MANIFESTO is: The Catcher in the Rye, Fight Club, Trainspotting, Junky, On the Road, The Sun Also Rises, Go Ask Alice, The Bell Jar, A Clockwork Orange, Fear of Flying, Tropic of Cancer, A Confederacy of Dunces, The Stranger, The Outsiders, No More Prisons, The Trial, Bomb the Suburbs, The Journey is the Destination, Leaves of Grass, A Separate Peace, Savage Inequalities, Passages, The Road Less Traveled, The Bluest Eye, Cherry, Portrait of an Artist as a Young Man, The Great Gatsby, Journey to the End of the Night, Giovanni’s Room, Flaming Iguanas, Hunger, Crime and Punishment, The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test, War and Peace, Demian, Siddhartha, Rule of the Bone, Beneath the Wheel, Fast Food Nation, My Side of the Mountain, Man’s Search for Meaning, Things Fall Apart, The World According to Garp, The Red Balloon, The Phantom Tollbooth, Watership Down, A Wrinkle in Time, My Antonia, Thy Friend Obadiah, The Little Prince, Jonathan Livingston Seagull, Hamlet, King Lear, The Odyssey, Catch-22, Flowers for Algernon, Peace Pilgrim, The Basketball Diaries, Winesburg Ohio, Bread Givers, Into the Wild, Becoming Anna, You Can’t Win, The Lord of the Flies, The Chocolate War, Night, Wuthering Heights, The Secret Garden, Don Quixote, The Last Bongo Sunset, White Noise, The Fountainhead, Moll Flanders, Harlot’s Progress, Pilgrim’s Progress, Les Misérables, MAUS, Paul’s Case, The Sorrows of Young Werther, Ferdinand the Bull, The Giver, Steal This Book, all works by Bukowski, Vonnegut, Kafka, Noam Chomsky, Steinbeck, Dickens, John Fante, Camus, films: Kids, Drugstore Cowboy, If..., Kes, Natural Born Killers, Wings of Desire, A Thousand Clowns, Baraka, The Last Picture Show, The Razor’s Edge, The Unbearable Lightness of Being, It’s a Wonderful Life, Life is Beautiful, A Man and a Woman, Crumb, Vagabond, In the White City, La Dolce Vita, Five Easy Pieces, The 400 Blows, Clerks, Spun, Spirited Away, The Color Purple, Il Postino, Donnie Darko, Julien Donkey-Boy, The Breakfast Club, Jules et Jim, The Journey of Natty Gann, Swept Away, Heathers, You Can Count on Me, You Can’t Take It with You, Office Space, Old School, Rushmore, Permanent Vacation, Stranger than Paradise, Time Bandits, My Own Private Idaho, Empire of the Sun, Bonnie & Clyde, Edward Scissorhands, Midnight Cowboy, Pandora’s Box, Greed, American Beauty, Rhinoceros, American Buffalo, Where the Buffalo Roam, Pleasantville, Zero for Conduct, American Graffiti, thirteen, Girl Interrupted, Explorers, Swingers, The Flight of the Navigator, Harry and Tonto, Deconstructing Harry, The Student Prince in Old Heidelberg, Harold and Maude, The Goonies, Good Will Hunting, The Truman Show, Scent of a Woman, American History X, Benny & Joon, Sonny, A Beautiful Mind, Reality Bites, Mad Max, Apocalypse Now, Napoleon Dynamite, Little Miss Sunshine, American Movie, Love Story, Igby Goes Down, Being There, The Legend of 1900, Out of Africa, Sophie’s Choice, Bleu, Blanc, Rouge, Swing Kids, The Land Before Time, The Graduate, Shane, Stand By Me, Arcadia of My Youth, Man with the Movie Camera, Dogtown and Z Boys, Giant, The Never Ending Story, Citizen Kane, Platoon, The Killing Fields, Dark Days, Streetwise, Goodfellas, Hotel Rwanda, Born into Brothels, Hud, High Fidelity, Life of Brian, Brazil, Broadcast News, Newsies, Thelma and Louise, The Umbrellas of Cherbourg, Garden State, 24 Hour Party People, Ghost World, Koyaanisqatsi MANIFESTO is about: punks, delinquents, drug-culture, growing up, dreaming, jazz, insanity, not liking anything, graffiti, absurdity, delirium, hope, darkness, dropping out, farming, moving around, maladjustment, not fitting in, wanting to be good, being drunk, lost, sad, alone, cold, sick, strung-out, fed-up, misunderstood, disenfranchised, bored, alienated, scared, confused, dispossessed, hungry, tired, self-absorbed, disappointed, deranged, disgusted MANIFESTO I hated school. I hated work. I hated boredom. I had no interests. I had a happy childhood. There was school, adolescence, growing up, questions about the future. I was twenty-one. I had no dream. I dropped in and out of college. After