Stealing cheese, ffs.
Executive pay soars while the young poor face freefall. Where is Labour? – http://feeds.guardian.co.uk/~r/theguardian/commentisfree/rss/~3/eisBe612bjs/executive-pay-young-poor-labour-anger
I love the comment that cheese is stolen because it is easily sold. ‘Ere mate, wanna score some E-mental? Double Glos, very strong, Sorted for Chizz and Brie, innit?
Re minds me of Bill O’Hanlon’s book title (haven’t read it mice elf, yet) ‘It’s never too late to have a happy childhood’. There are various narrative therapies around, apparently
Joseph Cornell is often considered the first and greatest American surrealist, said to have influenced creators as diverse as iconic French dadaist Marcel Duchamp and beloved speculative-fiction novelist William Gibson. An artist and filmmaker, he is perhaps best-known for the intricate, mysterious boxes he created druing the 1930s through 1960s — bizarre and beautiful assemblages of dime-store tchotchkes and remnants of once-beautiful objects, placed in meticulously hand-crafted small cabinets.”
- Untitled (Soap Bubble Set), 1936
Untitled (The Hotel Eden), 1945