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Bright & King of the swingers - de alex andra la: 01/02/2007 13:26:30
(la: The Ball Room)
Am sosiiiiit !
Tineti-va bine, ca dau drumul la B.B. King ! Asta pana il gasesc pe King Loui, inamicu dansator al lu' Baloo ici de fata :)))

Lost without music in a world of noises
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Angel of Mercy - de alex andra la: 16/02/2007 09:00:11
(la: O doamna cocheta...)
Ne leşi ?

Lost without music in a world of noises
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of, - de anisia la: 02/09/2007 21:55:41
(la: Viata este frumoasa 1)
cata tristete!!!
ce poti sa faci mai mult decat faci, e sa te rogi la Doamne-Doamne sa-i aline durerea...

of, cata tristete!!!

dar chiar nu mai e nici un leac s-o ajute? chiar nici unul?
"out of order" - de proletaru la: 26/10/2007 12:47:49
(la: 4 minute)
ar trebui sa imi revizuiesc atitudinea!
eu nu vad chestiile astea dimineata cand gonesc la munca. sunt atent unde se face verde mai intai si daca incap cu buburuza printre masini. de obicei incap.
la ora aceea abia am ingurgitat (a bea e prea poetic) prima cafea si inca functionez pe avarie pana isi face efectul cofeina. restul driverelor sunt "out of order".
vad lucrurile esentiale... pietoni, masini mai mari ca a mea. la cele mai mici (culmea, exista...) le dau "ignore".
e un soi de autism social (termenul imi apartine) sau un mecanism de autoprotectie ca sa mai las loc pe "hard" pentru lucrurile cu adevarat importante.
ce mov cu auriu??? ... ca as intra in primul stalp daca m-as uita dupa asa ceva.
admit insa ca doar eu functionez prost la ora aia.
of, irma - de beatle-maniacul la: 09/11/2007 20:38:27
(la: Am facut sex!)
sex-in-plex-ul meu era poate mai banal si mai cu-picioarele-pe-pamant, pana mi-ai raspuns si m-ai bulversat total, imi imaginam asa, doua linii de tren complet paralele, si din cand in cand stalpi montati aiurea, pe mijlocul traversei, taman bine sa le ia sufletul in plex.....
gainarirea mi-a placut mult, cu toate ca ma gandeam la o gainarire mai ... simplista, caci si eu sant mai simplist...
masturbarea? of, irma, (vezi un text al meu mai vechi)
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THE STORY OF A SIGN - de cosmacpan la: 04/09/2008 08:32:10
(la: Locul in care "Si caii se impusca, nu-i asa?")
(The story of a sign = http://www.vinju-mare.ro/compasiune+si+umanitate)

Reinventarea compasiunii?

Cam o dată pe an, România experimentează inundaţii. Un val de compasiune se adaugă atunci mulţimii de jurnalişti şi politicieni care năpădesc satele inundate. Se organizează campanii de donaţii, unele televizate, sînt colectate ajutoare, sînt trimise la faţa locului alimente, îmbrăcăminte, corturi, materiale de construcţii. Unii dintre cei ce se implică sînt mînaţi de spirit civic şi solidaritate, alţii de compasiune, alţii o fac pentru a vedea lumea că o fac. Pot exista, evident, şi alte motivaţii.

Indiferent de motivul ce le determină, toate aceste ajutoare sînt parte a modului în care societatea are grijă de ea însăşi. Cel mai adesea, opinia publică pare a declara compasiunea ca motor principal al sprijinirii celor aflaţi în nevoie.

Funcţionează însă acelaşi principiu în afara situaţiilor de criză majoră? Sînt, de exemplu, ajutaţi sistematic cei aflaţi în nevoie cronică? Apare compasiunea oare doar atunci cînd gestul de solidaritate este televizat, fără a se regăsi într-o caritate permanentă? Răspunsurile categorice la astfel de întrebări sînt greu de găsit, iar generalizările sînt mai degrabă mincinoase. O scurtă privire asupra compasiunii poate aduce însă oarece lumină asupra chestiunii.
….
Altfel însă sîntem unul dintre principalii furnizori europeni de cerşetori, care stau la colţ de stradă cu mîna întinsă, solicitînd ajutorul şi compasiunea trecătorilor. Nu este nimic nou în astfel de comportamente, iar o privire atentă poate vedea similitudini între Anglia descrisă de Dickens în Oliver Twist şi România din Filantropica lui Nae Caranfil. Prezenţa cerşetorilor nu este un efect al milostiveniei trecătorilor, ci unul al sărăciei şi slabei capacităţi redistributorii la nivelul societăţii.
(Bogdan Voicu - http://www.dilemaveche.ro/index.php?nr=237&cmd=articol&id=8958)

“Trebuie restaurata comunicarea dintre oameni. Acest lucru este cu putinta numai prin compasiune, suferind pentru ei, jertfindu-ne pentru ei; doar astfel poti deschide poarta celuilalt. Oamenii sunt foarte neincrezatori. Numai o dovada de iubire care merge pana la jertfa prin care omul se daruie celuilalt poate castiga inima celuilalt. Atunci insa Il imitam pe Hristos“. (pr-dumitru-staniloae-compasiune-si-iertare).

