Coming Home - Leon Bridges
Be Your Man - Moses Jordan
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|The masses being driven into a coffin: "Never knew pain like this, everything die, then die... bury me."|
|"Bury me, marry me to the sky"|
|"The wind, moon the earth, the sky, Sky so high. Never knew pain like this, everything die"|
|Lovers oblivious in the corner "Never knew love like this... Feels like time is on my time... Cherokee, kissing me, When I'm on my way down"|
|"Bury me upside down"|
Uploaded on Sep 24, 2010
Stephen Colbert testifies at a House Judiciary Hearing on the state of agricultural jobs in the U.S. These are his opening remarks
The reason for Colbert's appearance was because of a program launched by the United Farm Workers: Take Our Jobs, which invited legal citizens and residents to replace undocumented workers in the fields. Colbert had used his program in the past to highlight this initiative by performing field labor for a day.
At the end of your trial, it is inappropriate to hug any judge above county-court level. Jurors will appreciate a raised hand, and a mouthed “Thanks”. One’s own counsel can be hugged – it’s included in the fees, and given the size of those fees, it’s often possible to negotiate a bit of head massage, too.
Men who turn up in social situations finagling hugs from women they know only vaguely should be hugged solely to identify them to the police.
Bad news that can’t be delivered with a hug: I’ve got syphilis. Your ribs are broken. She was crushed to death by a python.
As I’ve said elsewhere: Nothing is so obvious that it’s obvious. When someone says that something is obvious, it seems almost certain that it is anything but obvious – even to them. The use of the word “obvious” indicates the absence of a logical argument – an attempt to convince the reader by asserting the truth of something by saying it a little louder.
Dakin: ”I’ve been reading this book by Kneeshaw.””Kneeshaw... Frederick Kneeshaw.”Scripps: ”I think that’s pronounced Nietzsche."Dakin, referring to Hector: “He let me call him Kneeshaw.”
|And the oft quoted gobbet from the play, if only people read/ watched it as much as they quoted it.|
|Untitled - 2001|
|Gagosian Gallery catalogue|
|Wilder Shores of Love|
|at the Menil Collection|