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#140 - It is worth those things. Some art is fleeting. 04/05/2014 on saddest thing 0
#98 - Young Justice is worth your time.  [+] (2 new replies) 04/04/2014 on saddest thing 0
User avatar #129 - sketchysketchist (04/05/2014) [-]
Yes, but is it worth the pain of knowing that this show will never get renewed or a real conclusion?
It's a really tiring feeling.
I've got a huge as list already and it's driving me nuts that no one in charge of this is saying something.
#140 - crickity (04/05/2014) [-]
It is worth those things. Some art is fleeting.
#15 - I respect both your mother's badassitude and your acknowledgem… 03/24/2014 on Bitch, I was talking to him! +4
#293 - Tiny bit grossed out that this happened. 03/24/2014 on Hottest Girls on FJ 0
#131 - So elect another party. Nobody else's actions excuse what the …  [+] (1 new reply) 03/20/2014 on HEY ABOTT!!!!! 0
User avatar #134 - accalia (03/21/2014) [-]
We literally have the choice of Liberals or Labor, you vote for another party and your votes by a technicality go towards whatever party they support, its a bullshit system that leaves us with criminals who try and take as much tax payer money and put it into their own pockets as possible (Labor) or with people who genuinely do try to help but majorly screw up and are basically a group of idiots (Liberal) so criminals or idiots,
#99 - It wasn't permanently ****** , it's rare that any …  [+] (3 new replies) 03/19/2014 on HEY ABOTT!!!!! +1
User avatar #129 - accalia (03/20/2014) [-]
But at the same time due to Labor government there is quite a few hard decisions that Abbot has to make, especially if we want to get a beneficial economy again, rather than one sinking further and further into debt, I agree that I do not like the coal dredging project but Labor was originally planning on doing the exact same thing, and might I mention that most of the labor front benchers are now facing criminal charges including Julia gillard who is going to be going through quite a few legal battles in the next few months
#131 - crickity (03/20/2014) [-]
So elect another party. Nobody else's actions excuse what the Liberals are doing.
User avatar #134 - accalia (03/21/2014) [-]
We literally have the choice of Liberals or Labor, you vote for another party and your votes by a technicality go towards whatever party they support, its a bullshit system that leaves us with criminals who try and take as much tax payer money and put it into their own pockets as possible (Labor) or with people who genuinely do try to help but majorly screw up and are basically a group of idiots (Liberal) so criminals or idiots,
#97 - Arguably true. Does that excuse ******* it furthe…  [+] (5 new replies) 03/19/2014 on HEY ABOTT!!!!! 0
#98 - edwardk (03/19/2014) [-]
It was already permanently fucked
I don't see why we should bother, it'll just be a money sink for something we can't do anything about
#99 - crickity (03/19/2014) [-]
It wasn't permanently fucked, it's rare that any ecosystem is.

We should bother because, aside from the incredible resource it is as a haven for biodiversity and natural beauty, between tourism and fishing it generates in excess of a billion dollars every year.
User avatar #129 - accalia (03/20/2014) [-]
But at the same time due to Labor government there is quite a few hard decisions that Abbot has to make, especially if we want to get a beneficial economy again, rather than one sinking further and further into debt, I agree that I do not like the coal dredging project but Labor was originally planning on doing the exact same thing, and might I mention that most of the labor front benchers are now facing criminal charges including Julia gillard who is going to be going through quite a few legal battles in the next few months
#131 - crickity (03/20/2014) [-]
So elect another party. Nobody else's actions excuse what the Liberals are doing.
User avatar #134 - accalia (03/21/2014) [-]
We literally have the choice of Liberals or Labor, you vote for another party and your votes by a technicality go towards whatever party they support, its a bullshit system that leaves us with criminals who try and take as much tax payer money and put it into their own pockets as possible (Labor) or with people who genuinely do try to help but majorly screw up and are basically a group of idiots (Liberal) so criminals or idiots,
#89 - Before he was elected he tried to sell one of his female candi…  [+] (7 new replies) 03/19/2014 on HEY ABOTT!!!!! +1
#95 - edwardk (03/19/2014) [-]
The reef was fucked long ago
We let that ship sail long ago
#97 - crickity (03/19/2014) [-]
Arguably true. Does that excuse fucking it further? Permanently?
#98 - edwardk (03/19/2014) [-]
It was already permanently fucked
I don't see why we should bother, it'll just be a money sink for something we can't do anything about
#99 - crickity (03/19/2014) [-]
It wasn't permanently fucked, it's rare that any ecosystem is.

