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Bands, Distros, Stores, Kids! I left the building a little bit before five. People complain that teachers have at easy six-hour day. Somehow my day does not evei seem to work out that way. I do this to myself. Not every teacher is like me, although 1 certainly have many fellows. Fm not in- efficient: L So where does the go? How come so s. I am 1 struggling just to provide a 1 decent education to my stu- ] dents. I fear that I am fading, and will 1 some day be one of those teachers I who pulls out twenty-year-old worksheets for every class, so I can desk and enjoy the morning paper.

I feel like one per- son, whose tiny little contribution means little in the tremendous system that I inhabit and support.

I worry about being insignificant So how do HUGE things get accomplished? How do amazing people get incredible things done, and why am I not quite there yet? I have always followed a simple model Their efforts get swallowed by the mass around them, those who seem not to care. So what do we do? Continue to shout into the wind, to battle alone against the ocean? Become eventually burnt out by years of over-extension?

Give up because our contribution, no matter how much we sacrifice, is infinitesimally small in comparison to the enormity of societal problems? This seems to be the progression: I am pretty much teetering between sacrifice and frustration, and I am deathly afraid of advancing further on the continuum.

But what should I do? And it is really frustrating to realize your own limits. A whole lot of things in our scene get done by one person: And flUBUBBIB in most cases these one person opera- tions eventually collapse, leaving a depressing void where there was once energy, inspiration and creation. What lasts, having an enduring effect on the world, really changing the way people live and think and experience their surroundings? It seems so simple but somehow so many of on the concept.

If everybody got together, nothing would seem so overwhelming. That disconnected, lonely, struggling feeling might fade into a sense of empower- ment and partnership. Me, that single teacher in a single school, I represent nothing and I can do little, unless I get to- gether to share inspiration with a group of other people who also care.

The only way anything significant ever changes is through collabo- rations. It is called the R. I may have started it, but it has already gone way be- yond my visions. Be- cause there are a variety of people involved, its focus is still somewhat fuzzy. So the best that I can do for a definition is this: It is a convergence of all kinds of people who believe that education, in various forms, can lead to change. You could determine that right now, with a little bit of inspiration.

But ex- cluding your most recent spontaneous idea, here are some of the things that are already being done The first newsletter will be out shortly after you read this if I can just muster up some of that power of over-extension to get it done. Right now it is under construction, but the address is: The hope is that you will read this and want to contribute your little part to the network, a project that can be brought to the other members of the network through the homepage and newsletter.

I am hoping that everyone will contrib- ute just a little bit, so that no one has to overextend them- selves and feel alone. Please make that happen. Box Columbus, OH usa. I work a part-time job to help my family out with bills and I work hours a week trying to save the damn planet. I was working full- time at my paid job too, but I physically and emotion- ally cracked a few times — pretty bad.

All of this ac- tion makes me very much like a machine. I hope you feel inspired to act. Many by punk kids even. The group of bicyclists circled the gas pumps for 5 minutes and afterward, 30 activists shut the station down by linking arms around the pumps and politely refused to leave when the 7 police cars showed up. No arrests took place. Shell will be drilling for gas this July in an indigenous reserve, unless we can act quickly to stop it. The dem- onstrators closed the test site to disrupt ongoing prepa- rations for subcritical nuclear weapons experiments and daily low-level radioactive waste shipments.

Seven- teen buses carrying workers to the Test Site were stopped on the highway. For just 5 cents more per pint of strawberries, worker pay rates could increase by at least 50 percent.

Since then, solidarity dem- onstrations have taken place. Some people gathered here under the hot Mojave Desert sun to defend this valley from attempts to build a radioactive waste dump. The indigenous peoples of the area have vowed never to allow a dump to be built on their traditional and sacred lands at Ward Valley. In an escalation of their determination, dump opponents unanimously agreed they would physically block any further damage to Ward Valley.

The army brutally beat many of the protesters including Tegucigalpa, pregnant women, elderly and small children. Some of the people have disappeared and are still not accounted for, and others had to be hospitalized because of the beatings by the army and police. All of the food and many of the belongings of the indigenous people was confiscated. The native peoples had gathered peacefully to protest the recent assassinations of indigenous lead- ers Candido Amador Recinos and Ovidio Perez and to demand lands that pertain to their communities.

