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Vice Magazine - Free issue N9

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VICE MAGAZINE VOLUME 9 NUMBER 2 THE TEETERING ON THE BRINK ISSUE MARCH 2011
FREE
VOLUME 9 NUMBER 2Named from the Roman God of Fire, vulcanization
is the chemical process of converting rubber into
a more durable material. But for Vans, it’s so much
more. Vans isn’t the only vulcanized shoe, but it is
the only vulcanized shoe chosen fi rst by those who
know better since 1966.
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WeActivist CARLO MONDAVI
SHOT BY
CHERYL DUNN
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Detail from Fredrik Söderberg’s The Beginning of Magick I, 2008. Courtesy of Milliken Gallery, Stockholm.
VOLUME 9 NUMBER 2
Cover by Sean Vegezzi
ANIMALS VS. US BUD DIAMONDS
Global Woes Are Forcing Creatures Smuggling Black-Market Stones
to Rise Up Against Humans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Out of Sierra Leone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
I(TALIANS) BELIEVE, IN ANARCHY!
HOLED UP
Let’s See Europe Pogo—Goooooooo! . . . . . . . . 22 Tunnelling From Sinai to Gaza for Fun . . . . . . . 64
GLOBAL TREND REPORT
INTERVIEW WITH A KETAMINE CHEMISTThe Sexual Health and Habits of
Or to Be More Precise, an the Entire World (Almost-ish) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Arylcyclohexylamine Chemist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
THERE’S NO BIZ LIKE POZBIZ
An HIV-Positive Escort Goes Deep into ALL TIED UP IN LOVE
Berlin’s Bareback Scene. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 A Kern Valentine Special . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
LA FRONTERA
VIVE LE NOTHING!
The Poetry of the Narco Wars and
A New Parisian Music Scene Attempts to Other Mexican Peculiarities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Muster Enthusiasm for Anything at All . . . . . . . 96
THE LADY MULES OF MOROCCO
Smuggling Black-Market Everything SICK TO DEATH
Throwing Up Can Be Fun . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98Out of Spain on Mum’s Hump. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
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TRISTAN EATON, ARTIST & TOY DESIGNER
TABLE OF CONTENTS NEWERACAP.COM/FLAGBEARERS
Detail from Fredrik Söderberg’s The Anatomy of Sexuality IV—Franz von Bayros Dream, 2010. Courtesy of Milliken Gallery, Stockholm.
Masthead . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 The Learnin’ Corner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Employees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 The Cute Show Page! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102
Vice Mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Bob Odenkirk’s Page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
Vice Photos: Andrea Sonnenberg . . . . . . . . . . 26
Skinema . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
DOs & DON’Ts
Sheppard’s Video-Game Pie . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108Guest-written by Rob Delaney . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
Reviews . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110Fashion: Bros Blowin’ Shotties . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Fashion: Goude Idea . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 Johnny Ryan’s Page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
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14 VICEEMPLOYEES OF THE MONTH
LESLIE JAMISON
Leslie Jamison is a very wise and eloquent young author who grew up about 125 miles from the
Mexican border. She currently lives in Iowa City, far from any border, where she manages cookie
production at a tiny bakery and works as a “professional medical pretender”. She also told us
that she “specialises in pretending to be asthmatic and/or depressed” and frequently travels to and
sustains injuries in Central America. In this issue you will find Leslie’s account of her trip to a liter-
ary gathering in Mexico, where she mingled with poets and other writers who have been inspired
by the brutally violent drug cartels that have ravaged the country. The paperback edition of her
first novel, The Gin Closet, comes out this May and will be published in Mexico early next year.
See LA FRONTERA, page 42
ANDREA SONNENBERG
Andrea Sonnenberg, aka Teen Witch, is a 21-year-old self-taught photographer from California.
Ryan McGinley first hepped us to her, and fellow Vice photographer Sandy Kim is her best friend.
She’s obsessed with super-esoteric things like skateboarding and partying and tattoos. Sometimes
she gets topless for no reason, and she recently got the letters SVU tattooed on her because she
loves Law & Order so much. Her photos make San Francisco look like a big, pretty party full of
wild-haired weird girls, and everything looks like the funnest time. And when she’s not running
around with her crazy friends, she spends her time working at an ice-cream shop. We foresee great
things from this one.
See PHOTOS BY ANDREA SONNENBERG, page 26
SLAVA MOGUTIN
Slava is a Siberian-born artist, writer, and photographer who was granted political asylum
in the US aged 21 after being exiled from Russia for things like “malicious hooliganism” and
“extreme insolence”. Since then he’s authored multiple books, like Lost Boys and NYC Go-Go,
exhibited internationally, and been featured in public ations like the New York Times, i-D, and
Modern Painters, just to name a few. For this issue of Vice he photographed dudes blowing shot-
ties into each other’s mouths. This was a complete exercise in discipline as he had recently quit
smoking. He made it through without one single cigarette. Way to go, Slava.
