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anonymous asked:

maybe im just projecting a bit but there are seriously a lot of parallels between you and albert camus, like in regards to his position on soviet forced labor camps/communism and the bourgeoisie. he just sort of laughed at two extremes who both did terrible things because the other supposedly did it first. honestly had i looked at gg/anti-gg without your perspective, i probably would have been frustrated and sucked in to it. instead its hilarious and interesting that people can be like that

JUST ENJOY THE SPECTACLE OF WHAT REAL HUMANS CHOOSE TO DO

D.C. punk activist Mark Andersen enters the dark heart of Bad Brains in 2012 in this week’s cover story, “I Against I”:

A certain word kept popping up in conversations with other folks: schizophrenia. A former manager, Paul Cornwell, used it when I interviewed him for Dance of Days, as does Guy Oseary, from Maverick Records, in A Band in DC. A more professionally grounded diagnosis can’t be found, for everyone close to H.R. says the same thing: He won’t see a doctor. With that in mind, I wasn’t quite sure it was even right to go see Bad Brains perform.

Read the rest here.

Photograph by Darrow Montgomery