bankrupted itself by backing the revolution

April 18, 2011
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the irony of all the rich snobs
…who love the “artist” Banksy…
Viva La Suckers!!!

The_American_Revolution had been partly caused by the economic problems of two monarchies, England and France, the former of which began squeezing the Colonies in order to balance its own books, and the latter which bankrupted itself by backing the revolution. The British monarchy became a shell after centuries of internal conflicts caused in part by its constant need for new sources of revenue. The French Revolution was in turn caused more by a demand for financial accountability from a free spending monarchy, than by the grand ideas like Liberte, Egalite and Fraternite. Meanwhile America’s own earliest conflicts between individual rights and the Federal government, such as the Whiskey Rebellion, were caused by the government’s need for revenue.

With a massive rising national debt that threatens to consume the entire productive capacity of the United States, modern day America is going down the very same road as the Kings of France. And the process has been radically accelerated by the transformation of the role of government, from that of the “fence” around our rights, to the “provider” of rights, and beyond that government had also redefined rights as services. And just as it costs more to put a nanny in every home, than to hire a watchman for a single block, providing services takes government to a whole new spending level.

WE ARE FUNDING OUR OWN REVOLUTION! …which will execute us, like the French Royalty. Pompous dreamers who did not see they were agitating their own murderers. It was the French royalty who brought the court to the suburbs… where they could watch their top people… centralization that would lead to easy control. Viva that Revolution we are doomed to repeat over and over again. Call it a fight and then build the Panopticon, only to find oneself slaughtered by ones owns walls.


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Art Vampire

June 28, 2008
Noah David SimonWhen I was in school, there was this kid named Anthony that looked like the deep artist with the over serious scowl, the sideshow Bob hair and a goatee. He was charming with the ladies and threatening to anyone who doubted him. The staff liked him so much that he went on to Yale after Carnegie. I still remember his ugly abstract expressionist mud drawings that made the ladies squirm with interest. His pitch was that there were chemical reactions. Only problem with Anthony was he couldn’t draw.

I once got into a fight with him during a class. He insisted he couldn’t hear this video we were watching on Leon Golub because I was talking. I wasn’t keen on Leon’s work and any rate I was annoyed because with the price of tuition we were watching videos that I could of rented from the library. He started attacking me with a metal rod used as a pointing device. I took it away from him and started hitting him. Later I was blamed for being violent. The fingers were never pointed at him, even though he was the one who started getting physically threatening. I simply didn’t take his shit.

In another class we were given an assignment to do a corroborative drawing. I spent the week working on a painting to hand off to him. I gave him the piece I was working on and when the teacher asked what he did with it, he said he buried it and that it was the only way he could finish it. He said some day he would dig it up.

I got awful tired of his big testosterone man game. I had to listen to the feminists talk about all the flaws in the male sex, but when given exactly what they were describing… they got excited. It is awful hard to take anything people say about right and wrong when you have to face such hypocrisy.

Years later I ran into him when I was working as a salesman for the fake Yellow Pages (not a glamour job). I handed him a “Yellow” card and I could see the smugness in his face.


Art Vampire

June 28, 2008

Noah David Simon

When I was in school, there was this kid named Anthony that looked like the deep artist with the over serious scowl, the sideshow Bob hair and a goatee. He was charming with the ladies and threatening to anyone who doubted him. The staff liked him so much that he went on to Yale after Carnegie. I still remember his ugly abstract expressionist mud drawings that made the ladies squirm with interest. His pitch was that there were chemical reactions. Only problem with Anthony was he couldn’t draw.

I once got into a fight with him during a class. He insisted he couldn’t hear this video we were watching on Leon Golub because I was talking. I wasn’t keen on Leon’s work and any rate I was annoyed because with the price of tuition we were watching videos that I could of rented from the library. He started attacking me with a metal rod used as a pointing device. I took it away from him and started hitting him. Later I was blamed for being violent. The fingers were never pointed at him, even though he was the one who started getting physically threatening. I simply didn’t take his shit.

In another class we were given an assignment to do a corroborative drawing. I spent the week working on a painting to hand off to him. I gave him the piece I was working on and when the teacher asked what he did with it, he said he buried it and that it was the only way he could finish it. He said some day he would dig it up.

I got awful tired of his big testosterone man game. I had to listen to the feminists talk about all the flaws in the male sex, but when given exactly what they were describing… they got excited. It is awful hard to take anything people say about right and wrong when you have to face such hypocrisy.

Years later I ran into him when I was working as a salesman for the fake Yellow Pages (not a glamour job). I handed him a “Yellow” card and I could see the smugness in his face.


House and Doodie Magazine

June 18, 2008

Noah David Simon
New Magazine if called “House and Doodie”. I get people to pay me to have my dog make a dump on their lawn while I take photos. Please contact me if you are interested.

Related Conversation here 
http://friendfeed.com/e/dc14ac58-3cf3-11dd-83b6-003048343a40/House-and-Doodie-Magazine/


House and Doodie Magazine

June 18, 2008

Noah David Simon
New Magazine if called “House and Doodie”. I get people to pay me to have my dog make a dump on their lawn while I take photos. Please contact me if you are interested.

Related Conversation here 
http://friendfeed.com/e/dc14ac58-3cf3-11dd-83b6-003048343a40/House-and-Doodie-Magazine/