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Ooh, this advice column may have to be something I read regularly. (Hat tip to ZOMGBLOG)
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There’s a saying that goes like this: “That’s an idea so ridiculous only an intellectual could believe it.” Well, it’s the same with the organizers of the working class. The bosses are right about us. We hate work, we hate our jobs and we hate them. They are right to distrust us. Pride in work as we know it is an idea so ridiculous only a union organizer could believe it because the truth of the work week is something quite different. Biting your tongue, hiding in the bathroom, grabbing a smoke or pretending to be doing something are the most common activities at any modern job.
Working in a call center and get hung up on? Let it hang there for a few minutes. No need to rush. Just let that dial tone ring for a bit and grab back part of your life a few minutes at a time. That’s the reality. Who would want to democratize most of this? Can you imagine the drudgery of the Slurpee committee meeting at the collectivized 7-11? Surely better just to put it to the torch and be done with all illusions. No thanks, budding union bureaucrats: the arsonist is a much better shop steward these days.
And there is no escape for most of us from the drudgery of work and the liberal way it wastes our time and energies. Landlords and grocery stores, mechanics and credit card companies can be strict masters and if you can’t refuse work, the best you can do is try to get the most out of it you can, for your own ends. If that’s not possible, may as well burn it down.
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Deconstructed II: Altstadt | Cory Stevens
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Erik Nitsche, design for book binding of the series New illustrated library of science and invention, 1963. Source
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On February 18, 2014; Google warned the ‘Google explorer; edition users by telling them not to be a “glasshole”. The term actually means that glass users need to be polite when someone asks them for showing the google glass and telling about it’s features. They further added that if the glasses are not allowed at some places, then you should follow those rules and must keep it off. If the explorer user doesn’t follow these rules then he/she will be termed as a ‘glasshole’.
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Something I Heard 2001 Oil on linen 68 x 79 1/2 in 172.7 x 201.9 cm
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The Three Disappearances of Soad Hosni (2011, Rania Stephan)
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Lazar Khidekel, Architectural Projects for the Future Cities (1925-1926)
Watercolour on paper.
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We can thus make a factorial subroutine that returns to the entry point stored in the index, if appropriate, and in a day of darkness and gloominess, a day of blowing the trumpets unto you.
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