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Alt Right goes Alt Banksy with amazing(ly dumb) Adidas meme

Alt-right "street artists" will never match the brilliance of this bit of graffiti
Alt-right “street artists” will never match the brilliance of this bit of graffiti

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The Alt-Right has a new plan to take over the culture … by appropriating the “corporate symbols of the left” and — get this! — subverting them. And then, like, pasting them on buildings and stuff. Because no one has ever thought of THAT before! 

In a recent blog post, the pickup-artist-turned-white-supremacist-Trump-superfan “Heartiste” proudly posts a photo of one such subversion: street posters that have transformed the Apple logo, “an iconic image of globohomo shitlibbery,” into “a pro-Trumpening war banner” by turning the standard bite from the apple into a Trump silhouette.

Aw, it’s cute — they think they’re Banksy!

Heartiste then posts his own contribution to the “existential war for the soul of Western Man.”

Er, what?
Er, what?

If you’ve ever wondered if it was possible to screw up in Photoshop if all you’re doing is posting words onto a plain white background, it turns out the answer is “yes.”

Here’s a slightly more clever use of the Adidas brand:

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Pol
Pol
4 years ago

Oh I don’t think that heartiste is a “bad” person. It is just that I disagree with it very much.

And I’m not trying to prove anything. Except that maybe our opponents are not evil. They are humans and just have self centred ideas sometimes.

And I do hope that heartiste can have a true loving partner. Even if “it” is a bit of a dick.

occasional reader
occasional reader
4 years ago

Hello.

“corporate symbols of the left”

and

Adidas

Nobody is striken by this two statements in a sentence implying the first about the second ? Next, are they going to say that Tom Ford is clearly a feminist company as seen per its adds, and that Nike has promoted the positive discrimination by allowing asian children to fashion shoes ?

Have a nice day.

Imaginary Petal
Imaginary Petal
4 years ago

@Pol

Don’t call people “it”, fuckhead.

Pol
Pol
4 years ago

Poor heartiste. Got called “it”… Are you serious Imaginary Petal?

Well, better “it” than “fuckhead” I suppose.

Geez, chillax mate. We are all friends here.

Joekster: betas bearded, sheeple shamed, dragons derailed. Reasonable rates.
Joekster: betas bearded, sheeple shamed, dragons derailed. Reasonable rates.
4 years ago

That was an odd comment from Pol. Pol has posted here before in good faith, so it’s sort of an astounding misstep. I almost wonder if Pol was trying to go off the common manosphere logic that feminists ‘just need to get laid’. In any case, bad taste.

@pol: try not to get defensive. You posted something that seemed funny to you, but was triggering for various people here (and even privileged people like me can see the problem with it). I know it’s really tough to not get defensive when your comments are being criticized, but it’s extremely educational to take them to heart.

Teel deer: ‘an error does not become a mistake unless it is not corrected’-Timothy Zahn

epitome of incomprehensibility

@dust bunny, occasional reader – Yeah, “corporate symbols of the left” is a bit silly.

Well, Thinkly Different! 😛

@faeriesoph – About Pound: that’s a fair point, and the fact that he was a white, English-speaking American probably had a lot to do with the compromise. I can’t imagine that happening had he been ethnically Japanese or even Italian. Still, many people at the time denounced the idea that pro-Axis speech on an obscure radio program = treason. (I guess from a contemporary perspective hate speech would be a better charge, but that category didn’t exist yet in law.)

Michael P
Michael P
4 years ago

Dunning-Kruger is fun. These bozos are about to find out what aggressive defense of a trademark looks like.

Troubelle
Troubelle
4 years ago

@Pol

I know one person who actually uses it/its pronouns. However, if it is not explicitly the pronoun someone requests, using it/its pronouns in reference to a person is a massive dick move, as it’s usually applied to objects and not humans.

You’re going to hit clay soon if you keep digging down.

Pol
Pol
4 years ago

Hi Joekster,

I certainly was not saying that feminists need to get laid. That would be foolish and untrue of me to say. I most certainly do not think any such thing.

Although to be honest, I don’t see how you could come to that impression of me from what I have said.

Nevertheless, it seems like a few people were a bit peed off by me and so I will take your criticism into account.

And also, goodnight all. 😐

Troubelle
Troubelle
4 years ago

….Welp.

Let’s get a better topic rolling. Anyone else got a dry mouth?

