Tuesday, December 09, 2008

Chinese Democracy




Sorry Lyrics - credits W. Axl Rose/Buckethead/Brain/Pete Scaturro




You like to hurt me


You know that you do


You like to think


In some way


That it's me


And not you


(But we know that isn't true)


You like to have me


Jump an' be good


But I… don't want to do it


You don't know why


I won't act the way


You think I should


You thought they'd make me


Behave and submit


What were you thinking


'Cause I don't forget


You don't know why


I won't give in


To hell with the pressure


I'm not cavin' in


You know that


I Got under your skin


You sold your soul


But I won't let you win


You talk too much


You say I do


Difference is nobody cares about you


You've got all the answers


You know everything


Why nobody asked you


It's a mystery to me


I'm sorry for you


Not sorry for me


You don't know


who in the hell to


Or not to believe


I'm sorry for you


Not sorry for me


You don't know


who you can trust now


Or you should believe


You should believe


You don't know who you can trust now


Or you should believe


You close your eyes


All well an' good


I'll kick you ass


Like I said that I would


You tell them stories they'd rather believe


Use and confuse them


They're numb and naïve


The truth is the truth hurts


Don't you agree?


It's harder to live


With the truth about you


Than to live with


The lies about me


Nobody owes you


Not one goddamn thing


You know where to put your


'Just shut up and sing'


I'm sorry for you


Not sorry for me


You don't know who in the hell to


Or not to believe


I'm sorry for you


Not sorry for me


You chose to hurt those that love you


An' won't set them free


Won't set them free


You chose to hurt those that love you


An' won't set them free


You don't need


Anyone else to be


Sorry for you


You've got no heart


You can't see


All that you've done for me


I know the reasons


You tear me apart

Friday, November 21, 2008

Saturday, September 27, 2008

Mudanças em Casa


O BA-GUÁ
O Ba-Guá é o principal símbolo para a prática do Feng Shui moderno. Tem a forma octogonal que corresponde aos quatro pontos cardeais da bússola e às suas quatro subdivisões. Ele comumente é usado para melhorar o Feng Shui de sua casa, dividindo-o em oito setores ou ângulos. Esses setores são identificados de acordo com as direções da bússola e cada setor é relacionado a uma aspiração de vida. Essas aspirações referem-se a: educação e espiritualidade, relações e saúde na família, relacionamentos e perspectivas de casamento, prosperidade e riqueza, reconhecimento profissional, criatividade e sorte dos filhos, trabalho e amigos. Cada aspiração está simbolizada por um trigrama (símbolo retirado do I Ching). Com o Feng Shui, é possível estimular essas aspirações em benefício dos moradores. No Ba-Guá também estão localizados diversos atributos que estão incorporados às oito direções principais do Feng Shui. Cada símbolo corresponde a um Kua (ou lado) que está em harmonia com o seu oposto, que é, na realidade, seu complementar. Estas relações entre os elementos de cada ângulo e seus ciclos produtivos e destrutivos devem ser consideradas pela maneira como essas relações se projetam nas plantas, cores e móveis de sua casa.

Saturday, July 05, 2008

Cenários...

video

Video: gentilmente enviado por Jobé

Wednesday, June 18, 2008

CYBERSPACE

What is the relationship between control, ownership and quality? How do educational sites differ from commercial ones? Is Big Brother still behind the wild west of the info highway? Are all people free to express themselves, or is there a cyberelite?Will this information age eventually bring the post-industrial era to a new understanding of goods and services so that wealth becomes something else besides money? How will the political philosophies of Marxism/Maoism and capitalism evolve with the addition of an intellectual world cyberelite that may not possess traditional wealth?Who is the boss: children's opinions.

http://www.nyu.edu/classes/keefer/waoe/waoej.html

Tuesday, May 06, 2008

Labirintos


"Somos feitos de carne, mas temos de viver como se fôssemos de ferro".
Sigmund Freud



" A nossa civilização é em grande parte responsável pelas nossas desgraças. Seríamos muito mais felizes se a abandonássemos e retornássemos às condições primitivas."
Sigmund Freud

Tuesday, April 08, 2008

SEDE



É escusado sonhar que se bebe; quando a sede aperta, é preciso acordar para beber.

