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Chase explained his reasoning for picking the dual-art Joker:

The ship is representative of a dystopian society or government, oblivious to it’s own ‘ethical’ demise. The ship sinking represents the potential loss of life when someone allows, accidentally or purposefully, sensitive information to fall into the wrong hands.

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Gag Order Kings & Queens

Hello everyone. I was debating with myself for a long time whether I would post up the thumbs without the Jacks, but I’d just like to provide some evidence that I haven’t fallen off the face of the planet with Gag Order in the works. 111 more words


Jonathan Goldstein: To bleep, or not to bleep on the radio, or just sit back and have a pastry

Wednesday. 6:30 a.m. The phone rings.

“I’m sending over roly-poly,” my mother says.

This is how her phone calls go. No hello. No how are you. 533 more words


Wiretap - Week of April 4

This week I listened to the CBC’s WireTap and the episode was entitled “Spring Fever.”

Check it out: WireTap April 4/14

Firstly, as a contemporary of Jonathan Goldstein who grew up in souther Quebec, I can relate to the crocodile polo stress. 161 more words


Wiretap Uncut Sheet + KS Cleanup

Hi everyone. I haven’t been updating this site for about a month now, and now that the Kickstarter campaign is over I’m looking to post a lot more. 209 more words


Jonathan Goldstein: My dad wasn't lying — Brooklyn had salt water taps back in the day

During a recent visit to New York City, I did something I’ve always meant to do. I got on the 6 train and, at the last stop, after everyone got off, I stayed on board. 626 more words