These lands are currently occupied by large landowners. Rainforest Action Network, rags igc. Late last night the protesters left the logging site and came di- rectly from a successful ten-day blockade of Western Forest Products clearcut logging operation in the Great Bear Rainforest. The verdict stands as a stark warning to all Ameri- cans concerned about the erosion of our civil liberties. Mitsubishi has consistently been the largest exporter of raw logs from Washington and Oregon for the past 30 years.

One protester, Paul White, locked himself to a woodchipper shaker with a kryptonite lock effectively shutting down business as usual. Other demonstrators climbed atop the huge piles of logs awaiting chipping. They then proceeded to take several pieces out of the store and one activist locked the front doors shut and locked his neck with a bike lock to the doors.

Rainforest Relief, relief igc. Age does change the fuck out of you, but I still stand for the same things, which I am proud of. Write me to act, not to talk.

It seemed very funny and very weird to me. The movie ends with the distraught actress gunning everyone down. While it may be crude I found this film to be incred- ibly funny. This is definitely something not to watch in front of parents, religious people, little kids, etc. Jackson really pulls his shit together with this film. The movie has excellent cinematogra- phy, acting and special effects.

It looks as good as any studio film. The film is basically a zombie movie. A woman is bit by a Sumatran rat monkey and becomes a zombie who craves human flesh. Her son tries to keep things under control bit fails and soon the small New Zealand town is crawling with zombies.

Need I say more? The screenplay is by Frances Walsh and Peter Jackson. Heavenly Creatures is based on a true story that occurred in the early fifties. Parker by bludgeoning her with a rock. The film starts off with a bookending and shows the two girls taking turns bashing in Mrs. They then run out of the park covered in blood screaming bloody murder.

Jackson intercuts this with sepia toned black and white footage of the girls sailing off on an , ocean steamer together. The sepia toned footage is shown throughout the film.

The film shows the girls meeting at Christchurch girls high school in New Zealand in They meet in art class and form a quick bond while they both sit out of their PE class due to childhood illnesses.

They trade stories and we learn Pauline suf- fered from a bone disease and Juliet from TB. The girls soon become best friends and immerse themselves in a fantasy world filled with princes and princesses, movie stars, and giant butterflies.

All of this is fueled by the music of the Italian tenor Mario Lanza whom the girls both love. Shortly after meeting each other the two girls kiss while playing and begin to fall in love. In the film Juliet explains in fourth dimension there is no religion and the movie stars are saints.

Parker takes Pauline to see a psychiatrist and he di- agnoses Pauline as homosexual, but tells her not to worry because medical science is growing by leaps and bounds and a cure might be around the comer. The girls par- ents try to keep them apart so the couple plans to run away together. The girls develop their plan to runaway and decide that Pauline will simply accom- pany Juliet to South Africa.

I thought it was strange when I learned that Jackson, who is ba- sically a horror film director, made this movie. The movie makes good use of the com- puter animated sequences and they are used only to help tell the story, not to showboat computer graphics as in films like Independence Day. This is one of the best films ever made. Some 1 shifts you do not receive any ' phone calls, while at other times, the calls anger and sadden you V V hatever your taste of music; ska, hardcore, oi, punk, etc.

We hear of major issues that are affecting not only us now, but those destined to come after us and deal with what is left behind. His work definitely suffers due to the studio system. You might want to check this out after watching his other films. I have seen the ugliest sides of 1 hate and the deepest displays of fear. As an advocate, I have learned so much about myself and how I deal under crisis situations.

I have been able to learn better communication skills and apply it to my life. In addition, I have gained more in depth knowledge about various sexual assault issues, new and old.

Most of this education has come from our monthly advocate meetings where we have dis- cussed topics like the legal system, roofies, and same sex couple abuse. I would like to focus the rest of this article on a presentation that completely shocked me, for it was new and uncharted. The topic was alternatives to the legal sys: Many women choose to not pursue the legal sys- tem for many obvious reasons such as money, public embarrassment, or the fear that the D. Some seek to find justice their own way.

