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Casuistry: The Art of Killing a Cat

gsnuff

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Agreed. Jubal ain't bad at all. I had quite a bit of business dealings with him a few years back and found him pretty professional and on the ball. And you know what, I agree with that quote of his in the article I posted earlier today. There is a longstanding tradition of the courtroom not being the ideal proving ground to the "..but is it art?" debate. Which is fine because this case was definitely a criminal matter first and foremost. Jubal's co-curator of the defunct artsystem space Daniel Borins on the other hand isn't exactly on my christmas card list.. but that's another story!

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why not

TRIBE Member
Originally posted by gsnuff
Agreed. Jubal ain't bad at all. I had quite a bit of business dealings with him a few years back and found him pretty professional and on the ball. And you know what, I agree with that quote of his in the article I posted earlier today. There is a longstanding tradition of the courtroom not being the ideal proving ground to the "..but is it art?" debate. Which is fine because this case was definitely a criminal matter first and foremost. Jubal's co-curator of the defunct artsystem space Daniel Borins on the other hand isn't exactly on my christmas card list.. but that's another story!

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agreed - daniel is easier to present to parents and professionals, but jubal is much much smarter.
borins just had jubal's bad habits but none of the brains.
 
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