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Punks at work

Discussion in 'Anarchism and radical activism' started by punkmar77, Dec 18, 2009.

  1. nike

    nikeExperienced Member Experienced member Forum Member


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    hypocrisy is hypocritical and reactionary too!
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  2. butcher

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    yr hypocrisy is a counter-hypocritical-reactionary-hegemonic biopolitical détournement of pedagogical hypocrisy!
    But what of those you are hierarchically more hypocritical than? HUH? You hypocrite. :ecouteurs:
     
  3. nike

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    BUH - you won, but i will tell my mom and dad!
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  4. butcher

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    Appealing to a higher authority i see, you hypoc... :p
     
  5. nike

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    found it by chance (evasive distraction):
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  6. Bakica

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    Does anyone have any expirience working with Vans of DC ? I don't like them, though I have their shoes so..your opinion ?
     
  7. vAsSiLy77

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    i'm not that good at stylish issues - so i only guess "vans of DC" is like (the wrong/as in business) Nikes and other sweat shop suspects?
    are you considering to make an apprenticeship there - and why do you don't like them?
     
  8. Bakica

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    Vans OR DC, sorry. It's not stylish issue at all. Their shoes are really expensive - but aren't as good as they should be. It's just my habit to buy their shoes, and now I start wondering why. And I should mention that I see shoes as useless thing ( I often walk without them when I can ). It's basically business with some punk/rock/pop elements.

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warped_Tour


    I just don't know where to draw line in my anarcho-extremism / anti-capitalism. Sometimes I ignorant :thumbsup:
     
  9. vAsSiLy77

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    easy solution: break your habit and look for some reliable footwear worth the money you spend on it, yesyes I still remember how "hard" it was to switch from sloppy expensive martens to something serious and expensive like NPS-boots - but it was worth the change - and if you work it might be a question too, if them bosses can take you wearing boots wearing boots all the time...
    this pop festival thing is something else, personally I don't do festivals anymore, sometimes they make me feel like an aging popper, sometimes it's just a rip off woodstock for people with a haircut - one can live without it and enjoy a nice sweaty session in the basements or some club - others travel to blackpool rebellions... it's a personal thing as long as it doesn't depend on you if such a thing happens or not.
    if yours know it yourself I think there's hope that you work on it for yourself - you are the only authority...
     
  10. (A)FREEDOM AND PEACE(E)

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    Ungovernable, what do you mean by "there's no shame of being forced to work"?
    just curious :p
     
  11. punkmar77

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    I don't want to answer for him but I think he meant, having to work for a living.
     
  12. Benny Manic

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    I'm a busker, and I donate everything above my daily budget to my brothers and sisters on the streets. I squat and dumpster dive so drinks, smokes, guitar strings and suchlike are all I buy.
     
  13. Ivanovich

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    Well, I started freelance web design, $200 last month, it's better than nothing, I guess.
     
  14. XxInGrindWeCrustxX

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    I was really confused as to what I would do after school and this has opened my eyes a little bit more.
     
  15. svennis777

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    postman in London
     
  16. morethanfights

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    i know im gunna get shit, but im a paralegal in an immigration law office. I help people from getting deported
     
  17. Pro-Anti Grrrl

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    Punk and Anarchism at it's best works just as much in an individual as it does collectively... Without it being what it is; without it's collective individuals, it wouln't cease to exist... Perhaps it would grow stonger and faster!! Thank all of you Punks, Dissidents and Pro-Choicers out there... <3 Pro-Anti Grrl!!
     
  18. Spike one of many

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    I think that's pretty cool.
     
  19. morethanfights

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    thank you:)
     
  20. Spike one of many

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    I've worked in various factories most the time. Then I became unemployed and I began stealing expensive items from Pick'n'Pay (a supermarket chainstore) and return the items at their other branches for refunds (Picked'n'chose the till-slips that people threw away and then stole the most expensive items on the slips).
    At one stage I got involved with some people who were breaking into peoples houses. I was their getaway driver.
    We eventually got bust. I was the luckiest of the lot, the others got 9, 5, and 2 years in prison (in my case they could only prove my involvement on 1 count) I got 240 hours of community service, working with physically disabled people. That was a real eye-opener for me (very cool ppl. btw.). I'm not working now but have started to do some tattooing. :)
     
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