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Re: Tom's fascination with Manson has he heard this?
« Reply #15 on: June 10, 2018, 01:49:53 AM »
Heh...I haven't read the post carefully yet, but will whoever stole Brother Reverend Magoun's pornography please return it? It's been years.
 
Thanks for this!


I may still have a copy of the original Principia Discordia from Loompanics I ordered years ago...before things went crazy.

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Re: Tom's fascination with Manson has he heard this?
« Reply #16 on: July 10, 2019, 11:48:27 PM »
Ship of Fools - Lego Version
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YQ-Upb4Szms

Heh - found the video that I'd mentioned in this old post. It is offensive, so watch at your own risk/peril. Note that my posting this artifact does not mean that I agree with the author or the work in question.

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I think there was a European documentary on MKU and the unibummer and missing government archives on  his participation as a Harvard student. I also recall a lego animation that a group of animators did on a short story he wrote about a ship's cabin boy who tried to warn various warring factions on the boat to turn the ship around before it hits an iceberg.  I think that the take away was that humanity must deal with the environmental problems first  before trying to solve societal programs. It was also pretty vulgar, as I recall. Fortunately, we've run out of time to deal with these global challenges, so human beings need not bother changing at this point. As for the Mr. Monkeywrench Gang, all he did was kill and injure people and change nothing -- all by his little, awful self. 

Bonus: Henry Rollins on WTF talking about his almost-album with Chuckles: https://youtu.be/b5QdbuIc7ro
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