Wednesday, June 7, 2006

DEBATE AT LOLITA BAR: "Should the U.S. Military Intervene in Iran?"

Chris Bischof and Zahra Joudi debate the question “Should the U.S.
Military Intervene in Iran?” (with Michel “The Brain” Evanchik
moderating and Todd Seavey hosting) at the next Jinx Athenaeum,
Wednesday, June 7 at 8pm, downstairs at Lolita bar (free admission,
cash bar) on the northeast corner of Broome and Allen on Manhattan’s
Lower East Side, one block south and three west of the Delancey St.
subway stop. (Volunteers to debate specific future topics, especially
if you have a willing, serious opponent, are welcome.)

And as entertainment for those nowhere near Manhattan:

Coverage of the April anarcho-capitalist counter-protest I led:

And more coverage:

And a reminder why we fight: to stop thieving pseudo-superheroes like
these (pointed out to me by Caryn Solly):

Finally, please let me know if you’d like to be on a separate list for
monthly gatherings (at a new venue) of the Manhattan Project,
non-leftists in media.

(NOTE: The above was sent as a mass e-mail in the days prior to the debate and was posted on this blog retroactively in April 2007. Click here for other Debates at Lolita Bar.)

1 comment:

Todd Seavey said...

[...] Also at the party was Fantastic Four villain Doctor Doom, with Van de Graaff-machine-generated electrical bolts leaping from his gauntleted hands, and Spider-Man villainess the Black Cat (accompanying a Doctor Who-garbed Sanchez, complete with sonic screwdriver), all to heavily 80s-leaning music (as for me, I see I have just received an unanticipated V for Vendetta mask in the mail from fellow anarcho-capitalist and V for Vendetta fan Bretigne Shaffer Calvert, granting me subversive powers that no mere Marvel could control). [...]