Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Free speech

Well, it's cool and all, but it's tricky.

I mean, I just really don't think you can convince me Klansmen should be allowed to have parades or even be allowed to talk to unattended people under the age of fifteen in public.

Right, so that leads to Jews and Nazi Germany.

BUT: TJ publishes things that would offend a lot of people, so I kind of rely on free speech.

Hiding free speech behind art sounds like something those hippies that turned republican would talk about.

So I dunno.

But I'm still going to quash Mather's dissent until he writes us a poem.

4 comments:

renaissance jones said...

christ, the attention this guy is getting. wish I had thought of this...
maybe mather is a wierd genius

Steve Barker said...

Agreed. I'm ashamed to say that I've spent more time reading the blog than the actual work over the past month.

I think I liked the old format better, where the blog was focused around discussing the work.

Mather shouldn't be censored, even though I don't agree with him.

whisk said...

getting sorta boring around here?

renaissance jones said...

holy shit, Digangi, you censored him! I prefer ignoring, but it's your mag. You fascist...