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Just in time for Passover!

12 years of DIY ritual, with Haggadahs, recipes, and enough sloppy radical political commentary to ruin any family gathering. Editable versions to customize your 2008 ritual. Throw your own Seder!

Moses
was a hero to most
but he never meant shit to me!

2008 Cover

Posted on April 18, 2008

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James Snyder did a nice little write up and video piece about the G.R.L. for time.com. I wanted to throw him some shine because besides doing his research he managed to link to examples of our work (outside of time.com) 10 times in the course of one article! It drives me crazy when I read online news articles about things which exist on the internet but don’t get linked up because they are not on the organizations server (NYT for example is apparently unaware of how to use the href tag). The href is a wonderful thing. And since Theo continually gets left out of the story I thought I’d atone with some href love:


  • Theo Watson wrote the Laser Tag Software!!!!!!!!! Theo Watson wrote the Laser Tag Software!!!!!!!!! Theo Watson wrote the Laser Tag Software!!!!!!!!! Theo Watson wrote the Laser Tag Software!!!!!!!!! Theo Watson wrote the Laser Tag Software!!!!!!!!! Theo Watson wrote the Laser Tag Software!!!!!!!!! Theo Watson wrote the Laser Tag Software!!!!!!!!! Theo Watson wrote the Laser Tag Software!!!!!!!!! Theo Watson wrote the Laser Tag Software!!!!!!!!! Theo Watson wrote the Laser Tag Software!!!!!!!!!

  • … Oh, and Zach wrote some of it too.

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    Posted on April 14, 2008

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    At the first glance TINA seems to be the best “attention-h0″ ever, famous for her trashy and brave “user generated content”. Her youtube videos are absolutley authentic, the internet loves her, and she has a big fanbase. But why would a person expose itself in such a excessive way? Just for being internet famous?

    Her recent flyer promoting “Tina’s Essay Contest” looks so perfectly trashy and 90s style, that it smells like the work of a professional. Color, typography, well-cropped backgrounds – it’s hard to do it better. Compare the flyer of TINA with Bennet4$senate’s (F@ Lab artist)

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    Is this the work of professional amateurs? For me, it is “internet famo art”, following even bigger footsteps than Lonelygirl15:

    TINA also stands for “There Is No Alternative“, a term of the famous sociologist Pierre Bourdieu. Wikipedia quotation: Bourdieu claims that how one chooses to present one’s social space to the world, one’s aesthetic dispositions, depicts one’s status and distances oneself from lower groups. DAMN!

    As TINA knows how-to present her social space to the world really well, we should look forward to her further career. See also: http://internetfamo.us/class/

    Links to Tina:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IuUKHNIvCL4&feature=related
    http://perezhilton.com/2008-04-13-when-weblebrities-blog
    http://blog.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.view&friendID=281692277&blogID=377503631

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    We all want to eat pizza when we’re drunk.



    L’asso cuts out the middle man by serving brick oven slices alongside it’s full liquor bar, meaning you won’t even have to give up your stool to grease your fingers and burn the roof of your mouth.



    After the dinner customers leave, the tables get pushed to the side to reveal the dance floor, with a boogie-soul soundtrack provided by the FATLAB’s own Bennett4$enate.



    Saturday April 12th.

    Tunes from 11pm-4am

    Slices sold til 3am.



    L’asso

    192 Mott St. at Kenmare (map)

    J to Bowery

    6 to Spring+Lafayette



    Tunes:

    codeblooded.net/bennett4senate

    fffff.at/music



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    Posted on April 10, 2008

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