Artist Nan Goldin leads protests at the Guggenheim and the Met over their reputation-laundering of the Sacklers' opioid epidemic fortunes


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Originally published at: https://boingboing.net/2019/02/11/no-good-billionaires.html


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The article says oxytocin I suspect you mean oxycontin


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“In the ground, next to Pablo Escobar!” another speaker, the harm-reduction activist Robert Suarez, proposed.

Death is an ironic form of harm-reduction.


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I just don’t want anyone to forget that even celebs like Rush Limbaugh get hooked on legal meds like those produced by the Sackler family.
http://edition.cnn.com/2003/SHOWBIZ/10/10/rush.limbaugh/

(Wow, was that really sixteen years ago? Is he still using?)


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Same Sackler for which this place is named (which I figured out a week or 2 ago)


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Or next to thousands of their victims. I’m sure that instead they’ll “suffer” the same fate as Phillip Morris.


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artists are hungry in many places


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For a second I thought they were named Sackett. You do not want to mess with them.


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A few judicious deaths to save hundreds of thousands seems like pretty good harm reduction.


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