three years I wasn’t going back. Students sat on lawns, drank coffee, held books, discussed ideas, wore expensive sandals and footwear. Professors taught classes on campus greens. Students basked in youth, in the fine times of college. I was told I’d meet my friends for life in college. Everywhere people smoked, sat on wide steps of academic buildings, enjoyed the outdoors together, like people in glossy-paged catalogues. I hated college atmosphere. I left college for the last time as impulsively as ever—free and happy—like I had a bottomless pocket of money, fully funded, like my lungs were fresh and I could still run a mile in under six minutes. Cars passed slow with the wind brushing up my hair. I listened to the dusty dirt on the bottoms of my new leather shoes. I felt slow like a fish underwater, like a soft cloud pulled along. I was content to be slow, away from the vague traps between cause and effect. Birds made noise along the roadsides, up high in the light-green pine needles. I smelled the sandy heat. When I closed my eyes I believed I had a grand future; I had no problems; the past didn’t matter. I was going to make my life an adventure. I hated being told I needed health insurance. I was sick of car insurance; tired of people that told me to go back to school, earn the degree, make something of my life. People went to college and got what they paid for. I hated the relationship, the equation, the vending machine dispensing crinkly-packaged candies and chips. I didn’t want a high-paying job. I hated jobs. I didn’t want an obvious life. 1 PAPERBACK EDITIONS AVAILABLE NOW PHONE: 413.218.6179 EMAIL: dedrabbit@yahoo.com Influences: Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, Robotech, Akira, The Chronicles of Narnia, The Prydain Chronicles, Stanley Kubrick, Larry Clark, Korn, Nirvana, Dylan, Ween, techno, eminem, Alice in Wonderland, Beat writers, fairytales, Rage Against the Machine, Nick Drake, Radiohead, Foundation, zine-culture, Christ, Buddha, zen, haiku, anarchy/socialism, veganism, drugs, Howard Zinn, The Little Match Girl, Johnny Rotten, Batman, Frankie Bones, Bush, Mozart, Bach, Beethoven, Schubert, Chopin, Brahms, Schumann, Bobby Fischer, Mahler, Dvořák, Dead Prez, Dune, No One, “Moon River”, Hergé, Pasternak, suburbia, E.T., Hunter S. Thompson, Orwell, “Amazing Grace”, Kahlil Gibran, Scott/Helen Nearing, Treasure Island, The Faint, Portishead, Rilke, Rimbaud, revolution, The Dark Crystal, The Chronicles of Amber, Little House on the Prairie, Malcolm X, Willie Wonka, The Books in My Life, Will Oldham, organic gardening, Peter Pinney, Little Women, The Cure, Slater-Kinney, Beck, Jenny Holzer, Food Not Bombs, Crimethinc, Granny D., Be Here Now, “Shenandoah”, “Mad World”, Neil Young, Svénkméjer, Mumia Abu Jamal, Cake, NOFX, Tool, Slayer, Anthrax, Sebadoah, Richard Buckner, NPR, college radio, Helmet, Metallica, The Ramones, Michael Moore, Ministry, Tom Waits, Jimmy Rogers, Insane Clown Posse, Stone Reader, Hype!, Marilyn Manson, Magnetic Fields, Filter, Violent Femmes, Flaming Lips, Offspring, Kid Rock, Blink-182, Greenday, Weezer, “Puff the Magic Dragon”, Dali, Van Gogh, Flaubert, Proust, Coltrane, Gone with the Wind, Kay Nielsen, Dead Poets Society, The Passion of Joan of Arc, prostitution, pornography, Peter Pan, Keats, L. Frank Baum, Fantasia, Mos Def, Gandhi, Machiavelli, Norman Rockwell, Beastie Boys, Run DMC, Cypress Hill, Lars von Trier, Monty Python, Richard Brautigan, Zeffirelli, Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce, Ul de Rico, Sendak, The Clown of God, The Velvet Underground, The Killers, The Decemberists, Unbunny, Emily Dickinson, Goddard, Björk, poverty, Judy Blume, Anaïs Nin, Chekhov, The Bible, John Muir, Jim Henson, Ani Difranco, Hole, Auschwitz, Decline of the West, John Waters, Wilco, L. Cohen, A.A. Milne, bagpipes, Ursula Le Guin, Clara Bow, Sound Garden, William Blake, David Lean, Bogart, David Bowie, The Princess Bride, Labyrinth, Metropolis, Allegro Non Troppo, The Last Unicorn, The Cloud of Unknowing, Iggy Pop, Bright Eyes, Huang Po, Little Lord Fauntleroy, Sri Ramakrishna, Vivekananda, Basho, Issa, Nine