AFTER READING KENNY SCHACHTER’S ‘ORDEAL’ IN BELGIUM AND FRIEZE, OUR COLUMNIST AVILA SAYS:

‘Thanks for the insight, Kenny, but I must tell you that I got no pity for you… You have saved one million dollars and you’re still crying like a baby. Do you know what your problem is? Your problem is that you have lost the taste for good art, and instead looking for something that is worth your time, you’re trying to deal in a dark alley with thieves and prostitutes in order to get a piece of action. I mean Spinoza, “A passion ceases to be a passion as soon as we form a clear an distinct idea of it…”

I wish you the best with your toilets, and your psychologist(s), but if you’re hoping to get some sympathy from me, and at the same time you’re acting like a passive element in the art world by rejecting common sense, then I can only say good luck with your midlife crises… wonky donkey…’

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