appelles

Bitty who has always had anxiety surrounding speaking in other languages. Who took Spanish in high school because it was all they offered, sneakily got through it by writing really great essays and never talking in class. Taking French in college not only because he loves his French Canadian boyfriend to death but because he’s always had a romantic allurement to Paris and the French language and culture. Who wants to do his best speaking in this new language but struggles to verbalize the words that form so clearly in his mind. 

Cue Jack, who used to have a severe stutter, breaking out his speech pathology tricks to help Bitty get over his fear of public speaking in his second language. Helps him figure out the english words he feels comfortable with—apple—to take the place of the similar sounding French words. Je m’appelle = Je m apple. 

Jack’s little proud face when Bitty succeeds!! 

Jade se fait un peu dragouiller de manière étrange par un Terminale et le mec m’appelle “la Juive” Comment dire… je trouve ça un peu déplacé et je lui ai déjà dit. J’ai un prénom. Je déteste qu’on m’appelle comme ça. Ça me rend mal à l’aise. Alice. Je m’appelle Alice. Pas La Juive/Alice.

It’s not everyday that you get to walk the streets of Los Angeles with musician Mereba, to talk about her experience here and how the poverty stricken streets of downtown have influenced and inspired her. She wrote a two-part poem, Done Downtown, to expand on her time here after moving from Atlanta, Georgia. Mereba says “it touches on being a young wanderer in an unfamiliar place, the contradictions of wealth and extreme poverty, gentrification, and other moments I’ve had in passing with my fellow humans downtown.” Find the full poem and photoshoot here.

http://www.itshoneyvintage.com/

photographed and styled by Haley Appell

Quand ce matin il m’a appelé par mon prénom, surprise qu’il s’en souvienne, pour me demander un truc et que éh plus tard c’était à moi de l’appeler par son prénom et qu’il était aussi tout surpris ! Gnnnéééé oui c’est méga con ! Mais c’était les petits moments enjoy qu’il me faut pour tenir bon dans ce job ! En plus des collègues !

@ma-vie-est-cool m’a taguée pour que je vous montre un extrait du livre que je lis en ce moment : De l’assassinat considéré comme un des beaux-arts de Thomas de Quincey

“Cependant, les minutes sont comptées, le sable s’écoule qui mesure la durée terrestre de cette discorde. Cette nuit-même, elle prendra fin. Demain est le jour qu’en Angleterre on nomme dimanche, qu’en Écosse on appelle du nom judaïque de sabbat. Pour les deux nations, ce jour a, sous des noms différents, la même fonction ; pour l’une et l’autre, c’est un jour de repos ; cela est écrit ; oui, toi aussi, jeune Marr, tu trouveras le repos - toi et ta maisonnée, et l’étranger qui est sous ton toit. Mais ce repos doit vous échoir dans le monde d’au-delà de la tombe. En deçà de la tombe, vous avez tous dormi votre ultime sommeil.”

(en français)

Bonjour à tous ! 
Un petit post d’auto-promotion pour changer !!
Comme vous le savez, je suis bibliothécaire dans la vraie vie et en ce moment, nous sommes en train de préparer une petite soirée qui aura lieu le 4 novembre à la médiathèque de Magny le Hongre (77 - Seine & Marne). 

Avec d’autres de mes collègues nous éplucherons la Rentrée Littéraire et vous présenterons le bon et moins bon de nos lectures. Donc, si vous êtes dans le coin et que vous voulez venir, n'hésitez pas !! C’est gratuit et ouvert à tous ! :) (mais mieux vaut vous inscrire, donc donnez-nous un coup de téléphone ou envoyez moi un MP)

(merci à tous ceux qui vont partager pour nous faire de la pub !)