Rhuu
Rhuu
4 years ago

@pol: i’m not quite understanding how you want to simultaneously remind the commentariat that our opponents are people, but are then also using a pronoun which in English strips away the idea of a person being a person.

Use ‘they’ if you don’t know the gender of someone, until you ask or they tell you their pronouns. In this case, as the person in question is a prominent part of the manosphere, we can assume that the pronouns they use are ‘he’. Heartiste might be trans (we wouldn’t know until he mentioned something) but currently it is a good bet that he uses ‘he’.

Re: posting under a different nym – here is how that will go. You will once again gain the benefit of the doubt. Then, if you say something pretty shitty that says that women are responsible for this awful behaviour (if only some one would fuck him regularily, he wouldn’t be such an ass!) And also say that women have the cure to all this shitty behaviour (just sleep with him and he will change!) People will call you out on it.

Doesn’t matter the nym, always. I read your comment and went ‘wait, who said that?’ Then scrolled up to see it was you.

Joekster: betas bearded, sheeple shamed, dragons derailed. Reasonable rates.
Joekster: betas bearded, sheeple shamed, dragons derailed. Reasonable rates.
4 years ago

@pol: I was wondering if you were trying to mock the manosphere meme by turning it around on one of their chief proponents, which would have been funny, if in poor taste. Obviously not.

@troubelle: medical or psychological?

Brony, Social Justice Cenobite

@pol
1) Re: “happier of they find a decent girlfriend”
Think of it like an order of operations issue. To find a decent girlfriend and be happy they need to be a decent human being with respect to women.

2) You might as well abandon that “chillax” approach right now. That that runs straight into the problem of people getting dismissed due to tone, a very common thing that happens to women. As a result this site tends to critisize criticism of tone.
There is tone and substance and if you can’t see the latter through the former not only will you not do well here, that is a legitimate weakness all by itself.

Troubelle
Troubelle
4 years ago

@Joekster

Medical, I suppose, given that I also happen to have contracted a rogue rhinovirus, and the weather is in flux right now.

Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
4 years ago

Poor heartiste. Got called “it”… Are you serious Imaginary Petal?

Well, better “it” than “fuckhead” I suppose.

Geez, chillax mate. We are all friends here

And, somehow, not even remotely surprised. By any of it…

Makroth - Agent of the Great Degeneracy
Makroth - Agent of the Great Degeneracy
4 years ago

@Pol

Shartiste has no love to give. He talks about women like he’s tinkering with toys. And any love he would receive would just wash off of him. How familiar are you with him? Any woman should stay away from him. Any sentient being should stay away from him. Non-sentient ones too, just to be safe.

Viscaria
Viscaria
4 years ago

@joekster

Pol has posted here before in good faith,

Nah, Pol is an old gotcha troll.

@occasional reader

“corporate symbols of the left”

and

Adidas

Nobody is striken by this two statements in a sentence implying the first about the second ?

No idea really, but I think it’s because Adidas shoes were associated with high-profile black athletes. 25 years ago. Coming soon on RoK: a rant against these kids and their baggy pants.

Paradoxical Intention - Resident Cheeseburger Slut

@Viscaria: My uncle posted this thing to Facebook recently from someone else about how they’re banning baggy pants in some areas of the US, actually.

He’s in support of it, because my uncle is racist as hell, though not nearly to the level of the alt-right and the nazis.

Imaginary Petal
Imaginary Petal
4 years ago

@Pol

Way to miss the point, fuckhead.

Generic insults aren’t remotely the same thing as dehumanizing and transphobic language. Stop tone trolling or you might find yourself banned sooner than you expected.

weirwoodtreehugger: communist bonobo

Who wants to bet that Pol will come back with a different name, say the same shit and get called out again?

This is something people do from time to time. They convince themselves that they get called out because we’re meanies and want to pick on them not because they said something problematic. So they start again with a sock and lo and behold, they get the same results.

History Nerd
History Nerd
4 years ago

To Heartiste and other Alt-Right people, the “left” includes anyone with broadly liberal opinions about social and cultural issues. That feeds into the “radical Leftist socialists/communists secretly control everything” trope.

