Two Head lines for the same story
One is from a newspaper, the other is from Murdoch's "Fox News for Investor-Class Snobs"
|she has a hot ass|
Rrose Selavy, 1919
|the egnimatic Rrose Selavy|
|the name of this piece from 1923|
by Duchamps friend and fellow
artist, Man Ray, was actually titled
Object To Be Destroyed
|Areito Taino by Maximo Caminero|
Born in the Dominican Republic in 1962. Maximo Caminero\'s work is rooted in ancient Taino (first inhabitants of the Antilles) forms resonate in the present with a modern optic. The versatility of his paintings adorning the caribbean horizon, touching without hiding, the African legacy. His work has not supported or religious ritual other renowned artists such as Wilfredo Lam been studied. The only captures the physical essence of these desires away. His work as he himself defines it: \"It \'s a reflection of thought\" where we wander in a world more real, beyond what man-made, everything is philosophy, he says and adds, nothing is found, man creates his dreams and unreal and is based on fictional worlds. I will not escape it and create my own world, my language. Although my story is recreated in the day by day, in the human struggle in his defects and effects plasmo the subconscious and this is manifested, sovereign and incognito, my religion, he concludes, is uncertainty, because I also know, no nothing. Backed by a number of prestigious critics. His works have been auctioned at prestigious houses in America and some acquired by American museums.
|Mr. Hulot lives in the little garret at the top of this building in Paris. His entry was as if he lived in an M.C. Escher woodcut. From the classic film, Mon Oncle, written, directed by and starring|
Jacques Tati as Mr. Hulot. There still are places like this, you know.
Below is the actual sequence from the film.
|A Familiar Sight In Every Village In Frnace|
La Banque Postale
|click on map to see it enlarged|
In 2013, I was disturbed to see that the United States had sunk to #32 with Reporters Without Borders in their Freedom of the Press rankings...well, don't hold your breath, this year America is now the #46 rated country. Far behind many of the former Soviet republics.Here is the link to their downloadable PDF which explains the methodology used in determining the 2014 ratings.Here is the link to the piece with the rankings. America, you can do better than this! BTW, FInland was #1!
YAY FINLAND 2014 #1!!!!!
|an excerpt from the Channel 4 documentary, Hunted|
of torture and beating a kidnapped gay kid by a Russian
gang, who allowed Channel4 to film the proceedings because
the knew they would not face any legal action from
the Russian authorities.