Inch Nails, KMFDM, Guide to Getting It On!, Maxfield Parish, John D. Rockefeller, Monet, Sinead O’Connor, James Nachtwey, Joan Baez, The Waltons, Thich Nhat Hahn, earthships, infoshops, solar power, Lao Tzu, Chuang Tzu, Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee, Invisible Children, Einstein, Oppenheimer, Stephen Hawking, Socrates, James J. Hill, Walt Disney, fractals, string-theory, John Lennon, Paul Robeson, The Five Chinese Bothers, Philip Roth, Ben-Hur, John Cage, JFK, Johnny Cash, Death of a Salesman, NASA, Dr. Seuss, Jobim, Sinatra, Pearl Jam, U2, The Nature of Things WEB: www.dedrabbit.com WRITE: PO BOX 533 Northampton, MA 01061 ATTN: ENGLISH DEPARTMENTS / CREATIVE WRITING PROGRAMS / PROFESSORS / CAFES / BOOKSTORES / DELINQUENTS / PUNKS / FED-UP BASTARDS / ARTISTS / DRUNKS / LOSERS we’re gonna BE the famous people create make your parents pay for everything give feed the starving children share care for things you don’t care about hope plagiarize yearn make several thousand copies of the first page—give to make your dreams come true love people, plaster towns, college campuses, English/Art don’t be realistic cry departments, laundromats, factories, institutions, dumps everything is possible wish sob give to your CREW pain is beautiful ENNUI IS THE ENEMY we’re all the same person need send to friends in distant cities it’s all on fire listen to the voices help life is horrible believe breathe give to homeless people despair is fuel make everything happen NOW real success=real pain dream write reviews sleep only to dream if you decide to kill yourself make sure it isn’t because you’re lonely and depressed like every give to delinquents, no-goods and punks other fucking person the sun give to college professors/editors/book-industry people/ the give the world to the world is beneath truckers/politicians/losers/gangsters/alcoholic lawyers collective the ocean is participate in all things translate into other languages; send to foreign friends in your a dead animal is a living thing your disseminate through all high schools and prisons head head real writers don’t write is a flood every Small Art Town life book the is the Earth is lonely print posters, flyers, laminated artwork revolution fire is this jail is an illusion the world give to bands on tour in is a story your invest in yourself folding books can be delivered using contact info below head invest in your world into itself place in bookstores, cafes, clubs, bars, bathrooms, performance spaces, tattoo shops, health food stores, head shops, raves, libraries, garages, travel ports send to magazines, contests, scholarships, grant givers, organizations, intentional communities, old-age homes give to your enemies; give to your employer and quit flood every city worldwide become the enemy destroy the enemy nothing destroys the soul scream into the scream people are insane relative to each other still water reflects the sky cry to sleep and pray for a dream life impends the stars at dusk reach out the last rays of the sun are orange if you don’t like the government—be the government the frozen world thaws if you don’t like the media—be the media make friends with everyone fuck shit up sell your soul now life is rich DISTRIBUTE open your head dream HUGE dreams you CAN go home again make the world beautiful give money to poor people EQUAL ACCESS TO ALL FAIRNESS TO THE SHITTY WORLD the forces against us which seem too great are not greater than our hearts which are golden and can never die EVERY FUCKER DESERVES A MILLION CHANCES CALL THE NUMBER BELOW BEFORE YOU DECIDE TO KILL YOURSELF no more 413.218.6179 bullshit EMAIL: dedrabbit@yahoo.com www.dedrabbit.com PO BOX 533 Northampton, MA 01061 PAPERBACK EDITIONS AVAILABLE NOW feel love this is the new world; make of it what you want talk to people connect the world make our mothers proud make shit happen no one cares for you trees flower in a misty world this is the experience that will change your life commit yourself USE THIS BOOK TO MAKE MONEY—GIVE THAT MONEY TO PEOPLE WHO HAVE NONE
