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Guy Debord

Guy Debord

“In societies where modern conditions of production prevail, all of life presents itself as an immense accumulation of spectacles. Everything that was directly lived has moved away into a representation.” ― Guy Debord . Guy Debord worried over the governments and media in everyday life through mass production and consumption. .
The cat on the window-sill

The cat on the window-sill

The cat The cat on the window-sill. This girl was peering through the window-pane. Malgosia is a friendly cat. Malgosia is a fat cat. She makes me laugh. She is a good cat. Not all cats are good but she is very good. I do not see her very often. But she does come at Ieast once a week. Whenever I see her I smile. We wonder what she does when we do n
Devotion

Devotion

"Greyfriars Bobby. Died 14th January 1872 aged 16 years old. Let his loyalty and devotion be a lesson to us all." This is a story which actually happened in nineteenth century Edinburgh. It portrays the touching relationship between one man and his dog. Wherever Auld Jock (real name John Gray) went, his canine best friend, Bobby, always followed cl
Starting the day with a smile: Patsy Cline

Starting the day with a smile: Patsy Cline

Starting the day with a smile It so happened that I sung a song from Patsy Cline. Patsy Cline sung like an angel to bring such a joy. So now as I walk out into the world outside I smile

der Zappelphilipp 

der Zappelphilipp A ‘Zappelphilipp’ is a word given to a child who is restless, fidgety, and generally cannot sit still. ‘Zappel’ comes from the verb ‘zappeln’ – to fidget. ‘Philipp’ is exactly what it looks like – a boy’s name. Why Philipp? The name comes from the Heinrich Hoffmann character in Struwwelpeter, a 19thcentury Ge
Mindfulness

Mindfulness

Mindfulnes As I travel through Europe it seems that 'Mindfulness' is a popular topic as so many are reading about it. There it is. Mindfulness People reading about it on the planes. People reading 'mindfulness' on the trains. Mindfulness readon the beaches It seems to be everywhere. . . Mindfulness involves self regulation and attention to an immed
Art to admire

Art to admire

Sometimes when you are on holiday There is this pull to go to museums. Museums, Art Galleries, Cultural And then in the middle of nowhere Sparse of decoration Hangs a picture Pause. Admire. And then invigorated, the day, has now a purpose.
knights six

knights six

There is another attack at the lego castle . Then six men from each of the castles marched also did the six machines. The king watchedthe battle from the windows They had fired out some arrows so the battle was short. When the king had seen the six men come back he had known that none his knights had been killed but that two of the black knights ha
A lovely day of cycling

A lovely day of cycling

A lovely day of cycling I was just cycling in this forest path with I noticed the bare roots showing up. It is quite unusual for normally the roots are buried in the earth
Squirrels

Squirrels

Squirrels The number of red squirrels in Britain, which is the native squirrel, is rapidly declining with only 140,000 left. The grey squirrel, which came from North America about 150 years ago, outcompetes the reds squirrel for food and carries the fatal virus ’squirrel pox’. Conservationists decided to fight back, as the red squirrels could o