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Nina's Adventures

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1. Cartoonist Nina Paley  Nina's Adventures 1995-01-13 labor 
Cartoonist(s): Nina Paley
Comic/Cartoon: Nina's Adventures
Viewable Date: 2009-08-10 Pub. Date: 1995-01-13
Image Number: 1931
Caption: This tape player doesn't work. Maybe it's like that on purpose. Why would anyone make a defective product on purpose?! Simple. Employee sabotage! See the capitalists who own the company that manufactured your tape player exploit the employees who actually do the work! They're trapped by economic necessity slaving for "the man" on degrading, meaningless production line tasks! Messing things up is one of the only ways a worker can express dissatisfaction! In a system where almost all their power and dignity is stripped away from them, sabotage can make a difference! So when you open that crappy product, when that appliance breaks as soon as you plug it in, when the goods you purchase are riddled with gaping conspicuous flaws - it means another blow has been struck for the REVOLUTION!! I still want my money back. Sure! I only work here!
     
2. Cartoonist Nina Paley  Nina's Adventures 1994-10-15 labor 
Cartoonist(s): Nina Paley
Comic/Cartoon: Nina's Adventures
Viewable Date: 2008-05-27 Pub. Date: 1994-10-15
Image Number: 1393
Caption: Ants and Universe. Anagram by Mr. Michael Morton Honolulu, Hawaii. Money is an abstract concept! See? It's just lines on paper! Symbols representing symbols representing symbols! Joe Capitalism $One Million. Money doesn’t represent real wealth (like food) anymore - just social status, which is another abstract concept. If the little lines look a certain way, I'm "rich"; if they're another way, I'm, "poor". But what difference should that make? Either way, I'm still me! And I'm supposed to work all day at some stupid slave-labor job just to make sure the lines look a certain way? HA! It's just lines on paper!! Final notice! Remit to. Eviction. Bill. Invoice. You're under arrest! Just lines on paper.....
     
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