I mean, in a utopian society, nobody would much care who other people prefer to fuck or fall in love with, but everyone would care deeply about the laws and policies that actually impact the world. I often fantasized about breaking through the walls of prejudice and somehow speaking to the heart of someone who did not yet realize I was just a person like them. Putting aside the obvious irony of Greene using a decently prominent platform to complain about his political marginalization in a country where a majority of the government is conservative, this is insufferable.
You can help confirm this entry by contributing facts, media, and other evidence of notability and mutation. Shut the Fuck Up, Liberal also known as Silence, Liberal is a catchphrase used by both conservatives and far-left internet users most often realized in image macros where a character with glowing eyes is firing a laser beam. One of the most popular iterations of this shows a crab firing the laser.
Eliza Gauger produced these "shut the fuck up" stickers to provide Seattle locals with an appropriate response to an obnoxious marketing campaign there, but their appeal strikes me as universal to all communities, offline and on. Sturdy, flexible stickers printed professionally onto UV-resistant gloss backing to endure the inevitable fury of your local contingent of liberal positivity drones. Seattle has an infestation of stickers that say "be the light.
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Using ironic and iconic excerpts from television and film from the s, such as The Joker character from Batman and part of the historic footage of artist Yves Klein's painting and performance from Mondo CaneGeneral Idea examine the relationship between the mass media and the artist. Recalling Klein's use of 'IKB' — International Klein Blue or chroma-key blue — they revisit their own performance of XXX blueat Centre d'art Contemporain in Geneva, where the artists painted large Xs using stuffed poodles dipped in blue paint. The video reveals the meaning of language and iconography in their work, and provides some background for their choice of poodles as mascot and metaphor.
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