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Dec 11 2006

Just in time for Festivus

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Looking for an outfit to wear to the annual Airing of Grievances? Amanda is now hawking patriarchy-smashin-cute-kittenwear.

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  1. katelynsack.com/visiopoetics

    Dear Santa:

    Please bring me a “Smash the Patriarchy” cute kitten shirt for Christmas.

    If you comply, I will consider refraining from representing the elves in their class action suit against you. (But I am still referring them to the ACLU.)

    Yours,
    HWA Vengeance, Esq.

  2. katelynsack.com/visiopoetics

    Oops, so sorry. Wrong Festivus.

    http://www.radlesfes.org/

  3. Dear Santa:
    Please bring me Twisty for christmas. Or… at least a book by her.
    Or a taco that she has prepared.
    Sincerely,
    Roozdawg

  4. cheeseandmonkeys.blogspot.com

    Aaaaaw, that kitten is so cute it makes me want to puke. (All over das patriarchy, hee hee!)

  5. Twisty, do you read the comic xkcd.com? You might like this one/.

  6. That is one cool logo.

  7. That reminds me — I bought a gift certificate to [Local Taco Joint] for my darling, and now I have to remember where I put it. Thanks, roozen!

    Maybe I should go get tacos for lunch. I’ve already got kittens.

  8. Octopod, that rocked. Thanks for sharing!

    Also: Kitten-With-A-Pickaxe would be an awesome name for a punk band. Just saying.

  9. faultline.org/place/toad

    Kittens for lunch?! Wow, even I’m not that bitter.

    Oh.

    Nev-er mind.

    Kitten tacos, though. Hmm.

  10. Oh no it wouldn’t Cannibal-femme. You *know* how they be dressed.

  11. Hello! I’m a former lurker, but I’m ready to join in the blaming. :-)

    cocoschomco’s post reminded me of a line that I almost just wrote in a term paper, but thought better of:

    “Reading Butler and Gates and rereading Marx and Foucault has fanned the flames of my nausea at the white patriarchy.”

    I burn with nausea!

  12. Pony: point granted. I admit I was thinking about blood-spattered roomy fauxfurry suits with nifty hidden weaponry pockets, but that’s because I spend too much time wallowing in my own brain.

    P.S.: I haven’t mentioned how much I appreciate the way you share your rage, but I truly do.

  13. thenextfewhours.com/blog

    I love the kitten, but I think she’s using the wrong tool–should not she be weilding a sledgehammer instead of a pickaxe? The pickaxe certainly has more a connotation of finesse in smashery. Perhaps she’s prising the patriarchy apart stone by stone. I suppose “Prise the Patriarchy!” is not such a good slogan.

  14. I love the kitten, but I think she’s using the wrong tool–should not she be weilding a sledgehammer instead of a pickaxe? The pickaxe certainly has more a connotation of finesse in smashery. Perhaps she’s prising the patriarchy apart stone by stone. I suppose “Prise the Patriarchy!” is not such a good slogan.

    Also, kittens don’t have thumbs.

  15. thenextfewhours.com/blog

    Ha! Perhaps there’s a need for thumbless work-gloves for tool-weilding kittens . . .

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