Some picasso quote+ E_vilE

"Good artists borrow, great artists steal" Some d00d said in the past... I wish that quote was never written down seeing as how capitalistic whores with no sense of self and a poor work ethnic seem to take pride in stealing others work and patting themselves on the back for being "original" because the putrid incestual system they are part of does not recognize anything that is not part of its very easy for them to lie to themselves about origination... If the masses haven't seen must not exist... something only fools would believe... unfortunately fools run this world...right now ^_^

History is the ultimate judge and times are changing... you can't hide anything anymore so the truth will slowly rise to the surface for all to see... the horrible horrible truth will burn peoples eyes and force them to face they ultimate fear... truth. Some will still deny it and turn back towards the television and mass media, suckling on its coaxial teet, basking in its warm status quo glow...looking for the easy answers it offers them... for it is far easier to let someone else think for you... the less you have to think for yourself the more time you have to be a consumer whore expending your life satisfying base desires with tasks that reward with instant gratification.

As an artist or creator you can see your tool palette expanding and getting more powerful... you see your potential audience have the ability to express yourself freely without waiting for or getting permission from see barriers for exposure being removed and you still want to make the same hollow commercial bullshit films that you have been seeing your whole life? Your goal is still to just make TV commercials and music videos?

Why not use these new tools and opportunities and say fuck it! I'm going to be who I am and do what I want...I'm going to express myself completely and honestly! Oh what oh you put little pieces of yourself into commercial things because your too afraid to be honest and put your whole self? Or oh yeh because thats not the most marketable thing to do... If you got into making films for the money and not because you have a passion to tell stories and express yourself earnestly stop reading my blog...

Or no maybe you should follow me? Do exactly as I... follow me... but I must warn you I'm going into some very dark places... not bullshit torture porn test audiences like this dark... but true evil... A mainstream film with a crew, a boardroom of producers etc could never make a true piece of evil...what the fuck do they know about calling forth demons? Their souls would be eaten alive at first contact....

True evil does not scowl and use scary music as a soundtrack, it looks you dead in the eye with a smile and says...... actually it doesn't say anything at all... it stares into you as you toil and squirm waiting for a voice to acknowledge your existence...but it never comes. A lone filmmaker with complete freedom and power of his ever expanding toolset could bring back a piece of evil for you... and wrap it up in the form of a film... that is possible... that is one of my goals...I will do this for you... we all believe what we want about the "other world" but I will say that I do live my films and the producers that have been whispering into my ears when I step into the shadows... are not... they are not... well... I've just been doing some unusual research that's all.

I have something to say obviously...but these words cannot express it... So that is why I make films... my new film will express this thing... and by viewing it... many people... will die... inside... If you are one of the people who believe and live your life by that Picasso quote I will offer my sincerest apologies after your first and only viewing. Have a great day and drive safe....muahahahahaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa (biting at the air before foaming at the mouth and breathing heavily)

Your Phase Alternating Line,

Maikeru Bukimi


  1. "(...)Here is the paragraph from the essay which contains the language which Bill Hammick has bastardized to make a statement that neither T.S. Eliot nor Picasso ever made:

    One of the surest tests [of the superiority or inferiority of a poet] is the way in which a poet borrows. Immature poets imitate; mature poets steal; bad poets deface what they take, and good poets make it into something better, or at least something different. The good poet welds his theft into a whole of feeling which is unique, utterly different than that from which it is torn; the bad poet throws it into something which has no cohesion. A good poet will usually borrow from authors remote in time, or alien in language, or diverse in interest.

    Eliot, T.S., “Philip Massinger,” The Sacred Wood, New York:, 2000.

    In his essay on Philip Massinger, T.S. Eliot makes an argument that mature, strong poets use other people’s works in a transformative manner that contributes something new to society and culture. He does not argue that “stealing” someone elses works is appropriate or justified as a means to the end. He seems to argue that poets and authors can use other people’s writings as a base for their works as long as the reuse takes the work to a new place, and introduces it to a new audience.(...)"

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