Scildfreja Unnýðnes
Scildfreja Unnýðnes
4 years ago

Wait, what? Pol, you’ve been coming here awhile. I don’t care what your opinions are on what we’re saying, you should at least have an inkling of what will and won’t fly here. Changing your name won’t fix any of that if you plan on saying the same sorts of things, it’s not a case of people just holding a grudge against you. The grudge is against your ideas.

re: “Corporate symbols of the left”

Like most fascists, everything they don’t like gets sort of jumbled together in a web of conspiracy. Leftists are also globalists, you see – they want to crush traditional indigenous populations and sew everything together into one massive international bureaucracy. Because them leftists sure love their bloated inefficiencies, I guess?

They also are corporatists, and are responsible for fiat currency, for the destruction of the middle class, and for the corruption of free government with corporate money, turning it into that bloated bureaucracy, for, uh, reasons? I guess?

It’s a weird through-the-looking-glass experience, no doubt about it. “Left” pretty much means “Anything that I disagree with” to them, I think. Which is how you can have a boardroom of “Leftist” billionaires that are ordering the crushing of dissidents in African holdings, sending bribes to the government to get lower taxes, and destroying the last remaining wildernesses on the planet, all while laughing and patting themselves on the back.

It’s sad, really, because in the end we both think that those rich fat cats are the bad guys. For some reason the alt-right doesn’t want to realize that we oppose those plunderous assholes with our every breath, because then they might have to work with us to beat them. Better to blame the left as a willing accomplice to their rise instead of owning up to the fact that it’s traditional conservative right-wing thinking that led to their rise.

I dunno, this is all pretty rambly and vague in my head right now – still ill over here – but I’m pretty confident that their use of “left” isn’t anything remotely close to ours.

banned@4chan.org
banned@4chan.org
4 years ago

@Pol

Dude, c’mon.

(also thanks to JoeB for showing me there’s an A.D.I.D.A.S. song other than the Korn one)

Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
4 years ago

@Paradoxy

they’re banning baggy pants in some areas of the US, actually

I wish a muthafucka would…

@WWTH

Who wants to bet that Pol will come back with a different name, say the same shit and get called out again?

Pol has a rather… distinctive style:
says something problematic
is aghast at the reaction
digs hole
lashes out
faux civility
“good night” and disappear
Shouldn’t be too hard to notice the return

Viscaria
Viscaria
4 years ago

We should ban all passé fashion trends! Down with pageboy hats! Yeah, I said it! Bell bottoms? More like bell bottom… of the trash heap!

Scildfreja Unnýðnes
Scildfreja Unnýðnes
4 years ago

Vis, if you ban all trash fashion, I won’t have anything to wear! :C

Bina
4 years ago

@Pol:

Nthing the “nope, he doesn’t need a girlfriend to fix him” contingent. He needs to fix HIMSELF. And only then will the ladies finally stop waving him off, as they are currently doing. Right now, they only see him as a sort of pushy door-to-door vacuum-cleaner salesman, except that the vac is his dick. Getting laid will only reinforce his belief that one has to be macho, mean, and a fucking fascist in order to “win” all the women he keeps throwing himself at. Better that everyone avoids him until he learns how alienating his behavior really is, and stops it. I wouldn’t wish him on any woman in his current incarnation.

And yes, “Heartiste” is a dude. I’ve seen his pictures. He’s unremarkable looking and may still be sporting that goofy emo-kid haircut years after it went out of style (and he was way over the usual age to be wearing such a style, to boot), but he is still a dude. An assholish and unstylish one, but unmistakably a human, male, and not an object (which is the only acceptable time to use “it”, unless maybe you’re a very old-fashioned anglophone referring to a newborn baby, which he ain’t, either). If referring to a person of unknown or unspecified gender, “they” is the best pronoun to use. It’s been done since at least Geoffrey Chaucer’s day. But he’s not a “they”, since his gender is known. Use correct pronouns, and if you don’t know how, learn. Otherwise, you too will alienate everyone, just as he does.

In short: Knock it off, and don’t do it again under another name, either.

Imaginary Petal
Imaginary Petal
4 years ago

@Viscaria

O SNAP

weirwoodtreehugger: communist bonobo

Remember Jared Fogel? The Subway spokesman who was caught with child abuse imagery? Well, Subway knew about his molesterly behavior for years. But they didn’t do anything about it assuming that because he was getting married, that would fix him.

Yeah, not so much. The love of a good woman can’t fix an abuser.

Fishy Goat
Fishy Goat
4 years ago

@ Viscaria *hugs flared pants to chest*

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!

Troubelle
Troubelle
4 years ago

re: outdated fashion

I’ve been described as having the fashion sense of a 90-year-old church lady if left to my own devices.

