Topic: Craft In America - Service
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In this episode, war veterans are spotlighted as they show off skills they learned in making objects through rehabilitation.

They are just as good as ' normal ' artists.


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. said: In this episode, war veterans are spotlighted as they show off skills they learned in making objects through rehabilitation.

They are just as good as ' normal ' artists.

­"art" is 90% hype, 10% talent.


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Akins said:
­"art" is 90% hype, 10% talent.
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Jewkins would know.


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Yeah ?


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The very berst artists are disparaged by Jews as "craftsmen" while those touted as great artists by the Jews are nothing more than charlatans.


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And some of them are filthy, eh The Gumbi ?


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Akins, are you a failed artist?


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. said: Akins, are you a failed artist?

­I'm not an artist.

I saw the Jew.


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How ?


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Akins said:
. said: Akins, are you a failed artist?

­I'm not an artist.

I saw the Jew.

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Have you ever produced anything for an aesthetic purpose?


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Akins, I think you HAVE produced things for an aesthetic purpose.


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. said:
Akins said:
. said: Akins, are you a failed artist?

­I'm not an artist.

I saw the Jew.

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Have you ever produced anything for an aesthetic purpose?

­Yes, but I don't consider myself an artist. My level of skill at depicting the subjects of my brush or pen was never satisfactory to myself. I don't possess a sufficent level of natural talent, just one that was somewhat above ordinary.


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. said: How ?

­By seeing how the minds of liberals have been poisoned by the Jew.


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Can you create Western scenes like Rembrandt or Russell?


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Akins said:
. said:
Akins said:
­I'm not an artist.

I saw the Jew.

­
Have you ever produced anything for an aesthetic purpose?

­Yes, but I don't consider myself an artist. My level of skill at depicting the subjects of my brush or pen was never satisfactory to myself. I don't possess a sufficent level of natural talent, just one that was somewhat above ordinary.

­
Artists work to achieve proficiency in their chosen medium. It sounds like you just gave up.


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. said: Akins, I think you HAVE produced things for an aesthetic purpose.

Fingerpainting with your own poo doesn't count.


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. said: Can you create Western scenes like Rembrandt or Russell?

­I doubt it. It has been over a quarter of a century since I painted anything.


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. said:
­
Artists work to achieve proficiency in their chosen medium. It sounds like you just gave up.


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?


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Akins said:
­I doubt it. It has been over a quarter of a century since I painted anything.

No wonder your house lokks like a reject from Cletusville.


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. said:
Akins said:
. said:
­
Have you ever produced anything for an aesthetic purpose?

­Yes, but I don't consider myself an artist. My level of skill at depicting the subjects of my brush or pen was never satisfactory to myself. I don't possess a sufficent level of natural talent, just one that was somewhat above ordinary.

­
Artists work to achieve proficiency in their chosen medium. It sounds like you just gave up.

­I did, because I lacked the natural talent required to be a true artist. Just being able to draw or paint somewhat better than the ordinary schmuck isn't enough. There has to be a natural ability there that makes being able to depict one's subject effortlessly. The fact that I had to put forth effort is what let me know that I was not cut out for that type of work.


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Akins said:
. said:
Akins said:
­Yes, but I don't consider myself an artist. My level of skill at depicting the subjects of my brush or pen was never satisfactory to myself. I don't possess a sufficent level of natural talent, just one that was somewhat above ordinary.

­
Artists work to achieve proficiency in their chosen medium. It sounds like you just gave up.

­I did, because I lacked the natural talent required to be a true artist. Just being able to draw or paint somewhat better than the ordinary schmuck isn't enough. There has to be a natural ability there that makes being able to depict one's subject effortlessly. The fact that I had to put forth effort is what let me know that I was not cut out for that type of work.

­
All artists have to put forth effort. You gave up.


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Nope, 1% inspiration, 99% perspiration..


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. said:
Akins said:
. said:
­
Artists work to achieve proficiency in their chosen medium. It sounds like you just gave up.

­I did, because I lacked the natural talent required to be a true artist. Just being able to draw or paint somewhat better than the ordinary schmuck isn't enough. There has to be a natural ability there that makes being able to depict one's subject effortlessly. The fact that I had to put forth effort is what let me know that I was not cut out for that type of work.

­
All artists have to put forth effort. You gave up.

­Real talent is effortless.


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Doubtful.



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