S&L #86 Winter 2006

Some Thoughts #86

    A few years ago I started keeping a list of all the books that I read, in an attempt to simply keep track of them, as well as to find out just how many books I read in a year.  This past year I think I set my own record with 47.  This doesn’t include zines—just books. 

Ketchup #86

Punk Rock & Hip-Hop
by Sarah "Ketchup" of the Misled Youth Network
First Glance

EcoPunk #86

    Punta Cabras has been a second home to me since puberty. It’s a small, semi-circular shaped point about 13 km north of Ejido Erendira. It faces dead West, picks up every swell that will hit this part of the North Pacific and is one of the few places in the world I can truly call home.

Vegan Action #86

    What do feminism and animal welfare issues have to do with each other?  Is animal liberation connected to liberation for women?  Speciesim and sexism are similar oppressions in that they are both dictated by the gender hierarchy and male privilege in our society.  Power is measured by dominance in our society and men maintain the most power (patriarchy) by dominating those “less” than them ñ women and animals.   Women and animals are dominated though objectification and consumption by (most) men.  Animals are literally turn

Ask the Bartender, Ask the Plants, Ask Karoline #86

    I spent most of yesterday sitting on the couch trying to do some research on collard greens for this column.  I have a lot of plant, herb, gardening, cooking and preventative health books, so I figured that I would be able to unearth something without getting on the internet (which any of you could do on your own, anyway).  I didn't find as much as I thought I would.  Anyway, the reason I was looking for info to share on the aforementioned collards is because it is now the middle of January and I still have a fairly lively collard plant growing in my back y

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