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Tony Glamortramp Longshanks LeTigre (TlongshanksLT) has been known by many names by many people in many places. No need to exhaust yourself reciting them all; just “Tony” or “Longshanks” will do.

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Mr. Longshanks enrolled at the Noisebridge Hackademy of Apostolic Chaos (NHAC) in November 2011, where he studied a splendid cornucopia of subjects including (but not limited to):

Discreet polyamory, sexual gymnastics, applied abnormal psychology, anarcho-linguistics, intellectual nutrition, bibliogastronomy, televisual therapy, intermediate genderfuck studies, Intro to Feminist Fury, Problems of Youth in Asia, gothic musicology, psychedelic agriculture, guerrilla horticulture, interior reality design, time-based civic architecture, transvestual fashion design, precious petrology, heavy metallurgy, corporate malfeasance, governmental illness, theoretical conspiracy, nucleo-plutocracy, martial legislation, and kamikaze economics; with further inquiries in the areas of robo-sociology, revolutionary biology, igneous philosophy, electrobiomorphology, prescription pharmacology, recreational psychiatry, operatic megaphysics, digital virology, amphibious bestiality*, hippopotamology, carnivorous myrmecology, cryptopsychozoology, spiritual mixology, phosphorescent mycology, computer scientology and neopaleology.


  • Amphibious bestiality: The study of large semi-aquatic animals


Noisebridgers may know Tony in his editorial capacity as The Wonderful Wizard of ZiP – aka WonWiz or WWZ - a publication he co-created and launched in January 2012. ZiP: Zine in Progress is a fully autonomated, highly mutable, frequently festive, quasi-quarterly megazine of the hackerspace variety.

ZiP has a mailing list for readers and contributors, called ZiPChain, which can be accessed at https://www.noisebridge.net/mailman/listinfo/zine

Mr. Longshanks has wandered nomadically throughout the world wide web for years and established many outposts. We're pretty sure you can find them if you want.

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