Dude. Did you do these? They're awesome.
You know that Babbitt decries, early and often, the idea of "one note one vote."
Matthew, please tell me I can buy those at Cafe Press.
Thanks, Matt. I forwarded the Beckett one to a couple of people (I once played Willie in 'Happy Days' at the BCA.) I know Babbitt would be pleased being a pop icon -- he and I once spent a half-hour talking about Rita Hayworth movies. But ....dude, where's the microtonal contingent? (And don't tell me the vote was split.)
Sator: Made 'em myself. Play around with fonts for half an hour, and you realize how overpaid most campaign graphic designers must be.Rodney: Is Babbitt against "one note, one vote," or for mandatory, enforced voting for every note that has the franchise? (Being from Chicago, I myself am largely agnostic on this point.)Lisa: I'm just too lazy to get a CafePress store set up, but click on each one, and you'll get a full-size version to print out.Robert: I had a Johnston-Sims ticket on the drawing board, but I couldn't come up with a slogan beyond "Divide and Conquer," which I thought was kind of lame. Anybody has a better idea, I'll whip up a sticker.
"Harry Partch: 43 votes per person!"
Absolutely against one note one vote.He's for hierarchy.
La Monte Young For President.FOREVER.
m o r t o n f e l d m a n f o r p r e s i PLEASE INSERT NEXT CD
"Tanned. Rested. Ready."If you're gonna steal from the Good Doctor, at least acknowledge the source. And Lenny Bernstein? Please.
This just made my day. Whew. Thank you!
m-j: Who exactly is this "Good Doctor" you refer to? "Tanned, rested, and ready" originated with Richard Nixon's 1968 comeback. Bernstein, by the way, figured on at least one version of Nixon's infamous "enemies list"; my sense of humor may be mostly random, but it's not completely random.
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