From: David M (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Nov 02 2005 - 19:13:28 GMT
Well Warhol muddled this thing deliberately and we get lots
of adverts in films and other places. What I would like to
see would be that we do not work for money on non-productive activities,
leaving us with lots of quality time to work on things we love for nought.
So much of current economy has no real value, number counters, advertisers,
models, etc, etc. The point of it is mainly to sustain inequality against
interest. That should set Platt off.
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From: "Erin" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, November 02, 2005 3:29 AM
Subject: RE: MD Any help
> This didn't show up so I am going to rewrite it..sorry
> if it comes up twice.
> DM said: If your products and services have enough
> quality you don't need to advertise. I would rather
> see art on the walls than adverts, how is that for
> This reminds me of the conversation about quality not
> being in the painting or the observer.....
> So what if a Campbell soup ad was replaced with
> Warhol's Campbell soup painting? Is that not "really"
> art but advertising in disguise? Did it suddenly
> become quality because an "artist" created it and not
> an "advertiser".
> Is a desire to eliminate advertising because it
> manipulates values like a desire to eliminate art you
> don't like because it manipulates what you think as
> being beautiful?
> "He treats objects like women" the Dude
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