The problem is that representational art has become so commonplace that it’s boring (particularly to members of the art community). Also, camera technology has made realistic painting pretty much redundant. But as Agnes demonstrates in the last panel, the most important thing is that someone is willing to pay for it.
fun with artificial scarcity http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/07/02/AR2010070203990.html
even as a smoker, I love the restaurant/bar smoking ban.
Sounds good to me. Americans need accept the inevitability of death and stop acting like pansies.
Isn’t this criticizing the wrong aspect of the drone program? Things wouldn’t be any better if real-live Americans were out there doing the killing.
I feel obligated to point out that there was no actual connection between the Iraq war and Osama + 9/11
According to Steven Pinker this is by far the least violent we’ve ever been: http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=history-and-the-decline-of-human-violence
am I the only one who thinks it’s not ok when either party does it?
I have an idea: let’s start a program that transplants unwanted fetuses into Pakistani women. Then we can just hit ’em with a drone strike. win-win.