Monthly Archives: August 2014

Morrissey / The Loop (live in Paris, 12 november, 2009)

Morrissey / The Loop (live in Paris, 12 November, 2009)

I just wanna say
I haven’t been away
I am still right here
Where I always was
So one day, if you’re bored
By all means call
Because you can do
(But Only if you want to)

I just wanna say
I haven’t been away, oh
I am still right here
Where I always was
So one day, when you’re bored
By all means call
Because you can do… (but you might not get through, honey)

 

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Porno for Pyros / Pets

 

Porno for Pyros / Pets

children are innocent
a teenager’s fucked up in the head
adults are even more fucked up
and elderlies are like children
will there be another race
to come along and take over for us?
maybe martians could do
better than we’ve done
we’ll make great pets!
my friend says we’re like the dinosaurs
only we are doing ourselves in
much faster than they
ever did
we’ll make great pets
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Jacob and the Angel (the one-armed man) or The Wrestler

detail of Jacob and the Angel (the one armed man) ~2008

detail of Jacob and the Angel (the one-armed man) or The Wrestler ~2008

It’s funny how the weak can suddenly become powerful when the strong try to wield their power against them.

I remember when I was a kid, staying up late on Sunday night to watch Tom Baker as Dr. Who on the Chicago public television station, channel 11 WTTW. I remember a theme to the Tom Baker Dr. Who, he represented civilization incarnate. He met crises armed by the loyalty of his friends won by his selflessness, his conviction and unerring sense of right and wrong–he was a natural leader. Even his scarf communicated something of the man’s character. It was the type of thing one knits by hand as a gift for another. This one was extravagant in it’s length, and The Dr. wore it prized, though loosely, round his neck. It was from the Tom Baker Dr. Who I first heard the maxim: ‘Violence is the last refuge of the incompetent.’ I would come across the source of this quote a few years later when I read Isaac Asimov’s, The Foundation Series. Like The Foundation, an enterprise begun in the wake of the collapse of the Galactic Empire to preserve the accumulated sum of all human knowledge, Dr. Who found other ways of contesting the agendas of the senselessly brutal… knowledge and wisdom. And like any real Paladin, he was destined to meet the greatest threats to civilization. He did so with the capability of deciphering the most petty heart and brutal mind; he looked wickedness right in the eye and epitomized the sentiment, “No further.” He was The Lord of Time. Those bent on the vain, wanton pursuit of power, were merely flashes in the pan, but the Dr. was immortal.