A Funny Thing Happened On the Way To…

The counterrevolution.1
This vision.2
The future.3
Extinction 5


The Kremlin.11
The newly renovated Madison Square Garden.12

The fridge.13
The toilet.14
The orifice.15


To see the queen.17
Wolf Biermann’s world-revolution.18
Consolidating Grenada as a clone of Cuba and a base for the Soviets.19
The Conan O’Brien show in Toronto.20

The execution.21
The network computer’s funeral.22
A temporary dump.23

The meltdown.24
The moon.25

1 Packing the Court, James MacGregor Burns [source]
2 The Fast Track to Profit, Lee G. Caldwell [source]
3 New York, “I Want My 500 Channels” [source]
4 Statistical Visions in Time, Judy L. Klein [source]
5 Our Haunted Planet, John A. Keel [source]
6 Masters of Illusion, Frank S. Ravitch [source]
7 The Next Hundred Million: America in 2050, Joel Kotkin [source]
8 The New York Times, “Against Odds, Web Site Finds Niche” [source]
9 Essays on Business and Information II, Scott M. Shemwell [source]
10 From Consent to Coercion Leo Panitch and Donald Swartz [source]
11 Complete Idiot’s Guide to Nazi Germany, Robert Smith Thompson [source]
12 The New York Times, “Surprisingly, Offense Is a Knicks Weakness” [source]
13 Wealth Strategies, Todd Duncan [source]
14 The Shame of Me, Ryan Lefebvre [source]
15 The Dance of Deception, Harriet Goldhor Lerner [source]
16 Everything You Know About Sex is Wrong, Russ Kick [source]
17 Iroquois Diplomacy on the Early American Frontier, Timothy J. Shannon [source]
18 On the Barricades, and Off, Melvin J. Lasky [source]
19 The Age of Reagan, Steven F. Hayward [source]
20 Meltdown, William Krehm [source]
21 Jewish/Christian/Queer, Frederick S. Roden [source]
22 Computerworld, “A Worthy Legacy” [source]
23 Congressional Record, V. 146, Pt. 3, March 21, 2000 to April 4, 2000, Congress [source]
24 Echoes on the Hardwood, Michael Coffey [source]
25 The Rough Guide To Conspiracy Theories, James McConnachie and Robin Tudge [source]

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Elon Green writes supply-sider agitprop for ThinkProgress and Alternet. Photo by Ben Hussman, via Flickr.