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Sunday, August 5, 2012
Mexican artist José Rodolfo Loaiza Ontiveros puts classic Disney characters in decidedly adult situations, as a “tribute to pop culture. If you live in LA, check out his Disasterland exhibition at La Luz de Jesus Gallery from August 3 to September 2, 2012.
Posted by He who says hmm... at 9:02 AM
Once a year on August 1, the people of Warsaw pay respect to those who gave their lives in one of the most brutal rebellions against Nazi occupation during WWII - The Warsaw Uprising. In 1944 it cost 200,000 lives and caused the destruction of the capital. So, for a full minute, the city is gripped in silence, as people and vehicles stop in their tracks to pay their respects to these heroes. They describe it as a beautiful symbol of solidarity and remembrance. All I see is a reminder of what the citizens of Warsaw did way back pre the 1944 uprising to stop the Nazis from slaughtering hundreds of thousands of jews - absolutely fricken nothing. Call me bitter all you like... Genocide will do that.
Posted by He who says hmm... at 12:51 AM
Forget that Ryan Adams has pretty much released a new album ever year since 2000, and that each one has a bunch of awesome songs on it, one look back at his cover of Oasis' Wonderwall proves no song is perfect until its finallyperformed by someone truly great. Don't take my word though. Take Noel Gallagher's. He once said he never truly understood how brilliant Wonderwall was until he watched Ryan Adams perform it. And there you go. Ryan Adams. Flippen genius.