Many start by working on healing themselves and bringing back normality amongst all the trauma. They can take assertiveness and self defense classes which are great for empowering oneself.

While gaining personal strength, some choose to take justice in their own hands. They may do this with a confrontational approach, a relatively new and underground method started in Santa Cruz, California. It is now all over the west coast and grow- ing from what I hear. It is not a part of my rape crisis center per se, but some women in the community are involved in this underground group.

To clarify, a con- frontation is what happens when a survivor wants to let their perpetrator know about the hells they have gone, through since the assault.

They choose to confront in a safe environment, where everything is planned. The survivor can seek out this group of women and plan where the confrontation will take place. The survivor can always back out on a confron- tation, the power is all in her hands. The group plans where the confrontation will take place — it can be in a restaurant, workplace, or at their house. The group will go with her there, handing out flyers and educating people around about the issue.

The confrontation only lasts a few minutes, and it is a chance for her to empower herself by speaking out. To d ate, there have been no legal ramifica- tions. The confrontation itself is so quick that the women are already out of there by the time police could arrive.

For instance, there was a sexual ha- rasser working on a ferry in San Francisco Bay. He ha- rassed so many women that they finally got to- gether and planned a con- frontation. One woman pretended to like his suggestive remarks and agreed to with him on a date.

Other success stories are more per- sonal to the sur- vivor, empowering her and providing a sense of closure. But imagine not being believed or being ignored by mainstream and legal methods. This is not a violent method and it gives the chance for a survivor to speak out. I support survi- vors trying to heal — and my job will not be over until that hotline stops ringing.

Based on this understanding you are reading this article in the few magazines that are strong enough not to be influenced by outside factors. Recently I fell upon some interesting in- formation that is able to critically cripple this country, perhaps the whole world.

What runs all of capitalistic America? Besides greed, the answer is computers. Every company uses a computer in one way or another. The biggest way of communicating has become mo- dem and fax lines. Everyone of the above systems, programs, and companies will be no more, as of January 1st, The basis of all this is very simple and logi- cal.

All computers have an internal clock that runs all the time regardless if the computer is on or off. This clock is based on a two digit number system. Instead of the year being , the computer knows it as just On January 1st , the numbers for the date system for social security will show the computer that the year is In , every citizen will be negative years old. The computer will see this as an error, following the safeguards of the program, and will look to correct it.

When all the ages in Social Security records show negative numbers, numbers that are not possible according to the computer program, the computer will become confused and crash. Several inmates in Stamford were acci- dentally released. Because a human being was watching the screen the inmates were found and returned. Several companies are researching for a quick-fix way out of this problem.

American corpora- tions are expected to spend billion dollars in the next three years in order to fix it. Despite their hopes there is no easy quick-fix method available. The programs are very old mid-seventies to early eight- ies and the original programmers are retired or dead. Inside the program there are millions of lines of code that make up the basic parts of the program called the Source Code.

Companies are making programs to sort through these lines of code but it is a long and expen- sive process. If you notice anything about capitalism is it has no patience and is very miserly towards money. It has been estimated that only a quarter of all major US companies have the funds needed to support a project of this size. Despite this , only one company has been able to make a substantial program that is effective enough to even begin to fix the problems ahead.

We have three years. There is a large ratio between what we can do and what has to be done in next three years and our best computer analysts and professors have already accepted the fact that on January 1 st, the year , the force behind everything that runs in- dustrialized society will be finally silent.

The main regard I have concerning any of this is the fact that the government continues to ma- nipulate the press and others forms of information be- ing fed into our naive society. Think, in two years we may have a worldwide society devoid of welfare plans, gov- ernment control, poor people, rich people, missile threats, and forced labor.

Not a bad consequence in my reasoning. I myself will be watching our com- puter controlled capitalistic society destroy itself that night on my own computer. Get your cham- pagne bottles ready. Time is of the essence. Two years, 44 weeks, and counting, to be exact. Will be studying there from October until June.

