Sometimes a comment says more than you could write in an article ten times its length. Just a few lines a handful of words and there it is, just what you were trying to say in that essay/article/letter. I found one such comment in an article called "Shakespeare was a fake"
On the other side of this leaflet was the following:Actually the whole article is worth a read:
CULTURE – YECCHH! – THE ULTIMATE COMMODITY – THE ONE THAT SELLS ALL THE OTHERS…………….
Sit down! Keep quiet! Face the front!
Laugh/cry/clap at the right places only, please!
Refrain from discussing the performances or the set until the interval!Be good! And – above all – APPRECIATE!
WHILST YOU WATCH A TRAGI-COMEDY THE TRAGI-COMEDY OF YOUR LIFE PASSES YOU BY…
“Oh, he’s such a brilliant actor…”
“No, I disagree – I find him somewhat derivative, actually.”
ALL THESE DISTRACTIONS/COMPENSATIONS JUST REINFORCE YOUR PASSIVITY IN THE FACE OF THE LIVING DEATH OF MARKET RELATIONS, RELATIONS OF EXCHANGE, OF DOMINATION & SUBMISSION……………..
HIGH CULTURE/LOW CULTURE – JUST ANOTHER HIERARCHY TO KEEP YOUR OWN CREATIVE NEGATIVITY LOCKED UP IN YOUR HEAD, REDUCED TO DAY-DREAMING & NIGHTMARES……….
ART IS DEAD – BUT THE SPECTATOR IS NECROPHILIAC………
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