And God said, Let there be light.

Please refrain from any “suffer the children” jokes. Thanks in advance.
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  • iT  On January 30, 2008 at 12:19 am

    Okay, that’s the third or fourth time I’ve seen that thing ’round and about. Somebody please tell me its a deliberate joke, and not an oversight by the original manufacturer. Because it looks eerily authentic.

  • Clutch  On January 30, 2008 at 5:19 am

    At a first read, I thought IT had called this, um, thing “early authentic”. As if that were a recognized movement in design: Late Rococo, Mid-Art Nouveau, Early Authentic.

    But, no — that was just a misreading.

    Then I squared the shoulders and perked back up. Why should I let IT’s good idea slip away, just because he never had it? Pshaw. Because really, that’s exactly what the, um, thing is: Early Authentic. Without even knowing it, indeed without even doing it, IT has hit on a wonderful era/movement for such retarded crap, crafted in an age, in a demographic, and for a market unpolluted by the inauthenticity engendered by self-awareness, irony, information, or having a fucking clue.

    IT, your eye has not failed you. It does look Early Authentic, and I suspect it is.

  • iT  On January 30, 2008 at 5:57 am

    Haha. Seriously. It looks like something you’d find in the gift shop at Martyr’s Shrine circa 1964.

  • genghishitler  On January 30, 2008 at 7:25 am

    retarded crap, crafted in an age, in a demographic, and for a market unpolluted by the inauthenticity engendered by self-awareness, irony, information, or having a fucking clue.

    lmao. Okay, then, Early Authentic it is. Let’s do everything we can to get this term into the lexicon of design.

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