“IF I DID SOMETHING WRONG, THERE WOULD BE CONSEQUENCES” — MARP SOMEWHAT RETURNS FOR REAL IN A LESS VILE CAPACITY

march madness

WHO DO YOU BET ON???

Because the McGill Daily has chosen to reintroduce The Milton Avenue Revolutionary Press to the ongoing campus discussion with a spot on the March Madness Bracket, the MARP has decided to return in partial archival format in order to retain the non-slanderous content which was actually genuinely investigative and interesting —

(assuming that you know how to read read, as in read readings or do a reading of a reading of a reading while reading a reading of yourself reading a reading of readings).

also!! tweet @mcgilldaily to support @miltrevpress in our ongoing battle in the first ever student-financed march madness bracket. we need the support because we’re totally going to lose to samosas in the second round 😦

If you are looking for information about the #6party at the James Administration building, visit 6partylive.tumblr.com.

LEGEND — OR — HOW TO READ MARP

When reading MARP, the most important thing is to understand that every word written here is a completely blasphemous lie, and that we at the MARP are also committed to nothing more than publishing the entire truth.

marx is qt bbe

after many attempts by student politicians to destroy art, this portrait of karl marx was completed.

Secondarily, it is important to understand how and why we use the word “fascist.” There are many sorts of ideologies that can exist in one’s head — and each one can do very good work when it comes to helping one lead a meaningful existence — but there is a form of undialectical dogmatic idealism that has been flowering in the minds of our Campus’ most pathetic and miserable Bourgeois Zealots that must be addressed with strong words.

This idealism is made evident when these piglets speak of the perfect model university — basically an austerity dream date.

Their undialectical nature is clear when there is no movement in ideas — internally or externally — which causes dogma

popular

Yes, MARP was popular ... if only for a short time. Samosas is going to destroy MARP in the second round so we may as well exploit all the buzz we can get.

While we at the MARP focus on Fascists, all the Militantly Liberal Reactionary Turncoats should think about how their political disengagement allows Fascists total control.

To let Fascists stomp around undeterred is to guarantee ourselves failure. Let us not attack each other.

The BEST tactic is SOLIDARITY!
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DISCLAIMER: This is a “satire” blog, and should not be taken to represent the views of any person or movement. It’s strictly for fun!

Report filed by: The MARP Ed Board

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4 Responses to “IF I DID SOMETHING WRONG, THERE WOULD BE CONSEQUENCES” — MARP SOMEWHAT RETURNS FOR REAL IN A LESS VILE CAPACITY

  1. Christine says:

    Ok guys take it easy… But I can assure you 100% (if you know what that means, its like 100/100 x 100) that all of the people protesting are in arts… If you are in science and you’re protesting, please just go home and start studying for your midterms. I’m not saying you guys arent going to places but lets be real, your workload is a hundred times less than ours. Just saying that we have MUCH MUCH bigger problems than this. Therefore, I conclude that the people sleeping outside are in arts. A student in science knows the effects of temperature on the body, and an engineer can tell you the heat lost by the body every extra day you decide to sleep out.

    So here’s the deal, get that ugly couch off our campus and stop disturbing our classes. How would you feel if I walk into your apartment, lock you out and stay in your room, disturbing everything? That’s not how you get your point across

    Done my first draft…I’ll leave it to you to check my grammar
    toodles

    • cz says:

      To address your misconception about comparative academic workload: Yes, Science and Engineering students have lab reports and problem sets, but the Arts workload is much more than you/they realize. In Arts, there is a significant amount of reading (sometimes as much as 100+ pages a week for just one class x 5 classes) and writing (of several 10-20 page page papers per class x 5 classes). Science and Arts have different expectations and skill sets, but they both have difficult and heavy workloads.

  2. Monty says:

    Not to defend this bullshit occupy movement but Christine your generalization of Arts students is incredibly “ignant” to say the least

  3. Gaijindesu says:

    I’d like to apologize to everyone in the faculty of arts on behalf of science students for the blatant condescension exhibited by “Christine”. In no way has the #6party occupation affected my classes or my ability to move about campus. If anything the music is kind of a nice change on my walk up the hill.

    As a scientist, Christine should know how to look for evidence before coming to a conclusion. Apparently she missed that lesson. Let’s chalk up the ridiculous attitude to midterm stress, shall we?

    Regardless of where ones allegiances regarding the occupation lie, this divisive rhetoric is unwelcome at McGill, and in the real world as well.

    Much love to all of my McGill brethren, regardless of faculty or school. ❤

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