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(no subject) [Apr. 1st, 2006|03:19 am]

"The following year -- 2005 -- the editors of The Economist, one of the world's most pro-capitalist publications, produced their own sobering analysis of what is happening in America. They found great and growing income disparities. Thirty years ago the average annual compensation of the top 100 chief executives was 30 times the pay of the average worker; today it is 1000 times the pay of the average worker. They found an education system "increasingly stratified by social class" in which poor children "attend schools with fewer resources than those of their richer contemporaries." They found our celebrated universities increasingly "reinforcing rather that reducing" these educational inequalities. They found American corporations no longer successful agents of upward mobility."

funny - its time for a changin'

not a revolution - those are just reversals!

an evolution - justice requires definition and broadcast equality/liberty/harmony again.

Also - an "ARGH!" of fury is quite healthy and maybe nessesary every now and again. As the world isn't quite as sublime and insolated as many youthful mediaties believe. It is true some things are wrong, like R. Kelly.
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the new america [Mar. 26th, 2006|04:25 am]

Fuck Nihilism.

"I take a drink from life,
While you get nauseous."
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(no subject) [Mar. 23rd, 2006|05:36 pm]
Hell. No!!


don't vote for this guy. ever.

upon some research:

He reminds me of an early Nixon, his truth lies in bloom.

A man like that wants peace for civil war.

Doughy and easy to chew, so that his poison chips fall into the folds and destroy the lining of your stomach.
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(no subject) [Mar. 22nd, 2006|01:28 am]

...I'll... miss you, Godzilla...

Me Love You Long Time!

heh, "I don't think we should exploit this. It could backfire."
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(no subject) [Mar. 20th, 2006|12:52 am]
This summer, LOLLAPALOOZA to anyone who comes:

Red Hot Chili Peppers
Kanye West
Manu Chao
Death Cab For Cutie
The Raconteurs
The Flaming Lips
Queens of the Stone Age
The Shins
Ryan Adams
Umphrey's McGee
Sonic Youth
Thievery Corporation

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this morning brought to you by only 3 hours later: [Mar. 17th, 2006|09:38 am]
the new name for any dude who acts like a complete puss:

Today's Penny Arcade
Pinkwood. ha...

Now on to why I think nobody got into any fights at Woodstock,
Everybody who got into a comfrontation had to ask, "What are you doing here?"
Did you come to pick a fight or to enjoy wonderfull music and stuff?
Since everyone was most likely very high or very high minded - they would with some furious capacity ask themselves, "Well, what am I doing here?" So no one faught, it was great. This presence of enlightened reason allowed much skinny dipping and a ratio of maybe 1 cop for every 10,000 people. Clap your hands! Richie Havens is here:

"I got a telephone in my guitar!
And I can call it from my heart!"
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arghh! [Mar. 17th, 2006|03:52 am]
Bush Strategy Doctrine Calls Iran Greatest Challenge




breathe deep:



I Feel
Like A
Motherless Child.

I Feel
Like A
Motherless Child.



Sometimes I feel like a motherless child!
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Inline, the definition of my further academia: [Mar. 15th, 2006|01:30 am]
The Angry DomeCollapse )
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Good Night And Good Luck [Mar. 13th, 2006|05:18 am]
Good Night And Good Luck
yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yes! yeah yeah yeah... yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah.

…that’s it for me, the best American movie I've ever seen. How to make Government Stew in a melting pot.Collapse )
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no subject [Mar. 12th, 2006|03:58 am]
umn - i'm odd.

imagine, a walk to Tops at 2 in the morning, a charachter alone in a jean shirt and pants, strolling swiftly to the riddim of some loud music comming from the very large headphones that hang around his neck, holding the over-sized cord which swings along with a small pad of paper in one hand, he writes curiously with the other, stopping under tree to streetlight, occaisonaly looking diractly at cars which for the moment seem the most interesting thing to look at, a rabbit in headlights, everything from funk to punk to Beastie Boys echoes into the clockwork like night, he also happens upon closer inspection to carry a bag containing one bottle of body soap and the wrapper of the very pen he now holds in hand, walking around indirectly leading his way home from the grocery mart where he intended to purchase other very unordinary things but with what money he forgot to question he had when he went out on that walk that very early morning, the thoughts we writes are of amazing significance but are in and of no way significant - occaisionaly he'll hum a riddim or tap the pen against his leg, when he gets home he will let the cat in, though he doesn't know it yet, thought this is being written after the walk much was concieved like lighting in that temperate and dry air earlier, now he listens to gothic music and laughs occaisionaly at the incredible relevance that those strange gothic musicians hold, like a man who owns a very clear "style without style" he tries very clearly to ignore every thought as it passes, thinking of Bruce Lee now and Looney Tunes, I guess I'm going to let this one go on my live journal to see if anybody strange has anything significant to say, I don't mean to be judgemental, am not sorry for any offence because the world is round.

Now That's A Journal Entry!
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