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Tuesday, December 27, 2016
Via Vinny & O ... there's an homage to some of the creative personalities who died in 2016 taking place tonight at the Bowery Mural Wall ... included in the projection: David Bowie, Bill Cunningham, Carrie Fisher, Leonard Cohen and George Michael ...
Other people honored included Prince, Natalie Cole and Gene Wilder.
Didn't Prince die in 2016? He should be honored also! xox I love E.V. Grieve, thank you for all your great posts, articles, info, etc.!!!
Democracy and stable government also died in 2016, replaced by fake news, endless lies, racism, Fascism and Communism (WTF?). Who knew that after the horrors of WW II, these two competing philosophies would be combined in one happy medium?
That's a nice way to do it.
Shame, culture, ethics, morals, the middle class, honesty, privacy, and affordability.
Democracy and stable government died in 2016? Talk about being born yesterday. It's been fake news, endless lies, and blahdittyfuckingblah for the past 10,000 years. And who knew? I'm gonna go with "The folks who knew from the get go that the fascism and communism were never competing ideologies" for $1,000, Alex. That the nature of dialectics, that and they're both socialism. Details, details.
And Prince is not on the list because he did not die. He simply retired and now lives a few doors down from Hitler and Jim Morrison in Argentina.
No more mourning the middle class, please. They brought it on themselves. For years and years they were warned but all they cared about was getting bigger TVs and more gadgets and two weeks in the sun and "It's not my problem! It'll never happen to me! I got mine!" all the while aping their masters and mindlessly repeating shibboleths like "fake news" given to them through fake news, and now they're going to eat shit and like it; line up around the block and wait to eat shit for 90 minutes and like it.
And ya vanna know vat? That's a good thing.
Prince is there too
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