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Monday Lazy Linking

Here's a pretty old post from the blog archives of Geekery Today; it was written about 14 years ago, in 2010, on the World Wide Web.

  • Defend Red & Black Cafe. Roderick, Austro-Athenian Empire (2010-06-04). My friend William Gillis writes to me: For over a decade I've frequented The Red & Black Cafe in Portland – an IWW, explicitly anarchist, worker-owned coop – and over the years they've faced all the sort of police harassment and surveillance you'd expect for a venue catering to radical… (Linked Saturday 2010-06-05.)

  • My central air is finally fixed! Praise Jeebus! drunkenatheist, Drunkenatheist (2010-06-05). After a month and a half of fighting with our landlord (and sending off frantic emails to our realtor), the HVAC crew came out and cleaned our compression doo-dad.  Now, I think it might be possible to cut glass with my nipples. (I'll refrain from letting loose with a "hallelujah"… (Linked Sunday 2010-06-06.)

  • Rand Paul Petition. Roderick, Austro-Athenian Empire (2010-06-06). If you're interested in signing a petition asking Rand Paul to support Red & Black Café's right to bar cops from their premises, click here. (I don't know how thrilled the Café would be with Paul's support – but I doubt they're at much risk of getting it ....) (Linked Sunday 2010-06-06.)

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  1. Drunkenatheist

    LOL. I love how the snippet text cuts off just after I mentioned my nipples.

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