Tuesday, August 03, 2010

ditorial

Emma Daly typed the last few words of her editorial and hit 'send.' Laverstone wouldn't know what hit it when The Times hit the streets tomorrow; her scathing attack on the politics of art would sway the masses in favour of the avant garde statue of Crucifixion in the Arms of a Temple Prostitute instead of the proposed bronze: Unknown Soldier Storming the Gates of Paradise. Who did they think was paying for this anyway? The Arts Council? No. She'd uncovered the bitter truth. It was being paid for by a private individual. Who the Hell was Andantia Waterman, anyway?E

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