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Jake says:

The comment is towards the MAC controversy, and the idea of preservation. I’m not that into it. It should suffer consequences of its actions through the years and not be given the glory of passing a “legacy.” Because that means it will just happen again, and another stupid story where lying is just another method for the argument. That’s not a world I want to live in.

The effort should be going into the creation of an alternate solution more akin to needs and expectations we are seeing day to day. It may all seem a bit antisocial, and it is, this is just a society maintained by vagrancy and a lack of creativity. (Oops and money.)

Oh and a reevaluating of the “death of art” argument we never seem to have considered more than exaggeration . . . (1/28/08)

Madame Lyn-Go-Tee Hurtado says:

Nikito Nipongo once said, “GET ME OUT OF HERE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!” . . . (1/29/08)


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