Si a mai fost o zi

"Am privit cerul si am vazut norii
Iar ploaia ma spala curatindu-mi spiritul
Si a fost ziua a doua
Si pielea mea radia multumirea."
Articol - partea 1 - de Horia D la: 27/10/2008 04:59:11
(la: obama sau mccain)
"South China Monitorig Post", ziar ce apare in HK.

With global markets in chaos, capitalism in retreat and state intervention ballooning, right now might not seem the best moment to publish a spirited defence of free-market economics.

Yet the newly published Trade Myths, by Hong Kong-based economist Enzio von Pfeil, is especially timely. As the financial crisis risks fuelling protectionist calls in the United States and elsewhere, Dr von Pfeil's brisk demolition of a series of commonly held misconceptions about international trade serves as a powerful reminder that a backlash against free markets now would wreak havoc on an already weakened world economy.

Dr von Pfeil's credentials as a laissez-faire champion are hard to beat. As a student at Freiburg University he was taught by Friedrich von Hayek, most famous of all the Austrian School of free-market theorists.

From that standpoint he argues that the way many politicians view trade - as a zero-sum game in which if you win, I must lose - is based on the mercantilist model devised by one Luca Pacioli, a friend of Leonardo da Vinci and the inventor of double-entry book-keeping, more than 500 years ago.

Dating from an age in which gold was the sole measure of commercial wealth, mercantilism led politicians to encourage exports because they brought bullion into the country, while discouraging imports, because they depleted the national treasury.

Dr von Pfeil argues that such outmoded thinking survives today in the propagation by politicians and economists of five key "trade myths".

The first is that "imports kill jobs". Dr von Pfeil neatly dispatches this one by pointing out that as the US has imported more of the manufactured goods it needs, a greater proportion of the labour force has been freed to work in the more lucrative service industries. Far from destroying jobs, imports create them.

Dr von Pfeil also has little time for the mercantilist view that national exchange rates drive trade flows. If a weak currency boosts exports, he asks reasonably, why did Britain's trade deficit balloon in the 1980s even as the pound went into a prolonged decline? And why did the trade surpluses of Japan and Germany expand to record levels at the same time their currencies were in the ascendant?

Dr von Pfeil gives short shrift to several other widely accepted ideas about trade, including the notion that trade balances are national, that deficits are necessarily bad, and that the US economy is hostage to foreign government holders of its debt.

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articol - partea 2 - de Horia D la: 27/10/2008 04:59:45
(la: obama sau mccain)
Instead, he offers a broader view of trade and investment, in which international commerce is no zero-sum, but a win-win game which benefits everyone.

Ignoring mercantilist talk of exchange rates, Dr von Pfeil argues strongly that "the basis for trade is cold comparative advantage, not the appealing sophistry of currency or trade manipulation."

In other words, people export goods because they can make more money doing so than by selling than at home. Equally they import because buying some goods from abroad is cheaper than producing them at home. Everyone wins.

This argument holds as true today as ever, maintains Dr von Pfeil, but the reason many politicians fail to recognise it is that traditional attitudes to trade as a zero-sum game completely fail to take into account the central role played in contemporary markets by multinational companies.

Coca-Cola, for example, is one of the world's most recognisable products, associated everywhere with America. Yet no vast container ships ply the Pacific Ocean laden with millions of bottles of Coke for the thirsty consumers of Asia.

Instead the Coca-Cola company has invested in bottling plants all over the world to produce its drinks locally.

To allow for the way multinationals have expanded across borders, Dr von Pfeil introduces the concept of global, rather than national, trade balances. So while the US national trade balance looks only at what passes across American borders, its global balance includes all the purchases and sales made locally by US-owned multinationals - like Coca-Cola - operating abroad.

Factor these in and the world trade picture changes radically. Instead of racking up a national trade deficit of US$714 billion in 2005, the US actually ran a global trade surplus of US$2.7 trillion. And China, far from running a national trade surplus of US$264 billion, in fact ran a deficit of US$1.7 trillion.

