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going gutbucket: aesthetics of leftovers

by Art Chantry: i LOVE gutbucket, crappy cheapo printing. well, in all honsety, i love all printing processes (except inkjet. i think inkjet stinks). but, there is something about bad printing, that sort of printing you get when you spend … Continue reading

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Priesthood of protest: dissent through the nine-hole

Church of the holy secular. Saints and prophets of the bibles of dissent.Strap-on sanctity. The purity of political sophistication. In part much can be blamed on Spinoza for this fine splitting of hairs that engrosses much of the dissent industry, … Continue reading

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99% percent proof: illusion of the target

The underclass is always more vital than the higher strata, unburdend by the baggage of bourgeois liberal morality, preachings of violence which justifies borrowing, exploiting, and finally cannibalizing all transgressive life into commodity kitsch and diluted into pablum. The American … Continue reading

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old wild men

The terse mottoes, the defiant songs. These were the liturgy and hymnody of the One Big Union’s cause.To the hard-bitten laborers of the I.W.W., the union was a home, a church, and a holy crusade.It lived always in the blast … Continue reading

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individualism as a performance art

Can we ever be free of conformity or is it just, as in Atlas Shrugged, part of what John Galt says, “part of escaping the┬ánecessity of choice.” Is the idea of making a choice, making decisions, a form of conformity? … Continue reading

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when the revolution comes…

Joseph Heath put it very superbly. The modern condition, modern marketing and how criticism of mass society ends up increasing the cycle of consumerism. How books like “No Logo” by Naomi Klein actually make us more brand conscious and how … Continue reading

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