(pour la petite histoire, on voulait appeler la soirée Biture et Littérature mais ça a été refusé…)

1987 - La même chanson

Je l'avais repéré au voyage aller et fait promettre une halte au voyage retour. Ce navire échoué, son moteur à nu, son reflet dans l'eau noire, étaient la promesse d'une photographie, si ce n'est réussie, au minimum différente des travaux des autres élèves.
Agacé par les embouteillages, énervé par un retour vers le quotidien, pressé par sa moyenne kilométrique, il m'avait fait descendre le temps d'un cliché, puis repartir en râlant.
Le commentaire trimestriel fut sans appel :
- Non mais, vous avez vu la photo que vous avez ratée ?
Cette année, prenant le temps de m'égarer près d'un estuaire possédant sa propre épave, j'ai sans aucun appareil refait mon cadrage. En vain.

Quand j’appelle pour avoir mon planning de la semaine prochaine et que la cadre m’envoie paître parce que :
“Ca va pas être possible, vous n’êtes pas prévue en stage, personne ne m’a prévenue!”

Je suis légèrement contrariée.

It’s not everyday that you get to walk the streets of Los Angeles with musician Mereba, to talk about her experience here and how the poverty stricken streets of downtown have influenced and inspired her. She wrote a two-part poem, Done Downtown, to expand on her time here after moving from Atlanta, Georgia. Mereba says “it touches on being a young wanderer in an unfamiliar place, the contradictions of wealth and extreme poverty, gentrification, and other moments I’ve had in passing with my fellow humans downtown.” Find the full poem and photoshoot here.

http://www.itshoneyvintage.com/

photographed and styled by Haley Appell

Aujourd'hui j'ai découvert une musique absolument GENIALE.
C'est une chanson sur le citron, avec un clip complètement fou et des gens déguisés en citron. Oui oui.
Le compositeur est libanais, il s'appelle Bachar Mar-Khalife et le morceau c’est Lemon.
Allez, on met le son à fond et on shake son booty.

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Renaud Camus en conférence à Nantes pour « un appel à la révolte » [interview] - Breizh-info.com, Actualité, Bretagne, information, politique
27/09/2016 – 05H45 Nantes (Breizh-info.com) – L'écrivain, philosophe et militant politique Renaud Camus - théoricien du « grand Remplacement », sera en conférence à Nantes le 5 novembre prochain. Particulièrement incisif, et maniant à merveille l'humour noir, sur Twitter notamment (presque 10 000 abonnés) , nous l'avons interrogé afin de connaitre le contenu de sa conférence à venir; mais aussi de faire un point avec lui sur l'actualité du moment.
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Treehouse, Atlanta, USA by Peter Bahouth | via

Architect Peter Bahouth built a series of houses in the trees connected by wooden bridges in Atlanta. Inspired by his love for nature and his childhood memories of boyhood treehouses, environmentalist Peter Bahouth created this grown-up fort in his Atlanta backyard. The three rooms of this treehouse have been named ‘Mind,’ ‘Body’ and ‘Spirit’ by its owner. A suspension bridge connects the living room to the bedroom that includes a platform bed which slides out for a better view of the tree canopy.

Photography: Lindsay Appel

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Killers and Their Last Words

1. Jeffrey Dahmer- “I don’t care if I live or die. Go ahead and kill me.”

Cause of death- beaten by an inmate with a barbell


2. George Engel- “Hurrah for anarchy! This is the happiest moment of my life”

Cause of death- hanging

3. Peter Kurten- “Tell me. After my head has been chopped off, will I still be able to hear, at least for a moment, the sound of my blood gushing from the stump of my neck? That would be a pleasure to end all pleasures”

Cause of death- guillotine

4. Carl Panzram- “Hurry it up, you Hoosier bastard! I could hang a dozen men while you’re screwing around!”

Cause of death- hanging

5. John Avalos Alba- “Okay Warden, let’s do it. I love y’all. I can taste it already. I am starting to go.”

Cause of death- lethal injection

6. Timothy McVeigh- “I am the master of my fate. I am the captain of my soul.”

Cause of death- lethal injection

7. Peter Manuel- “Turn up the radio and I’ll go quietly.”

Cause of death- hanging

8. John W. Rook- “Freedom, freedom at last! It’s been a good one!”

Cause of death- lethal injection

9. Ted Bundy- “I’d like you to give my love to my family and friends.”

Cause of death- electric chair

10. Jimmy Glass- “I’d rather be fishing.”

Cause of death- electric chair

11. Aileen Wuornos- “I’d just like to say I’m sailing with the rock, and I’ll be back like Independence Day, with Jesus, June 6th. Like the movie, big mother ship and all. I’ll be back.”

