Urgent Evoke

A crash course in changing the world.

Sometimes a joke is worth ten petition drives.  It can get the message across when people aren't looking.  So I dare you, put a mission themed joke under the relevant evidence post and put and link up on this discussion and I will go take a look and give you a +1 creativity or +1 courage depending on how funny it is.

My jokes -

A friend of mine asked "Did you hear you can save the world and grow more things in you garden if you add charcoal to it?  I tried it."  "What happened?"  "It wasn't doing anything, so I added lighter fluid and a match and now my wife's tomatoes are burned."

"I am so upset.  My market won't sell me organic salt."

"Good news, that river dolphin that they had thought gone extinct.  They found it.  It's item 12 on the menu at a local five star restaurant."

Okay, I hope this makes Alchemy laugh and I hope you bring a bit of levity to saving the world.

Agent Mulkerin

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To Pan's post.. Yea, that's pretty appalling.. Just goes to show you how some folks take joy in trying to destroy beautiful things =/ Makes me very sad

Panamericana. said:
Here is a good joke: http://urgentinvoke.com
INVOKE is a ten-week propaganda game inspired by the game EVOKE.

EVOKE is a game commissioned by the World Bank, an international financial institution widely criticised for its practise of using crippling debt to impose its socially and economically destructive policies on the Third World. EVOKE challenges players to become “social innovators” and devise solutions to the world’s social and environmental problems.

As game-playing social innovators, we gladly accept this challenge. And after extensive research and development we are proud to present: INVOKE.

As our contribution to the EVOKE game process, INVOKE is a game even more brilliant and world-changing than the World Bank’s EVOKE.

Our game INVOKES the guise of progressive social activism and community organising to promote pro-capitalist ideology. Its implicit message is that the problems of the world – including hunger, poverty, environmental destruction, injustice and disease – can and must be solved within the logic of the free market system.

The objective of INVOKE is to ideologically demobilize the next generation of potential anti-capitalist activists all over the world. It targets educated layers of African youth – young people most in danger of critiquing and opposing the World Bank’s policies in their region.

After receiving their education, players will “graduate” to become “certified” in World Bank style “innovation”.

So help us socially innovate the world! Play INVOKE, or become a fan by joining our Facebook group.
Thanks for that - it made me laugh.

Kevin DiVico said:
hahaha it kinda did make me wanna save the world.
wow zack, this game is pretty pointless ten isn't it

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