Monthly Archives: December 2017


Thank you, Monsanto.

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Santo Mon

A Poem by Philip Wardlow Monsanto. Yeah Mon…You know the one. Mon san to. Remember it. Founded in 1901 by a rich family full of ambition. Your grandmother’s mother washed her linens with one of their first brands and hung … Continue reading

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The Twelve Days Of Christmas W/ Special Thanks From Monsanto

A Modified Poem by GloriaS On the first day of Christmas Monsanto brought to us one scoop of Saccharin. On the second day of Christmas Monsanto brought to us a trillion trillion tons of PCBs and one scoop of Saccharin. … Continue reading

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Cesium 37

A Poem by Russell Streur Did not Shoot anyone Spill cesium Into the bay Set fire to the monk Detonate the IED Drive under the influence Or watch the tube today But Thought about it lots. Played some cards instead … Continue reading

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Elves in the forest Because Monsanto’s Death Agents are Newr

Photograph by Nhu Trang Pham

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