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Current Location: New Orleans

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Real Name:
Tulsa, OK
Master of Immersive Mediated Environments. Honest. It's a program in Indiana University's Department of Telecommunications.
Distinguishing Marks:
Hornrim glasses, pierced ears, scar on back of head
Pre-Existing Conditions:
Prior Convictions:
Public indecency; conversion.
Current Job(s), Length Held:
Multimedia artist, since June 1, 1999.
Last Book Read (and opinion in 4 words or less):
Adulthood Rites - mind-blowing
Last Video Rented (and opinion in 4 words or less):
Tom Jones - rollicking
Political Orientation:
Religious Affiliation:
Musical Instrument(s):
Yeah, I wish. I own a bass guitar and a drum machine, but I can't play either one.
Favorite Music/Band(s):
According to iTunes, my most frequently played tracks are:
Bela Lugosi's Dead by Bauhaus
Without Me (dirty) by Eminem
Paper Dolls by Operation: Cliff Clavin
Take Me Higher by Mellow
Favorite Techno-Fetish-Object:
My widescreen iMac
Favorite Sport/Activity:
Does reading count?
Favorite Drug(s):
By frequency of ingestion, I would have to say alcohol and caffeine. For transcendent experiences, though, it's definitely dextromethorphan hydrobromide (DXM).
Favorite Mixed Drink(s):

B gets arrested for streaking. The arresting officer's radio was broken, so he was forced to stand on the edge of 10th Street and wait to flag down a random police cruiser. Ironically, this had the effect of exposing more innocent citizens to the shocking sight of B's naked body.

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What Were They Thinking?
"Some people might think this idea that 'property is theft' sounds a little kooky, radical, outside the mainstream. But that's really because this modern system of property ownership is all most of us have ever known. It hasn't always been this way, and it needn't always be this way. Ideas about property change. Take this guy, for example -- Jefferson Davis, the president of the Confederacy. He fought for a system where people could be property... Today that seems totally outrageous, but in his time, a lot of people thought it was just fine and dandy. So who's to say what's next? Our children's children might look back at us and our ideas about property and wonder: What were they thinking?"

Profile: Editor B
Even in the merrie month of May Editor B required a sweater — until he escaped the temperate regions and made his home in subtropical New Orleans.

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B shoots himself with the fisheye.

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