Portanto, depois de o caçar, estamos autorizados a esfolá-lo
23 April 2014
22 April 2014
21 April 2014
A esquerda unir-se = PS reciclar-se = PSD mudar de líder?
(o tipo droga-se?... *)
Freitas pede novo partido ("ou a esquerda se une, ou o PS se recicla ou o PSD muda de líder. Se nada disso acontecer, então o povo português vai ter que ser capaz de criar um novo partido que ajude a refazer o sistema partidário português")
* a verdade é que foi ele quem descobriu vikings na Finlândia...
Sem ir ler no interior (dog forbid), para além do já registado, primeira página até foi só uma
... mas ainda houve outra alusãozinha bíblica:
... e (agora, na "imprensa de referência") ainda...
20 April 2014
Uma aposta que, amanhã, mui imaginativamente, os títulos de jornais esgotarão todas as hipóteses combinatórias possíveis de "Jesus", "ressurreição" e "Páscoa"?
Edit:... aliás, já começou...
"About to take over a crisis-ridden company with a demoralised workforce? Turn to a Roman case study - The pope as a turnaround CEO"
"... Will it work? Established critics (...) maintain it is all incense-smoke and mirrors"
19 April 2014
"Most of all, Burroughs had a technique that would enable Bowie to renew his entire method of writing lyrics and making music. During the early 1960s, Burroughs and his colleague, the painter and writer Brion Gysin, had developed the cut-up as a method of visual and verbal reassembly that was equally applicable to painting, montaged artworks, calligraphy, tape manipulation and the word. It offered, in fact, a whole new way of seeing. Having read Burroughs' cut-up novel Nova Express to prepare for the interview, Bowie applied the technique to the words and sound of his next album, the darkly dystopian Diamond Dogs – a fusion of Burroughs and George Orwell. The cut-up, as he admitted later, perfectly suited his own fragmented consciousness, and also enabled him to cut through the tangle of expectation and image that threatened to slow him down. It sped everything up"; "The track 'Sweet Thing' was Bowie's first try at William S. Burroughs' cut-up style of writing, which Bowie would continue to use for the next 25 years"
Mestre, Mestre, ó Santíssimo Mestre!... Agora é que o mundo está perdido de vez! O Demónio anda à solta a dar cabo da obra do Sinhor!!!...
O totalitarismo do orgasmo LGBT entomológico
18 April 2014
Laurie Anderson - "Sharkey's Night"
(c/ William Burroughs)
(c/ William Burroughs)
Sun's going down. Like a big bald head. Disappearing behind the boulevard. It's Sharkey's night. Yeah. It's Sharkey's night tonight. And the manager says: Sharkey? He's not at his desk right now. (Oh yeah) Could I take a message? And Sharkey says: Hey, kemosabe! Long time no see. He says: Hey sport. You connect the dots. You pick up the pieces. He says: You know, I can see two tiny pictures of myself and there's one in each of your eyes. And they're doin' everything I do. Every time I light a cigarette, they light up theirs. I take a drink and I look in and they're drinkin' too. It's drivin' me crazy. It's drivin' me nuts. And Sharkey says: Deep in the heart of darkest America. Home of the brave. He says: Listen to my heart beat. Paging Mr. Sharkey. White courtesy telephone please.