Quote of the Week

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"'I learned more from Black Flag than I ever did from Stevens or cummings[sic] or Yeats or even Lowell, but my God, holy shit, Black Flag is poetry man.'
'Black Flag ... Black Flag ... who is this Black Flag?'"

„‚Vielleicht aus dem gleichen Motiv wie damals Eifersucht.‘[sic]“

"The number of emotional cripples and close to certifieably insane people who hold down top jobs and run business empires - it's amazing."

"The radio was playing a tune by a singer who would kill himself a month after closure, not that the two were related in any way [...]. Here we are now, entertain us."

"(or embarazada, as the Mexicans so aptly put it)"

"Regular as clockwork the old excuses came back into the alert, sad and dissatisfied brain - nothing ever matched the deep excitement of the regular desire."

"'What difference it make if you kill a yellow man or a white bigot? You explain it to me, Lieutenant. You went to college.'"

"And if you don't like it, don't blame me. Blame Mr. Ruiz with his te cagarste [sic] at the break of dawn. And then kindly go fuck yourself!"

"'It's just my philosophy. You know. Pain can't kill you. Unless it's really bad.'"

Frau Klein hat a schwere Schlach auffe Kopp bekomme und war unne Droge.‘

"And for what?
So North Americans can get high."

"They gulped coffee, chewed their nails, and never thought they would be so excited about a trip to Iraq."

"And Ray, smiling in satisfaction, let him have his way."

"...they shot the President and machine-gunned the Congress and the army declared a state of emergency. They blamed it on the Islamic fanatics, at the time."

"We had to marry Ramón to Suli in a hurry because at thirteen he had fallen in love with a Haitian woman, for whose ardent steatopygia [...] witchcraft and exorcisms were no match."

Aquí la portada del mítico disco "Amor Frenopatico" del grupo Commando 9mm porque comparte diseño con el olvidado libro "MANICOMIO", ISBN: 84-7442-069-5, de Jordi Sierra i Fabra que cito a continuación:

"Sabían [
...] esas figuras [...] que el cerebro es la máquina más perfecta, pero también la más frágil del mundo?"

"And Ontario for breaking my heart."

„‚Ausgerechnet beim letzten Schabbes kann er nichts essen. Das werde ich diesen gottverdammten Nazis nie verzeihen.‘“