'Why Man Creates' (1968) swaps the why for the how: "Where do ideas come from? From looking at one thing, and seeing another. From fooling around, from playing with possibilities, from speculating, from changing, pushing, pulling, transforming, and if you’re lucky, you come up with something worth saving, using, and building on." 28 years later and Spike's new jawn 'Clockers' littered the new york underground with wheatpaste. Saul writes Entertainment Weekly: ”Do these people have such paucity of imagination?… The convention is when anyone steals something, they call it an homage.” Clockers opened a week later with one of the most disturbing credit sequences on film. Bullets do damage, but appropriation of a murder… who's to say, Saul?