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“Police say 29-year-old Khalid Naijili ripped up the check then ate it during a scuffle with guards at the Wal-Mart. Deputies have charged him with assault.”

“If some would like to turn this into class warfare, I, that’s not how I think: I think about the overall economy.”

“I’d rather critique the media, because no one does that, and I think it’s high time somebody does.”

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January  13, 2003  


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A Standing Call For Artists to Restore
The Currency of Imagination in America

 

Each day for the year 2003, a line taped and selected from non-fiction television will serve as the collective point of departure for artists of all types to comment on the dilution of truth and the disintegration of our culture.

Poets, writers, visual artists, musicians, performance artists, filmmakers, and anyone else with the desire to creatively address one or more of the 365 topics are encouraged to submit work for possible collaboration, publication, exhibition, or performance.

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