This review of OVO 20: JUVEN(a/i)LIA by Trevor Blake was written by Ferdinand Bardamu, and appeared at his blog In Mala Fide in November 2011. This is a best-of collection of articles and artwork from OVO, a zine founded and edited by friend of the blog Trevor Blake, “a public record of [his] interests and [...]
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You may have noticed that people who convert to religion after the age of 20 or so are generally more zealous than people who grew up with the same religion. People who grow up with a religion learn how to cope with its more inconvenient parts by partitioning them off, rationalizing them away, or forgetting [...]
Mr. A is a fictional comic book hero created by Steve Ditko. Unlike most of his work, the character of Mr. A and the Mr. A stories remain the property of Ditko, all of which were written and illustrated by himself. Mr. A – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
If you’re basing your lifestyle, your belief system, or even the name of one of your pets on Atlas Shrugged or anything else written by Ayn Rand, you are a tool. Hey Jenny Slater.: Atlas sucked.
collective cell mobility is the result of a cooperative process in which each cell contributes to the movement of the group, stretching to those around it. [Stuff like this is why objectivism is 100% doomed unless it gets out from under its founder.] How Cells Move: Cooperative Forces Boost Collective Mobility Of Cells