NBC Bay Area had a troublesome run-in with Dustin Olson‘s bags at the opening for “Fantastic in the Sack” last Saturday:
“According to this guy who claimed to be the artist (whom I believed solely on the basis of his superior bag design), he was being f-ed with by this band of bagged men and their documentarian for what seemed to be flattery, criticism, opportunism, or a mixture of the three.
Olson asked me to try to get to the bottom of it since none of the bags would talk to him.” –Josh Keppel, NBC Bay Area Continue reading
It seems that American culture is more interested in the lives of celebrities than dealing with their own miserable lives at home . . . The economy is spiralling negatively, out of control, and professional athletes are still making millions and millions more than they did last year. It’s disgusting how the majority of Americans feed into it, pay for it, and then complain about how shitty their lives are. It really is disgusting and sad. There is no accountability and no one wants to take responsibility for their own actions. –Shawn Barber, Format Magazine Interview