Wednesday, November 30

Seung Mo when the material strikes

Beautiful sculpture, isn't it? It is made in bronze or any other metal?
Yes, another metal: it is aluminum! Aluminum wires.
I came across with the work of Seung Mo because today, yes today, I started my first attempt to do anything with aluminum wires. I bought the wire, two pliers and there I go! I decided to take a look at something simple to start and... the irony I came across with Korean artist Seung Mo.
It if was made in bronze that would not be that relevant to me.
It would be beautiful, period.
But it is made of wire on a fiberglass base form.
Visit this site to take a look at Seung Mo's work.
Me? I did bend three beautiful curves on a half meter wire. Perfect!

Thursday, November 10

Grace Jones's Libertango - I've seen that face before

Strange, I've seen that face before,
Seen him hanging 'round my door,
Like a hawk stealing for the prey,
Like the night waiting for the day,

Strange, he shadows me back home,
Footsteps echo on the stones,
Rainy nights, on Hausmann Boulevard,
Parisian music drifting from the bars,

Tu cherches quoi, rencontrer la mort?
Tu te prends pour qui
Toi aussi tu detestes la vie

Dance in bars and restaurants,
Home with anyone who wants,
Strange he's standing there alone,
Staring eyes chill me to the bone.

Dans sa chambre, Joel et sa valise,
Un regard sur ses fringues,
Sur les murs, des photos,
Sans regret, sans mélo,
La porte est claquée, Joel est barré.

Wednesday, November 9

Trump's victory equals American rejection of warmongering according to Joe Quinn and Oliver Stone

"Last time we checked, the term “failed state” was used by US government officials to describe countries that it had earmarked for ‘regime change’ by way of a US bombing campaign and/or military invasion. Perhaps then Americans should look on the bright side, the Trump victory may have effected ‘regime change’ in the USA without a shot being fired.

While many establishment media pundits like Krugman are attributing the Trump win to the level of “hate in the country”, the truth seems to be that a majority of American voters rejected the policy of warmongering and destruction of living standards (especially for the poor) pursued by the Bush and Obama administrations, and strongly resonated with Trump’s promise to root out rampant corruption in Washington.

Whether or not Trump was sincere about his campaign promises and will be allowed to ‘drain the swamp’ to any significant degree remains to be seen. Under a Trump administration, there is, however, reason to expect a reduction in the level of dangerous anti-Russian rhetoric that became the hallmark of the Obama administration in recent years. And that can only be a good thing for the USA and the world."
Extract from the article "Donald Trump Elected President, Democrats and Liberals Freak Out" by Joe Quinn* in Globalresearch.

We hope Joe Quinn is right. Oliver Stone claimed that "Trump can surprise." in a conference in São Paulo this Wednesday morning. He said that he feared Hillary more than Trump because of her warmongering. According to Oliver Stone Trump is more pragmatic to solve problems.
Oliver Stone is currently in Brazil to launch his movie "Snowden".

*Joe Quinn is the co-author of 9/11: The Ultimate Truth (with Laura Knight-Jadczyk, 2006) and Manufactured Terror: The Boston Marathon Bombings, Sandy Hook, Aurora Shooting and Other False Flag Terror Attacks (with Niall Bradley, 2014), and the host of’s The Sott Report Videos and co-host of the ‘Behind the Headlines’ radio show on the Sott Radio Network.

An established web-based essayist and print author, Quinn has been writing incisive editorials for for over 10 years. His articles have appeared on many alternative news sites and he has been interviewed on several internet radio shows and has also appeared on Iranian Press TV. His articles can also be found on his personal blog

Hope: Donald Trump elected president of the United States of America

I wanna know what Americans are going to do. Seriously, this election is the most ridiculous ever.
Both candidates are criminals. What is happening to the world?
It is about time to remember:

Update: The idea of having Hillary Clinton as president scares me the hell. I did another post (above) with Joe Quinn and Oliver Stones' analysis and I changed my mind a little.

Sunday, November 6

When they smile this way...


On November 2011 I did post the first "When they smile this way..." and forgot about it.
I was watching a movie when, all of a sudden, Dustin Hoffman smiled that way...
Hence this post adding "When they look this way..."
Have a great Sunday.

Friday, November 4

How to avoid criticism

I hate quotations. Seriously. I'll make an exception because of the period in history we are living is a very dark part of humanity.
We should discuss and discuss and... discuss without fearing to express our opinions openly and listening to others with an open heart.

 We need all the criticisms in such an era.
The writing on the wall is an Aristotle quotation.

Thursday, November 3

Look at these celebrities who are aging terribly

Nope, Not here. It is appalling that some magazines and tabloids are always showing famous people - known as "celebrities" to unite fame for numerous different reasons - as they age. They take a good picture of "then" and a terrible one of "now" side by side and the public drills watching them in a terrible state.

I usually don't watch this kind of article but just came across with one of this examples. Aging was transformed into a  disease. Whether the person looks  "rest" or not it is not fashionable to get older.

Wiser? No. Experienced maybe but as age comes to some people they have a scale of ages along the day.
We have better declare that aging is a human right.