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  1. victoria2 commented on Luann 4 days ago

    The trend to “teaching” conceptual art is a cop-out unless accompanied by foundational design information and the opportunity to build skills. Yes, the need to examine oneself can be beneficial but, in the real world art market, skills are what matter because not everyone is going to be selling work in New York galleries. Artists are needed in industry, video work, advertising, movie making, fashion, entertaining via cartooning,as well as the traditional stuff people call ART.
    This instructor is doing an art therapy technique in a classroom without thinking of potential consequences to fragile students.

  2. victoria2 commented on Brevity 8 months ago

    No, it is NOT superfluous.

  3. victoria2 commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria 9 months ago

    ….. or it needs about 20 more panels.

  4. victoria2 commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria 9 months ago

    This comic has too much punctuation to have been written by Jane Austen

  5. victoria2 commented on Basic Instructions about 1 year ago

    If you live in the Southwest states you can often get REAL Coke made with REAL sugar, not High Fructose Corn Syrup. It is bottled in REAL glass comes from across the border in Mexico where they have not yet screwed up food with HFCS and GMOs. The taste of this Coke is like it used to be in the U.S. before putting Coke in cans and using a cheaper substitute for sugar.

  6. victoria2 commented on Clay Bennett about 1 year ago

    GOOD JOBS ARE CRUCIAL TO ELIMINATING POVERTY AND SELF LOATHING.The Socialist element within the Democratic Party is doing everything it can to increase government dependency. Extending benefits sounds caring but without, at the same time, improving the ability of businesses of all sizes to grow and hire workers, we will all turn into government slaves and a a tipping point the benefits will decrease.

  7. victoria2 commented on Bad Reporter over 1 year ago

    Since when is thinking homosexual behavior “racist”? Everyone is entitled, or used to be entitled, to their own opinions. I don’t watch Duck Dynasty, but did listen to the interview. I didn’t hear him say he hated anyone, only that according to the Bible, God viewed it as sin along with many other things listed as sins, and that he agreed with the Bible. That did not sound like hate speech to me. The Christians I know believe all people have sinful natures because it’s impossible to achieve the perfection of God. If people love God, they try to suppress those behaviors in themselves that they know God hates.
    Most of us want what we want though, so society does change and things warned about or prohibited in scripture become commonplace over time. But God’s character never changes. It would be a gross injustice on God’s part to condemn a person for a behavior 1000 years ago and say that behavior is OK today.
    The Bible is full of people who sinned but who were truly sorry, changed their behavior, and were assured of salvation. That does not sound like hate to me either, but a
    life preserver thrown to all.

  8. victoria2 commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria over 1 year ago

    Al Gore claimed in 2009 it would be free of ice by 2013.

  9. victoria2 commented on Chris Britt over 1 year ago

    OH PLEASE, I had a fast food job in junior college. No one lived in a box. They lived with their parents like me or had several roomies. We all had goals for doing more with our lives. Fix the economy by making companies want to do manufacturing in the USA again, so fast food work can be entry level position is truly is and a learning experience that can transfer to better and better employment. All an increase will do now is make the unemployment rate go up again and the people who get an increase will feel better off for about a month until prices ratchet up to cover it and they will be right where they were before, relatively speaking. The people who suffer in that situation are retired people on fixed incomes whose money is now worth even less.

  10. victoria2 commented on Nick Anderson over 1 year ago

    Amen to Spicy Nacho