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- noun A belief in the
superiorityof the authenticover the inauthentic.
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I first read the y-axis as ‘authenticism’. .which of course would have more accurately been ‘authenticity’ … anyways.
They are certainly revivalists, but their brand of velvety smooth psych-rock, filled with blues-heavy guitar and thundering drums, melds with a modern flair or at least an authenticism and honesty that keeps such heavily trodded ground still very fresh.
We were unimpressed with San Pedro, the views of the lake are amazing, the people are friendly enough but its too geared towards tourists and somehow along the way lost its authenticism.
As I said it was quite rickety which I think indicated authenticism, and the views and track work were quite incredible.
Since the Republican Party is the lone remaining sentry guarding our traditional family values, everyman authenticism, joe-six-pack genuinity and other assorted patriotic kitsch from the sexually depraved hordes of the slutty gay moslems that lust to desecrate our woman (adult) and other bodily fluid-type unmentionables (adult, again), we must reclaim the debate on child molestation before it's too late.
I totally read that as authenticism, but then again, I’m dyslexic.