According to Dr von Pfeil, his approach shows that the US is less vulnerable to pressure from foreign governments than many analysts believe. Rather than being owned covertly by foreign central banks and sovereign wealth funds, he argues that much of the US government debt held in offshore financial centres is actually owned by the offshore arms of US companies. As a result, the so-called global imbalances that so scare economists begin to look a lot more stable than commonly believed.

While that makes America sound strong, Dr von Pfeil's model emphasises how vulnerable the US economy is to rising protectionism at home. Any misguided attempt to protect US companies against foreign competition would interfere with American companies' ability to exploit their comparative advantages at home, potentially pushing up both unemployment and inflation. Even worse, it would expose US multinationals abroad to a local backlash, jeopardising sales worth more than double America's exports. At the moment, that's the last thing the US economy needs.
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of, la o parte, la o parte ca sa spui si io o minciuna... - de cosmacpan la: 18/12/2008 16:37:13 Modificat la: 18/12/2008 16:37:30
(la: Cel mai ..... cafegiu)
Of, da io...bine ca nu ma vede nimeni... acum dupa ploaia asta sunt tot ciuciulete, bocancii leorpaie zama de tzarana, pantaloanele e burlan pa mine si pufoaica numa buna de bagat la cazan...
na ca stau ca prostul la perinitza si nu stiu ce sa aleg, ca Doamne, tulai, numai lune de lume, fete pe-o (spranceana, sa tot alegi), voinici ce bat cu pintenu'n podele (ca-s a tale nu-a mele)si decat sa zic o prostie, mai bine zic o poezie...

Impreuna putem mai mult
Fara vise amarui viata si-ar pierde sensul
Fara partea luminoasa a vietii existenta ar fi cenusie
Fara curiozitate toate Insulele ar numai ale altuia, nu si ale noastre
Ce ne-am face daca nu am arde pe rugul indoielilor noastre ?
Fara maan nici femeile nu ar avea o lume deplina
Fara frumusete, viata s-ar petrece nestiind ca este
Fara juli e am trece din iunie direct in august
Cum am sti sa apreciem unde am ajuns fara a sti sa apreciem de unde am plecat?
Cum e campia fara munte anu? Plata
Cum ar fi Valea Prahovei fara Brasov eni? neterminata
De la alex mai la vale andra ne iese in cale – vazduhista, toamna trista
Apoll mare pacat daca nu am sti sa ne bucuram
Mon cher, cum sa spui…caldura mare
Fara Lady am avea o societate mai saraca
A dy net ul meu, merge acum mai greu, ca m-am departat si n-am stat la sfat
Ani s ia si ce n-ar da : tot ce misca-n lume, glume, bancuri, vorbe bune
Are al ? n-are al ? asta e mereu pe val
Cum spusei, fara femme i, plang berile ca e grei
Gloria si-a ei cununa, laurul poarta-mpreuna
Cum oare sa dovedesti daca nu intruderesti ?
Cum e mierea neumbrita, si dulceata necitita
Cum ar mai fara floare si sc zambind la soare
cu mult coz, viata e roz
m-am intrus in asta oaza si-s sensibil ca o vaza (galle)
si-ar mai fi dar om suntem, si multe le mai uitam...

PS: rosiile borsite, ouale clocite si pepenii stricati sunt aici la garderoba...
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of of - de adina.petre la: 17/01/2009 01:23:19
(la: Vreau sa vorbesc cu voi in timp real!)
Garfieldu' meu nu mai ie :(
Ce dor mi-i de iel, si de cuada lui stramba :x of, of...
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two teaspoons of sugar - de thebrightside la: 17/02/2009 10:41:53 Modificat la: 17/02/2009 10:43:59
(la: chentan)
an a bit of cream, please. :)

p.s. cu spoons dau in diabet :))
taticu - bineînteles ca s-a - de Bucu la: 16/06/2009 00:17:14
(la: Intelectualul)
diversificat, n-a stat pe loc.

daca recunosti ca Beatles au fost inovatori (si-ti dau dreptate aici) în orchestratie si instrumente la vremea lor, acelasi argument se potriveste si la Pink Floyd. sunt primii care-au folosit un alt fel de sound (definitii sunt o gramada, prefer sa le las la o parte) si cu instrumente noi, vezi sintetizatoarele de sunet si altele.
iar melotronul l-a folosit Moody Blues cu succes înaintea lui Beatles, daca e s-o luam istoriceste ....

nu vad, asadar, de ce pentru unii-i muma, iar pentru altii, ciuma....

