[NetBehaviour] The Art of the Hunt

helen varley jamieson helen at creative-catalyst.com
Tue Apr 30 14:47:17 CEST 2013

i buy rolling papers to play "the cigarette paper game". it's just not 
the same with post-it notes.

On 30/04/13 9:23 AM, isabel brison wrote:
>     Another example of deliberate obfuscation is rolling papers. They
>     pretend as though they are for rolling cigarettes but in reality
>     people buy them to roll marijuana.
> Actually lots of people - me included - buy rolling paper for the 
> express purpose of rolling cigarettes. Rolling tobacco is a lot 
> cheaper and nicer than the pre-rolled stuff. Of course rolling paper - 
> like most things - can be used for more than one purpose; I've even 
> seen it used in scratch model building as blankets.
> As for the art market, it is a good vehicle for conspicuous 
> consumption but also for speculation and money laundering: why would 
> the prices have to be so high otherwise? Is anything really worth that 
> kind of money?
> -- 
> http://isabelbrison.blogspot.com/
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helen varley jamieson
helen at creative-catalyst.com

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