Cause of death- lethal injection

12. Gary Gilmore- “Let’s do it!”

Cause of death- firing squad

13. James French- “How’s this for a headline? ‘French Fries.’”

Cause of death- electric chair

14. Roger Keith Coleman- “An innocent man is going to be murdered tonight. When my innocence is proven, I hope Americans will realize the injustice of the death penalty as all other civilized countries have.”

Cause of death- electric chair

15. Willie Shannon- “I took a father, it wasn’t my fault, it was an accident.. God knows the truth.” (To the victim’s family)- “My smile is not from happiness. If my life could bring your father back, then let it be. Don’t take my smile for disrespect. I’ll say when I see him, ‘I’m sorry.’ Go home, have fun, smile. I’m happy. Why should I lie now? I have no anger. I have no fear.”

Cause of death- gas chamber

16. George Appel- “Well, gentlemen, you are about to see a baked Appel.”

Cause of death- electric chair

17. Thomas J. Grasso- “I did not get my Spaghetti-Os, I got spaghetti. I want the press to know this.”

Cause of death- lethal injection

18. John Wayne Gacy- “Kiss my ass.”

Cause of death- lethal injection

19. Amelia Dyer- “I have nothing to say.”

Cause of death- hanging

20. Robert Charles Comer- “Go Raiders!”

Cause of death- lethal injection

21. Erskine Childers- “Take a step forward, lads. It will be easier that way.”

Cause of death- firing squad

22. Francis “Two Gun” Crowley- “You sons of bitches. Give my love to Mother.”

Cause of death- electric chair

23. Barbara Graham- “Good people are always so sure they’re right.”

Cause of death- gas chamber

24. Robert Alton Harris- “You can be a king or a street sweeper, but everyone dances with the Grim Reaper.”

Cause of death- gas chamber

25. Lionel Herrera- “I am innocent, innocent, innocent. Make no mistake about this. I owe society nothing. I am an innocent man and something very wrong is taking place tonight.”

Cause of death- lethal injection

26. Clarence Lackey- “I love you, mom.”

Cause of death- lethal injection

27. John Spenkelink- “Capital punishment: them without the capital get the punishment.”

Cause of death- electric chair

28. Gary Burris- “Beam me up.”

Cause of death- lethal injection

29. James Jackson- “See you all on the other side. Warden, murder me.. I’m ready to roll. Time to get this party started.”

Cause of death- lethal injection

30. Carlos Granados- “Kathy, (his girlfriend whom he stabbed. Granados also killed her son) you know I never meant to hurt you. I gave you everything, and that’s what made me so angry. But I never meant to hurt you. I’m sorry.”

Cause of death- lethal injection

31. Christina Marie Riggs- “There is no way words can express how sorry I am for taking the lives of my babies. Now I can be with my babies, as I always intended.”

Cause of death- lethal injection

32. William Jones- “My darling Gerti, my wife, I love you endlessly my honeybird. Till we meet again, stay strong. Love, Billy.”

Cause of death- execution 

33. James W. Chambers- “I understand the feelings of the Oestricker family, (family of his victim) and I ask their forgiveness… I want to stress to them that I did not go down there that night to harm Jerry (victim). I deeply regret how it turned out.”

Cause of death- execution

34. Rocky Barton- “I love you all, and I’m sorry for what I done. I’m sorry for killing your mom and what I done to you.”

Cause of death- lethal injection

35. David Long- “I can’t really pinpoint where it started, what happened, but really believe that’s just the bottom line, what happened to me was in California. I was in their reformatory schools and penitentiary, but ah, they create monsters in there.”

Cause of death- lethal injection

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