I grew up on television in the 1970s. Back then, we didn’t have the modern gadgets and smart appliances and devices of today. We either have the TV on or we were playing outside and making mud cakes in the rain. 89 more words
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I need to acknowledge the work of 2 women not cited in what follows for reasons of time: the end of the paper would not have been possible without Tracy Thompson’s urbanist studies of the Atlanta metropolitan area; Maya Andrea Gonzalez’s engagement with materialist feminism is the reason Leopoldina Fortunati’s and Federici’s work is on the lips of so many revolutionary Marxists at the moment and though this paper doesn’t yet engage them directly Gonzalez’s own contriubtions are invaluable; though she is cited, I want to acknowledge that the rational kernel form which this project spun can be comes from Noa Steimatzky whose projects imply all of what I attempt to elaborate in what follows, from the revisions of Giorgio Agamben’s figuration on. 3,729 more words
O bătrână găsește un bebeluș. Hotărăște să-l păstreze, cu zâmbetul pe buze. Cine este micul străin, numit mai târziu Totò? El va continua ciclul Vieții, luându-și, la scurt timp, … 424 more words
I found it difficult to believe that I would actually watch a film directed by Italian director Vittorio De Sica at all during this challenge, so when I saw that Bicycle Thieves was on Netflix I literally jumped at the opportunity to see it. 130 more words