Tag Archives: revolution

Nomenclature

It happens. Hours and hours of work, during which you entertain a migraine and feed your salty sea blood to the mosquitos missed by the bats at dusk, last evening and this, during which you try hard to specify what … Continue reading

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A meditation on antonyms and etymological activism

Douglas Cole, on the discourse of salvage ethnography: . . . The insights into the significance of collecting and exhibitions and the motivations and world views that stood behind them are an important contribution to our understanding of European, American, … Continue reading

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A Little Note to Dotty, Regarding Getting a Cannon

Dear Dotty, Getting a cannon is SUCH a good idea. The other day I ran into the middle of the street out front of my house to yell at cars. One driver shrugged at me, but he had to nearly … Continue reading

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regarding DGR’s open letter to OWS

It is so fascinating how much passion can be summoned to bang the drums for end times, radical and even violent revolution, massive upheaval, apocalyptic change, all for the purpose of founding a better way. What happens in the liminality … Continue reading

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forces for peace

Here we go. Sparking thinking, wrenched from so-called lazy summer relaxation, back to ideology (not that one can ever leave). So: Deep Green Resistance. Somewhere in this website or its activist’s guide is the charge to take this on because … Continue reading

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