DreamSnipers: "If think if you make art according to what people want you're a shoemaker," Melnyk told CBC News Saturday. "You're trying to figure out what people want and you make it for them. That's not art."Obviously museums across the world are full of 'shoemaker' efforts by craftsman like Rembrandt, Renior, and da Vinci who did portraits and accepted commissions to do work. The museums and the artists clearly lacked any perception of real art. What a waste! Instead of cobbling together such useless inartistic efforts they could have been stuffing tubes full of condiments up their butts and done something immortal.
padraig: Artists say show meant to challenge audienceChallenging the audience for the sake of challenging the audience, is the shallowest form of art.If there is nothing behind, that would make people think, then this is just sterile, and intellectual laziness.
Representative of the unwashed masses: shifter_: Eating a McChicken Sandwhich with extra sauce and a pint of Labatt Blue is pretty much a guarenteed mayo enema. You will drop 8 to 9 pounds in 10 to 25 seconds of screaming shaitty hell, leaving you cold, shaking and feeling violated on a level no human being should ever feel.What kind of idiot would drink a labatt blue?
Superjoe: Maybe he should try watching a different flavor like ketchup, mustard, relish or sauerkraut.
Gordon Bennett: It could have been worse. They could have put mayonnaise on sandwiches.I really hate mayonnaise on sandwiches.
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