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Genuinely free, self-conscious, authentic activity as opposed to the alienated labour demanded under capitalism.

Silent Donation by Ben Yamiin March 20th, 2009 10:57 AM

A dispatch from GaØ... I'm a firm believer that curiosity should be rewarded. The streets of Accra are covered in sights and sounds, and it would be easy for small details to become overlooked. I think that anybody who's willing to keep a keen ...

20 + 101 points :: 10 comments :: 22 votes
Vote by Amanda Esque March 3rd, 2009 8:10 AM

When I go and vote, I get all patriotic and weird. I vote every year, not just "big" years. There's always something that people want my opinion on (as a voter) and I like letting them know. On election day, when I see someone with an "I VOTED" stick...

15 + 9 points :: 0 comments :: 4 votes

Sombrero Guy I found out in November that we would be spending New Year in East Anglia on the way to visit relatives in Norwich. My first thought was, "Great! I can visit Tom!" As it turned out, he was away, also visiting relatives. But I couldn't ju...

30 + 27 points :: 4 comments :: 9 votes :: 3 collaborators

Truths from the book of books We want to send ahead that we're neither christian nor disrespect chrisitian religions nor want to tread on someones toes with this task! A fortune cookie gives us more or less concrete advice as to how we have to live...

25 + 49 points :: 6 comments :: 12 votes :: 2 collaborators
The Permanent Collection by visivo February 13th, 2009 7:44 PM

I've been working on this task for months in my brain. Years, even, if you count childhood anguish. So close is this to my heart that I knew instantly upon reading it what I had to do. I had to right my wrongdoing, and return the book I had stolen f...

15 + 41 points :: 1 comment :: 10 votes
Circle Time by Daniel February 12th, 2009 6:36 PM

As soon as looked at this task I immediately thought of a project I did in 8th grade. We had to write a children’s story and read it to the second graders. For my story I wrote a fractured fairy tale (go, Rocky and Bullwinkle). I didn’t want to ...

25 + 8 points :: 3 comments :: 3 votes

WARNING: First a nostalgic and wordy intro that gives the context for the task but that impatient readers can certainly skip When I was little, maybe three or four, my brother and I used to go play at our next door neighbor's home, a second floor ap...

25 + 57 points :: 7 comments :: 16 votes
Fortune Not Cookie by Leslie, Silent Mike February 2nd, 2009 12:15 PM

A Grand Adventure in the City The draw of designing and leaving fortunes across The City of San Francisco was too powerful to resist. Leslie and I found the prospect of humorous fortunes a clever manner by which to brighten someone's day. We discuss...

25 + 23 points :: 2 comments :: 5 votes :: 2 collaborators
Fortune Not Cookie by zer0gee January 31st, 2009 11:46 PM

I rent lots and lots of movies. I get them from various places - Blockbuster Online, Blockbuster stores, Redbox, and my local library. For a month, I put a fortune in every movie I rented before I returned it. I tried to make the content of the fo...

25 + 81 points :: 4 comments :: 20 votes
Silent Donation by Hope Murphy January 30th, 2009 8:33 AM

Listen to Yellow. I don't go to a school anymore, I do correspondence. I only do one class there, and I sometimes show up for lunch. Today, before going to lunch, I made a quick stop at Carrs. There, I decided to buy someone flowers. To br...

20 + 44 points :: 4 comments :: 12 votes
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