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Bag’s Take-Away:Here come the OWS covers. NY Mag’s “Sucks To Be Us” cover features demoralized youth, the hyper-modern motif of the human billboard/protest sign and the play on Arab Spring with the dual Stars-and-Stripes and keffiyeh neck accessories. The twist is that the uprising means there might actually be some hope for the shoe-gazing “post-hope” generation.
A relief to see an illustration that nails what everybody’s thinking — especially when coverage of the monumental Fukushima melt down is losing out to “don’t-tell-me.”
Unless this guy finds a ladder, suggests Japan (up north) might never be whole again.
In light of the recent disasters, our hearts are focused on the vibrant and wonderful community in Japan. Your resilience is inspiring, and we hope that recovery will be swift and complete. 少しでも皆さんの力となり、一日でも早く日常の生活が取り戻せる事を願います。
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