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Attn, DC Reasonoids: Come to a Viewing Party (If You Dare!) of Reason's Scary 3D Videos & 3D Mag on Thurs, Sept. 30!

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Reason magazine and Reason.tv are coming at you in terrifying 3D! The November issue of the magazine, going out to subscribers like so many wraiths as you read, features free 3D glasses and actual 3D graphics that spell out our Fiscal House of Horrors in ways that we hope will finally drive home just how out of control federal spending, debt levels, and public-sector compensation really is.

On Thursday, September 30, Reason.tv debuts three equally scarifying videos in living (or is that dying?) 3D. And a very special health warning message from none other than former senator and recidivist presidential candidate Mike Gravel.

Subscribers to the print edition of Reason magazine will automatically receive the special issue and complimentary Reason.tv 3D glasses. If you're not a subscriber, go here now to get your special issue so you can enjoy it and the videos in their fully horror!

If you're in the DC area, come join the staff of Reason and Reason.tv at our DC HQ for a special viewing party of 3D Fiscal House of Horrors. Space is extremely limited and RSVPs are required.

What: Viewing Party for Reason's 3D Fiscal House of Horrors

Where: Reason's DC HQ, 1747 Connecticut Avenue NW (near S Street), Washington DC. Take Metro to Dupont Circle North exit, walk north two block up Conn.

When: Thursday, September 30, 6.30 to 8.30PM

RSVP: events@reason.com Space is limited and RSVPs are mandatory.

Watch a trailer for Reason.tv's 3D Fiscal House of Horrors, if you dare!

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  1. I, for one, welcome my new multi-dimensional overlords.

  2. Here is your morning kick in the teeth. God I hate these people.

    http://www.classicalvalues.com…..ng_ac.html

    1. Thanks for that, John. You asshole. God damn, MADD is possibly the worst organization outside of the ONDCP.

      1. As the President of Cousins Against Larceny, I support MADD and all other organizations dedicated to uniting familial relationships with crusading against things that are already illegal.

        1. Did anyone else notice that the head of Mothers Against Drunk Driving is a dude?

          1. The original founder left years ago.

    2. Only a stupid fucking libertoid moron his head up his ass could defend drunk driving. You are beneath my contempt.

      1. MADD is pushing to make drunk driving a felony.

        M.A.D.D. activists are now pushing to make drunk driving a felony, and to lower the blood alcohol level standard for DUI from .08 (already lowered from .10 thanks to MADD activists) down to .04.

        Keeping drunk driving from being a felony is not defending drunk driving. It is keeping crimes in perspective. Furthermore the state already has the power to take away a persons license. This is an effective and cheap deterrent.

        Putting people in jail for felony offensives is expensive and puts non-violent offenders into prison.

        Furthermore last I checked alcoholism is a disease. Putting people who need treatment in the criminal system is unethical inhuman reactionary and regressive.

      2. We could always reinstate Prohibition and make it a felony to buy, sell, manufacture and possess alcohol. That will put an end to drunk driving, for sure.

  3. OMG, Reason totally posted their physical address online! Now Pennsylvania will be able to home in on them and force them to pay state back taxes. Classic mistake.

    Speaking of homing in, I am trying to imagine the conversation around the offices at 1747 Conn Ave that ended with “let’s do a 3D Halloween version for the November issue”. They should have bumped it up a few months to get some heat off that Avatar nonsense instead.

    1. They should have bumped it up a few months to get some heat off that Avatar nonsense instead.

      It’s not that time-sensitive. As long as human beings have two eyeballs each, 3D will never die. Besides, I admire Reason for seasoning its analysis with a dash of ballyhoo.

      By the way, I’ve got a new blog that just might be better than Reflections on Playboy. (I know we’ve all been put on notice about misuse of the comment threads, but a little bit of tasteful blogwhoring shouldn’t pose a problem, should it?)

      1. Blog pimping, more or less degrading than panhandling? 😉

        1. If you’re want to hawk your blog, it should have been done threading from Suki’s post, to get some heat off that first comment ad space.

  4. Krugman isn’t going to like this:

    http://www.bloomberg.com/news/…..worse.html

    U.S. President Barack Obama and his administration weakened the country’s economy by seeking to foster growth instead of paying down the federal debt, said Nassim Nicholas Taleb, author of “The Black Swan.”

    “Obama did exactly the opposite of what should have been done,” Taleb said yesterday in Montreal in a speech as part of Canada’s Salon Speakers series. “He surrounded himself with people who exacerbated the problem. You have a person who has cancer and instead of removing the cancer, you give him tranquilizers. When you give tranquilizers to a cancer patient, they feel better but the cancer gets worse.”

  5. I am hoping the same best work from you in the future as well.

  6. OK this makes a lot of sense dude. Good stuff indeed.

    http://www.web-privacy.it.tc

  7. I don’t know if I can handle Gillespie in 3D.

  8. Will hard and soft drinks be served???!?! I must know before I RSVP!

    1. Who am I kidding. I have no life. I shall come regardless.

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