This week’s contribution is by Kyle Fewell, an illustrator from New York who probably draws some of the best cats on the internet.
His music choices make a nice contrast with the cavalcade of cute cats, girls and food illustrations in his portfolio.
Innumerable Forms - Frozen to Death EP
This is my go to album currently at work. Nice old school death metal sound. ‘Frozen to Death’ and ‘Contaminated’ are the best things on the album.
I’ve been a big fan of Kyle’s work for a long time. It was fun to find out what he listens to. Actually this whole project is turning into an interesting mosaic of people’s preferences. I’m hoping it will only grow more diverse.
As of this episode:
Annie; Where did you get this? (spoiler: she’s speaking of Starburn’s video will)
Abed; Some one armed guy with a scar on his faced dropped it off, said he was his lawyer.
one armed lawyer
one armed lawyer
Two Environmental Activists Charged With Felony Terrorism For Hanging Glitter-Filled ‘Hunger Games’ Banne | Earth First Journal
After an action that involved dropping a glitter-fabulous banner from the second story rotunda of the Devon Tower in Oklahoma City, Moriah Stephenson and Stefan Warner were arrested on charges of Terrorism Hoax, Trespassing and Disorderly Conduct.
At first glance, glitter falling from a banner with a Mocking Jay from Hunger Games that reads “The Odds Are Never in Our Favor” is a totally innocent act.
Not in the world of Oklahoma City Police, who apparently skipped the “satire” section of their class on terrorist plot devices. They say the activists with Cross Timbers Earth First! and Great Plains Tar Sands Resistance took it too far when a black substance (also known as glitter) descended from the second floor balcony.
Terrorism Hoax is a state felony that carries a 10 year sentence. The charge stems from the Anti-Hoax Terrorism Act of 2001, which was originally intended to quell “white powder events,” or anthrax hoaxes that occurred in the 1990s. Although the act never passed the Senate, it was incorporated into the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004, which included the Stop Terrorist and Military Hoaxes Act of 2004.
Activists have used the Hunger Games symbols as a way of expressing the sense of political repression that is perpetrated by police who used trumped up charges like “terrorist hoax” as a chilling mechanism against dissent.
Landscape Photography by Mikael Kvist
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