Talked to Londoners today....and English people around the world...as in people from the UK the country of England...and asked if they trusted their government as in the direct question, "Do you feel that there is more corruption at a federal level of government in terms of drug trafficking and or human trafficking or at a mob level such as organized crime and do you feel that if you knew of such a thing that you could comfortable call the appropriate level of jurisdiction without feeling fear?
Man at Bar , ~there is definetely at all levels of English government corruption...do I trust the law enforcement and or government? no not at all....
and the trouble is that if you're involved in at that level it is the only way to catch them and it is the only way to really know the truth behind it...you could be one of the best loyal honest government employees and sitting right next to you is the corrupt one you know it yet you do nothing about it you turn a blind eye...the reason is your afraid as a english person that his higher ups will find out and come after you and your family...so your scared to do anything about it..."
Emme, Do you see that their is at every level or at any level someone in each jurisdiction if you can reach these people that could help?"
And of course there is the american government which is the opposite...geez...i cant believe that they wont even let us keep semi automatic machine guns...
I went around Atlanta today asking people if they knew the musical The Barber of Seville...I had in mind the Sweeney Todd version which by the way is very different from The Barber of Seville...The basic concept of the Barber of Seville is a love story of a musician named Don Basillio, DOCTER Bartolo, and Rosina amoung others but she is Bartolo's ward and there is a love story along the lines of Petruchio and Kate and Taming of the Shrew but not quite; however Sweeney Todd is the one I remember seeing where the Barber drops his victims also known as clients down a trap door and they break their necks on the way down...if their lucky otherwise he sometimes takes things into his own hands and slices their throats on the way down...it is a
beautiful moving play on stage and especially Burton and Depps version where of course Depp plays the lead character perfectly...but here is the rendition of the Atlanta's version of The Barber of Seville...
Emme to the Barber cutting hair..."Can you tell me the difference of a Barber and a Stylist?"
Barber,"Yes the Barbers cut and clip and the Stylists they use Chemical Substances..."
Emme, "Such as Coloring?"
Barber, "Mostly Chemicals such as STraightners things like that...I imagine the Barber of Seville is a musical about how a barber communciates with his clients and the different charancters that come through the Barber Shop and it is probably a comedy."
2. I remember learning about it at the colelge level it is a love story a musical broadway
3. I am from china for 11 years and i am not a music guy
4.Donation from Just $5
5.I have no idea it is a bullfighting or an opera
Emme"At SEville Spain do they kill the bull?
5. "No they just put a wreath around the back of its head..." hmm
6. It is a barber singing quartets
7. Barber of Seville is a handsome spaniard that cuts hair and takes all their women!
Emme, "Sounds like Casanova to me..."
It is something like that
8.O gosh I am the worst person for that a spanish barber something happens to his family
9. Barber of Seville? It is just the way Sweeney Todd is;;;would you like some dessert>
10.The Barber of Seville is the pirates it is about piracy...
The Joint Strike Fighter, which represents the Pentagon’s largest weapons program, was supposed to be the arms program that broke the mold, proof that the Pentagon could build something affordable, dependable and without much drama.
The fighter plane, also called the F-35, incorporates stealth technology and can successfully engage enemy fighters in air-to-air combat. But it’s also built to support ground combat units in today’s wars.
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A cost-effective F-35 is critical to the future combat needs of the military. And creating three versions with a similar core —
one each for the Air Force, the Navy and the Marines — was supposed to make it more affordable.
Here I am at the top of Vesuvius after hiking 15 kilometers to the top of the world famous volano
that covered Pompei
The signs at the climb of Vesuvius and the view from almost the top
Derek Zoolander: And?
Hansel: And it was. I was totally fine. I've never even been to Mount Vesuvius.
African Renaissance Monument, a 160-foot statue of a man, woman, and child emerging from a volcano. The monument is meant to commemorate Senegal's 50 years of independence, but many see it as a monument to the vanity of 83-year-old President Abdoulaye Wade, who has made the $25 million statue his pet project. Religious groups have also condemned its pseudo-Soviet artistic style and the scantily clad female figure.
But Wade is hardly alone in his outsized ambition and dubious aesthetic sensibility. What follows are 10 more examples of why bad art and bad politics are a dangerous combination.
"Look upon my works, ye Mighty, and despair!" - Percy Bysshe Shelley