îti recomand un interviu cu Jon Lord din 2008 de la Metal-Express-Radio, în care vorbeste si de muzica clasica, daca te intereseaza legatura. un fragment interesant, la subiect:



Rep.:
Have you found that the attitude of the Classical musicians has changed towards you compared to when you did the Concerto for Group and Orchestra in 1969? I’ve always thought they could be a little on the snobby side towards Rock musicians?

Jon Lord:
Well they used to be, not all of them of course, but are far bigger percentage were like that than they are now. The world has changed enormously since 1969 and orchestras take part so much more in cross style music. They have to; it’s the nature of the game. In 1969 The Royal Philharmonic was a very stiff, established, posh orchestra, a brilliant one, but not one that was used to playing The Concerto For Group and Orchestra. There was a lot of work that had to be done in rehearsals for them to understand the way we played and that was down to the conductor Malcolm Arnold. He was a hero, he was one of them but he understood me so he was the bridge if you like between the band and orchestra. In fact I’ve just done The Concerto for Group and Orchestra in Northampton again with The Royal Philharmonic at the Malcolm Arnold Festival. There was one guy from the original performance who retired about 6 months before this performance so there were none of the original orchestra members left from that performance back in 1969. There were people in the orchestra who knew the piece which was lovely. When we first did it in `69 it took 2 days of solid rehearsal to get it to sound anything close to being right. This time we rehearsed in early October for about 4 hours and the first read through sounded almost note perfect so the difference in attitude is, I think, striking.

Rep.:
As well as the Durham Concerto you’ve also been busy with The Hoochie Coochie Men which is a real down to earth Blues band, which is as far removed from Classical music as you can get. Do you like to keep your musical interests rich and varied?

Jon Lord:
I’ve always thought that being a musician meant just that. I’m lucky enough to be able to play different styles and in fact love those different styles and I feel comfortable putting on different hats. I just love playing. When I was asked to put some Hammond on these songs, I listened to them and thought like it`d be great fun so I was happy to do that. I met them down in Australia in `03 and did some live dates with them. Bob Daisley is in the band and they have a terrific guitarist called Tim Gaze who also happens to be a great singer too. To me he’s an Australian Clapton. He has this lovely laid back voice and this very interesting and accomplished guitar style.

restul, aici ...

http://www.metalexpressradio.com/menu.php?main=interviews&id=755
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of, of si iara of... - de cosmacpan la: 10/09/2009 09:47:13
(la: infidelitate)
amerata tzurtzurea
cum cad picurii din ea
cand vine primevara
ca asa se tanguia
de se scurgea streasina
odata cu jalea sa

taci tacere nu tzipa
ca te-ascund cu aripa
si pe buze-ti pui verbina
sa ftaci de la radacina...

of, muica of...
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Of, of - de mazariche la: 10/09/2009 20:49:13
(la: Clasa I-a - cafeneaua.com )
of!... Si vai de mine! Crunta soarta am de dus... doamna, esti... esti... nemiloasa!
Ma creste mamaie, ca tata a plecat in lume si mama s-a luat cu altu':(((((
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ok, iat-o. Yes - The Gates of Delirium - de Bucu la: 10/10/2009 21:51:49
(la: radio cafeneaua)
de pe albumul 'Relayer' - 1974


YES - The Gates of Delirium
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point of view (George Costanza) - de adynet1 la: 02/12/2009 07:51:06
(la: Omul se trage din maimuta sau din...)
The most unfair thing about life is the way it ends. I mean,life is tough. It takes up a lot of your time. What do you get at the end of it? A death. What`s that, a bonus?
I think the life cycle is all backwards.
You should die first, get it out of the way. Then you live in an old age home. You get kicked out when you`re too young, you get a gold watch, you go to work. You work forty years until you`re young enough to enjoy retirement. You drink alcohol, you party, and you get ready for High School. You go to grade school, you become a kid, you play, you have no responsibilities, you become a little baby, you go back into the womb, you spend your last 9 months floating...then you finish off as an orgasm! Amen."
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rainbow - temple of the king - de modigliani la: 11/12/2009 19:22:58
(la: radio cafeneaua)


Rainbow - Temple Of The King
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3 exceptionala 'set the controls for the heart of the sun' - de modigliani la: 13/12/2009 14:15:44
(la: Deschidem dară o confă cu albumele Pink Floyd)





waters, of course
Dream Theater - The count of Tuscany - de Bucu la: 04/01/2010 19:52:11
(la: radio cafeneaua)

Dream Theater - The count of Tuscany
last one - 5:11 AM (The Moment of Clarity)" - de modigliani la: 05/01/2010 21:17:27
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Roger Waters 5.11 AM (The Moment of Clarity)
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