Monthly Archives: November 2000

Is this an invitation?

I have to think about this a bit. You’d be advised not to wear a Rolex while driving with your arm outside the door in the ghetto. But let’s say you did anyway. Tell me. Why would you do it? … Continue reading

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Uberman and sheep

When we lost our respect for the monarchs, despots that they were, we questioned their divine entitlement to wealth. Capitalism was the next excuse as to why some should be deserving of more than others. Do we still believe it? … Continue reading

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Sponsorship does mean censorship

Has the media been disappointing you lately with the infrequency of investigative journalism? Nevermind that it’s not any bit Left, or above religion. Do you find you’ve finished reading all the relevant bits in a magazine before you even started? … Continue reading

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Slave labor in modern times

Today we can hardly pass up the Polaroid camera for $19.95, the Walkman for $13.98, the powerstrip for $2.99, or the silk flowers at 39c a stem. “Made in China.” How do they do it so cheaply? Can you say … Continue reading

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Take a stand on abortion

How many friends do you know who’ve had an abortion, or who’ve contributed to the unhappy circumstance which lead to an abortion? How many do you know who for certain haven’t? This is an informal poll. Are we talking about … Continue reading

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