Want Your Children to Survive The Future? Send Them to Art School
Dustin Timbrook

Wow. I do see the art on the wall. But is it really about creativity in art or simply creativity in the ability to imagine? Imagine this or that? And more important, being skilled in the cheap.

Case in point. My daughter’s MacBook’s charger is not charging her laptop. May be water damage. Apple’s not sure and won’t speculate. They will simply gut it for $755. A friend, knowledgeable in these things and one who has the ability and know how to tear it down, will be able to fix it for about $100 plus parts. That’s skilled for the cheap or less expensive creativity.

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