the buy nothing left: back in black
Beware the black spot.
This is the mark of the people who don't approve of Bush's plan to control the world, who don't want countries "liberated" without UN backing, who can't stand anymore neo-con bravado shoved down their throats.
Yes, a black spot.
It's like 666 for politics. Quick, check her back! Ewww she's got a black spot on her, throw the holy water of the rainforest on her!
On July 4th, you will see big black spots everywhere - covering bus stop ads and billboards, in the New York Times, on MTV and most likely defacing store windows and your car.
It stains the logos and smears the nerve centers of the world's biggest corporations.
Yea, sure it does. Because Sony and Universal and GM are all going to quake in fear at the sight of a bunch of greasy-haired kids in anarchist symbol t-shirts sticking black dots on walls.
Wait. Before you clamor for your big black spots, you have to take the secret oath:
Because my country has sold its soul to corporate power, Because consumerism has become our national religion, Because we've forgotten the true meaning of freedom, And because patriotism now means agreeing with the president, I pledge to do my duty . . . and take my country back.
And you will do this by putting stickers everywhere as far as the eye can see.
So, let me get this straight. The very people who complain that the economy is tanking are the ones who don't want you to buy anything.
Logic is not their strong suit, I guess.
Beware the black dot. Don't say I didn't warn you.
[Oh, and anyone who sticks a black dot on a piece of property that I own will have said black dot crammed so far down their throat they will shit out ink blots for the next ten years]
Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm going to take my Nike-wearing children to Friday's for a dinner of corporate-owned food.