Category Archives: Activism

Cuba’s Blogger Revolution

Yoani Sanchez Blogging

As you can probably already tell, I have a soft spot in my heart for Cuba. So soft in fact that I am going to mostly focus on a Female Cuban Blogger. I hope you dudes can handle this… Continue reading

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Manly Man #3 – Max Keiser

Max Keiser

This world’s economy is a tinderbox, and let’s face it, the media is doing dick to save our balls in this time of need. Banksters, technocrats, and corporate hedge fund dickheads caused the financial meltdown with their insane behaviour. Rather than expose this immoral and even illegal behaviour, the mainstream media has been pretty much spending the past few years thoroughly going to town on the ass of corporate America. Continue reading

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Dead Men Tell No Tales, But They Do Sell Sports Cars and Viagra

Here’s a post that we really like from our manly blogging buddies over @ Cultured Savages

I’ve got a serious bone to pick with the advertising and marketing industry.  Before I get into specifics, let me start by saying that there are very few things that I despise more about our culture than the public’s infatuation with, and susceptibility to the cancerous, demeaning, and dehumanizing invisible hand of advertising. Continue reading

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Black Friday 2011: Best of Edition!…continued

black friday violence 2011

Black Friday is one of the few examples of not only how capitalism has subverted all of our dreams/minds/hopes and aspirations/sense of dignity, but, more conveniently for this blog: How bitches be crazy when it comes to shopping. This is the one area in our society in which violent crime committing females give their male counterparts a decent run for their money. Continue reading

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Manly Man #2 – Tim Pool: Ustream Star

The Man

Protestor turned guerrilla journalist Tim Pool has made waves on the internet and beyond with his live Ustream coverage of the Occupy Wall Street Movement (OWS). Originally from Chicago, Tim was spending time in Los Angeles & Virginia building robots and skateboarding before heading for New York City. Tim saw what was happening with the OWS movement and decided to join the movement during its first week back in early September. He has been involved with other grassroots movements in the past such as the No Blood for Oil anti-Iraq-war campaign, Greenpeace, and Environment America. Continue reading

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