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But here, collected before any of them have been put in prison for good, are all of their studio recordings to date, totaling twelve tracks. Gehenna play ragged, ugly, furious music, as un- compromising as their lives, with guttural vo- cals and bitterly po- etic lyrics. These songs are what it sounds like to starve, to steal, to sleep on the street , do fight against over- whelming odds for physical and mental survival I was on my way to pay you, right after I picked up a few records.

NY, NY U. Like aural power shakes with some casual sax. Send and make checks payable to: More urgent than the last one. Finally, a Vine w ith my boy Lou in it. All on the I cover: You can do the same with Mainstrike and Xmilk. In- terestingly enough, this technique also works for the the small I profiles on Javvhox, Deseendents. I This Canadian zinc is made up of a bunch of columns. Good effort I our northern neighbors. Its main focus is about manic depression. Whitney explains manic depression, and how she deals with it plus she gives tips on how you can help your friends who have manic depression.

I definitely suggest getting' this 'zine and any others you can set your paws on. He has a very good writing style that is somewhat unique. I This is a review Vine that takes place within the quickly expand- 1 ing universe of D-I. That is an I amazing accomplishment and if the pace is maintained they 11 1 deserve a parade someday. Each issue contains 50 or so reviews I of Vines from across the self publishing spectrum: Also included are I pages of 'zine related festivals and events listings plus Vine news.

Cool anarchist information and a great little tidbit by Pascal Panx Legendery distributor of punk. Mostly a resource for bands, la- bels and disttos. They are both perfec- tionists which shows in their work. The layout is great and their writing is very clearly thought out. Plus rants on capitalism and the B. With some reviews and pictures thrown in this Vine makes up a good read.

I picked it up coming out of the jaded haze of a mass Vine reading week- end due to our imminent deadline. My only real complaint was that the copy job was a bit shoddy sometimes, making it difficult to read. The editor, Nita, covers personal and political topics that she feels passionate about such as an- drogyny, capitalism, Christianity with many unsettling Bible quotes in tow , alternative medicine, marriage, e-mail, road kill and much more.

I hope she keeps doing this projects because, as it gets more refined, I think it will get pretty damn good. Oh, and thank you for returning that batch of missent Vines! Once you get through all the long interviews with Piebald, Young Pioneers, Suppression, which happened to be the longest, and Race Traitor, you get hard facts on the dis- grace of our civilization and disgusting statistics to prove it.

In these type of Vines, pessimism is a major strong arm to the writing. Almost all the articles, being around 10 pages each, have a political significance: This Vine is so fucking thick but goes by pretty quick.

There are interviews with Ensign, I Snapcase, 1 1 34 and H The H20 interview is the best I as it features Toby running off at the mouth about nearly I everything under the sun: Snapcase talks about seeing a ghost. The photography is great and is anchored by nu- merous shots by Dave Mandel. This was a pleasant sur- prise. Carrie McNich creates an exciting world through her draw- ings and witty comments. These tales are her very own and her sincerity and genuine openness to us is well ac- cepted.

I ad- vise anyone to check out Asswhine. Elliot, Ink and Dagger and Constatine Sankathi are interviewed. Also there are show and record reviews, band pictures, and some writings on sexism, relationships, and skating.

I think this guy likes Snapple a whole lot. Another overwhelming little package that is almost as fat as it is wide and tall. Automaton, as its other states, is some- where in the poetry-esque category. If this were done in 8. Unfortunately the writing is not very good.

There is an interview with Kevin Arnold Syndrome and lots of nice pictures. And you thought police brutality was no laughing matter Only those with a sense of humor need apply for duel citizenship to the Nation of Badass. Funny bits on fashion punks, amusing Johnny Rotten quotes and comedic pictures with equally worthy captions. Also reviews and interviews with Choking Victim and Limecell. JLG Goodwin Ln. When not drinking alone and kicking cats, this monkey meets other creatures who only seem to intensify its loneliness and unfulfillment with there indirect commentary on his life.

There is little text or dialogue but the pictures speak for themselves. Even if you are not interested in any of the things listed above I suggest getting it just for the novelty. A big portion of the contri- butions were by female students at this high school. In general, it covers stories, tales and adventures of self-realization and absorption.

