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47 entries published in 2004.

  • Right wing dicks in their boiler suits
  • Music will set you free
  • There's no sex in your violence
  • In the swamp of their bureaucracy
  • Baby, check it all out
  • We're turning again
  • Try to scream but it only comes out as a yawn
  • Down pale corridors of routine, where life falls unatoned
  • Just Like Me
  • I really want to thank you
  • Don't you miss the feeling music gave you back in the day?
  • Open like a child's mind
  • They're all hypocrites, so sing along with us
  • Not necessarily stoned, but beautiful
  • Linux -vs- Windows
  • Ain't talking 'bout Monday
  • There's one for you nineteen for me
  • Why d'you always miss the bus?
  • all the mistakes and bad judgments I made
  • How'd that asshole ever manage to get in?
  • I registered to vote, this pleasant land is free, so I took the inner city for democracy and peace
  • I'd gladly pay you Tuesday
  • With a gun they bought at Walmart discount stores
  • They got some coffee, eatin' right through the cup,E
  • See you in the funny papers
  • we got a long way 2 go
  • Baby, let's creep, I had enough of this action
  • You fall on all your plans
  • You can read it in the Sunday Papers
  • Please not the whole damn album, nobody has that much time
  • She blinded me with science
  • We're the last in line
  • A little bit of history repeating itself
  • To whomever it may concern, you must come to your senses
  • Things that make you go hmmm.
  • Learn to sleep through misery, Never gonna wake feeling free
  • Mommy always said to me
  • [silence]
  • All I know is I'm not gonna stop
  • Smile like you've got nothing to prove
  • I can hope the stormy weather - it passes on
  • What we think is chic, unique and quite adorable
  • How'd this guy get in the White House?
  • When the lie gets so big, as in Robertson's case
  • They called me chicken legs, they called me four-eyes
  • Libraries gave us power
  • Baby Love
  • There's no such thing as 'feed the world' under capitalism, or any social benefit from efficiency or technology: if you could generate a world-day of foodstuffs for 29 cents with a wonderful machine, capitalism is about seeing who gets to hoard as much money as possible from that situation, and politics is about controlling as many people as possible by exerting power over that cornucopia. The bounty won't feed anyone if you don't let them have it. If you have enough power to withhold that bounty, you can control the people you're depriving. That gives you more power, and you win.
    - Chris Johnson

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