Weird (not wired) Eddie
Weird (not wired) Eddie
4 years ago

It’s sad, really, because in the end we both think that those rich fat cats are the bad guys.

The difference is in what the two sides would DO about the “rich fat cat question”. The Alt (and traditional) Right would have the government give them tax breaks… THAT’LL make them stop their bad behavior!!

Looking historically at the gilded era, what the robber barons were doing is still a how-to manual for corporations on how to manipulate the system and the law to their benefit. I’m sure the Fartiste’s of the world don’t give a rat’s ass how this corporate maneuvering affects anyone, as long it doesn’t affect them directly, and they are confident their (presumably) privileged position will insulate them. Still, they rage about their jobs going to Asia, but they don’t see WHO it is SENDING the jobs to Asia. They rail about the corporatists buying the political process, but they rail about it ONLY because the corporatists’ aren’t using the process to benefit white people. Instead, the wingnuts see the corporatists as being ONE with the wimmin’n’non-whites’n’non-christians’n’gays… as if Adidas’ Asian sneaker factories were built for the purpose of raising the workers’ standard of living. Because, once you reach a certain state of detachment from reality, there really IS only “us” and “them”…. 🙁

Scildfreja Unnýðnes
Scildfreja Unnýðnes
4 years ago

The love of a good woman can’t fix an abuser.

Can we get this engraved on a stone pillar on every street intersection or something? Maybe we can get someone to laser-etch it into the moon? ’cause, let’s be honest here, “all he needs is a good woman” is sayin’ not much more than “If he’s abusing you, it’s your own fault,” or “stop trying to defend yourself and just surrender, he’ll come around.” Skin-crawling grossness. Of all of the “pearls of wisdom”, it’s the myth of the healing power of a woman’s love that needs to die the most.

Only marginally related, I suspect that we’re in for some alt-righty chaos in the future! 4chan can’t afford to stay in operation as it currently stands! It can’t make money off of advertising, as (shock and surprise) no one wants to advertise on a porn-packed message board full of nazis, racism and hate! So they have been talking about doing things like getting rid of /pol/, home of the alt-right, lair of the Milo clones! Glorious! I mean, there would be a diaspora after as they migrate over to a new message board, but, still! Chaos!

Of course, shortly after that was announced, a certain someone said they would be willing to join 4chan’s board to help pay for costs… Martin Shkreli! Yeah, that Martin Shkreli, the one who bought the rights to distribute a vital AIDS drug and then raised the price from $13.75 to something like $50,000.00 per pill. And then defended it. And … well, he’s just a horrible human being. But it looks like he might be the next Lord of The Chans.

It’s gonna be interesting.

Scildfreja Unnýðnes
Scildfreja Unnýðnes
4 years ago

The difference is in what the two sides would DO about the “rich fat cat question”…

… they rage about their jobs going to Asia, but they don’t see WHO it is SENDING the jobs to Asia. … but they rail about it ONLY because the corporatists’ aren’t using the process to benefit white people.

Mm. I don’t know. I’m not saying you’re wrong here. I just feel like there’s a lot of unknown in this problem, and it’s too fuzzy. The principle of charity suggests that they actually want good outcomes for people (note that good doesn’t really mean equitable, in this case it’s probably closer to justice). It also suggests that, from their perspective, their actions are the most sensible route to get to those good outcomes.

With that in mind, I dunno if those are the right conclusions. I’m sort of searching in the dark here, but by “corporatist” they likely mean the opposite of “successful business”. I’m gonna suggest that they think that the big multinational corporations that are lobbying for tax cuts, etc, are actually massively inefficient and bloated and weak, and that they would collapse and get torn apart by smaller and more agile companies in a free market. It’s the government that keeps them alive and on top through regulations and selective enforcement of legislation.

At the same time, government is also bloated, inefficient and weak, and is crushing the freedom of the people so that those people can be exploited by the corporations. The government spends money on “social services” which sound like they’re to help people, but which actually just tie people into a system of modern serfdom, with the corporation as the feudal lord and the government as the monastic church.

I’m not sure if that’s how they see it – that’s just a guess I’ve cobbled together from the perspectives of the alt-righties I’ve talked to. If you see the world that way, then sure, I can see the Left as being a corporatist, globalist, authoritarian tyranny.

