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Skullfuckers Anonymous

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New season of Curb looking pretty, pretty good.

https://mobile.twitter.com/TrueAnonPod/status/1428101741866668033

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https://www.denverpost.com/2021/07/29/love-has-won-mother-god-amy-carlson-death/


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Carlson’s identity recently was confirmed through a DNA test, Coroner Tom Perrin said. However, he does not know when the autopsy report will be finished because he cannot find a laboratory to test her body for heavy metals.

The cult used electrolysis to break down metals into various solutions that its members sold online as health aids, he said. Authorities want to know if Carlson had been ingesting those substances.

had a fb buddy who joined up with them in colorado and even wrote some stuff for their website. he ended up leaving because there was abuse going on there. I tuned into one of their fb streams and asked them what was the deal with the moon  ??? I remember the answer sounding like the most basic bish new age chit  :)
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https://variety.com/2021/music/news/nirvana-baby-nevermind-lawsuit-1235048465/
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Spencer Elden, the man whose unusual baby portrait was used for one of the most recognizable album covers of all time, Nirvana’s “Nevermind,” filed a lawsuit Tuesday alleging that the nude image constituted child pornography.

The album cover depicts Elden underwater in a swimming pool as a then-infant with his genitalia exposed. The image has generally been understood as a statement on capitalism, as it includes the digital imposition of a dollar bill on a fishhook that the baby appears to be enthusiastically swimming toward. Non-sexualized nude photos of infants are generally not considered child pornography under law.

However, Robert Y. Lewis, Elden’s lawyer, offers an unusual interpretation of the image to argue that it crosses the line into child porn, writing that the inclusion of currency in the shot makes the baby appear “like a sex worker.”

“Defendants intentionally commercially marketed Spencer’s child pornography and leveraged the shocking nature of his image to promote themselves and their music at his expense,” reads the lawsuit, filed in the U.S. District Court’s central district of California and obtained by Variety. “Defendants used child pornography depicting Spencer as an essential element of a record promotion scheme commonly utilized in the music industry to get attention, wherein album covers posed children in a sexually provocative manner to gain notoriety, drive sales, and garner media attention, and critical reviews.”

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What a fucking idiot. Within American society, the most common excepted definition of “pornography“ is that “we will know it when we see it.“ essentially, it’s down to what the society finds acceptable. Here’s a clue: if it was sold without censorship at a Kmart, it was not pornography.