These artists think inside the box

These artists think inside the box

There are 5 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Apr 22, 2011, titled These artists think inside the box. In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

When Sieglinde Gassman received her first Community Supported Art box last fall, she admits she was a "little intimidated." Gassman didn't open her box at the designated "pickup party" site with other shareholders; instead, she waited for a week to find out what it contained.

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Freedom Lover

Saint Paul, MN

#3 Apr 23, 2011
I can't beileve that this story deserves any space at all!
Hmmmmm

Saint Paul, MN

#4 Apr 23, 2011
Freedom Lover wrote:
I can't beileve that this story deserves any space at all!
And what do you think deserves space??? Please enighten the universe as to what you think is worthy to publilsh on the limited,oh so valuable internet space.

If you don't want to read something don't read it and refrain from commenting if it's not valuable to merit attention.
Real Freedom Lover

Minneapolis, MN

#5 Apr 23, 2011
Freedom Lover wrote:
I can't beileve that this story deserves any space at all!
What is the "beileve" activity?
Margin of Error

Saint Paul, MN

#6 Apr 23, 2011
Hmmmmm wrote:
<quoted text>
And what do you think deserves space??? Please enighten the universe as to what you think is worthy to publilsh on the limited,oh so valuable internet space.
If you don't want to read something don't read it and refrain from commenting if it's not valuable to merit attention.
All that and no defense of the story.

Hmmmmmmm
Hmmmmmm

Saint Paul, MN

#7 Apr 23, 2011
Margin of Error wrote:
<quoted text>
All that and no defense of the story.
Hmmmmmmm
OK, here you go:
1: Local artists are being supported and encouraged to share there work.
2: Money received by said artists will probably stay here (not go to China like other purchases),
3: Purchases of the art were made by private citizens (no taxes involved).
4: A senior citizen had joy brought to her life like a child receiving a Christmas present.
5: It's called a "Human Interest" story with the intention to show something good happening in our area.
So, I'm guessing you'll probably say the Peep Diaorama contest is also a waste. Maybe pictures of kids dressed up for Easter should not be shown.
I'm waiting for someone to tell me what should and should not be published in a free press (free as in 1st Ammendment and free in that you probably didn't pay a single cent to read the article or post about it).
Before you ask, I do buy the PP at least 4 days a week. And you?

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