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Reality for Men

An Adbusters visual essay. From our Production of Meaning DVD. Poem: Czeslaw Milosz Music: Mono.

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Uninspired by p...

I couldn't agree more. The way they use terms like "tactical briefing" makes me want to run the other way to go meditate in the woods. I don't understand how we can prevent the further decay of this culture by adopting war concepts.

I can't help but feel that Adbusters is a magazine made by Vancouver yuppies who have university degrees and who are deeply bored with themselves. If they moved out to a small town that still has that sense of community and they did some hands on work their entire outlook might change.

Uninspired by p...

I couldn't agree more. The way they use terms like "tactical briefing" makes me want to run the other way to go meditate in the woods. I don't understand how we can prevent the further decay of this culture by adopting war concepts.

I can't help but feel that Adbusters is a magazine made by Vancouver yuppies who have university degrees and who are deeply bored with themselves. If they moved out to a small town that still has that sense of community and they did some hands on work their entire outlook might change.

Anonymous

Thanks adbusters for making me feel depressed and an asshole on this magical day of the year.
How can you get us motivated if we're too melancholy over our looming future?

Anonymous

Thanks adbusters for making me feel depressed and an asshole on this magical day of the year.
How can you get us motivated if we're too melancholy over our looming future?

Mmegann

It's funny that you all claim to be fans of adbusters, yet think recently they've changed their tactics considering this poem was first featured in the magazine about 6 years ago. I've loved this poem since I first read it there.

Mmegann

It's funny that you all claim to be fans of adbusters, yet think recently they've changed their tactics considering this poem was first featured in the magazine about 6 years ago. I've loved this poem since I first read it there.

Anonymous

adbusters you continue to disappoint. what happened to the good old adbusters we know and love and when did this crap start to take over the real message you started with.

Ever wonder that your ideal of counter culture, in itself has become a culture of its own and therefore there is irony in the indefinite destruction of your own self is all that you have become to portray.

Anonymous

adbusters you continue to disappoint. what happened to the good old adbusters we know and love and when did this crap start to take over the real message you started with.

Ever wonder that your ideal of counter culture, in itself has become a culture of its own and therefore there is irony in the indefinite destruction of your own self is all that you have become to portray.

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