#SpiritCooking and Devil Worship: Just Another Day for Wikileaks and Trump Supporters
Great job, Wikileaks. You’re doing big important stuff. JK, LOL, no, you’re ruining all of our lives and now you’re just trolling.
Wikileaks, if you didn’t know it, is a bunch of dumpsterfuck nonsense assholes. Usually they’re being dumpsterfuck nonsense assholes in a slightly more subtle way, but today they’ve unleashed the beast. The actual Beast. Like the 666 devil one.
An email was released regarding Spirit Cooking. John Podesta was sent a forwarded email from his brother about a Spirit Cooking dinner. This is Spirit Cooking:
Spirit Cooking was the first project Jacob Samuel produced with his portable aquatint box, working with [performance artist Marina Abramović]—a performance artist with little printmaking experience—in her Amsterdam studio. The artist chose to make a cookbook,writing a series of “aphrodisiac recipes” that serve as evocative instructions for actions or thoughts. To allow the artist to create the accompanying etchings in a manner consistent with her body-oriented practice, Samuel prepared the plates with soft ground so she could scratch directly onto the surface with her fingernails and encouraged her to work with spitbite, using her own saliva with nitric acid to paint on the plate.
This is not Spirit Cooking:
But who ever said Trump supporters valued sense and logic? NOT WHEN SATAN IS AROUND. Scroll through if you want. These people are dumb fucking trash monsters and I don’t care enough to promote them any more than this but your asshole great-aunt is probably going to be upset about the damn devil lady. Trump supporters are literally why the ’80s Satanic Panic happened.
Anyway, we’re now at the literal actual witch hunt portion of the election. She probably floats. Fuck.
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