Of course, it’s wrong. Those big corporations don’t use the government to keep the small, agile companies from tearing them apart, they use the absolutely massive reserves of money that they have. They bribe the government to lower taxes for them, increasing that pool of money, and they also use bribes to reduce the strength of regulation on them – that part at least they’ve got right.

The government, for its part, is only a complicit partner where individual officials accept bribes, and has no overarching goal of crushing its populace. Perhaps they mistake that for the function of “maintaining civilization”? Social services of course don’t tie people into a feudal system, in fact they largely free them – they provide options which would otherwise be unavailable because of financial concerns.

The whole righty viewpoint feels like it’s the primacy of the self over others, from a psychological viewpoint. The creation of a powerful enemy to defeat, a dragon for Don Quixote. A vast conspiracy to be overcome. I dunno, these ideas could all obviously use a lot more work, but that’s how it’s feeling to me right now.

Buttercup Q. Skullpants
Buttercup Q. Skullpants
4 years ago

it’s the myth of the healing power of a woman’s love that needs to die the most.

Yes. And it’s that myth which underpins everything from the incel rage at women (as far as they are concerned, women are Martin Shkreli, withholding the vital healing medicine incels need and laughing while they jack up the “price” of sex beyond their reach); to the way women are constantly wheedled to “just give him a chance” when they object to being creeped on and harrassed by strangers; to songs like “Fixer Upper” in Frozen, wherein Anna is abruptly shoved together with Kristof and married off to him (by trolls, no less), with the admonition that with a little bit of love, she can transform his smelly feet, grumpiness, social awkardness, etc. into relationship gold. (And the unspoken corollary: if he doesn’t shape up, it’s because the woman wasn’t good enough/didn’t try hard enough. It’s The Secret, applied to relationships).

Women are supposed to be able to see beneath the surface of other people to the true diamond shining underneath. While that’s an admirable quality, it’s been used since time immemorial to manipulate women into settling for abusers. No similar expectation exists for men.

Scildfreja Unnýðnes
Scildfreja Unnýðnes
4 years ago

Oh, well, women aren’t human, yanno, Buttercup! Women are magical nature fairies. They’re fickle and fey, irrational and vain, but if you catch them unawares and say the magic words before they disappear into dewdrops, they fall in love with you and turn into a devoted elf-wife. Kind of like a dog, really.

MRAs are angry about how fickle and vain they are. MGTOWs want to build a wall around the green hill and then throw rocks at all of the magical nature fairies inside because they’re so mean for not being their elf-wives. PUAs are trying to puzzle out what the magic words are so they can have a devoted sex-elf that will clean their house and make them dinner without complaining.

Viscaria
Viscaria
4 years ago

I should be clear that I love me some vintage fashion, and if I could fit into the flared jeans I wore in high school, by the FSM, I would. I just think it’s so absurd that racists are still fixated on black youth fashion from the 90s. Update your references, racists! Also… stop being racists.

Weird (not wired) Eddie
Weird (not wired) Eddie
4 years ago

@ Scildfreja

PUAs are trying to puzzle out what the magic words are

https://xkcd.com/1027/

someone earlier mentioned a xkcd ‘toon, so I had to go look. Then, I had to stay and read some more, and this one seemed appropriate to your comment 🙂

Weird (not wired) Eddie
Weird (not wired) Eddie
4 years ago

@ Scildfreja

In ref to the Right/Alt-Right and “corporatism”, I must confess to applying a single line of analysis to a subject which has more branches and thorns than a blackberry bush!

JoeB
JoeB
4 years ago

@Axecalibur

That’s what I get for not copypasting usernames

@banned@4chan.org

Imo way better too, it’s still dumb, but dumb to upbeat, infectious music.

BlackBloc
BlackBloc
4 years ago

This is the crew that took the mega popular antifa/far left motto-slash-logo “Good Night White Pride” and turned it into the farcical mouthful “Good Night Left Side” without even bothering changing the silhouettes… which is from an iconic picture of a black anti-fascist protester stomping on a neo-nazi skinhead.

I doubt they’re cut out to be the new Banksy.

