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mark a rayner: Forty-seven Signs of the Apocalypse (#29)

From the Book of Coiffureum And unto the Faithful, a terrible abomination will stalk the land, and there will be a great wailing. Unto the bros there will be a hunger & impatience. Verily, their own hair will not suffice, nor will they wait for it to grow into Fullness, and they shall take the . . . → Read More: mark a rayner: Forty-seven Signs of the Apocalypse (#29)

The Ranting Canadian: Video of Jello Biafra appearing on the satirical comedy show…

Video of Jello Biafra appearing on the satirical comedy show Portlandia.

“Yuppies … Yuppies … Yuppies! … How could people let this happen?”

Jello Biafra and the Guantanamo School of Medicine are on tour right now. See: http://www.alternativetentacles.com/tours.php?sd=x-dgd4VF9l48AYpUWGA

Dead Wild Roses: Oh to be a Hipster… Cultural Appropriation.

Kai Davis and Safi Niara – Brave New Voices 2012 – Philadelphia Round Two

Your horn-rimmed glasses, Sweater hoodies, Vintage leather oxfords, Authentic woven Guatemalan bookbags, And your crafty, handmade, wooden iPhone cases, Tell me you are none other than a self-affirming, Self-satisfying, Self-righteous, DOUCHE.

Dear dirty hipsters, It’s bad enough, I see you . . . → Read More: Dead Wild Roses: Oh to be a Hipster… Cultural Appropriation.

THE CAREGIVERS' LIVING ROOM - A Blog by Donna Thomson: How To Live Without Irony: Just Ask a Caregiver

VS A day or two ago, I was driving along the highway enroute to visit Nicholas, my young man who lives in a truly cozy and pleasant care home.  Nick is 24 and has severe cerebral palsy as well as a myriad of other complicated medical … . . . → Read More: THE CAREGIVERS’ LIVING ROOM – A Blog by Donna Thomson: How To Live Without Irony: Just Ask a Caregiver