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Author Archives: Danbert Nobacon
Danbert Nobacon on Chumbawamba and “Tubthumper,” war and peace, the axis of dissent, and how we can’t control responses to our art. Continue reading
Wherein Danbert Nobacon and Regina Spektor demonstrate in a jail cell that love is older than religion.
Wherein Danbert Nobacon calls out the United States government for its avarice in pretending the War on Terror is not actually a pretext for a corporate version of Endless War.
Danbert Nobacon turns fifty-one today, but still manages to prove, both scientifically and empirically, that he remains as Punk as F**K.
Wherein Danbert Nobacon revels in the notion of the elusive English Christmas Kiss.
Danbert Nobacon reports from Manhattan in 2025, where polar bears are being relocated to the South Pole, Jenna Bush is president, and a Wall of malls protects the city from the impending super-storm and refugees from New Jersey.
Smart lies, says Danbert Nobacon, are the constituent particles that make up the fog that is carefully crafted to prevent us connecting the real political dots, ensuring the continued protection of power.
An economy based on fossil fuel reaps disgusting profits for Big Oil, while fomenting war and destroying the planet. Danbert Nobacon investigates.