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Published: 2007/06/25

My Bonnaroo Day: Kyle Hollingsworth

Each day down at Bonnaroo we ran a regular feature that offered photos and captions from musicians and staffers to offer a glimpse of the festival from their perspective Here is a look at String Cheese Incident keyboardist Kyle Hollingsworth’s Bonnaroo Day

Dental hygiene matters

On the slow path to Manchester

Ramping up for the Relix cover

Stripped down and naked on the Sonic Stage

Trying to work a free beer

No caption needed

It’s been fun

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Dolt April 22, 2012, 04:21:39

Thanks for explaining.Not sure if you know, what you derscibed is called [with minor deviations] Jamahiriya. So called direct democracy, employed by Libyans after revolution in 1970s. This arguably is more effective than many other accepted systems.You are right, the current system we have in Armenia is not working. It never worked and will never work, whoever is the president.Therefore I strongly believe that one should start with changing what we currently have by not demanding extra elections and swapping one greedy dictator with another self-super-confident douchebag.a0But one should start with being socially active, having an opinion and airing it. Criticizing what’s bad, praising what’s good. Offering solutions. Evaluating options, etc..a0Today’s government and opposition is as rotten as cheese you recently bought from Moskvichka. There is no political movement that can lead masses today. Therefore masses should lead.But that will take another 50 years of self-exploration, knowledge generation, failures and disappointments. And we can accelerate the process by only doing what I derscibed above.

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