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Direct Action Comix #2

Here's a pretty old post from the blog archives of Geekery Today; it was written about 18 years ago, in 2006, on the World Wide Web.

Here’s a nice follow-up to your Independence Day celebrations, out of the web comics archives. This is an early strip from Cat and Girl, but it makes me think of nothing so much as an even older Calvin and Hobbes:

This is what the revolution looks like. Freedom doesn’t mean ballot boxes and it doesn’t mean barricades. Freedom is made up of direct action. We will know we have won when we can walk away whistling and just ignore the bellowing blowhard brigade.

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  1. Discussed at radgeek.com

    Rad Geek People’s Daily 2008-02-25 – I am shocked—shocked!—to find that politics is going on in here!:

    […] GT 2006-04-16: Direct Action and GT 2006-07-06: Direct Action comix #2 […]

· September 2008 ·

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    Rad Geek People’s Daily 2008-09-10 – The Stupid Campaign Season Distraction:

    […] the power that attaches to and derives from the absurd spectacle, would disappear in a moment if enough of us just ignored the damn thing, if enough of us refuse to take their orders, treat the absurd spectacle of their idiotic rituals […]

— 2013 —

  1. Discussed at radgeek.com

    Rad Geek People's Daily 2013-07-20 – Direct Action Comix (#3):

    […] GT 2006-07-06: Direct Action Comix #2 (Cat and Girl versus Current Events) […]

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