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A friend once did begin a conversation with a so common question, why we used to preserve old builds as heritage. Her point was at the choice motto. 736 more words


Modern Art and Indignation

I’ve never really understood abstract art or most modern art. Perhaps I’m simply not cultured enough but dots on a canvas just doesn’t do anything for me. 605 more words


But Seriously Folks

As regular followers of this blog know, I try not to weigh into controversial topics very much. Except when I do.

There is a bit of a hue and cry over questionable comments made recently by a Nobel laureate professor of medicine in London, with the issue sparking a fair amount of commentary in news columns and on many blogs.   1,013 more words


The Home in Homeless

My brother brought home a homeless guy. He was as you imagine: scruffy, covered in dirt, yellow teeth, uncomely. He wore a beat-up jacket covered in all manner of stink spots. 709 more words



“An attitude of permanent indignation signifies great mental poverty. Politics compels its votaries to take that line and you can see their minds growing more and more impoverished every day, from one burst of righteous anger to the next.”

~ Paul Valery, Tel Quel

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This is it...!

So, today’s upset has me back at the beginning of the track-I need to do this for myself.

The whole YouTube star thing kind of wallowed for a bit; but, now, I’m mad-again-and really, there’s no reason to… 528 more words


FilmNation Launching James Schamus' Helming Debut 'Indignation' - Cannes

EXCLUSIVE: Glen Basner’s FilmNation Entertainment has added James Schamus’ directorial debut, Indignation, to its strong international sales roster here in Cannes. This is the project that’s based on the bestselling 2008 Philip Roth novel which Schamus has adapted for the screen. 302 more words

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