The 56-page lawsuit against Columbia University for actively helping that rape chick with the mattress ruin that innocent guy’s life.
The chick is crazy, the guy is confused, and the art teacher behind the mattress project is… well, read this and decide for yourself:
“The impulse was there for her to carry the bed around, and she didn’t necessarily have the information as to how that would fit into the context or the history of performance art. So this summer we got involved in phone conversations about the nature of endurance art, talking about pieces by Tehching Hsieh and Marina and Ulay and Chris Burden.
But what struck me from the get-go . . . is that, more than any of those people, Emma’s work comes from something which is so much more personal and so much deeper and so much less of a programmatic idea about what to do, but really about working something out cathartically and also making an enormous statement for change and that’s what makes it so powerful.”
When I hear someone use the phrase “from the get-go”, I instantly deduct 15 IQ points. When I hear someone put together a 57+ word “sentence” connected with “and” and “and also”, I worry that they’re retarded.