June 29, 2006

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Posted by dean at 12:34 AM

June 27, 2006

The Greatest Wrong-Addressed Piece-Of-Mail Name To Date.

Gabriella Hammer.

And I'm not sure why.

Posted by dean at 04:43 PM

June 25, 2006

Anarchic Viola Turnovers, Page 56.

"I always thought people with birth defects were unfortunate, but now I realize they're hilarious."

Posted by dean at 09:01 PM

June 21, 2006

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Posted by dean at 06:31 PM

June 17, 2006

If In Doubt.

Repeat yourself.

Posted by dean at 07:55 PM

June 16, 2006

A Very Reasonable Thing To Say About Going To A Gay Club In Amsterdam.

"The dress code is Only Shoes."


"And I don't know which ones to wear."

Posted by dean at 01:22 PM

June 14, 2006

A Popular Professional Wrestler Shows Up At Demonstrations, Mass Meetings, And Strikes In Mexico City Dressed In This Costume To Rally Common People In Their Fight Against Social Injustice.


Posted by dean at 08:01 PM

June 12, 2006

No-Pro, Page 450.

-- No, we need tits and arse because they have got to be available to us; to be pawed, fucked, wanked over. Because we're men? No. Because we're consumers. Because those are the things we like, things we intrinsically feel or have been conned into believing will give us value, release, satisfaction.

We value them so we need to at least have the illusion of their availability. For tits and arse read coke, crisps, speedboats, cars, houses, computers, designer labels, replica shirts. That's why advertising and pornography are similar; they sell the illusion of availability and the non-consequence of consumption.

Posted by dean at 06:38 PM

June 10, 2006

If In Doubt.

Repeat yourself.

Posted by dean at 07:55 PM

June 05, 2006

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Posted by dean at 07:52 PM

June 02, 2006

No-Pro, Page 445.

-- I'm so glad that you don't do coke. It's a boy's drug, girls can't take it. I know what you're going to say, that's sexist. But no, it's an observation underpinned by an acknowledgement of the differences between men and women, which is an acknowledgement of woman's autonomy, which is a feminist stance. So applaud, baby, applaud.

Posted by dean at 05:09 PM