Curious about what the new year holds for you? Come to the intuitive arts fair and have a reading through the intuitive arts. Bring your pets to see the animal communicator. Wonderful fine arts available as well.Date: January 10, 2009 – Saturday
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Cove Crystals is a rock shop full of gems from pocket size to museum specimens, a gallery of drift wood and fine arts by locals, a gift shop filled with unique items, a flooring shop with magic carpets, and a meeting place for energy workers, native arts classes and more.
Cove Crystal Rock Shop Intuitive Arts Fair (360) 426-8111
Driving directions from I-5 (mileage is approximate) Take exit 104 (go 6 miles) Take Shelton exit Hwy 101 N. (go 11 miles) Take exit-only lane to Hwy 3 N. (veer right at exit, drive 1 ½ miles) (At 1st stop-light) go Right on Arcadia Rd (drive 2 miles) Turn Left at Cove Crystals sign drive to second building on Left
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The piece was published without an individual byline, but clearly argues in favor of the act of throwing rocks at events such as May Day. I quote: “Some will rightly point out that tactics need to be escalated…” “Anybody who is swayed against our cause by seeing people fight back was … never on our side in the first place.” These quotes are from an imaginary discussion with 20 imagined “anti-imperialists.” They are laid out in argument, counter-argument style in a common form of propaganda called false equivalence. The arguments are presented side by side as if they are equally valid, and the piece does not openly state that one or the other view is correct, except in its choice of the phrase “…rightly point out..” and “…our side,” as if we the readers are on the side of those who threw these rocks. The good intentions of those who threw rocks are also assumed by the author, opening the question of whether the author participated in this act.