If an individual person wishes to collect abstract art with meaning that is difficult to discern, that’s fine, but monuments intended for public viewing should resemble something the common person can identify.
About: Joseph George
Joseph is a King’s College grad whose regular blog posts may be found at http://nepateaparty.com/speak
Recent Posts by Joseph George
It seems the majority of shows on the Discovery and History Channels fall under the genre of “petty negotiation,” or, “How much is your junk worth?” as well as “quasi-freak shows” featuring human backwoods wonders who speak charming, subtitled patois and grow impressively long beards. It’s important to remember, however, that while the majority of Americans do not watch these particular shows, the largest collectives of individuals do, numbering at most in one night 5 million out of roughly 254 million Americans age 15 and older.
Recent Comments by Joseph George
- May 10, 2016 on Custody for Cash: A plea for help, when there is no place else to turn
- August 21, 2015 on Custody for Cash: A plea for help, when there is no place else to turn
- April 20, 2015 on Custody for Cash: A plea for help, when there is no place else to turn
- February 12, 2015 on We, the People: Independent Citizen Review Board forming to investigate the courts
- February 12, 2015 on Common law grand jury group meets in Edwardsville