So this was GM chairman Roger Smith. And he appeared to have a brilliant plan:
First, close 11 factories in the U.S, then open 11 in Mexico where you pay the workers 70 cents an hour. Then, use the money you’ve saved by building cars in Mexico to take over other companies, preferably high-tech firms and weapons manufacturers. Next, tell the union you’re broke and they happily agree to give back a couple billion dollars in wage cuts. You then take that money from the workers, and eliminate their jobs by building more foreign factories.

Roger Smith was a true genius.

Share +

He kind of the rightful heir to Andy Warhol in a way. Andy Warhol made a statement by repeating famous icons until they became meaningless. But, he was extremely iconic in the way he did it. But, then Thierry really made them meaningless.

I do think the whole phenomenon of uh Thierry’s obsession with street art, becoming a street artist, a lot of suckers buying into his show and him selling a lot of expensive art, um, very quickly. It is anthropologically, sociologically it’s a fascinating thing to observe and maybe there’s some things to be learned from it.

I don’t know what it means, Thierry is huge success and a rival in the art world. I mean, maybe, Thierry was a genius all along. Maybe, he got a bit lucky. Maybe, it means art is a bit of a joke.

Share +

A real engineer builds bridges.
A financial engineer builds dreams.
and, when those dreams turn out to be nightmares, other people pay for it.

Share +

MAC KOREA

Share +
04th
December

This Film Is Not Yet Rated.

Share +

Michael Jackson

The Life of an Icon

Share +

The Obama White House Through The Lens

Share +

Hip Hop can be peace, love and unity

But during the battle…

fxck you, no peace and love, fight!

Share +