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MANIFESTO is: The Catcher in the Rye, Fight Club, Trainspotting, Junky, On the Road, The Sun Also Rises, Go Ask Alice, The Bell Jar, A Clockwork Orange, Fear of Flying, Tropic of Cancer, A Confederacy of Dunces, The Stranger, The Outsiders, No More Prisons, The Trial, Bomb the Suburbs, The Journey is the Destination, Leaves of Grass, A Separate Peace, Savage Inequalities, Passages, The Road Less Traveled, The Bluest Eye, Cherry, Portrait of an Artist as a Young Man, The Great Gatsby, Journey to the End of the Night, Giovanni’s Room, Flaming Iguanas, Hunger, Crime and Punishment, The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test, War and Peace, Demian, Siddhartha, Rule of the Bone, Beneath the Wheel, Fast Food Nation, My Side of the Mountain, Man’s Search for Meaning, Things Fall Apart, The World According to Garp, The Red Balloon, The Phantom Tollbooth, Watership Down, A Wrinkle in Time, My Antonia, Thy Friend Obadiah, The Little Prince, Jonathan Livingston Seagull, Hamlet, King Lear, The Odyssey, Catch-22, Flowers for Algernon, Peace Pilgrim, The Basketball Diaries, Winesburg Ohio, Bread Givers, Into the Wild, Becoming Anna, You Can’t Win, The Lord of the Flies, The Chocolate War, Night, Wuthering Heights, The Secret Garden, Don Quixote, The Last Bongo Sunset, White Noise, The Fountainhead, Moll Flanders, Harlot’s Progress, Pilgrim’s Progress, Les Misérables, MAUS, Paul’s Case, The Sorrows of Young Werther, Ferdinand the Bull, The Giver, Steal This Book, all works by Bukowski, Vonnegut, Kafka, Noam Chomsky, Steinbeck, Dickens, John Fante, Camus, films: Kids, Drugstore Cowboy, If..., Kes, Natural Born Killers, Wings of Desire, A Thousand Clowns, Baraka, The Last Picture Show, The Razor’s Edge, The Unbearable Lightness of Being, It’s a Wonderful Life, Life is Beautiful, A Man and a Woman, Crumb, Vagabond, In the White City, La Dolce Vita, Five Easy Pieces, The 400 Blows, Clerks, Spun, Spirited Away, The Color Purple, Il Postino, Donnie Darko, Julien Donkey-Boy, The Breakfast Club, Jules et Jim, The Journey of Natty Gann, Swept Away, Heathers, You Can Count on Me, You Can’t Take It with You, Office Space, Old School, Rushmore, Permanent Vacation, Stranger than Paradise, Time Bandits, My Own Private Idaho, Empire of the Sun, Bonnie & Clyde, Edward Scissorhands, Midnight Cowboy, Pandora’s Box, Greed, American Beauty, Rhinoceros, American Buffalo, Where the Buffalo Roam, Pleasantville, Zero for Conduct, American Graffiti, thirteen, Girl Interrupted, Explorers, Swingers, The Flight of the Navigator, Harry and Tonto, Deconstructing Harry, The Student Prince in Old Heidelberg, Harold and Maude, The Goonies, Good Will Hunting, The Truman Show, Scent of a Woman, American History X, Benny & Joon, Sonny, A Beautiful Mind, Reality Bites, Mad Max, Apocalypse Now, Napoleon Dynamite, Little Miss Sunshine, American Movie, Love Story, Igby Goes Down, Being There, The Legend of 1900, Out of Africa, Sophie’s Choice, Bleu, Blanc, Rouge, Swing Kids, The Land Before Time, The Graduate, Shane, Stand By Me, Arcadia of My Youth, Man with the Movie Camera, Dogtown and Z Boys, Giant, The Never Ending Story, Citizen Kane, Platoon, The Killing Fields, Dark Days, Streetwise, Goodfellas, Hotel Rwanda, Born into Brothels, Hud, High Fidelity, Life of Brian, Brazil, Broadcast News, Newsies, Thelma and Louise, The Umbrellas of Cherbourg, Garden State, 24 Hour Party People, Ghost World, Koyaanisqatsi MANIFESTO is about: punks, delinquents, drug-culture, growing up, dreaming, jazz, insanity, not liking anything, graffiti, absurdity, delirium, hope, darkness, dropping out, farming, moving around, maladjustment, not fitting in, wanting to be good, being drunk, lost, sad, alone, cold, sick, strung-out, fed-up, misunderstood, disenfranchised, bored, alienated, scared, confused, dispossessed, hungry, tired, self-absorbed, disappointed, deranged, disgusted MANIFESTO I hated school. I hated work. I hated boredom. I had no interests. I had a happy childhood. There was school, adolescence, growing up, questions about the future. I was twenty-one. I had no dream. I dropped in and out of college. After