We should bother because, aside from the incredible resource it is as a haven for biodiversity and natural beauty, between tourism and fishing it generates in excess of a billion dollars every year.
User avatar #129 - accalia (03/20/2014) [-]
But at the same time due to Labor government there is quite a few hard decisions that Abbot has to make, especially if we want to get a beneficial economy again, rather than one sinking further and further into debt, I agree that I do not like the coal dredging project but Labor was originally planning on doing the exact same thing, and might I mention that most of the labor front benchers are now facing criminal charges including Julia gillard who is going to be going through quite a few legal battles in the next few months
#131 - crickity (03/20/2014) [-]
So elect another party. Nobody else's actions excuse what the Liberals are doing.
User avatar #134 - accalia (03/21/2014) [-]
We literally have the choice of Liberals or Labor, you vote for another party and your votes by a technicality go towards whatever party they support, its a bullshit system that leaves us with criminals who try and take as much tax payer money and put it into their own pockets as possible (Labor) or with people who genuinely do try to help but majorly screw up and are basically a group of idiots (Liberal) so criminals or idiots,
#57 - When you're talking about opinion, type of quality preferred i… 03/17/2014 on Realistic Painting -1
#14 - Yeah, kinda, but 'merit' and 'quality' are subjective phenomen…  [+] (4 new replies) 03/17/2014 on Realistic Painting 0
#16 - lordraine (03/17/2014) [-]
No, not really. You don't get to shit in a tin can and sell it as art. You don't get to submit a blank canvas that has absolutely no paint on it and sell it as art.

That's not art, and people like you who keep arguing that things like merit and quality are subjective are the reason it can get away with being called art. The type of quality preferred is subjective. Quality is not subjective. What merits are more important and what merits are less important is subjective. Merit itself is not subject.
#57 - crickity (03/17/2014) [-]
When you're talking about opinion, type of quality preferred is quality and importance of merit is merit.

Selling it as art is another matter entirely. That's a monetary expression of what art is, and entirely irrelevant to your appreciation of it.

#39 - ainise (03/17/2014) [-]
You misunderstand what art is. Art isn't limited, by anything. Art is everywhere. Art is everything. 4 minutes and 33 seconds of no sound was played at Carnegie Hall. That was art. Liberty, Leading the People is also art. Nicki Minaj is also art. Every movie, every book, every story you've seen or thought of is also art.

Art is a way of looking at things, to me. Sure, there's plenty of art I don't like. There's plenty I do. And there's even more I'm indifferent on. Saying something like "It's not art" is like saying Rap isn't music or Video games aren't art. Art is, since the 1900s, limited only by the artist's range.

Also, most of making a piece famous is the artists interpretation or some famous person's interpretation. The simple piece alone isn't what makes the art famous; it's the meaning that has been applied to it as well. IE: 4'33"(the silent piece I spoke on earlier) wasn't actually silent. It was about the noises everyone heard in that short time. The sounds from outside, the rustling of the audience, everything that was heard was a part, as he explained. Is that art? Of course.

Cheers~
User avatar #23 - minnten (03/17/2014) [-]
Open your mind. ANYTHING can be art. I don't agree that a blue canvas with a white line qualifies, but that doesn't fucking matter does it? SOMEONE obviously did or they wouldn't have spent 44 million dollars on it.

Look at music for example. Widely considered to be a form of art. However your taste in music very much so dictates the value of a certain piece to you personally. Would you not call that subjective? I'm sure there's someone out there who thinks Brittney Spears was the greatest musician of all time. Others would beg to differ.

Hell, there was a guy who had a song on his album that consisted of nothing but absolute silence for a few minutes. He got paid to make this "song". Not my style? sure. Not art? No one person is qualified to say. Including you.

What i don't get is why people make such a big deal about a guy wasting 44 million dollars of his own money on the most simple painting in history, when they have no problem accepting that the creator of fuckin flappy bird was making 50 grand a day at the height of it's popularity. If anything, be happy for the guy who was smart enough to realize that 5 minutes of his time could make him a multi-millionaire.
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User avatar #1 - scizzor (03/11/2012) [-]
I have to add you as a friend.. Haven't seen anyone before who knew about You need to login to view this link xP


(Also, First. And first subscriber)
#2 to #1 - crickity (03/14/2012) [-]
I wish they'd kept updating that site xD
So funny,
User avatar #3 to #2 - scizzor (03/14/2012) [-]
Aye, it truely is awesome xD Think I've read the top 100.. Well.. A hundred times xD Not to mention everything else in there.
#4 to #3 - crickity (03/15/2012) [-]
Same xD
The one about the rugby player who pukes on that guy had me in stitches xD
#7 to #6 - crickity (03/21/2012) [-]
I KNOW, RIGHT?
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Worst night out for that guy.. EVER xD
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