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Annoy.com Exhibition: Mickey Mouse

It was the sickest of times,
it was the worst of times,
it was the age of tabloidism,
it was the age of foolishness,
it was the epoch of misinformation,
it was the epoch of incredulity,
it was the season of Disgust,
it was the season of Darkness,
it was the fall of integrity,
it was the winter of despair,
we had nothing behind us,
we had nothing before us,
we were all going direct to Hell,
we were all going indirect the same way--in short,
the period was so far like the present period,
that some of its noisiest authorities insist on its being received,
for tragedy or for tears,
in the desperate degree of emphasis only.

Mickey Mouse. 2001 Type C Print. 36" x 48"


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Mickey Mouse
Homo Disease?
Fuck Homophobia
Damn Right
Rainbow Trap
Jesus Loves You
Hey Mickey…

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To Believe or Not To Believe

Kill the Christians (with a disclaimer)

Moral Responsibility in Institutional Actions


The ERLC's [Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission] 2001 annual report calls for Disney to cease its promotion of "Gay Days" at its theme parks; halt the publication of pro-homosexual books; refrain from advocating the "radical homosexual agenda" through its broadcast venues; and "establish an advisory committee of Southern Baptists and other evangelicals" to provide Disney "advice and counsel" on their entertainment projects.
Southern Baptist Convention Press Release, "SBC to Disney: Cease Gay Days for the boycott to be lifted," Jun 14, 2001

Dogma, mocks everything we hold sacred - God, the Church, the Mass and Mary's virginity. It condones what we condemn - murder, obscenity, violence, profanity, drugs, drunkenness and rebellion!
A flier released by The American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property, which joined the Catholic League and others at a protest of the movie Dogma, both properties of the Walt Disney Company

We're praying for Michael Eisner and Disney and Miramax so that they stop ridiculing Christians and Catholics in the world
Bev Santini of Garden City, New York, one of hundreds of protestors to Fox News at a Monday protest of the movie Dogma. The prior weekend demonstrations by The American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property, which joined the Catholic League, were against the Brooklyn Museum exhibit Sensation, which opened that Saturday.

In his annual letter to shareholders, Walt Disney Chairman Michael Eisner said he "always will defend the right" of the company to make entertainment that some might find offensive. He also pledged to fight attempts by groups like the Southern Baptist Convention to change the content of Disney products
Associated Press, 1998


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