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A community sampler. And so much more!
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This community gives you an active view of a wide assortment of great progressive communities. Fab!
IT'S A COMMUNITY EXTRAVAGANZA!...


EVERYONE is URGED to join crisis_911


NEWEST COMMUNITIES:

o_c_c_u_p_y

madison_fights
123_food_4_food
radio_relay_net
transcend_money - Secrets of the ultra-rich and ultra-poor.
wiki_truth - Is wikipedia good or evil?
tsa_nightmares - Getting raped in the name of National Security.
bedbugs_plus - Super-bedbugs?!
holiday_madness - When your last vacation went terribly south.
accidental_food - Food that creates itself.
brds_and_fishes - What's up with falling birds?
madradio - Talkative and provocative!
neo_da_da - To deserve, detect and pretend.
bedbugs_plus - Accounts of bedbugs & other travel disasters.
i_am_off_kilter - The little nook where insanity sleeps.
mom_is_a_bitch - Therapeutic and sometimes just neurotic.
green_tea_party - Too silly to be serious, too serious to be silly.



CHECK OUT THESE RECENT COMMUNITIES!...

They will be fancied up when I get a new computer and am darn well ready - PLUS did I mention we need maintainers?

Go ahead and join! Make money, have fun, get active, STOP THE SANITY! For the foreseeable future, ALL MY COMMUNITIES ALLOW COMMUNITY PROMO AND ADD-ME REQUESTS!

LEGEND:
! - just fun
$ - means you can buy, sell or trade here to some degree
x - means there is considerable snark or opinionating - buyer beware
f - a comfortable forum or social network
p - progressive scientific and/or political

p asian_carp - Asian Carp & species changes in temporate zones.
p bite_me_daily - The P-Zinger News Service.
f ! christmas_365 - Every day is Christmas; and everyone is an Elf.
! dance_factoryy - The ALL NIGHT DANCE PARTY!
p eco_altrnatives - Ecological and economic alternatives.
x ! effing_retards - Vote: MONKEYWRENCH 2012 !
f p futurehistories - Looking backwards from alternate futures.
! x girls_are_borg - Talk amongst yourselves...
! madsanity_101 - All thats left after the Apocalypse, w/half th calories.
p $ making_it_usa - Made in America. Bought in America.
f ! $ marginal_agora - A gathering place for people who feel marginalized.
$ product_report - The good, bad & dangerous of new products.
x ! soak_the_rich - Soak the rich in apple cider vinegar & chives.
p t_r_e_n_d_s - Trends and prophesies in today's society.
$ p your_trade_fair - Fair trade: Global justice, personal growth.


SOME OTHER COMMUNITIES YOU CAN JOIN:

big_times So much larger than life.
brain_bogglers A place for science, theory & exploratory dialogue.
coin_a_phrase Where you impact pop culture in a mundane way!
commie_promo Community Promo for everyone except NAZI's.
communities101 A community sampler. And so much more!
crisis_911 Emergency Services.
dont_add_me_foo What's it to ya?
economic_sanity Beyond chump change.
fascist_watch We ain't no frickin Robot Chickens!
get_class Get class; and go to class.
indie_lifestyle The fullness of independent coolness.
liberal_plus No place for asshole conservatives, liberal wimps or naive ideological marxists.
madsanity_101 All that's left after the Apocalypse, with half the calories!
move_to_amend Corporations are not people. They are fiefdoms.
ska_collectors where ska & 3'rd wave slackers & toasters trade MX
w_a_r_m_i_n_g Global warming is not a fart joke.


***! Members of these communities are currently allowed LIBERAL privileges such as promoting their own journals or communities, seeking LJ friends, and posting irrelevant nonsense!


ABOUT communities101:

communities101 is a central place where you can find a list of many different and progressive communities. More communities from other moderators, across LJ, will be added in the future - so keep checking back in. You are welcomed to join any community on the list - there's no need to join communities101!

*If you do join communities101: This site will allow you to view posts from many communities via YOUR FRIENDS PAGE - and you can choose to join or not join them later! You can view new posts from my communities and from OTHER communities - without clogging up your friends page! How cool is that?!

It also allows YOU to promo, search for, or suggest new communities by postsing HERE in communities101!

And MORE!


THE 3 WAYS YOU CAN USE communities101:

1 - "CHOOSE" any community on the list and join. Nothing else!
2 - "WATCH" if you only want to sample communities and other posts via your friends page.
3 - "JOIN" communities101 if you wish to post about communities, etc., some time in the future.


2 & 3: Be sure to Watch for communities101 posts on your FRIENDS PAGE...

When you see a post saying "communities101 SAMPLER", hit the link and view new posts by dozens of communities, which you may read and enjoy. (You may also choose to join any of those communities).


TEST: http://madman101.livejournal.com/friends/communities (madman101's communities)


NOTE: You will only be viewing PUBLIC POSTS, however, (unless you join those communities).

You are invited to promo your own communities here as well. You may also make posts asking questions, making suggestions, and so forth. This community, and all my communities, encourage creative posting for the time being - posts seeking FRIENDS, e.g., are fine. This is all about networking.

