The Flabby Arms

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(New page: The Flabby Arms was a perzine begun by Molly Brodak in 1995 in Rochester, Michigan. It ran for 9 issues, and its slogan "famous for nothing" echoed its sarcastic humor and defiant attitude...)
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The Flabby Arms was a perzine begun by Molly Brodak in 1995 in Rochester, Michigan. It ran for 9 issues, and its slogan "famous for nothing" echoed its sarcastic humor and defiant attitude which often ridiculed the self-centered nature of zines. Some features included a crossword puzzle made entirely of Q's, disgusting recipes for snacks, reviews of popsicles, yogurt, frozen dinners, etc., collage-comics made from 50's-era textbooks, lists of made up "facts," illustrated dreams, and other comics and stories.
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'''The Flabby Arms''' was a [[perzine]] begun by Molly Brodak in 1995 in Rochester, Michigan.  
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It ran for 9 issues, and its slogan "famous for nothing" echoed its sarcastic humor and defiant attitude which often ridiculed the self-centered nature of zines. Some features included a crossword puzzle made entirely of Q's, disgusting recipes for snacks, reviews of popsicles, yogurt, frozen dinners, etc., collage-comics made from 50's-era textbooks, lists of made up "facts," illustrated dreams, and other comics and stories.
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The Flabby Arms was a perzine begun by Molly Brodak in 1995 in Rochester, Michigan.

It ran for 9 issues, and its slogan "famous for nothing" echoed its sarcastic humor and defiant attitude which often ridiculed the self-centered nature of zines. Some features included a crossword puzzle made entirely of Q's, disgusting recipes for snacks, reviews of popsicles, yogurt, frozen dinners, etc., collage-comics made from 50's-era textbooks, lists of made up "facts," illustrated dreams, and other comics and stories.

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