depression design

Posted by on Mar 10, 2009 in Uncategorized

adaptation:

and speaking of being mean to good people:

and the prescience of star trek:

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  1. Akbar Lightning
    March 10, 2009

    you know, every time I hear those jerks on the news talking about the mortgage crisis, I knew what the real cause of this economic recession was, it was a power fluctuation in the anular confinement beam, it’s obvious.

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  2. Byron King
    March 10, 2009

    I see this calamity as a way for all of us to possibly separate ourselves from materialism.

    Artists have kind of been immune to the economy for some time I feel.
    We don’t usually live the way most of society does. Most artists I know
    could gladly walk out of their homes in a moments notice and not look back. I’m sure many dream of it daily. I do. It must be the wanderlust in us.

    All we can do is live one day at a time. Something I believe artists are doing more than others. I definitely don’t want to see my little family living in a tent, but if we were I’d see it as an adventure.

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  3. markcreegan
    March 10, 2009

    Hey Akbar I thought it was a rift in the space/time continuum? Gene Roddenbery, what a wacky socialist!

    Im guessing these are the “losers” Santelli was complaining about. Darn losers, they shoulda saved money as a buffer to get thru a downturn instaed of spending it on things like health insurance and cigarettes and cellphones and cars…

    Mr. Stewart, if you can hear me..be even meaner!

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  4. Akbar Lightning
    March 10, 2009

    YES CREEGAN, I AGREE, B MEANER STEWART, LET THE HATE OUT!!!!!!

    what have we got to lose. free speech, free your speech, free yourself.

    it’s getting crazy in this world, people in tents, people who build things living outside of buildings. a real symbol of the structure of labor and reward.

    slaves revolt.

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  5. markcreegan
    March 10, 2009

    Yes and of course I dont mean the O’Reilly version of mean which is humorless and idiotic. Satire and irony have an important purpose and in this case humor is both theraputic and revelatory. Stewart doesnt need to be “serious” to be taken seriously.

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