three years I wasn’t going back. Students sat on lawns, drank coffee, held books, discussed ideas, wore expensive sandals and footwear. Professors taught classes on campus greens. Students basked in youth, in the fine times of college. I was told I’d meet my friends for life in college. Everywhere people smoked, sat on wide steps of academic buildings, enjoyed the outdoors together, like people in glossy-paged catalogues. I hated college atmosphere. I left college for the last time as impulsively as ever—free and happy—like I had a bottomless pocket of money, fully funded, like my lungs were fresh and I could still run a mile in under six minutes. Cars passed slow with the wind brushing up my hair. I listened to the dusty dirt on the bottoms of my new leather shoes. I felt slow like a fish underwater, like a soft cloud pulled along. I was content to be slow, away from the vague traps between cause and effect. Birds made noise along the roadsides, up high in the light-green pine needles. I smelled the sandy heat. When I closed my eyes I believed I had a grand future; I had no problems; the past didn’t matter. I was going to make my life an adventure. I hated being told I needed health insurance. I was sick of car insurance; tired of people that told me to go back to school, earn the degree, make something of my life. People went to college and got what they paid for. I hated the relationship, the equation, the vending machine dispensing crinkly-packaged candies and chips. I didn’t want a high-paying job. I hated jobs. I didn’t want an obvious life. 1 PAPERBACK EDITIONS AVAILABLE NOW PHONE: 413.218.6179 EMAIL: dedrabbit@yahoo.com Influences: Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, Robotech, Akira, The Chronicles of Narnia, The Prydain Chronicles, Stanley Kubrick, Larry Clark, Korn, Nirvana, Dylan, Ween, techno, eminem, Alice in Wonderland, Beat writers, fairytales, Rage Against the Machine, Nick Drake, Radiohead, Foundation, zine-culture, Christ, Buddha, zen, haiku, anarchy/socialism, veganism, drugs, Howard Zinn, The Little Match Girl, Johnny Rotten, Batman, Frankie Bones, Bush, Mozart, Bach, Beethoven, Schubert, Chopin, Brahms, Schumann, Bobby Fischer, Mahler, Dvořák, Dead Prez, Dune, No One, “Moon River”, Hergé, Pasternak, suburbia, E.T., Hunter S. Thompson, Orwell, “Amazing Grace”, Kahlil Gibran, Scott/Helen Nearing, Treasure Island, The Faint, Portishead, Rilke, Rimbaud, revolution, The Dark Crystal, The Chronicles of Amber, Little House on the Prairie, Malcolm X, Willie Wonka, The Books in My Life, Will Oldham, organic gardening, Peter Pinney, Little Women, The Cure, Slater-Kinney, Beck, Jenny Holzer, Food Not Bombs, Crimethinc, Granny D., Be Here Now, “Shenandoah”, “Mad World”, Neil Young, Svénkméjer, Mumia Abu Jamal, Cake, NOFX, Tool, Slayer, Anthrax, Sebadoah, Richard Buckner, NPR, college radio, Helmet, Metallica, The Ramones, Michael Moore, Ministry, Tom Waits, Jimmy Rogers, Insane Clown Posse, Stone Reader, Hype!, Marilyn Manson, Magnetic Fields, Filter, Violent Femmes, Flaming Lips, Offspring, Kid Rock, Blink-182, Greenday, Weezer, “Puff the Magic Dragon”, Dali, Van Gogh, Flaubert, Proust, Coltrane, Gone with the Wind, Kay Nielsen, Dead Poets Society, The Passion of Joan of Arc, prostitution, pornography, Peter Pan, Keats, L. Frank Baum, Fantasia, Mos Def, Gandhi, Machiavelli, Norman Rockwell, Beastie Boys, Run DMC, Cypress Hill, Lars von Trier, Monty Python, Richard Brautigan, Zeffirelli, Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce, Ul de Rico, Sendak, The Clown of God, The Velvet Underground, The Killers, The Decemberists, Unbunny, Emily Dickinson, Goddard, Björk, poverty, Judy Blume, Anaïs Nin, Chekhov, The Bible, John Muir, Jim Henson, Ani Difranco, Hole, Auschwitz, Decline of the West, John Waters, Wilco, L. Cohen, A.A. Milne, bagpipes, Ursula Le Guin, Clara Bow, Sound Garden, William Blake, David Lean, Bogart, David Bowie, The Princess Bride, Labyrinth, Metropolis, Allegro Non Troppo, The Last Unicorn, The Cloud of Unknowing, Iggy Pop, Bright Eyes, Huang Po, Little Lord Fauntleroy, Sri Ramakrishna, Vivekananda, Basho, Issa, Nine