Nero Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus Evidently, Nero was sort of a Brando-ish — good looking fellow. You can tell by the nose. But he was most infamous for ‘fiddling whilst Rome burned’. I’m having a party in a bit and was trying to come up with party favours. CUT TO: I was watching a politicalContinue reading “Nero. 3 Mar 2011.”
I hate it when the digital dopplegang fails. Here it has. It’s a PNG file which has worked flawlessly ad naseum. Not this time. So we shall rescue it with the good, old analogue version. Chin-chin. International Film Series Chasing Keino Ebony Goddess Mozambique Run Away Slave Cold April Example of Fighting Against Exclusion SortieContinue reading “Newest. 26 Sept 2010.”
In America, the stretching seems to flummox about – not here.
The first draft is now registered with Writers Guild of America and the copyright office. Step one, complete. Now, for step two. I told you.
I’ll be posting recent developments with ‘chasing KEINO’ as soon as some issues are cleared by legal at Time Warner.
A metephor? Maybe.
‘If you grow up in Switzerland, with it’s hard core democracy, then you travel, you realise we have reached our limitations – the popular vote is not an expression of freedom any more but the manipulation of an agenda by the political class and politics is just a game played among politicians.’ – Jaques Herzon,Continue reading “Jaques Herzog. 25 Mar 2010.”
It is neither the Bluebird of happiness or the national bird of England. We, of course, know that to be the European Robin. It is a Idaho Pileated Woodpecker seeking refuge from a snowstorm under a tree at a friends house. The other snap is of my friends from the UK. They are watching myContinue reading “Bluebird of Englishers? 10 Mar 2010.”