Inspired by Mick Zano’s clarion call to fight back against an ideologically driven media, the Discord staffers rallied to the cause. In a spirit of coordination not seen since their third senior bar crawl, the Discordians held protests in six different cities on April 25th. Outraged by the media’s attempt to fragment our society, the mad bloggers took to the streets. Bald Tony walked along the Las Vegas strip with a sign that read, “Mick is Right!” Pokey McDooris and Dave Atsals, longtime critics of the media, sat outside of McNama’s Pub in central, PA with nothing but two malt-liquor forties, possibly Big Jug Xtras, and a sign that read, “Tony’s Right About Mick Being Right!” Only the sign was novel, however, as this was their usual routine. At the designated time, the Ghetto Shaman staggered out of an undisclosed local establishment and vomited. Even the Crank himself put a sign on his big red truck that said, “Fuck You!” OK, the Crank’s truck always has that sign, but on April 25th he added the exclamation point – for the cause. Not to be outdone, Pierce Winslow wandered down South Street Philadelphia yelling something about the Zamboni Gypsies and Sarah Angelfire, our latest contributor, posted compromising photos of Mick Zano on her My Space page (which might be totally unrelated).
“I think it’s time we came together,” said Zano. “In the true spirit of fragmentation.”