Many of these topics they write about deal with patriarchy, clashing cultures, re- form, etc. Not your average high school collective fanzine. A few reviews, some band photos and an inventive column about creating your own religion. The only piece here that de- serves a shiny star is the lengthy Avail interview. Tim, Beau Beau and company always seem to have interesting perspectives on things; here they include videos, voting, being courted by majors and transitional points in life. Overall, there are a lot of similar publications who try to dabble in a bit of everything, many of which are a more enlightening read.

Blind to Faith sports the following: I can definitely envision the editors sitting on the couch with a six pack, the punk rock cranked, and ECW on the television. OB Lorain Ave. Blind to Faith offered me one of the most interesting interviews to come by. Ryan does 4 interviews here: Yeah, Chris talks about the exploitation and greed involved in the sex industry. Other than that, your basic shit— pages of pictures and reviews. In his witty and intelligent style he recounts his first en- counter with his favorite drug — coffee, the drunken effects of sleep dep- ravation as well as his first encounters with punk.

If you have read any Burn Collectors before you know that A1 has a talent for telling tales. Although this issue is surprisingly short, I was not disappointed by the content.

I call it poetry, they call it journal entries. The different entries had a negative and pessimistic feel towards them which always gets my attention. There was a neat little one page deal as part of the intro about how society puts too much emphasis on finding a significant other which I really enjoyed and agreed with.

He may put more out if he receives more stories. The editors interview Enuff Z Nuff and Dee Snyder and also recount their own adventures when they were metal heads. Some of the material used in the layout had me laughing out loud. A newsletter full of clips from other newsletters. Interviews with Good Riddance and the Fixtures.

Writing on the Zapatistas and not much else. I could see some kids into snotty punk rock fiddling through this issue. This book is about being on the road with the Nomadic Festival of In a nutshell the Nomadic Festival is a whole bunch of anarchists, hip- pies, punks, etc.

Most of the writing is done by Sascha Altman DuBrul although there are a few contributions. Dombrowski seems to follow the same line of thought in most of his writings. Lots of good humored stories about the significant events that have determined the scope and content of this issue plus long and revealing interviews with Texas Is The Reason and Wolfie Retard.

A visit to a nude beach in France, a journey full of Satan supplied surprises and of course a few sex fantasies for good measure. Quite a bit of info relevant to the scene in Hull is also provided. Another page from the life of Greg Knowles, western PA resident and scene documenter extraordinaire. Greg Knowles cruises along at the speed of life sending us notes and observations on his experiences.

These issues cover travels in Florida, his ailing father, the bands and scenes of Eastern Pennsylvania, Western Pennsylvania and Ohio. Also thoughts on pit apes, pawn shops, Frida Kahlo and Tamagotchi for starters. Smart, critical and good natured mis- sives that find universal relevance in day to day events. Reading through a bunch of Chumpires only strengthens my belief in the importance of being conscious of the subtleties within the larger patterns of our experi- ences.

Writing these out and sharing with others is a high calling indeed. I for one look forward to Chumpires I think these guys have one of the best scenes running right now. I loved the drawings and photos. This reminds that my Spanish is getting rusty. Go and get this right now! Well what are you waiting for?!? Simplicity is sometimes the best way to present something and Bryan sure knows this word to a tee.

Once again Bryan has met my expectations and left me with a smile. A few pictures, some floaty articles and a clean layout summarize the rest of Clear Winner. And in my opinion, Bryan seems to like it like that. This is a rather poorly drawn cartoon spoofing stereotypical straight edge dress and action. Order your own copy and leam how to do the same thing in your town. Then' write the IAC a letter thanking them for all their inspirational ideas.

These guys and gals have got a clue and are putting it into action. Some short record re- views, photos and other random straight edge stuff fill out the pages. Layout improvements are promised for the next issue and will be greatly appreciated.

