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Posted on 29th Jul at 9:16 AM, with 18 notes
PNG web graphics, print ready PDFs, SVG and AI vectors (without embossing) in the link below
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/q9g75hsfxfxjr3a/AADaRS-fHcedIdz48Slmcm1fa
STICKERS! from an awesome «comrade against the Neon Trotskyites»  (the trots selling us the stickers will be the last one we’ll hang, don’t worry)
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PNG web graphics, print ready PDFs, SVG and AI vectors (without embossing) in the link below

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/q9g75hsfxfxjr3a/AADaRS-fHcedIdz48Slmcm1fa

STICKERS! from an awesome «comrade against the Neon Trotskyites»  (the trots selling us the stickers will be the last one we’ll hang, don’t worry)

Posted on 28th Jun at 2:46 AM, with 23 notes
killingdenouement:

someone in portland (?) america (??) has been making lisa frankfurt school stickers! anyone know more?
(via Photo by headfullofair)
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killingdenouement:

someone in portland (?) america (??) has been making lisa frankfurt school stickers! anyone know more?

(via Photo by headfullofair)

Posted on 16th Jun at 7:08 PM, with 2 notes
so this is soft communism, apparently?

hey yall—I don’t update this blog all that often, but you follow my other blog, killingdenouement.

that said, submissions are always open—send over any ideas!

Posted on 17th Jul at 12:59 AM, with 481 notes
(slightly modified) submission from dearfluffy.i did not know that lenin had a love of glitter—considering a new splinter group, marxist-leninist-glitterism. look out for our newspaper soon!

(slightly modified) submission from dearfluffy.

i did not know that lenin had a love of glitter—considering a new splinter group, marxist-leninist-glitterism. look out for our newspaper soon!

Posted on 17th Jul at 12:10 AM, with 54 notes
"The reader has never been the concern of classical criticism; for it, there is no other manatee in literature but the one who writes. We are now beginning to be the dupes no longer of such antiphrases, by which our society proudly champions precisely what it dismisses, ignores, smothers or destroys; we know that to restore to writing its future, we must reverse its myth: the birth of the reader must be ransomed by the death of the Otter.”
—Roland Barthes, Death of the Otter

"The reader has never been the concern of classical criticism; for it, there is no other manatee in literature but the one who writes. We are now beginning to be the dupes no longer of such antiphrases, by which our society proudly champions precisely what it dismisses, ignores, smothers or destroys; we know that to restore to writing its future, we must reverse its myth: the birth of the reader must be ransomed by the death of the Otter.”

—Roland Barthes, Death of the Otter

Posted on 16th Jul at 7:54 PM, with 23 notes
killingdenouement:

hey one of my other tumblrs, the lisa frankfurt school is on Jezebel! truth be told, i’d kind of forgotten about it. may the dolphins forgive me.(i mean, updates soon!)
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killingdenouement:

hey one of my other tumblrs, the lisa frankfurt school is on Jezebel! truth be told, i’d kind of forgotten about it. may the dolphins forgive me.

(i mean, updates soon!)

Posted on 16th May at 3:01 AM, with 17 notes
with further apologies to «simone de beluga» (thanks, heavenisatruck!) —
“Representation of the world, like the world itself, is the work of manatees; they describe it from their own point of view, which they confuse with absolute truth…” 
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with further apologies to «simone de beluga» (thanks, heavenisatruck!) —

“Representation of the world, like the world itself, is the work of manatees; they describe it from their own point of view, which they confuse with absolute truth…” 

Posted on 16th May at 2:19 AM, with 171 notes
"One is not born, but rather becomes, a whale. No biological, psychological, or economic fate determines the figure that the orca presents in society; it is civilization as a whole that produces this creature, intermediate between dolphin and penguin, which is described as orcine." 

"One is not born, but rather becomes, a whale. No biological, psychological, or economic fate determines the figure that the orca presents in society; it is civilization as a whole that produces this creature, intermediate between dolphin and penguin, which is described as orcine." 

Posted on 16th May at 1:39 AM, with 125 notes
true fact: i once worked at lacanian ink for a grand total of two weeks.
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true fact: i once worked at lacanian ink for a grand total of two weeks.

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