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Re: <nettime> crowd-funding on nettime
John Young on Mon, 27 Aug 2012 22:31:32 +0200 (CEST)

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Re: <nettime> crowd-funding on nettime

Certainly the kickback benefits should not be disdained if for no
better reason than to learn how it works and what it can produce
for hardup volunteers otherwise left to the public discourse pros
shading into acceptability kickback backscratching of superpac
kickback racketeers assuaging public interest monetizing lusts
with dangles of potential handouts for tipping arguments a certain
way, nothing ostentatious, just be reasonable and responsible,
and so forth into the superrich defense investment racketeers which
has made the US the most prolific mother and child slaughtering
arms racketeer in history and beyond into all aspects of generating
warfare honoring culture, yea, even to breeding anti-war culturists
who actually know quite a bit about backshading epistimological
racketeering to produce regular bribery above and below the
rigged gambling table. Prizes for STFU except for exceptionally
well-balance apologia for the status quo in kickbacking for
amazingly craven obsequiousness to slightest of boat rocking.

Ingenious solitications for crowd-sourced reasonable and responsible
kickbacks are the lifeblood of the privacy-anonymity-assured Internet.

At 07:21 AM 8/27/2012, you wrote:

>But we also know that they've given rise to their own forms of
>opacity: people seeding and completing their own funding efforts,
>and, no doubt, kickbacks in some cases.

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