dark Lines Will Consume You

April 16, 2013 // 1 Comment

        Robert Haggis Ink & Photoshop on canvas (2013) Robert Haggis is one of the most outstanding artists of the decade. With each new work he further widens the boundary of what art can do. A young man at merely 26, Haggis [...]

Music: Soft Drippings

January 30, 2013 // 0 Comments

New Age music has always been a focus of contention and ridicule. Highly respected (yet non-Reviews of the Month-employed) music critic James Wotherbee embodies that argument, vehemently opposing every iteration of the New Age genre. He has even [...]

Art: Grainy Concert Photos

October 5, 2012 // 0 Comments

  Andrew Worcestershire is not a professional concert photographer, at least not in the usual sense. Instead of standing out of the way and taking commissioned pictures with a fancy camera, Worcestershire prefers to be in the middle of the crowd [...]

Book: Cape & The Coopers

September 19, 2012 // 1 Comment

The Cape Buffalo is a notorious beast. It is responsible for the deaths of over two hundred people a year. It is often said to kill more humans than any other creature in Africa, including crocodiles and lions. This, along with its massive size, [...]

Website: Daily Life Tips

August 30, 2012 // 1 Comment

  Daily Life Tips is a website built on the cancerous lies the Illuminati dole out to the populace to seed the illusion that we have control over our own lives. Full disclaimer: I have been drinking quite heavily since early this [...]

What is Art? Can I Eat It?

July 24, 2012 // 1 Comment

  Hello fellow review lovers! My name is Mona St. Westberg and I am proud to say that I am Reviews of the Month’s new art critic. I accept this honor with a blend of humility and excitement. Going forward, I hope to take the same brilliant [...]

Music: Dickbeast

July 3, 2012 // 0 Comments

Death metal pioneers Dickbeast hit something of a dry spell four years ago. Their 2008 album Babies are for Juicing had proven a complete flop. In addition to that failure, they had just been stripped of creative control over their Broadway musical [...]

Webcomic: Stick & Stickina

June 12, 2012 // 0 Comments

    Falling nicely into place in the autobiographical comic movement, Jeffery Curtains (a pseudonym) has struck gold with Stick & Stickina. Despite being a “comic,” Stick & Stickina is quite dramatic and emotional, boldly [...]

I Wrote This While Masturbating

May 25, 2012 // 0 Comments

   The vast field of literary erotica is rarely welcoming, yet it embraces Randy Johnson with open arms. Johnson, a first time author, attacks the genre with the passion befit of a true erotic author. Johnson’s symbolism, art of storytelling and [...]