A few months ago, a street preacher in Columbia, Missouri ranted in front of a Bright Eyes concert, thrusting this Jack Chick pamphlet into the hands of people lined up outside the venue. Eventually, and somewhat unfortunately, "Scream" found its way to Bright Eyes singer Conor Oberst, who read it aloud while his bandmates jammed, then set it aflame and stomped on it. Anyway, these next few images reference Jack Chick pamphlets. Photoshop is probably a better way to go with that kind of thing than performance art, unless you have an incredibly forgiving fanbase.
You can realize that you’ve wasted the last few moments of youth at an occupation you hate or fool yourself into a numb compliance with one of these great excuses.
You've heard of #BlackLivesMatter and #AllLivesMatter, but the ancient voice of a mountain offers us the hardest truth of all: #NoLivesMatter. And also some opinions about immigrants.
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