Inch Nails, KMFDM, Guide to Getting It On!, Maxfield Parish, John D. Rockefeller, Monet, Sinead O’Connor, James Nachtwey, Joan Baez, The Waltons, Thich Nhat Hahn, earthships, infoshops, solar power, Lao Tzu, Chuang Tzu, Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee, Invisible Children, Einstein, Oppenheimer, Stephen Hawking, Socrates, James J. Hill, Walt Disney, fractals, string-theory, John Lennon, Paul Robeson, The Five Chinese Bothers, Philip Roth, Ben-Hur, John Cage, JFK, Johnny Cash, Death of a Salesman, NASA, Dr. Seuss, Jobim, Sinatra, Pearl Jam, U2, The Nature of Things WEB: www.dedrabbit.com WRITE: PO BOX 533 Northampton, MA 01061 ATTN: ENGLISH DEPARTMENTS / CREATIVE WRITING PROGRAMS / PROFESSORS / CAFES / BOOKSTORES / DELINQUENTS / PUNKS / FED-UP BASTARDS / ARTISTS / DRUNKS / LOSERS we’re gonna BE the famous people create make your parents pay for everything give feed the starving children share care for things you don’t care about hope plagiarize yearn make several thousand copies of the first page—give to make your dreams come true love people, plaster towns, college campuses, English/Art don’t be realistic cry departments, laundromats, factories, institutions, dumps everything is possible wish sob give to your CREW pain is beautiful ENNUI IS THE ENEMY we’re all the same person need send to friends in distant cities it’s all on fire listen to the voices help life is horrible believe breathe give to homeless people despair is fuel make everything happen NOW real success=real pain dream write reviews sleep only to dream if you decide to kill yourself make sure it isn’t because you’re lonely and depressed like every give to delinquents, no-goods and punks other fucking person the sun give to college professors/editors/book-industry people/ the give the world to the world is beneath truckers/politicians/losers/gangsters/alcoholic lawyers collective the ocean is participate in all things translate into other languages; send to foreign friends in your a dead animal is a living thing your disseminate through all high schools and prisons head head real writers don’t write is a flood every Small Art Town life book the is the Earth is lonely print posters, flyers, laminated artwork revolution fire is this jail is an illusion the world give to bands on tour in is a story your invest in yourself folding books can be delivered using contact info below head invest in your world into itself place in bookstores, cafes, clubs, bars, bathrooms, performance spaces, tattoo shops, health food stores, head shops, raves, libraries, garages, travel ports send to magazines, contests, scholarships, grant givers, organizations, intentional communities, old-age homes give to your enemies; give to your employer and quit flood every city worldwide become the enemy destroy the enemy nothing destroys the soul scream into the scream people are insane relative to each other still water reflects the sky cry to sleep and pray for a dream life impends the stars at dusk reach out the last rays of the sun are orange if you don’t like the government—be the government the frozen world thaws if you don’t like the media—be the media make friends with everyone fuck shit up sell your soul now life is rich DISTRIBUTE open your head dream HUGE dreams you CAN go home again make the world beautiful give money to poor people EQUAL ACCESS TO ALL FAIRNESS TO THE SHITTY WORLD the forces against us which seem too great are not greater than our hearts which are golden and can never die EVERY FUCKER DESERVES A MILLION CHANCES CALL THE NUMBER BELOW BEFORE YOU DECIDE TO KILL YOURSELF no more 413.218.6179 bullshit EMAIL: dedrabbit@yahoo.com www.dedrabbit.com PO BOX 533 Northampton, MA 01061 PAPERBACK EDITIONS AVAILABLE NOW feel love this is the new world; make of it what you want talk to people connect the world make our mothers proud make shit happen no one cares for you trees flower in a misty world this is the experience that will change your life commit yourself USE THIS BOOK TO MAKE MONEY—GIVE THAT MONEY TO PEOPLE WHO HAVE NONE
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