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I believe the track from In Rainbows is called Jigsaw Falling Into Place, not Jigsaw Puzzle. :)
GETTY and HITLER Opera
GETTY and HITLER Opera
GETTY AND HITLER OPERA
Directed by Grant MacDonald
Scene 44: Interior crane shot—camera pans around the Getty Museum.
Close-up of LAPD Chief Beck holding a document from White House.
LAPD Chief Beck addresses employees of the J. Paul Getty Museum:
“Officials … have found several artifacts attributed to the Nazi era. Could all employees of the Getty Museum remain in the building -- the doors are sealed. All employees of the Getty Museum … up against the wall … you’re all under arrest! Mr. Cuno; Mr. Cuno – do not go near the door – Mr. Cuno! Mr. Cuno has been shot -- Mr. Cuno!”
A voice in the background ….
“Is there something you don’t understand; Herr Getty? Do you find this amusing Herr Getty? What is it you don’t understand; Herr Getty?”
gentrification seems like a good thing, it makes a old neighborhood that is falling apart and makes it trendy, and everyone wants to live there~
why do you want to live in a worse place?
The game has changed. When I as a painter first came to nyc years ago, I lucked into a large two-room jeweler's studio in a commercially zoned building on John's St. for $150 per month. Heat was shut off at 5 on Friday, bathroom down the hall, no shower. Stole gas from Con Ed, and never answered the door since it was the workers looking for gas leaks. You can't get gems like that anymore, not in Manhattan, and now not in Brooklyn. My son came to nyc with a degree in film editing from a top university. Got a job at a very fine restaurant (Tina Fey a reg.) and was making decent money, but all the film people and film boutiques only took on internship's, the new form of slave labor. After a year of that nonsense he left nyc to take a job as a real editor on a sports film. Money is good and he is actually doing what he wants. No one wants to say it, but in the art world, there has become a class distinction, only the wealthies can afford to be artists.
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Disgusting. What sort of man would enjoy watching a woman vomit on his balls? Why are people so cruel?
Crap like this makes me wonder about the underlying nature of humanity. Does everyone secretly enjoy seeing another made inferior and submissive and in pain for the ego boost? That behavior permeates every element of life. Some people less so than others.
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This list (and many many in written in the same vein) completely ignores that there exists a HUGE chunk of Brooklyn south of all these trendy areas. Where is Bensonhurst, Gravesend, Marine Park, Flatlands...etc? The truly affordable and diverse areas are totally neglected, even though they fit the criteria of this list much better than many of those mentioned.
All these complaints about lack of greenspace...you want greenspace? Check out suburban Long Island (god forbid though, it's totally uncool)...Brooklyn isn't meant to be some kind of utopia where you can have it all...it's an urban city, and a very densely populated one at that.
...and what's up with the artsy fartsy pictures, why not show some actual pictures of the neighborhoods? That would seem like the intuitive thing to do, no? This makes Brooklyn out to be a very very homogenous clusterfuck of scenesters and pretentious artists.
TLDR: I've lived in Brooklyn my whole life and this list just outright sucks.
The van Oxley was driving was a company vehicle, maybe the company should be held liable for allowing him to drive a company vehicle on a suspended license. Oops, there is a thought. Maybe the family should go after the company that allowed him to drive their vehicle while on a suspended license.
You're right. The only one who should tell me what to put on my tits is you, for I am an ignorant fool who can't make her own choices. DIAF.
I would call that elevator a lot of things—heavy? imposing? showoffy?—but I'm not sure that rickety would be one of them. I've stayed in two rooms at the Gladstone, the better of which had a really great photo in the bathroom of a squirrel shooting lasers out of its eyes. I've been meaning to find out who did it for, um, four months now.
Kirsch didn't mention the Carlton Arms art hotel on 25th and Third Ave near Baruch College... that's a real quirky "art hotel." Worth mentioning.
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