See BROS BLOWIN’ SHOTTIES, page 76
Photo by Bruce LaBruce
JULIEN MOREL
In just three years, Julien, who is 25 but looks 14, has risen from writing the rap reviews for
Vice France to being the magazine’s editor as of last summer. That’s the sort of upwardly mobile
and exciting place Vice is to work. Describing himself as childish, arrogant, a boring music nerd
and permanently stressed, Julien was behind the eye-opening exposé of Paris’ new garage rock
scene, that, though old hat to Parisian musos, came as something of a shock to us up in our
ivory tower of Francophobe music journalism. Having completed the assignment, Julien imme-
diately took a few days off and thought about taking to the streets to protest about something
or other, but decided not to. Welcome to the fold, Julien.
See VIVE LE NOTHING!, page 96
RACHEL POLLOCK
Rachel is an Earth-born human who lives on a houseboat on the Nile River. After working for
various NGOs in Kenya and as a correspondent at the United Nations, she’s settled into a semi-
nomadic life freelancing her way around North Africa and the Middle East (which is hard work)
and getting banned from as many hard-line Islamic countries as possible (which is not so hard
work). At the end of November last year, she was in the middle of a tunnel between Egypt and the
Gaza Strip trying not to die. In her spare time, Rachel’s working on a novel, which she claims is
going to be a “piece of shit” but which we’ll read anyways because we think she’s just being hard
on herself. Buck up, buttercup.
See HOLED UP, page 64
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OUT WITH THE OLD
Dear former friends,
Today is my last day here at Vice. I have loved working with all of you, despite being the magazine’s lonely bi-
sexual Jewish former Riot Grrrl and Garfield enthusiast who lost her virginity to the son of a famous person
but she can’t say who and also it was bad. Despite Thomas’s Darth Vader-esque mouthbreathing, questionable
hygiene, habit of eating hot-chocolate powder with a spoon, and baffling love of the Manic Street Preachers.
Despite Rocco’s foot-tapping, rage-aholic mutterings, and that way that every time he takes a sip of hot tea, he
goes, “Tsssk-ahhhhh!” Despite how awful I feel for leaving Chris and Ellis with the aforementioned clowns.
Despite Ron not letting me keep tampons in the bathroom because he thinks “they’re gross”. Despite our office
smelling like wet socks and balls. Despite Jesse forcing me to eat a baby octopus on my birthday (it was like eat-
ing a rubber band soaked in vinegar). Despite the time that a bunch of mice had a party in my filing cabinet and
peed and pooped so much that I had to throw the whole thing out. Despite photographers constantly sending me
photos of roadkill (for the last time, dead animals do not equal art!). Despite the magazine’s seemingly endless
fixation on army dudes and guns. Despite my beloved 15-year-old cat dying (which wasn’t you guys’ fault, but
still). Despite VBS.TV’s unreasonable refusal to send me to China to hug a panda OR to Costa Rica to hug a
sloth. Despite Nick Gazin. Despite everything, I love you guys. Shine on, you crazy diamonds.
So long suckers,
AMY KELLNER, EX-MANAGING EDITOR
New York, NY
While it is extremely tempting to zing you on your way out the door, we’d like to simply sincerely state for
the record that it has been an absolute pleasure working with you the past ten years and we don’t know how
anyone could possibly ever replace you.
CRASSICAL PRAISE INDEED
EDUCATION Dear Vice,
Dear Vice, Pathetic. Why didn’t they [the protesters] storm
Where are you now? the Labour HQ? It’s those arseholes that got this
You’re all sitting there country into this mess. They don’t realise it, but
on computers doing that old, outdated cliché that Tory = posh middle/
your best to tear down upper class is what they’re actually rioting about.
people who gave the Those days are long gone, so well done everyone in-
fuzz a little hell. All you volved, you smashed a building and achieved FUCK
pricks slagging us stu- ALL. You think it’s rebellious or cool? Smash the
dents off for not being system, yeah? Fuck off and grow up. Keep back-
original, or for not un- patting them, Vice, keep listening to your fucking
derstanding the issues, your cynicism is misplaced— Crass records and when you get past the mental age
the politicians are the enemy here, not a bunch of of 20, get a job that’s not interning/blogging/styling
kids being beaten up by the police. People take more in the Hoxton/Camberwell areas of London. These
notice of us if we riot than if we don’t, and besides, people do not deserve the pathetic praise you have
it’s a lot more fucking fun. You can tell who all the shown. So to Vice, and all of those involved: YOU
old, bitter lefties are, too, because they’re the ones ARE FUCKING SCUM.
who won’t stop moaning that we’re not running ANON
down Whitehall kicking in windows with the Clash via Viceland
or Crass on permanent loop in our heads. Who cares
if the majority of this generation will grow up equat- To be honest, we were at times a little confused about
ing premeditated violence against the state with Ti- who we found more annoying: students dancing to
nie Tempah or even fucking N-Dubz for that mat- dubstep and breakdancing in sleet or the hordes of
ter? I fucking hate cops, and, in conclusion, all of moaning Daily Mail-style commentors who crept out
you who don’t are cunts. of the woodwork. All in all though, the riots were
ANON pretty fun. Here’s to the ones later on this year in
via Viceland the suburbs!
Send correspondence to ukletters@vice.com or to Vice magazine, New North Place, London, EC2A 4JA. Letters are edited for length.
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