terça-feira, maio 31, 2005

cria tividade no ar

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Espanha. Spanish 'Novillero' (young bull's bullfighter) Sergio Serrano is thrown into the air after being hit by his first bullock during the 'San Isidro' bullfighting fair at Las Ventas bullring in Madrid, on Monday 30 May 2005. EPA

sexta-feira, maio 20, 2005

o que é que é isto, ó meu

Sócrates: "Uhmm, olha que o Durão tem um bonito rabo".

quarta-feira, maio 18, 2005

eli fofa

A minha querida amiga rainha Elisabeth II está farta de me enviar mails para colocar o seguinte apontamento neste blog:

"I treasure this blog like i treasure my crown. If you don´t look at it with admiration you will be in for a BIG spanking. Respect the blog. Respect de crown. Respect the cock.

King Regards,
Queen Elisabeth II"

Falou e disse, e depois foi embora.

sábado, maio 14, 2005

não é para todos

Frase do dia:
"Existem já vários milhares de adeptos do Benfica no Estádio, mas do Sporting nem uma palma da mão cheia"
José Gabriel Quaresma, TVI

O digno jornalista desportivo da TVI tem talento para as calinadas em directo. São muitas e diversas. Constantes e impressionantes. Para quem quer ver imagem do Estádio da Luz antes do decisivo Benfica-Sporting, mais vale ver a TVI, mas tirar o som e colocar a TSF - há uma diferença abrupta.

É engraçado estar a ouvir os pormenores da chegada de claques e autocarros das equipas ao estádio. Antes de ir para lá convém esperar que os mais malucos já tenham entrado...


Adenda já após o jogo: De facto, os Gatos Fedorentos estão em todo o lado, até já fazem sketches para os ecrãs gigantes da Luz. Impressionante. E a vitória do Benfica, hein. É como se fossem, 15 a zero!! Quinze a zero!

sexta-feira, maio 13, 2005

modos de cria tividd

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No Senegal as mulheres gostam de vestir-se assim. Cria tivo...

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Os homens gostam de andar assim. Cria tivo...

domingo, maio 08, 2005

à mostra por nada

A woman lifts her shirt for Mardi Gras beads on the infield at Churchill Downs during Kentucky Derby day festivities, Saturday, May 7, 2005, in Louisville, Ky. The 131st Kentucky Derby is the 10th race of the day. (AP Photo/ Joe Imel)


U.S. President George W. Bush grimaces after arriving at Maastricht Aachen airport in southern Netherlands, May 7, 2005. Syria on Saturday expressed regret at a U.S. decision to extend sanctions. Photo by Jerry Lampen/Reuters


Look where we worship.

# # #

We all live in the city.

The city forms - often physically, but inevitably
psychically - a circle. A Game. A ring of death
with sex at its center. Drive toward outskirts
of city suburbs. At the edge discover zones of
sophisticated vice and boredom, child prosti-
tution. But in the grimy ring immediately surround-
ing the daylight business district exists the only
read crowd life of our mound, the only street
life, night life. Diseased specimens in dollar
hotels, low boarding houses,bars, pawn shops,
burlesques and brothels, in dying arcades which
never die, in streets and streets of all-night

# # #

When play dies it becomes the Game.

When sex dies it becomes Climax.

# # #

All games contain the idea of death.

poesia de Jim Morrison

sábado, maio 07, 2005

originalidade dos vestidos

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Senegal. Models wearing Senegalese designer dresses wait to enter the Gala dinner banquet hall for the African Gender Awards held in Dakar, Senegal Monday 02 May 2005. The Award is given to an African leader who has demonstrated outstanding achievement in encouraging peace and development through the implementation of gender-sensitive measures. This year African women, through the non-governmental organisation Femmes Africa Solidarite (FAS), honoured both President Wade of Senegal and President Mbeki of South Africa. President Wade led the decision on the gender parity policy in the Africna Union Commission in 2002. President Mbeki, as AU Chairman in 2003, led the implementation of this decision and the adoption of the Protocol to the African Charter on Human and People's Rights on the Rights of Women in Africa in 2003. EPA/NIC BOTHMA

a originalidade da tartaruga

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São tartarugas!

Venezuela. A picture of thousands of young Arrau water turtles released on Saturday 30 April 2005 at the Orinoco River, Santa Maria del Orinoco, Venezuela. For the last 11 years, Venezuela's Scientific Development Foundation FUDECI has promoted the project to raise and release young Arrau water turtles, also known as Giant South American river turtles, into Orinoco River, where the river flows between the isolated and jungle-covered states of Apure and Bolivar. In the 19th century the number of female Arrau female turtles was estimated at two million while in the late 90's only about 200 were left. FUDECI released nearly 140,000 turtles within twelve years. EPA/CHICO SANCHEZ