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When the hippie era ended and the hangover began

“When the hippie era ended and the hangover began, as idealism gives way to disillusionment, the hair of the marchers and street-dancers kept getting longer, and soon it began to tangle. Free love deteriorated into loveless promiscuity, our great electric Kool-Aid acid test churned out an entire generation of burnt-out old relics, and the hair, once a symbol of freedom, became symbolic of the new face of prison, a lawlessness which taken to its logical extreme would imprison all of society as our growing criminal element took to the streets.“ – Tommy Walker, Monstrous: The Autobiography of a Serial Killer But for the Grace of God

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Craftsmanship

“The beauty of a finely worked object points to the beauty of the craftsmanship. The beauty of the craftsmanship points to the beauty of the

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Big Wiener

Please stop calling this man about his ‘big wiener.’ We regret to inform you there is no wiener mobile for sale. Revenge is a dish

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Jesus Loves Me

This beauty was thrifted in Fayetteville, Arkansas, right in the heart of the bible belt. We took it home, redrew the art to create a

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Brockway Babe

This old Brockway is solid gold, baby 😎. William N. Brockway founded the Brockway Carriage Works in Homer, New York, and incorporated the business in

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