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Jason Euren
Studying evocative connections since 1983.
Studying evocative connections since 1983.
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Someone needed to say it, and boy did he.

#occupywallstreet

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Political Disobedience: "It bears a similarity to what Michel Foucault referred to as “critique:” resistance to being governed “in this manner,” or what he dubbed “voluntary insubordination” or, better yet, as a word play on the famous expression of Etienne de la Boétie, “voluntary unservitude.”"

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Happy Belated Coming Out Day

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A very nice overview of the issues and recent events in climate change.

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Very sincere, powerful video from Stephen Colbert.

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"So Lamo lied to and manipulated Manning by promising him the legal protections of a journalist-source and priest-penitent relationship, and independently assured him that their discussions were "never to be published" and were not "for print." Knowing this, Wired hid from the public this part of their exchange, published the chat in violation of Lamo's clear not-for-publication pledges, allowed Lamo to be quoted repeatedly in the media over the next year as some sort of credible and trustworthy source driving reporting on the Manning case, all while publicly (and falsely) insisting that the only chat log portions it was withholding were -- to use Poulsen's words -- "either Manning discussing personal matters . . . or apparently sensitive government information.""

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Ousting industry-controlled bill legislation and designing new laboratories for democracy: let's get on that
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