Cultural signifiers are analyzed to determine if photographs still have meaning in the age of the image as social currency

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  1. At the end of this, all I can hear in my head is Beavis or Butthead, but probably Beavis, saying “Like if you run for President, I’d vote for you”, followed by Beavis laughing.

  2. I’d vote for JR too, but he just smashed me in the face with his powerful social currency machine. I’ll never make it to the ballot alive. My head is spinning from too much: da-da, on point, relevant, anti establishment, important, nonchalant, democracy, punk, and Walter-fucking-Benjamin talk. I hate it but I love it.

    1. Ha ha. My social currency machine is broken, and I’ve decided to withdraw my candidacy. The head spinning part is OK though. Bonus points for the Walter Benjamin mention!

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