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Posts published by “Joseph Bullington”

Last thoughts on the Occupy Movement

  “History is hard to know, because of all the hired bullshit...” —Hunter Thompson The headline above probably triggered an impatient sigh, mental if not literal, and brought to mind a couple questions that you probably want answered: why the hell is some dingbat writing about the Occupy Movement now?…

UPDATED: Potential strike at The Evergreen State College

UPDATE: On Tuesday, May 28, in the pre-dawn twilight of 5 am, members of the exempt staff union and their most zealous supporters gathered at Evergreen to insure that not even the earliest rising members of the management could sneak past the union’s picket line unseen. The congregation marked the…

Letter from the rebel territory of Oaxaca, Mexico

  It has been exactly five weeks since I left Montana in a tiny and loud Toyota Tercel to catch a flight out of San Francisco.  That also means I’ve been in Mexico for exactly four weeks, and the country has, for the most part, ceased to feel strange.  I’ve…

A community under attack—a community in resistance

  It’s a dark, drizzly mid-October night in Olympia, Washington—the first rainy weekend since fall quarter started at Evergreen a few weeks ago. Outside of the Northern, an all ages venue near downtown, the water is puddling up underfoot. Dozens of people in raincoats with hoods pulled up against the…

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