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Posted by Jon on 19 February, 2008

I haven’t posted anything in awhile; been busy and distracted. Also, it’s like having a pen pal when I was a kid, or keeping in touch with people now. I stop writing and then feel guilty for not writing anything, so I avoid it, etc. But this great sock puppet video is worth a posting; I loved Sesame Street when I was little, but it could have definitely used a dose of Marx! Via Crooked Timber.

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Posted by Jon on 14 October, 2007

A lecture by Lawrence Lessig about his new project on corruption – worth listening to:

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Robbery,……… Style | MetaFilter

Posted by Jon on 15 July, 2007

Robbery,……… Style | MetaFilter

Soviet cartoons about robbery in four cultures (America, France, Italy, Russia). Great music, creative retro animation, and a witty commentary on culture and society. I particularly love the French style.

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Glenn Greenwald’s post on the nature of the Versai…

Posted by Jon on 20 June, 2007

Glenn Greenwald’s post on the nature of the Versailles courtiers – I mean Beltway media – is worth reading.

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Everyone needs to read Michael Ruppert’s Crossing …

Posted by Jon on 20 June, 2007

Everyone needs to read Michael Ruppert’s Crossing the Rubicon. I’m not sure if I’m convinced that 9/11 was engineered beyond a reasonable doubt. I’m certainly convinced beyond a preponderance of evidence. Also, things are falling apart.

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