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There is a special border, the border between art and life that often shifts deceptively. Yet, without this border, there is no art.
In the process of being produced, art borrows material from life,and the traces of life still shine through the completed work of art.
But, at the same time, the distance from life is the essence, the substance of art. And, yet, life has still left its traces.
The more scarred the work of art is by the battles waged on the borders between art and life,
the more unsettling the work may be perceived to be by others.
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The Democratic Nomination & a Pro-Clinton Outcome that reeks of E-voting suspicion,

corrupt pay-offs, exit-poll miscalculation & it all comes down to, what...?








The Republican Front-Runner?

Donald Trump [Dump] promises to regress us, back to the days of guns and sexism &

pre-emptive violence,of environmental abuse and no rights for women

& an sincere hatred of gays & foreigners & minorities.

Are you serious?

What a thing.

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Our current form of Capitalism has no ethical concept of Right & Wrong.

It only recognizes what is profitable & what you can "get away with".

And when you have the Government,The Legal System, the Media, the Military, & the Police on your Payroll;

you can abuse any theoretical economic system

& get away with pretty much anything that enriches your personal self-interests.




To think that the upper top percentile of the powerful & wealthy

would actually allow a Bernie Sander's Victory is self deluded thought.




They'd stop him at any cost.

The Wealthy Do Not Vote Themselves Out Of Power!




This 2016 election’s outcome, this heartbreaking proof of a nation split more
deeply and decisively than ever, it simply reinforces the feeling among much of the educated populace:
It is a weirdly embarrassing time to be an American. It is jarring and oddly shattering and makes you rethink
what it really means to be a part of this country.





The Answer?

It doesn’t mean much at all.



Not really.

Not anymore.


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techgnotic Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2014
That Bukowski quote...

Thank you so much for the comment and the artwork
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