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Adbusters Keaton Human Comedy Show

In grad school, I was a consistent reader of the Canadian critique of consumer-culture monthly Adbusters. (I even sported a pair of its black high top uh-swoosh shoes–the anti-brand brand.) I found–and still do–that much of its Marshall Mcluhan-inspired media-scrutiny savviness paired … Continue reading

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World Getting You Down? Go to Your Room. What Can the Hikikomori Teach Us?

The most recent issue of Adbusters features an article by Roland Kelts that, while interesting, fascinates me more in regard to what it does not develop as opposed to what it does. In “What’s Wrong with Being the World’s No. … Continue reading

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