klaimco,

joe bradley / bradley troemel –

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sincerely,
_b


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  1. -video comment
    "...by presenting the work of a

    peer physically, the dual sites

    directors are showing that they

    believe in the art being shown

    so vehemently, that they are

    willing to take a step beyond

    and put in the time and manual

    labor that all go into physical

    events..."
    This why the young presenter of

    this ideal predicates such a

    theory existing in a utopia.

    The fact is, we can exist in a

    capitalist or socialist economy

    and way of life, but within

    both ,the saying ;"time is

    money.", always rings true.

    Wether we like it or not, we do

    not live in a "utopian

    society", we live in one where

    such stringing together of

    words such as; " willing to

    take a step beyond and put in

    the time and manual labor that

    all go into physical

    events...", involves an

    investment and return on the

    time and capital involved to

    turn a profit upon the idea.
    I'd hate to make an assumption,

    but it has come to fruition

    time and time again, when these

    investments in "ideals" are

    made by a few,
    The multitude ends up covering

    the shortfall.
    -deezltn

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  2. burt,

    this is the longest comment i've ever seen.

    so did you find some points you dug in the lecture? or anti?

    talk to the gods.

    god god.

    sincerely,
    _b

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