Sunday, December 11, 2011

Art Appreciation with copyranter #11.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Art appreciation # 12

1:18 PM  
Anonymous -1-T-M- said...

Art is in the Eye of the Beholder.

Environmental activists have publicly endorsed this piece for advocating the ultimate in recycling, along with alternative medicine practitioners of urinotherapy.

Religious zealots have praised it by pointing to Proverbs 5:15:
Drink waters out of thy own cistern, and running waters out of thy own well.
- Webster's Bible Translation

Most cynics see it as a testament to 'plainness of living,' referencing Diogenes the Cynic, one of the founders of Cynic philosophy, who when seeing a child drinking from his hands threw away his cup and remarked, "A child has beaten me in plainness of living."

Cynics are so named for their indifference of their way of life, who like dogs, eat and make love in public, are shameless animals. Diogenes is said to have eaten in the marketplace, urinated on some people who insulted him, defecated in the theatre, masturbated in public, and pointed at people with his middle finger.

In my opinion, I don't see what its goal, purpose or direction is... in one word, aimless.

3:01 PM  

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