All stuff is in English except one essay in German. I could probably go through each piece in this issue without boring you to death. First, he talks about how patches these days are taking over his hometown Spokane and he gives a brief time line, too. Does that make sense? Anyhow, he goes on about stealing from the library as a no-no, another question on unity, his spring break and, lastly, an interview with Man is a Bastard and Behead the Prophet. This would definitely be enhanced by my knowing the editor, but I liked it all the same.

Not really sure what to say about this one. There is some cool on in here, but the two stories were hard to read and one is missing its own conclu- sion. Interview s with Remission and Brother Inferior along with some i-eviews, letters, and a few columns round out the standard parts of Dwgsht. Well put together with some real stuff to read and ponder. The only Parisian I know is the department store found bedded in the malls in Georgia.

Fleas and Lice, Skimierbox. Marmottes Apalties, State of Fear. Nicely laid out and easy to read. C ool contributions on means to various people. The au- thor complains a lot about his life and basically feels really sorry for himself. He went into great detail about how he wanted to move, which I hope he did so he can have something more exciting to write about and maybe even become happier.

For that reason, he stopped making people pay for DDT, except through the mail. Some of the articles cover the themes of how make-up only functions as a cog in the machine of stan- dards we live with degrading our lives and loves, style only punks and the way music can work as a pacifying distraction — even for punks. This person make numerous references to the panel of white haired men in suits who smoke cigars and control the world.

Smooth out the rough edges a little, you know although 1 suppose everything should have some sort of edge, right? Interesting, but a little on the high school end of the spectrum, so older punks might not be as interested as you young-ins.

Most of the usual elements are included. Poignant poetic rants about anger and loss and another example of what has become a bit of a trend, serious self diagnosis and personal neurosis inventory mixed with bouts of incoherent depression speak.

Approaching liber-human in terms of analysis and quivering, helpless lump of a man in working real- ity, I find myself asking if this is live or memorex. As much as I hate to throw things into categories, Diet Society is a self their cars. This double issue has interviews with Swing Kids.

I like what l see. There is also a long interview with Heft. Essays included arc critical ot the straight white direction that N. There Is also a fast paced word construction that covers her relationship with a hoy.

It had lots of XX meat is murder propaganda and pictures of bad sxe bands. It in- about the latest Mexican from various hardcore gu- article on the hot new martial. A couple pages remind me of what people write in high school yearbooks at the end of the year.

There is a lot of reprinted tilings in here, and a few personal writings. Also, there is an interview with the Jinkies. The art is really well done. The story is open to a lot of interpretation. It has to do with the fall ot angels to hell, or perhaps with the creation of m il AU 1 know is it looks really nice. All the demons look good. The incredible cover picture of a locomotive racing through the night, which looks to be a wood cut print, may be worth die price of this one alone.

The layout makes it a little hard to read with the ads running into the text. Especially useful to many people. Okay, read my review for 2 above ; plug in the topic of reli- gion and this review will be the same.

Wow—this covers so much about atheism, organized religion, the religious right and abortion clinics. Get both of these issues and get educated. Lots of little stories that could have been autobiographical There a review of a band called Kodiak that the author likes. I probably would have enjoyed it more if 1 knew who the band was. There is a good article on Affir- mative Action. There is also some directions on how to make a kite. Just nothing, really outstanding about it.

A fanzine from the Christian underground. A number of boys profess their faith and the righteous direction of their bands. Their is an expose on straight edge and why it and Christ cannot mix: Christians must re- main pure. Friend Of Mine documents a piece of the larger un- derground which will remain ignored for the most part. Tunnel vision precludes most communication. It is mostly reproductions of essays from other academic journals, but she writes stuff as well.

A bit more removed than what I was used to from reading Alien, but certainly an interesting, intellectual read. I like it when people tackle specific issues like this. Lots of horror and gory drawings throughout. Read about what music he listens to, the dreams he has had literally , the fest he put on, why he is sXe, etc In other words, get to know Theo. He actually seems like a pretty nice guy.

Also lots of band photos. JLG Keller Ln. Good for a few laughs. This is seriously disappointing. In a BIG way. Look at that price! And, while I was interested by some of the interview potential Promise Ring, Ten Yard Fight , this whole thing turns out like poop. The whole thing is laid- out using the centered text that gets really spread out at times, to fill up lines. You know what I am talking about. Issue 3 finds her gripped by deep and dark desperation.

