It appears that an artist in Spain sampled my philosophy lecture on misanthropy (which can be found on the YouTube, link opens in a new window) for a song. TECH-NOMADER – Misanthropy – alias “Metralla” (SoundCloud link, opens in a new window).
I have begun a new art series called „Die Nachkommenschaft von Henry Spencer“. The whole series will be a mixed media of charcoal and blood on canvas. Two works have been finished already („Raketenchirurgie“ and „Selbstporträt: Der Preis des Lebenskrieges“), another has been started („Um allein zu stehen“), and yet another is planned („Sklavenschleifer“). There will be more than just the four. Click the images for full size.
„Selbstporträt: Der Preis des Lebenskrieges‟ (January 2014)
„Raketenchirurgie‟ (January 2014)
„Um allein zu stehen“ (unfinished)
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This was inspired by reading his preface to his own ballad poetry…
The perfect metaphor of American education: this required “book”—a collection of loose papers that they didn’t even take the time to put a cheap plastic binding ring on—is over $200 USD (€150+ Eur). I tried to fight against shit like this, but I stood alone and was snuffed out. Good job guys, YOU (collectively) let them rape you, and they went in dry. Makes it even worse knowing tuition is $5,000 – $15,000 USD (€3670 – €11011 Eur) per semester (that’s not counting lab fees or university fees or registration fees or fee fees…). Then, when all is said and done, you’ll still have to pay to take many of your tests (since Scantron sheets cost around $5 USD for a pack of 3 and many teachers require them for tests and they are not covered in the multiple tuition fees and university fees you pay).
And this is the receipt for just 6 books/“books”…
And some comic “relief” for all of this: