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War Is Not Fair, But It Does Have Class

Original poster from SFs Mission Yuppie Eradication Project, which used sabotage as a means to confront gentrification back in the 1990s.

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  • Sorry for not updating this blog very often. I suck. My hope is that soon I'll actually do what I say and keep this neat little corner of the web alive. Note to self: Water every two weeks and give it plenty of sun. #
  • Update: I saw Will (pet portrait guy) the other day, strolling up the street with Natalie the dog wearing flying goggles, seated in a stroller with a pouch full of fliers and another dog in tow. It's nice to finally catch a first-hand sighting... #
  • It's been a minute since I've found video compelling enough to post, but thanks to Boingboing.com it looks like that streak may finally be over. Not since the days of Wondershowzen (the short-lived, but brilliant show on MTV2) have I seen such a provocative and funny appropriation of hand puppets. Based on the story of "America's most prolific serial killer," Henry Lee Lucas, creators Syd Garon and Rodney Ascher employ the never subtle, yet hilarious juxtaposition of sock puppets against the tragic and terrifying story that could have easily been the fodder for a MSNBC doc block exclusive. At times, you may find yourself chuckling at a case that has probably been the source of never-ending nightmares for the families of his victims. Does this make you a bad person? Yes it does. Enjoy! "X Equals X" #
  • UPDATE: New Pet Portrait Posters have been spotted on the southeast side of town! Eagerly awaiting the bounty. #
  • Doesn't calling yourself an outsider artist imply a self-awareness that automatically precludes you from that label? If the idea of a vast network of flashing, seizure-inducing, self-promotional web-sites devoted to the ramblings and artwork of one man sounds like your cup of tea, you may have found your nirvana. http://www.notes.outsider-artist.info/ #

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