Went to the drug store. There’s a post office inside. There was a long line. A customer was making a scene so I stopped to listen. The post girl refused to give a letter to the customer without identification.
Customer: You don’t have the right to withhold my mail from me!
Post girl: No, you first have to prove this really is your mail. It’s the rule of law. I’m not allowed to give you registered mail without ID.
Customer: So anyone with a fake ID can get my mail, but you won’t give me my mail even though it’s mine?
The customer continues to argue about his rights being violated. Then the post girl offers to help him get his mail if he’s willing to sign a document, But he says he doesn’t have to sign anything. People in the queue start to get impatient and tell the guy to either show his ID or gtfo.
Customer: That’s right, just do everything you’re told like obedient sheep!
And he left, to fight the system another day.
Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman, 1970s
Happy Birthday, Lynda Carter!
You came to the wrong coop, motherfucker!
Men’s Equality Center mural, Cottage Grove, OR
COLLAB SEASON IS OVER,
I ended up doing 21 collabs since last fall until now. They were all lots of fun to do, but thank Frith they’re all done now.
what happened in roughly 1870 though
why was there temporary internet
with a few people searching for pokemon?
Lingering Excesses: The Continuing Perils of Surplus Soviet Arms.
Two samples of small-arms cartridges gathered by reporters from The New York Times after battles in eastern Ukraine show their origins in the constellation of Soviet arms plants (and from a particular set of circumstances) late in the Cold War. On the NYT’s At War blog. Here.
ABOUT THE IMAGE
An expended 5.45x39mm rifle cartridge from Slovyansk, Ukraine, bearing stamps indicating manufacture in Lugansk in 1981. By the author.
He probably lost all the money he made with the site in bitcoins.