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No Ethical Consumption Under Capitalism (A Drunk Ed Show)

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Caveat and Drunk Education present
No Ethical Consumption Under Capitalism

We all know that there's no such thing as ethical consumption under capitalism, but what does that mean for the rest of our lives? This Drunk Ed show will ask questions like: What are the most cost-efficient crimes? How do you choose between all of your many garbage habits? And is it ethically acceptable for vegetarians to (literally) eat the rich?

Talks by Kelli Korducki, John Leavitt, Anna Merlan, and Eve Peyser.

Doors 9:00pm, show 9:30pm
Tickets: $12


Drunk Education (the show formerly known as Drunk TED Talks and once described by NPR’s Morning Edition as “a real thing”) is pretty much exactly what it sounds like: writers/comics/artists make slideshows about stuff they’re really into, get drunk, and deliver them. Whether it’s the horniness of St. Augustine, the history of mansplaining relayed through the plot of Love, Actually, or the way teen girl organizers could have prevented the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire, Drunk Ed has you covered.