Thursday, 22 April 2010


The Problem with the drive to create employment across the board for all citizens is that it turns creative people into menial labourers. If there is no foresight into how creative people work, nor any understanding of their needs, then all the possible contributions to enriching a society and creating non-menial jobs through the Arts will be completely overlooked, and as a result all of society misses out.


  1. This whole blog is pretty much shit... You just seem like a pretentious wanker on all your sites.
    You have just taken a whole heap of fundemental points and acted like you just discovered them and its like, totally amazing.

    I see you identify yourself as a musician, its funny because every now and again you get to see people who you are not surprised didnt make it big. Bloody Kiwis and their pretentious egos.

  2. I can't disagree with you that this blog is shit. It's my thoughts and ideas, as shit as they may be, this is what they are.

    And yes these are fundamental points, and yes I have just discovered them, and yes they are totally amazing.

    I can only shrug my shoulders at your musician comment. I suck, and that's all that there is to it.

  3. The problem is that most art is shit and it would be cruel to let people like you believe you actually have talent. I bet you would still reap the rewards though i.e. waste of time, nully credible zero fees courses, paid for by people with real degrees.