Archive for June, 2006

No one fucking cares about Art

June 27th, 2006

Cartoon by hugh macleod

just because this is “Art” doesn’t mean anyone fucking cares.

I do not care. I do not care that no one cares. I do not care about a piece of “Art” telling me that I possibly do not care. What does it mean to take no care? Ignore me! If I do not care that I do not care I could just as well care about it. … And, yet, we have not talked about what “Art” means, nor why anyone fucking should care or why anyone would want to care at all.

Magical words

June 26th, 2006

Using words to describe magic
is like using a screwdriver
to cut roast beef.

— Tom Robbins

United 93. It’s time.

June 25th, 2006

At the beginning of the film “United 93” it says

It’s time.

It’s time. This is what the crusaders of ecology and sustainability keep telling us, too.

It’s time that we ask what is time.
Never forget.


Someone asking

June 24th, 2006

Someone came by and asked
Someone asking Who the hell is Ratta


June 24th, 2006

We got a postcard. Many thanks to eb!

Postcard reading Lug Our S Karte

“Lug” has several meanings. Amongst them are in German to look and lies, in English a god, a fool, a worm, a handle, a sail, and to drag and to stuff.

An Inconvenient Truth

June 23rd, 2006

The film “An Inconvenient Truth” shall come to local theaters in September 2006. What will it be? The Weisslog (weblog in German by Die Zeit) pointed to a related article by Slate Magazine:

Bigger Smash: Hurricanes cause more damage because there’s more for them to wreck. By Gregg Easterbrook, posted Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Being wrong or at least being contradicted always charmingly embraces my
confidence in being right.

Cut through

June 22nd, 2006

Cut through dichotomy

Pros and Cons

June 21st, 2006

Everything’s got a good side and a bad side,
including this very sentence. And, including
every good side and every bad side.