Thursday, May 26, 2016

ELIZABETH WARREN: "DONALD TRUMP CAN NEVER BE THE PRESIDENT

Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren spoke at the Center for Popular Democracy's annual gala on May 24, 2016. She discussed Donald Trump rooting for the 2008 housing market crash, his plans to dismantle Dodd-Frank Wall Street reform, and his decision not to release his taxes.

 "(Donald Trump) A man who cares about no one but himself, a small insecure money grabber who doesn't care who gets hurt as long he gets a profit." Elizabeth Warren. 





"I say, we throw Donald Trump down the drain!" Elisabeth Warren

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

SOUNDTRACK OF THE DAY -"YOUNG RICH AND RADICAL" BY CLUB CHEVAL

My soundtrack of the day is from French Electronic Music group called Club Cheval, and their song "Young Rich and Radical".



"THE AXE FILE" WITH JOHN STEWART, HOSTED BY DAVID AXELROD

Here's the complete video of John Stewart's interview at the University of Chicago. It's a great palate cleanser if you ever watched the awful moronic interview of Orange Orangutan aka Donald Drump and Megyn Kelly.

This gives you hope that there are still a lot of intelligent and logical people out there.

"There are enormous amount of money flowing into crazy people who are channelling populace of years past." 
"I don’t even know if Trump is eligible to run to be president. Are you eligible to run if you’re a man baby?" 
"Is not OK to have nostalgia for the Mad Men society and think that ignorance is a virtue."  John Stewart



Tuesday, May 17, 2016

BEAUTY IN ALL THE FLAWS -THE ART OF KINTSUGI

There’s a beauty in all the imperfections. This is the reason I love the art of Kintsugi. Kintsugi (Japanese: golden joinery) is the art of repairing broken pottery with lacquer dusted or mixed with gold, silver or platinum. Its general concept is highlighting or emphasizing imperfections and celebrating the missing pieces.

 The philosophy of Kintsugi treats breakage and repair as part of the history of an object, rather than something to disguise. Kintsugi started during the in the late 15th century Japanese Shogun era. Shogun Ashikaga Yoshimasa sent his favourite damaged Chinese tea bowl back to China for repairs. When it was returned, repaired with ugly metal staples, it may have prompted Japanese craftsmen to look for a more aesthetic means of repair.