Slackers (disambiguation)

Slackers (disambiguation)

A slacker is a person who procrastinates or is lazy.

Slackers may also mean:
*"Slacker", a 1991 independent movie by Richard Linklater.
*"Slackers", a 2002 movie
*The Slackers, a Ska band.
*Slacker, electronic music producer.
*Slackers CDs and Games, an entertainment retailer.
*Slacker (music service), an online radio
*Slacker Uprising, a 2008 Michael Moore recut version of his 2008 film "Captain Mike Across America"
*A person who uses or advocates use of the Slackware distribution of the Linux operating system.

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