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“True Confession” by Richard F. Yates

I’m sitting at the kitchen table, dreading my eventual wage slavery later today, and listening to an old Robert Anton-Wilson lecture from the early 1990s. The voice of Anton-Wilson (not even considering the CONTENT, which is wonderful) is very calming … Continue reading

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“The Society of Indifference Revisited” by Richard F. Yates

About four and a half years ago, I wrote an essay / manifesto (“The Complex Function of Artistic Expression in a Society of Indifference,”) in which I tried to express my feelings about the fact that ART doesn’t really make … Continue reading

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“Don’t Think of It as ‘Buying Product!’ You’re ‘Contributing to the Mental Health of the World!’” by Richard F. Yates

Greetings Fellow Wage Slaves! Today’s grand plan is to give you creative, mentally balanced, happy humans (or whatever you identify as) a chance to indulge your COMMUNITY SERVICE urges! I’ve recently loaded MORE junk to Redbubble AND that experimental Crypto-Thingy … Continue reading

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“Swag Party Confidential!” by Richard F. Yates

Greetings Citizens!!! Today on The Primitive Entertainment Workshop, we’ll be talking about consumerism and art, with a heavy focus on why some creatures MAKE art, and why you should BUY art from certain beings. (This message brought to you by … Continue reading

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“Am I Ready to Enter the Crypto-Art World?” by Richard F. Yates

A few weeks ago, I was contacted by a gentleman who claims to have seen some of my artwork on Ello, and he offered to let me in on a beta-test for a new artist website that uses Ethereum block-chain … Continue reading

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