Η πρώτη ψύχραιμη φωνή

Υπάρχει Θεός (δηλαδή Λογική!). Η πρώτη ψύχραιμη φωνή «ακούστηκε» από την ΕΛΕΥΘΕΡΟΤΥΠΙΑ και τον Κώστα Κυριακόπουλο (κι ας τον «μάλωσα» την περασμένη εβδομάδα για το ήξεις-αφίξεις κομμάτι του για το ίδιο θέμα).
Για ένα πράγμα είμαι περίεργος: θα γίνει αποκατάσταση του Φωτίου όταν με το καλό αποδειχθεί ότι έκανε πλάκα; Θα βγουν από το επίσημο βήμα της ΓΑΔΑ να πουν «sorry κάναμε γκάφα και ιδού οι παραιτήσεις μας»; Θα το γράψουν οι εφημερίδες; Θα το δείξουν τα κανάλια;
Για να δούμε!

Προστέθηκε και η ΚΑΘΗΜΕΡΙΝΗ:

Dirtyworks defended as art form
Artists yesterday defended a sculptor arrested on Sunday for setting up a website that offered to grease palms in the public sector for a fee, arguing that the man was just engaging in a form of art.
Police arrested Dimitris Fotiou, 34, after receiving numerous complaints from unsatisfied clients who had sent him their credit card details in hope of securing a public sector job, a plum university seat, or even legalizing their illegally built country homes. On his Internet website (www.dirtyworks-greece.info), Fotiou advertised a list of similar services, with a price list of 500 to 2,000 euros.
Police said the site received tens of thousands of visits, and argued that Fotiou, who was charged with criminal fraud, was in a position to have abused credit card data.
But artists said the site was a work of “Net art.” Lina Theodorou, who once staged a similar stunt offering to sell human beings and their organs — which was exhibited at the National Museum of Contemporary Art — conceded that Fotiou ought to have consulted a lawyer first, but added, “Police and the media have no right to define what is and what is not art.”

http://www.ekathimerini.com/4dcgi/
_w_articles_politics_100013_15/02/2005_52982

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  1. Εγώ πάντως ένα email στο cnn και στο wired το έστειλα. Να γίνουν κάποιοι ρόμπα μήπως και καταλάβουν…
    Που δεν νομίζω αλλά τι άλλον μπορείς να κάνεις;
    Η επόμενη λύση είναι τα γκαζάκια

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  2. Nai, nai, eimaste i moni lysi :-P

    Ypografi: Gazakia

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  3. Dirtyworks defended as art form
    Artists yesterday defended a sculptor arrested on Sunday for setting up a website that offered to grease palms in the public sector for a fee, arguing that the man was just engaging in a form of art.
    Police arrested Dimitris Fotiou, 34, after receiving numerous complaints from unsatisfied clients who had sent him their credit card details in hope of securing a public sector job, a plum university seat, or even legalizing their illegally built country homes. On his Internet website (www.dirtyworks-greece.info), Fotiou advertised a list of similar services, with a price list of 500 to 2,000 euros.
    Police said the site received tens of thousands of visits, and argued that Fotiou, who was charged with criminal fraud, was in a position to have abused credit card data.
    But artists said the site was a work of “Net art.” Lina Theodorou, who once staged a similar stunt offering to sell human beings and their organs — which was exhibited at the National Museum of Contemporary Art — conceded that Fotiou ought to have consulted a lawyer first, but added, “Police and the media have no right to define what is and what is not art.”

    http://www.ekathimerini.com/4dcgi/_w_articles_politics_100013_15/02/2005_52982

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