Thursday, June 30, 2011

Hockney decries UK’s busy-bodies and “curtain sniffers”

Hockney, who has been a smoker for 56 years, told an appreciative audience that he didn’t like busy-body politicians; that he didn’t like the meanness that had entered the anti-tobacco debate; and that he was concerned about the end of the essential Bohemian spirit.


I too am concerned about the end of the essential Bohemian spirit. It is an understatement to say that the bohemian way of life is in great danger (on both sides of the pond). In many places of the "free" western world, it is on life support. I'm just happy that somebody actually gets it, and not just anyone either, someone with a voice. That gives me hope. This is about a lot more than smoking.

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