mei banfa

7/31/20 11:04 pm

R.I.P.
Pusnakts ekspresis mani satrieca, noskatoties to savos vēlajos padsmitos vai agrajos divdesmitajos.

7/24/20 01:13 am

Es nesaku, ka viņš ir jātiesā, nē. Es varu piedot. Bet es nekad nepieņemšu, ka tie cilvēki, kas toreiz nodeva un arī vēlāk ir bijuši augstos amatos un nodevuši cilvēkus, ka viņi šodien māca mani, kā dzīvot, un vada valsts politiku.

7/5/20 10:25 pm

Obligātā literatūra katram jaunam, daudzsološam un cerību pilnam spiegam.

5/14/20 01:01 am

I think this is another foul-up on the part of the baby boomers. I am a real baby boomer — I was born in 1947, I am almost 73 years old — but I think we’ve really screwed up. We’ve caused pollution, we’ve allowed the world’s population to increase threefold in my lifetime, we’ve caused the problems of global warming and now we’ve left your generation with a real mess in order to save a relatively small number of very old people.

4/14/20 07:42 pm

Victor Sheymov invented the Variable Cyber Coordinates (VCC) method of communications. This method of communications is advantageous for establishing a high level of cyber security. By hopping IP address and other communications parameters, it provides dynamic protection of computers and computer networks through cyber agility. Sheymov was granted numerous patents in the United States, European Union, Australia, Japan, India, Korea, and China."

4/8/20 10:42 pm - STRANGE HOURS

I'm gonna walk on up to heaven
I'm sure you'll see me there
Might be the last dead man to make it
Hell yes, I know that I'll get there
There I will be wearing clothes of fire
But I'm sure you'll see me there
I'm gonna crawl on up to heaven
I may be trailing you in ashes
But you know that I'll be there
I will find you there
I will find you there
He kept strange hours
Locked himself away in his room
Before being seen shouting at the window
And, he had murdered his fiancee
He sacrificed her for the purity of all mankind
I'll be waiting for you there

4/1/20 12:15 am

"Klasiskais īstermiņš ekonomikā nozīmē viens gads."

3/21/20 04:12 pm

izjūtu baudu, mazgājot rokas.

1/21/20 09:19 am

I'm doing fine
I could have been pulling time

11/15/19 12:25 pm - tīra manta

Tīra manta

11/3/19 09:09 pm

La grande bellezza 

This is how it always ends. 
With death. 
But first there was life. Hidden beneath the blah, blah, blah. It is all settled beneath the chitter chatter and the noise. Silence and sentiment. Emotion and fear. The haggard, inconstant splashes of beauty. And then the wretched squalor and miserable humanity. All buried under the cover of the embarrassment of being in the world.

10/7/19 04:22 pm

watch the world spinning gently out of time

5/16/19 06:45 pm

And the dry stone no sound of water
Only there is shadow under this red rock
(Come in under the shadow of this red rock)

That corpse you planted last year in your garden
Has it begun to sprout? Will it bloom this year?
Or has the sudden frost disturbed its bed?

...and waiting for a knock upon the door

"What is that noise?"
The wind under the door
"What is that noise now? What is the wind doing"
Nothing again nothing

The mountains, there you feel free
The mountains, there you feel free

A gauge to make the fingers rip the curtains which are brand to it
I've heard of it
The sawdust of a mighty sky
Grave to take the strongest mile
And close off

I'll see my my world has changed
I'll see my my world has changed
A gauge to make the fingers rip the curtains which are brand to it
I've heard of it
The sawdust of a mighty sky
Grave to take the strongest mile
And close off

I'll see my my world has changed
I'll see my my world has changed
I'll see my my world has changed
I see my my world has changed
I see my my world has changed

4/5/19 12:47 pm

Steady job in a small town
Guaranteed to bring me right down
Guaranteed to take me nowhere
Guaranteed to make me lose my hair

3/16/19 04:20 pm

lieliska intervija no laikiem, kad politkorektums vēl nebija izkastrējis pasauli. un drusku cits skatpunkts par Izraēlu arī.

2/25/19 10:19 pm

Politicians should be educating voters on the vital importance of immigration to their economic security... But the blame for this sorry state lies not only with the populist, nativist nationalists on the right. Defenders of immigration on the left contribute too, by characterizing immigration as a test of personal compassion and tolerance. To oppose immigration, for them, is to be selfish at best and racist at worst. People do not respond well to such insults.

2/10/19 11:48 am

They cut the drugs with something nasty, yet these faithfuls threw a party.
Close it down, close it down.
Close it down, close it down.

- Tēti, par ko viņš dzied?
- Nu, par zināmu vilšanos varbūt...

12/29/18 07:35 pm

Nice and easy, ooh how you please me,
You've got a love that's really real.
Sweet and spicy, come on and touch me,
You know the way I like to feel.

No one can move me, no one can groove me like you do,
Yeah, you pull me up now, when I'm, getting down with you.
Do it, do it, do it, do it, yeah..
Come on and do it to me.

Tantalizing.. so appetizing,
You've got me hungry for your love.
Sweet as honey, yeah, ooh how you love me, baby,
You keep me coming back for more.

No one can groove me, no one can move me like you do, ooh,
Yeah, you pull me up now, when I'm, getting down with you.
Do it, do it, do it, do it.

Come on, and get me.
Don't you know..
Can't nobody move me, like you do, yeah you do.
Yeah, you pull me up now, when I'm, getting down with you.
Do it, do it, do it, do it, baby.

Do it to me baby.
Come on baby.
Hold me tight..
Do it, do it, yeah.

12/27/18 03:12 pm

Tātad NATO ir de facto pārstājis eksistēt, ko nu darīs Baltijas valstis? Un vai vispār ir kas jādara?

12/9/18 11:25 am - nekā īpaši jauna, bet tik un tā jauki lasīt, ka viņš vēl dzīvs

I think the old mass democracies sort of died in the early 90s and have been replaced by a system that manages us as individuals.

I often think that one of the reasons why there is so much pessimism around, especially among the baby-boomer generation, is that they cannot face the terrible fact of their own mortality. So what they have to do is project that onto the whole planet.

If you take climate change, which is a serious issue, it’s been co-opted by pessimistic baby-boomers and turned into a dark nightmarish scenario, rather than saying that we need to restructure power and resources in a way that could make the world a better place. That would have been a really good way to deal with climate change. Instead, it got possessed by a dystopia which I think reflects that generation’s fear of mortality because they can’t see anything going on beyond their own death.

I’m not religious but I don’t share the liberal dislike of religion because I think its fundamental point is to reassure us in the face of our own death. That’s what religion does, it gives you a sense that you’re part of something that’s moving onwards.

I have this working theory that the internet is the HR department for the world. I know because I work for a big corporation. If somebody behaves badly HR swoops in, your desk is cleared and you’re booted out of the building within hours. They never question the system that made that person behave badly. The HR people would never do that. And that’s exactly what the internet is doing at the moment. It identifies bad peoples, swoops in and ejects them. What it never does is question the system and in that way the internet reflects the corporatism of the people who invented it.

if you look at the way the MeToo movement is going, it’s behaving increasingly like an HR department. There are very few people saying, “Maybe this is to do with the system of funding in Hollywood, and how it’s become so ruthless or distorted that women of all ages are forced to behave almost like prostitutes in order to get the money to make films”.
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