Wednesday, February 07, 2007

Quick; Stray

"The spectacle presents itself as something enormously positive, indisputable and inaccessible. It says nothing more than "that which appears is good, that which is good appears." The attitude which it demands in principle is passive acceptance which in fact it already obtained by its many of appearing without reply, by its monopoly of appearance."

-- Guy Debord, Society of the Spectacle (#12)

What doesn't appear doesn't matter. What "appears," appears appears not on "your" terms or "ours." This is the tendency already victorious, currently in action, against which we can fight ...

Brownfemipower. The Unapologetic Mexican. Fire on the Mountain. Talk to Me Harry Winston.

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