Sigmund Freud

Black Moon


Thursday, April 03, 2008

Stay on Track!


Power must be analyzed as something which circulates, or rather as something which only functions in the form of a chain. It is never localized here or there, never in anybody's hands, never appropriated as a commodity or piece of wealth. Power is employed and exercised through a net-like organization. And not only do individuals circulate between its threads; they are always in the position of simultaneously undergoing and exercising this power. They are not only its inert and consenting target; they are always also the elements of its articulation. In other words, individuals are the vehicles of power, not its points of application.... One needs to investigate historically, and beginning from the lowest level, how mechanisms of power have been able to function.
- Michel Foucault

Saturday, February 09, 2008

" Pérolas"


'Pérolas'

Elos de pérolas reluzentes
São entes queridos das donzelas
Às quais segredam suas cortejadas peripécias
De cortesãos cavalheiros
As suas conchas são recipientes de néctares
Em que banham de odores suas delicadas peles
Com elas brincam jogos de escondidas
Nos desígnios do enlevo dos seus sonhos
Nas recolhidas preces
De seus íntimos desejos
Qual rosário de contas
De prenhes pedidos de neófitos rebentos

Saudaões Poéticas
João Coelho da Rocha

Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Wednesday, January 09, 2008

A cidade perdida





O MAIOR TESOURO DO CAMBOJA ESTEVE ESQUECIDO NAS ENTRANHAS DA SELVA DURANTE 400 ANOS, ANGKOR, A GRANDIOSA CAPITAL DO IMPÉRIO KHMER, ERGUE-SE COMO UM DOS MAIS IMPRESSIONANTES E MISTERIOSOS LEGADOS DA HUMANIDADE.

Saturday, January 05, 2008

You're gonna get bit. And when you're bit, that's it.


JACK ATTACK

In 1994, after being cut off in traffic, Nicholson used a golf club to smash another motorist's windshield. It was (and still is) the most famous instance of road rage meeting golf tantrum."I was out of my mind," he said later, referring to the rugged schedule of a film he was directing and the recent death of a friend. The case was settled out of court when he wrote the other driver a check, reportedly for $500,000. One mystery remained: What club had he used? News reports called it a wedge or a 5-iron; others said 3-iron and 9-iron. Jack had never specified -- until now."I was on my way to the course, and in the midst of this madness I some-how knew what I was doing," he says, "because I reached into my trunk and specifically selected a club I never used on the course: my 2-iron."Case closed.
PLANET JACK
It's Jack's world. We just play in it," says comic Tom Dreesen, a single-digit handicapper who knows the local rules. "Say you're 130 yards out, and he's 140. He hits. You watch his ball go by. Then you start to hit your shot, and zip -- another ball whizzes past. Then he'll drop another, and that one zips by."Why put up with that? He's Jack. It's fun. I'll never forget one time on the sixth hole at Lakeside, a par 3. Jack pushes his tee shot into a bunker. He blasts out over the green, out-of-bounds. Takes a drop in the bunker. Blasts out again -- over the green again. Chips on. Misses the putt. Finally he knocks it in, and he walks off the green with that ear-to-ear smile and says, 'These [freakin'] bogeys are killing me!'
GOLF DIGEST:
What keeps you working at it?
JACK NICHOLSON:
Working at golf? You keep at it because you love it, because the game puts your head in a different place. It's totally engrossing. I mean, obviously I've had romantic setbacks. But women, career, all the things that consume you -- it all goes away on the golf course. You can't think about your girlfriend. You can't think about anything else but the next shot. It's the greatest therapy there is.
I tell people who don't play, "You don't understand golf. I can play this game as well as Tiger ... for a very short time. There's one shot a hole between me and the best golfers in the world -- and 25 million other players between me and the best golfers in the world."