chaonidark

Whose Side Are You On, Son?

Pogue Colonel: Marine, what is that button on your body armor?

Private Joker: A peace symbol, sir.

Pogue Colonel: Where'd you get it?

Private Joker: I don't remember, sir.

Pogue Colonel: What is that you've got written on your helmet?

Private Joker: "Born to Kill", sir.

Pogue Colonel: You write "Born to Kill" on your helmet and you wear a peace button. What's that supposed to be, some kind of sick joke?

Private Joker: No, sir.

Pogue Colonel: You'd better get your head and your ass wired together, or I will take a giant shit on you.

Private Joker: Yes, sir.

Pogue Colonel: Now answer my question or you'll be standing tall before the man.

Private Joker: I think I was trying to suggest something about the duality of man, sir.

Pogue Colonel: The what?

Private Joker: The duality of man. The Jungian thing, sir.

Pogue Colonel: Whose side are you on, son?

Private Joker: Our side, sir.

Pogue Colonel: Don't you love your country?

Private Joker: Yes, sir.

Pogue Colonel: Then how about getting with the program? Why don't you jump on the team and come on in for the big win?

Private Joker: Yes, sir.

Pogue Colonel: Son, all I've ever asked of my marines is that they obey my orders as they would the word of God. We are here to help the Vietnamese, because inside every gook there is an American trying to get out. It's a hardball world, son. We've gotta keep our heads until this peace craze blows over.

Private Joker: Aye-aye, sir.
chaonidark

Shirley and Spinoza

While its almost over tonight, archives are available for this very unique webcast, which can be heard every sunday at 8-10 PM Pacific time at ss.2inches.com. Better yet, you can listen to their shows all damn day and night long through your whatever player. The link is there. Go. Now!
chaonidark

UbuWeb | 1996-2005

Dear Friends,

UbuWeb is offline for the summer.

The UbuWeb Project -- a decade-long experiment in radical distribution of avant-garde materials -- has finished. Founded in 1996, the project has been a success beyond anyone's wildest expectations. As of Spring, 2005, it averaged over 10,000 visitors daily and hosted nearly a terabyte of artworks in all media by over 500 artists.

The site will be donated to a university shortly, where it will be archived intact for posterity. All content on the site will be available to the public, but please note that the site will no longer be updated. A URL linking to the archive will be posted on this page.

In the meantime, please listen to UbuRadio, a continuous 24-hour MP3 stream, randomly culled from UbuWeb's vast sound collection. To listen please paste the following URL into your MP3 player:

http://peacemaker.stat.wvu.edu/ubu_radio

(UbuWeb would like to thank the The Center for Literary Computing at West Virginia University for making our radio stream possible.)

Check back here in the Fall for UbuWeb's new URL.

The editors wish to thank you for supporting this experiment and, as a result, may a thousand flowers bloom in its wake.

Sincerely,
The Editors