NOTE: Due to a few harrassers, all of my communities are now MODERATED MEMBERSHIP, and some have MODERATED SUBMISSIONS. This is for the benefit of all members. We do not encourage the same old irrational hatred we find in many other forums, and we don't want trolls fomenting agitation behind member's backs, seeking personal info or offering links to trojans or hacked IPs, etc. In addition, anyone who simply chooses to WATCH any of my communities will not have their LJ user name posted. Just thought you'd be happy to hear of these protections. Please try to make all your posts MEMBERS ONLY unless they offer a benefit to the public at large. Also, we strongly encourage LJ CUTS, so we don't defeat ourselves by clogging up other people's friends pages. OK - take care...


LINKS:

A PROGRESSIVE READING LIST:

The Last Man - by Mary Shelley 1826 (Fiction)
American Notes for General Circulation - by Charles Dickens 1842 (Travelogue)
Resistance to Civil Government by Henry David Thoreau 1849 (Essey)
Walden - by Henry David Thoreau 1854 (Travelogue)
Paris in the 20th Century - by Jules Verne (1863) 1994
Looking Backward - by Edward Bellamy 1888 (Fiction)
The Time Machine - by H. G. Wells 1895 (Fiction)
"The Parable of the Water-Tank" in Equality - by Edward Bellamy 1897 (Fiction)
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz - by L. Frank Baum 1900 - See also: Political interpretations of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
Jane Addams
The Jungle - by Upton Sinclair 1906 (Fiction)
The War Prayer - by Mark Twain 1917 posthumous (Story Poem)
The Profits of Religion (In the Dead Hand series) - by Upton Sinclair 1917 (Essey)
Main Street - by Sinclair Lewis 1920 (Fiction)
Poor White - by Sherwood Anderson 1920 (Fiction)
An Autobiography of My Experiments with Truth - by Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi 1925/29 (Autobiography)
Elmer Gantry - by Sinclair Lewis 1927 (Fiction)
All Quiet on the Western Front - by Erich Maria Remarque 1929 (Fiction)
Brave New World - by Aldous Huxley 1932 (Fiction) & (Island) 1962
It Can't Happen Here - by Sinclair Lewis 1935 (Fiction)
Swastika Night - by Katharine Burdekin 1937
The Grapes of Wrath - by John Steinbeck 1939 (Fiction)
Escape from Freedom - by Erich Fromm 1941 (Political/Psychology)
Animal Farm - by George Orwell 1945 (Fiction)
Ape and Essence - by Aldous Huxley 1948 (Fiction)
Nineteen Eighty-Four - by George Orwell 1949 (Fiction)
Player Piano - by Kurt Vonnegut 1952 (Fiction)
Invisible Man - by Ralph Ellison 1953 (Fiction)
Fahrenheit 451 - by Ray Bradbury 1953 (Fiction)
The Crucible - by Arthur Miller 1953 (Play)
The Art of Loving - by Erich Fromm 1956 (Psychology)
Beat Generation
A Canticle for Leibowitz - by Walter M. Miller, Jr. 1960 (Fiction)
Catch-22 - by Joseph Heller 1961 (Fiction)
Mother Night - by Kurt Vonnegut 1961 (Fiction)
A Clockwork Orange - by Anthony Burgess 1962 (Fiction)
Setting Free the Bears - by John Irving 1968 (Fiction)
A Confederacy of Dunces - by John Kennedy Toole (1968) 1980 (Fiction)
Slaughterhouse-Five; or, The Children's Crusade - by Kurt Vonnegut 1969 (Fiction)
Gravity's Rainbow - by Thomas Pynchon 1973 (Fiction)
Crash - by J. G. Ballard 1973 (Fiction)
Ecotopia (1975) and Ecotopia Emerging (1981) - by Ernest Callenbach (Fiction)
A People's History of the United States - by Howard Zinn 1980
Mockingbird - by Walter Tevis 1980 (Fiction)
The Bachman Books - by Stephen King 1985 (Fiction)
The Handmaid's Tale - by Margaret Atwood 1985
Beloved - by Toni Morrison 1987 (Fiction)
In the Country of Last Things - by Paul Auster 1987 (Fiction)
Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of the Mass Media - by Noam Chomsky 1988, 2002
Infinite Jest - by David Foster Wallace 1996
Underworld - by Don DeLillo 1997 (Fiction)
Battle Royale - by Koushun Takami 1999 (Fiction)
Fast Food Nation - by Eric Schlosser 2001
Empire Falls - by Richard Russo 2001 (Fiction)
Jennifer Government - by Max Barry 2003 (Fiction)
Voices of a People's History of the United States - by Howard Zinn 2004
The Bar Code Tattoo - by Suzanne Weyn 2004 (Fiction) & Bar Code Rebellion (2006)
The Traveler - by John Twelve Hawks 2005 (Fiction)
Failed States: The Abuse of Power and the Assault on Democracy - by Noam Chomsky 2006
The Road - by Cormac McCarthy 2006 (Fiction)
BOOKS BY THOM HARTMANN
Family of Secrets: The Bush Dynasty, the Powerful Forces That...
The Family: The Secret Fundamentalism at the Heart of American Power
Legacy of Secrecy | The Long Shadow of the JFK Assassination
Web of Debt - How Banks And The Federal Reserve Are...
Discount Nation: Is Wal-Mart Good for America?
"Going Rouge": Nation Editors Mock Palin With Book Of Their Own





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