||[Oct. 4th, 2009|11:52 am]
Listen in, listen Ian!
However, this weekend she said: “So much here is simply not working now. The taxes are too high, there aren’t enough incentives to work hard, and our politicians have put me off. We’re paying through the nose for everything.”
A conceptual artist talking about how they've been disincentivised from working hard, there.
To quote Julie Burchill in the only quotable thing she has ever said:
"Tracy Emin: the body of an Italian sex goddess, the head of a pirate."
2009-10-04 11:46 am (UTC)
If only I could believe any of the people who claim they'll leave actually will. I've lost track of the number of broken promises here.
Yes; I think Paul Daniels was another broken Labour promise.
See also: Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Don't let the door bang you on the arse on your way out, Tracey.
I love the way she tries to bury the ultimate right-wing whinge (ME NO WANNA PAY TAX! IT'S NOT FAIRRRR!) under a barrage of trendy Guardianista stuff about civil liberties, Iraq, etc. etc. It reminds me of a mail I once got from Agent Provocateur slagging the Government off at length on the usual list of such concerns because the police had had the temerity to arrest Kate Moss for shoving a load of coke up her nose. I suspect it wasn't fair trade.
I'm sure her expensive accountant will write off all her earnings as tax deductable anyway. That's what rich bastards do to stay rich.