craner

Beast of Burden
It was a Lib Dem Idea, some shit Chuka got from a Think Tank and Jo Swinson of “Jo Swinson’s Liberal Democrat’s” signed off on because she is going to be Prime Minister in her head.

Re: Jo’s Skills Wallet
 

Mr. Tea

Shub-Niggurath, Please
It was a Lib Dem Idea, some shit Chuka got from a Think Tank and Jo Swinson of “Jo Swinson’s Liberal Democrat’s” signed off on because she is going to be Prime Minister in her head.

Re: Jo’s Skills Wallet
Catty Craner, best Craner!
 

entertainment

Well-known member
I don't think it's so bad haha. That one is lame but the thought of a business doing good is not this perversely morbid, preposterous idea to me.

I'd think I'm also more neo-liberal than most on here.
 

luka

Well-known member
Staff member
The impression I get is that politically speaking you're barty-lite.
 

luka

Well-known member
Staff member
Some of the same casual assumptions but without the ideological fervour
 

constant escape

winter withered, warm
I wonder if this, as an aesthetics, can be rigorously mobilized as something more than a vacuous, LAPRy wallpaper. I wonder if it can be "worn" by a thorough/heavy-hitting ideology. Aesthetically, I think its cool. I think it can be a configured as vehicle for metamodernism and sent off to the front lines to aid a nihilistic vanguard.

It could subsume the momentum of environmentalism.

It could enable a return of a heliocentric mythos (though we'll have to be wary of certain archetypes such as those represented by the swastika/sauwastika, auspicious symbols of clarity/sunlight and harshness/lightning).

It could steer technological development away from consumerist singularities, to some degree. Although thats a tall order.

This could be a project in prototyping ideologies. Perhaps worthy of a zine series, thank you @catalog .

The day to cyberpunk's night. Could this balance be substantial, more than merely aesthetic?
 
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