ATUBES: March 2017, Digest of the Anarchist Tubes

  • Posted on: 2 April 2017
  • By: thecollective

We only read for the comments edition!

Welcome to volume 3, issue #5 of ATUBES. This month we’re taking a different approach to the medium and only highlighting comments from the site over the last 31 days, along with a brief introduction for context. The website anarchistnews dot org of which these comments come, has been a source of contention for many readers over the years due to the lightly moderated anonymous comments often found there. Here is a look at some of the most readable comments from this past month.
- editor of ¯\_(ATUBES)_/¯

This month includes comments from thecollective, anonymous, Mister Grumpy, The Void Network, Chaz, fauvenoir (2x), Willow, Iron Snowflake, Ethics Gradient, the slasher, Atassa, Luke from DC, Nyarlathotep, SamFantoSamotnaf, Dick, and more from anonymous.

Our two intentions originally approaching ATUBES as all comments was 1.) to demonstrate not all comments on @news suck and can actually be quite intriguing vs. the haters at your local anarchist meetup denouncing @news and the comments there 2.) perhaps add some longevity to some of the more worthwhile comments, as a continuation of the conversation.

Let us know what you think!


Volume #3, issue #5

March 2017

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What kind of sharks are those?

They are whales.

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