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Title
Freak nation Freak nation :
Type
Text
Subject
Subculture--United States.
Subculture.
United States.
Counter culture--United States.
Language
English
Classification
DDC: 306/.1097 full
LCC: HM646 .S8227 2010 (Source: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2011410708
Summary
Delves into customs, mores, and motivations of the more extreme American subcultures through profiles of each.
Table Of Contents
Comic collectors
Collectible card gamers
Model railroaders
Numismatists
Stamp lovers
Trekkies
Preppies
Elves
501 Legionnaires
Cosplayers
Steampunkers
Rennies
Civil War re-enactors
Local thespians
Slam poets
Suzukis
Tattoo artists
Happening artists
B-boys
Yarn bombers
Vegans
Oenophiles
Locavores
Macrobioticists
Homebrewers
Raw food nuts
Bohemians
Nudists
Homeschoolers
Hoarders
Trustafarians
Urban homesteaders
Survivalists
Houseboaters
Bilderbergers
Dumpster divers
"Ring"-nuts
KISS army
Punk rockers
Audiophiles
Goths
Rockabillies
Grungers
Rivetheads
New romantics
Beatlemaniacs
Dance partiers
Deadheads
Phish heads
Rappers
Jan Ken Pong players
MMORPGers
Dungeon masters
Jugglers
Bodybuilders
Yoginis
Skaters
Spelunkers
Rodeoers
Thru-hikers
NASCAR fans
Marathoners
Grammaticasters
Tavern trivia players
Ghost hunters
Birders
Scrabblers
Fisch heads
Clowns
Disney cast members
Conspiracy theorists
Cryptozoologists
Tea partiers
Utopians
Libertarians
Tree huggers
ACT UP members
Conscientous objectors
Tax protesters
Furries
Swingers
Polyamorists
Sadomasochists
Cartoon porndogs
Adipophiles
Bears
Gawkers
Slummers
Shriners
Townies
Hipsters
Beauty queens
Hot rodders
MENSA members
Bennies
Greeks
HOGs
Junior Leaguers
Genealogists
Hackers
HTPCers
Early adopters.
Authorized Access Point
Stevens, Kate, 1967- Freak nation