Before watching this, I would consider a drama on how good it is based on how addicted I was, but even if I wasn't super addicted to Answer Me 1997(maybe part of it is that I didn't watch it while it was airing so I wasn't left hanging every week), everything in the drama was full of meaning and everything just fit together perfectly. Answer me 1997 - Reply 1997 (2012) KDRAMA Set in the 1990's, the drama centers around a female high school student Shi Won, who idolizes boyband H.O.T and her 5 high school friends in Busan. As the timeline moves back and forth between their past as 18-year-old high schoolers in 1997. Aired (March 3, 2020): Nang dahil sa kaartehan at pagiging sosyal ni Kelly, isang peste lang pala ang kanyang katapat! In terms of having fleshed-out, memorable and characters, 1988 is the best one. (1994 is notable for using Korean regional dialects that defined its characters. For 1997, well, you have Sung Shi Won.:D ) In terms of pacing, 1997 was the best. 1988 episodes felt too long. 1994 is a must-watch if you want to know how the 3 Reply shows are connected. The series is inspired by the drama “Three Families Under One Roof,” which originally aired from 1986 to 1994. It is the third series of the nostalgia-themed “Reply” dramas that include “Reply 1997” (2012) and “Reply 1994” (2013), but the characters and stories are not related to the previous series.
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Answer Me! (typically rendered ANSWER Me!) was a magazine edited by Jim Goad and Debbie Goad and published between 1991 and 1994. It focused on the social pathologies of interest to the Los Angeles–based couple.
Answer Me! also featured illustrations by accused racistantisemitic cartoonistNick Bougas.
Issue 4 of Answer Me! was the subject of a high-profile obscenity trial against two booksellers whose magazine store carried the issue.
Issue No. 1
Released 31 October 1991.
Featured interviews with Russ Meyer, Timothy Leary, Holly Woodlawn, Kid Frost, Public Enemy, Iceberg Slim, and pieces on Bakersfield, California, Sunset Boulevard, masturbation in literature, and Twelve-Step programs.
Issue No. 2
Released 17 July 1992.
Featured Anton LaVey, David Duke, Al Goldstein, El Duce of The Mentors, the Geto Boys, Ray Dennis Steckler, 100 serial killers and mass murderers, Vietnamesegangs, and Mexicanmurder magazines.
Issue No. 3
Released 19 July 1993.
Featured Jack Kevorkian, Al Sharpton, NAMBLA, the Kids of Widney High, Boyd Rice, Suzanne Muldowney, 100 suicides, guns, Andrei Chikatilo, pedophilia in Steven Spielberg's work, Mexicandeformity comics, paintings and drawings by murderers, and a prank call to a suicide hotline.
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Issue No. 4
Known as 'The Rape Issue', features a teen-mag-style interview with Richard Ramirez, Donny the Punk, work by Molly Kiely, Boyd Rice, Randall Phillip, Shaun Partridge, Adam Parfrey (on Andrea Dworkin), Peter Sotos (with illustrations by Trevor Brown), pieces on amputation, the police, racistcountry & western music, and Chocolate Impulse.
The first three issues were released in a collection with autobiographical introductory pieces by Debbie and Jim. It was first published as Answer Me!: The First Three (ISBN1-873176-03-1) by AK Press.
It was reissued, along with 60 pages of new material, by Scapegoat Publishing (ISBN0-9764035-3-6) in 2006.
According to Jim Goad's website as of 2012, a collection of issues #1–4 'will be reprinted this year.'
In 1995, a complaint about of issue no. 4 being sold at a Bellingham, Washington magazine store known as The Newsstand resulted in owners Ira Stohl and Kristina Hjelsand being tried on charges of distribution of obscenity. Charged with one felony count of promoting pornography, they faced a maximum sentence of five years in jail and a $10,000 fine. The defendants were found not guilty. A later lawsuit against the City of Bellingham by Stohl and Hjelsand resulted in the City paying $1.3 million to the plaintiffs on the grounds of violation of First Amendment rights and infliction of emotional distress.
Chocolate Impulse was a 'hoaxzine' created by Jim and Debbie Goad, publishers of Answer Me!. Wanting to address the negative feedback they'd received from the zine community, the Goads wrote and distributed a pseudonymous screed against themselves (in which they claimed to be the lesbian couple 'Valerie Chocolate' and 'Faith Impulse'), going so far as to set up a fake address for it in Kentucky. The zine received some positive response from the publishers of Feminist Baseball and other zines that had negatively reviewed the Goads. In issue #4 of Answer Me!, Jim Goad revealed the prank and insulted those who had taken the bait.
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- ^Bernstein, Joseph (February 5, 2015). 'The Surprisingly Mainstream History Of The Internet's Favorite Anti-Semitic Image'. BuzzFeed News. Retrieved December 4, 2018.
So. You could stop right there and say that Nick Bougas is the most widely disseminated anti-Semitic cartoonist of all time and not be wrong.
- ^Ellis, Emma Grey (2017-06-19). 'The Alt-Right Found Its Favorite Cartoonist—and Almost Ruined His Life'. Wired. ISSN1059-1028. Retrieved 2019-05-28.
But internet anti-Semites (or at least people fishing for a reaction) started splicing Garrison's work together with the work of Nick Bougas, aka A. Wyatt Man, a director and illustrator responsible for one of the web's most enduring anti-Semitic images.
- ^Pafrey, Adam (1994). 'Fucking Andrea Dworkin'(PDF). Answer Me!. Jimgoad.net (4): 50–53.
- ^'BUY'. jimgoad.net. Retrieved 11 June 2012.
- ^'Question Put Before Court: Is Magazine Smut or Satire?'. The New York Times. 1995-11-26. Retrieved 2012-06-11.
- ^Bjorhus, Jennifer (1996-02-02). 'Not-Guilty Verdict In Bellingham Pornography Trial'. Seattle Times. Retrieved 2012-06-11.
- ^ abFoerstel, Herbert N. (1998). Banned in the Media: A Reference Guide to Censorship in the Press, Motion Pictures, Broadcasting, and the Internet. Greenwood Press. ISBN0-313-30245-6.p 16.
- ^Schaefer, David (1997-04-13). 'Whatcom 'Porn' Case Gets Vendor $1.3 Million'. Seattle Times. Retrieved 2012-06-11.
- 'A Little 'zine Called ANSWER Me! Demands a Verdict by Bob Armstrong, an article covering the obscenity trial in Bellingham, from X Magazine
- 'Zines, etc.' by Carrie McLaren, a review of ANSWER Me! in Stay Free! (#10). Letter to the editor from Jim Goad in response.
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