divendres, 17 de juny de 2016

DOS BONS EMPREGOS - BASTILHA - OFICIAL RECEBIA 20 LIBRAS POR DIA PARA A SUA ALIMENTAÇÃO UM HOMEM DE LETRAS COM SORTE 10 LIBRAS ALGUNS SAIAM COM UM PECÚLIO DE MILHARES DE LIBRAS ERAM TEMPOS DE BONS TACHOS

DÍVIDA TOTAL EM ASSIGNATS 

1.800.000.000 EM ASSIGNATS INCOBRÁVEIS

COM UM ORÇAMENTO ASSIS OU ASSAD 

É SEMPRE POSSÍVEL DAR BONS 

SALÁRIOS AO FUNCIONALISMO 


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  1. Tijuana bibles were the first underground comix. They featured original material at a time when legitimate American comic books were still reprinting material from newspaper strips. After World War II, both the quality and the popularity of the Tijuana bible declined.[1] Comics artist and historian Art Spiegelman notes that records of prosecutions against publishers and artists for making Tijuana bibles do not seem to exist; the cartoonist added, however, that on occasion authorities seized shipments and people selling Tijuana bibles. According to Spiegelman, it's not clear whether mom and pop outfits or organized crime created the small salacious booklets.[1] Old newspaper crime stories seem to indicate that most bibles were the product of a fairly small group of independent small businessmen with their own printing presses, invariably springing up again in a new location after a police raid shut them down. These businessmen manufactured a variety of pornographic products (including pornographic playing cards, gag greeting cards, and film reels) and created their own underground distribution routes around the United States. In the early days of Tijuana bibles they could be shipped in bulk around the country through commercial express offices. When access to commercial trucking was cut off in the mid-1930s the manufacturers began driving the products themselves to various points around the country, taking advantage of a loophole making it not a federal crime (at that time) to take pornography across state lines in a private vehicle.[5] Clandestine distribution centers were located in a chain of large cities on an east-west axis from New York City to Kansas City, avoiding the South and New England which were regarded as dangerous places to be arrested for pornography. Business was always done on a strictly cash basis, with generous discounts for bulk purchases to the local distributors who then resold them to retail vendors. The local distributors were not members of organized crime syndicates but seedy small businessmen in an illegal black market business. A distributor's "territory" might be a large city or an entire state.[6] The total number of Tijuana bibles printed and sold in the heyday of the bibles in the 1930s was in the millions. But the number of new Tijuana bibles being produced took a nosedive at the beginning of World War II, and the industry never recovered. Police raids and the retirement of Doc Rankin, who was called up by the military at the beginning of the war, along with wartime shortages of paper and printing supplies, may have been factors in the decline of the Tijuana bibles at this time. Printing plates of older bibles were worn down through continued reprintings until they were nearly blank, and original plates lost in police raids had to be replaced with new plates crudely recut by hamfisted, untrained amateur engravers. The quality of Tijuana bibles available on the market suffered, and prices dropped as sales plummeted.18 de juny de 2016 a les 12:09

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