Hollow Daze

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'''Hollow Daze''' is a [[zine]] by  [[Anthony Rayson]] from Nonee, Illinois.
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'''Hollow Daze''' is a [[chapbook]] by the [[zinester]] [[Anthony Rayson]] from Nonee, Illinois.
 
It's an essay about his left wing philosophy concerning the United States holidays. He's steamed and articulate: "We start with New Year's Day. This is an excuse to get stinking drunk the night before, chase after someone else's wife, then mope through countless college football bowl games (with more booze,) pretend to be pleasant to relatives and eat dead animals.  
It's an essay about his left wing philosophy concerning the United States holidays. He's steamed and articulate: "We start with New Year's Day. This is an excuse to get stinking drunk the night before, chase after someone else's wife, then mope through countless college football bowl games (with more booze,) pretend to be pleasant to relatives and eat dead animals.  
It's not the most poignant of occasions. Skip it."  He then continues his comments on the rest of the main holidays celebrated throughout the year.
It's not the most poignant of occasions. Skip it."  He then continues his comments on the rest of the main holidays celebrated throughout the year.
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Hollow Daze is a zine by Anthony Rayson from Nonee, Illinois.

It's an essay about his left wing philosophy concerning the United States holidays. He's steamed and articulate: "We start with New Year's Day. This is an excuse to get stinking drunk the night before, chase after someone else's wife, then mope through countless college football bowl games (with more booze,) pretend to be pleasant to relatives and eat dead animals. It's not the most poignant of occasions. Skip it." He then continues his comments on the rest of the main holidays celebrated throughout the year.

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