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5/13/2013 01:29 PM EDT
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resistion
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re: Slideshow: How knockoff nation mastered ecosystem
resistion   5/18/2013 7:47:13 PM
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If it's recognized these paintings are already public domain, why the negative connotations?

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sprite0022   5/20/2013 12:56:04 AM
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She was trying to sneak inside a iiphone factory and take some pics. apparently she doesn't have the gut. so she chose this innocent village and try to portray it as a sinnful example. as you see this is nonsense, one can't mix cigar with weeds, whaling with fishing. and the title is quite offensive indeed, I have to thank mr. truman for the determination.

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docdivakar   5/30/2013 12:57:36 AM
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Well, practice maketh perfect, so one of these days the knockoffs can become originals! MP Divakar

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shikantaza   6/21/2013 6:36:49 PM
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Photo on 4 of 16: not "artist." "Copycat." "Painting technician." Art isn't copying or imitating. It is creating, playing, and communicating. Art by the pound doesn't fit in there anywhere.

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A fascinating world
rick merritt   7/31/2013 10:27:54 AM
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Thanks for taking us there

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