She rants about being on the dole, having no direction, the inevitable de- mise of her punk soul and lack of someone to talk to while she goes from days of drunken stu- por to straight edge conversion and back to alcohol binges. She pulls of some impressive rants on sellout punks, the demands her music pals put on her life and a brutal slam on the subversion of sexuality in hardcore.

The angst gets pretty thick here and there, but things turn out much better in 4 as she gives up psychic self mutilation, falls in love with a new straight edge hardcore boy, gets forced into a job and her buddy band, Curll, breaks up. Once again Kirst rants with the best on straight edge, emotional honesty, cars and her menstrual cycle.

Most everything else in these issues are journal type entries which chronicle major emotional events with day to day detail. The art is all inspired by fantasy stuff, and Warhammer in particular. Well done and original. Number one, the 16 pages is kind of deceptive because the type on some of the pages is small as hell. Shit, it is probably smaller than this review. Foxboro is an attempt by Jon to actually get something done in the sub- urbs of Boston instead of just sitting around doing nothing.

Right down to its name, Foxboro all about blatant localism. There are two of those profile tilings on Converge and Cave-In, some writings on fighting bore- dom and laziness, and a piece on Jove lost. Writing on biking in the rain and movies and various other personal experiences.

A few record reviews, too. Plus some band pictures and a neat and arty centerfold. Now THIS is more like it. A big format, sort of like Second Nature. It is super-nice looking and is chock-full of really entertaining and interesting stuff.

Vique Simba describes her mysterious pals in Bob Tilton, a whole article about phone tapping, a Swing Kids tour blurb, reviews, columns by fools like Mike Phyte. I can get into this. A mini book comprised of a few months worth of thoughts and rumina- tions on graduation from high school, missing friends, creativity and a passionate relationship with a fellow human. It is a mini book of thoughts written during one week of a summertime obsession with another human. A brief bit of meandering emotions and dreams intertwined.

The creator of this book wrote eight questions in a note book and passed it amongst friends and acquaintances collecting their responses on the pages of the notebook. The questions focus on what stuff makes people happy, for example: Some responses bring to mind pleasant memories and thoughts. A few are surprising enough to make me happy. In particular, one response to the question: That sort of thoughtfulness made this project totally worthwhile for me.

The mouthpiece of Crimethink propaganda is a tabloid size newsprint tract which asks readers to ask many questions of themselves. Question about time, pleasure, and vicarious thrills. It then goes on to determine the nature of the problems Western Civilization faces at the end of the Second Millennium of the Christian calendar.

The rest of the pages are filled with essays on hypocrisy and plagiarism, television, death and love which seek to grind away the rust and din that Christian-centric consumer culture has deposited on the irrational and emotional core of human existence. The essay on death contains a sen- tence which gets to the heart of the Harbinger program: Lots of talking about the crews, sellouts, and most importantly, moshing.

Apparently the H is all about the windmill. H like their hardcore with a heavy metal influence — check the bands interviewed besides Sektor: Vitality their all time favorite heroes — OLC There are also reports from various shows and festi- vals where H was in effect and cold running the pit. Un esfuerzo de cuatro chicos de Argentina. El arregla por computadora as muy limpio.

Las preguntas hacen un conversacion interesante porque son my especifico y particular. Imprimiendo sobre papel de periodico. JI CC Sue. Brutally honest and personal look into the life of a young woman con- fronting incest, racism and other assorted, intense life issues. Not afraid to tell it like it is, there are uglies exposed here, hers and those of the world surrounding her, in all their complicated and ironic detail.

CKC 25th St. Fuck, this guy is really confrontational here. Basically he takes a part many punk based ethics and arranges himself in the other position. For example, he writes about the vivisectioners being your ordinary joe not a mass murderer sent on a passion of killing animals. It does make an argument that many of you can already see. The thing is that Jason also disagrees to animal experimentation, he just takes on a different view. Like I said in Stratagem 2 review, confrontation is needed in our scene.

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