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"Freeze the Media Day" in Two Weeks! (May 9)

"Freeze the Media Day" is when people all around the country drop superglue and toothpicks into the money slots of slimy corperate media newspaper dispensers. This is a statement to figures who like to put themselves in places of power that the power still remains with the people and that we can still tear down any institutions we feel the need to because the were built over the labor on our backs. This is also a message to them that we won't tolerate the bullshit spins they put out to keep us in a constants state of fear and obediance. This is a nationwide event, and we're looking for solidarity everywhere to help spread this empowering message.
"Freeze the Media Day" is when people all around the country drop superglue and toothpicks into the money slots of slimy corperate media newspaper dispensers. This is a statement to figures who like to put themselves in places of power that the power still remains with the people and that we can still tear down any institutions we feel the need to because the were built over the labor on our backs. This is also a message to them that we won't tolerate the bullshit spins they put out to keep us in a constants state of fear and obediance. This is a nationwide event, and we're looking for solidarity everywhere to help spread this empowering message.
 
 


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Re: "Freeze the Media Day" in Two Weeks! (May 9)

This is the best thing that could happen for the republicans. When the extreme-left-wing starts destroying the property of the left-leaning media the chance the media might start telling the truth or worse yet lean to the right increases. Once that happens, the democrat/liberal party as it is today will go the of the 8 track.

Can I send anyone a list of newspaper dispensers?
 

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