Superlative Conspiracy No.5!

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    on Oct 30th 2012
Sometimes it feels like we have nothing to say. This despite the fact that we do things every day, all the time and all over the world, and we’re talking about good stuff. This feeling is damn strange, especially as we’re constantly active and out there. But that’s the thing: sometimes when you’re busy experiencing and creating things you’re so into it, so focused on it that you take it all for granted and don’t realize what kind of entertaining, great or terrible story it can actually turn into, one that people want to listen to. Waking up, eating, working, sleeping, playing. It actually all matters because it all happens - it’s all actions that provoke reactions and counteractivity. Welcome to our world, where we love the spirit of DIY.

In this issue of the Superlative Conspiracy Magazine, the Winter Issue, we tell you stories. And you’ll realize that all the things you read and see come from nothing but have been created by people’s free will and talent. The Man With The Iron Fists, the movie written by RZA and Eli Roth, didn’t exist until they created it. The ATL hip hop scene wouldn’t be documented in here if it wasn’t for Matt McGinley. Jooking as a dance form wouldn’t be as ex- posed and amazing if it wasn’t for Lil Buck, our newest WeActivist. The Swedish music scene would be different if Chords didn’t record and perform. If it wasn’t for Grant Brittain, skateboarding wouldn’t be what it is today. This and a whole lot more is presented to you in an easy-to-digest-format here for you to read - 128 pages of goodness and creativity.

We can’t stress how much we appreciate this: the fact that people create and share it with us in this book. Without these people we’d have a whole lot less to tell you - but tell you we will and we hope you’ll listen. Enjoy it, people. And take note and do it yourself too.

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