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Merry Prankster

Performance artist Vermin Supreme lives to mock the political system, sometimes by running for the office of tyrant or mayor of the United States.

By Pagan Kennedy
January 11, 2004

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Vermin Supreme, a 43-year-old activist and street-theater performer, swaggers toward Faneuil Hall to take on the Democratic groupies. Inside the building on this November night, eight presidential candidates will debate live on CNN. Vermin Supreme plans to stay outside, where the TV trucks splash spotlights onto the cobblestones. A tribe of John Kerry people wave blue signs and scream in ... (Full Article: 2061 Words)

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