/ by Heather Rosen

   lifeadvicefrommachines : 

  In the 60s, students used the phrase “do not fold, spindle or mutilate” at protests at the University of California- Berkeley as part of the Free Speech Movement.  It became an ironic phrase of the antiwar Left. 
 Sources: 
 Lubar, Steven.    A Cultural History of the Punch Card  .  Journal of American Culture, 1992. 
 Isaacson, Walter.    Steve Jobs  .  Simon & Schuster, 2011. 
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lifeadvicefrommachines:

In the 60s, students used the phrase “do not fold, spindle or mutilate” at protests at the University of California- Berkeley as part of the Free Speech Movement.  It became an ironic phrase of the antiwar Left.

Sources:

Lubar, Steven.  A Cultural History of the Punch Card.  Journal of American Culture, 1992.

Isaacson, Walter.  Steve Jobs.  Simon & Schuster, 2011.

(image source)