June 09, 2005
the academic of the month
Of course, they are relying on the use of the "month," which relies on a insidious form of patriarchical religiosphalic heliocentric view of "time" ie "the month," which of course is both a slam against the natural cycle of wimmin AND a chance to extol the bourgeois heros of Roman Imperial ontology and Nordic myth. And don't even get me started on the "days" of the "week"---"Thor's Day"? Someone overcompensating a wee bit for their wee bit? Shouldn't it be "OppressthesufferingpeopleofthethirdworldsothatyoucanspendbillionsonViagrayou petulantdicklessWhiteManDay" instead?
How about the academic of "The Unit"?Posted by Steve at June 9, 2005 10:50 AM