Violent Clowns, Oversized Babies and Other Nonconformists Just Like You
Released: Aug. 28, 2008.
James Howard Kunstler addresses the proliferation of tattoos on the American main street. He thinks the fierce looking tattoos on young Americas are actually a sign of how deeply insecure we are as a nation. They’re also a form of “non-conformist-just-like-you” consumerism. Jim also takes on the hip hop costuming that has invaded the mainstream and has made young men look like oversized babies and violent clowns.
Paperback – 320 pages 6 Inches × 6 Inches (w × h) Weight: 261 Grams Publisher: New Society Publishers ISBN: 9780865716933 Pub. Date: 2011-11-15
The KunstlerCast book, by Duncan Crary, will be available through US and Canadian booksellers in late November. However, you can purchase copies of the book now, through this website. Orders will be processed within one business day. Delivery will take 2-8 business days. In the future other purchase options (Amazon, Money Order) will be offered.