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Issue 26-Lampoon-AAVVGG

Issue 26 , Lampoon

$39 CAD

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Reiterating this definition of ours, a question may perhaps arise: why devote an entire issue to the theme of force? Especially now that we have been experiencing months during which the use of force has made us feel anger and fear. The title of this issue is not about generic and varied strength – the word is muscles.

The devotion is to physical and muscular strength, the most earthly force in our human body. Muscle fibers exist even if they are not bulked up by exercises, weights and drugs, even if they are not exhibited by dictators and fanatics or screaming women. Muscles almost always function without violence. We don’t want plastic muscles, but gentle muscles – those that can hold you in a hug.