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Outraged over indifference to AIDS, Act Up is rewriting the rules of protest
Posted on Sun, Jun 14, 1992
Vomit as political prop was Scott Tucker's idea. He has this wit that acts up. He's an angry man and he means business, but if you get past the megaphone, the blistering rhetoric, the stark gray crewcut, black leather jacket, silver pirate earring and combat boots, there's this impish glint in his eye - the face of a former choirboy who just dreamed up something deliciously bad.
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