Wolf-dens are for working. (Taken with Instagram at Little Cleveland)
• 20 August 2012 • 4 notes
Last day of work at St. Joseph Montessori School in Columbus, June or July 2011.
• 19 October 2011 • 50 notes
“We know that individuals are possessed of so little life that they have to earn a living, to sell their time in exchange for a modicum of social existence. Personal time for social existence: such is work, such is the market. From the outset, the time of the commune eludes work, it doesn’t function according to that scheme – it prefers others. Groups of Argentine piqueteros collectively extort a sort of local welfare conditioned by a few hours of work; they don’t clock their hours, they put their benefits in common and acquire clothing workshops, a bakery, putting in place the gardens that they need.”
— from The Coming Insurrection
• 15 October 2009