the Culture Jammer’s Encyclopedia

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Literary Forgeries
Impostors Fake Folks
Campus Pranks
News Trolls Art Forgeries
Sniggle Theory
Guerrilla Hacks Scams & Frauds
Commerce Jamming Organized Snigglery
Sniggle the Cops Modest Proposals
Musical Spoofs
Trickster Gods Anarchæology
Performance Art
Pseudoscience Election Jam
The Great God Hoax
Miscellany Vandalism
Billboard Liberation

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On This Day in SniggleryNovember 20, 1982: In the first quarter of the Harvard/Yale football game, a black ball marked “MIT” pops out of the ground and begins to inflate to a size of about two meters in diameter before bursting in a cloud of smoke. (See Campus Pranks for more of this sort of thing)