Kit Fowley
Kit Fowley
4 years ago

For some reason the alt-right doesn’t want to realize that we oppose those plunderous assholes with our every breath, because then they might have to work with us to beat them. Better to blame the left as a willing accomplice to their rise instead of owning up to the fact that it’s traditional conservative right-wing thinking that led to their rise.

http://i.huffpost.com/gen/1256900/images/o-CRABS-BUSHEL-facebook.jpg

Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
4 years ago

@JoeB

That’s what I get for not copypasting usernames

All good, buddy 🙂

Policy of Madness
Policy of Madness
4 years ago

To be fair, I did see a guy wearing saggy pants last week. And there has been fairly recent criticism of a local attraction practicing racial discrimination through the means of fashion policing vs. saggy pants. So it’s not like nobody does it anymore.

The principle of charity suggests that they actually want good outcomes for people (note that good doesn’t really mean equitable, in this case it’s probably closer to justice). It also suggests that, from their perspective, their actions are the most sensible route to get to those good outcomes.

I think the links you’re missing here are the good ol’ just world fallacy, and cognitive dissonance. Although some business people/corporations somehow get labeled as scummy, most of them are viewed as deserving their wealth because they are morally superior to people who don’t have any wealth. If they are morally superior (which they must be, if the world is just) then it’s morally wrong to critique them. However, at the same time, we know that the largest corporations get very chummy handling from the government, which a morally superior actor would not require. Hence the rage against corporations.

The breakdown I’ve seen is usually financial institutions vs. companies that make or sell actual items. I’ve had people who rage against Goldman Sachs get irritated when I point out that Waldemort is at least as evil. The more likely someone is to actually interact with a megacorporation, the more likely they seem to be to put them into the just-world category rather than the crony-capitalist category. It takes some cognitive dissonance to make that distinction, but there is a certain logic to it: companies that make/sell stuff can be more easily rationalized to have “earned” their massive bucks compared with companies that never interact with the public. The second category simply siphons its wealth directly off the economy and there’s no two ways about that, whereas the first can be imagined to be the economy.

Weird (not wired) Eddie
Weird (not wired) Eddie
4 years ago

@ Scildfreja, @ Kit

I was thinking about that “common cause” just now. In the microsecond before it got co-opted by the christian fundamentalists, the Tea Party was a conservative movement spawned out of anger at the banks for the economic meltdown of 2008. In the streets, that movement should instantly make common cause with the Occupy Wall Street movement. For the conservatives who have that fundie type world view, this is a betrayal of everything else they stand for. They are the Glenn Beck/Rush Limbaugh Right.

There are others for whom that common cause would be less difficult, the new Alt-Right who see the large banks and corporations as being predatory, and see them as being in violation of the small, self-run business ethic which they believe to be the American ideal. They would make common cause with Occupy, simply intending to destroy THEM later.

Handsome "Punkle Stan" Jack

Although maybe if heartiste actually had a true loving partner he wouldn’t be like he is.

If indeed he is a “he”…

And I do hope that heartiste can have a true loving partner. Even if “it” is a bit of a dick.

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Of course, shortly after that was announced, a certain someone said they would be willing to join 4chan’s board to help pay for costs… Martin Shkreli! Yeah, that Martin Shkreli, the one who bought the rights to distribute a vital AIDS drug and then raised the price from $13.75 to something like $50,000.00 per pill. And then defended it. And … well, he’s just a horrible human being. But it looks like he might be the next Lord of The Chans.

http://65.media.tumblr.com/38cdd16b33458c3a9589ca27dbc039fd/tumblr_inline_nxl60brjnl1tgtco0_500.gif

Of fucking course he’d be a 4channer.

Robert Walker-Smith
Robert Walker-Smith
4 years ago

Skiriki – I’ve read about the Degenerate Art exhibit. The fact that it drew twice the attendance of the National Socialist Realism show makes it the first and only time modern art has been successfully marketed to the general public.

Viscaria
Viscaria
4 years ago

To be fair, I did see a guy wearing saggy pants last week. And there has been fairly recent criticism of a local attraction practicing racial discrimination through the means of fashion policing vs. saggy pants. So it’s not like nobody does it anymore.

Ah, I didn’t realize. Point taken, PoM. Thank you!

Scented Fucking Hard Chairs
Scented Fucking Hard Chairs
4 years ago

@/pol/

So are you Pelagic or Scribbles? (Or both, that tends to happen around here.)

Robert Walker-Smith
Robert Walker-Smith
4 years ago

This got me thinking about my fashion choices lately.
I’ve been living in cargo shorts, T-shirt and short sleeve shirt combo since about April. It’s a good way for a middle aged white guy to go from inconspicuous to nearly invisible.