Yeah, come on.
Love my girl.
She lookin' good.
Feel it, come on.
One more..

Five to one, baby, one in five.
No one here gets out alive, now.
You get yours, baby, I'll get mine.
Gonna make it, baby, if we try..

The old get old, and the young get stronger.
May take a week, and it may take longer.
They got the guns, but we got the numbers.
Gonna win yeah, we're taking over.
Come on!

Yeah!

Your ballroom days are over, baby.
Night is drawing near.
Shadows of the evening
Crawl across the years.

You walk across the floor
With a flower in your hand.
Trying to tell me no one understands
Trade in your hours for a handful dimes
Gonna make it, baby, in our prime..

Come together one more time
Get together one more time
(Get together one more time.)
Get together one more time
(Get together one more time.)
Get together, ah ha.
(Get together one more time.)
Get together one more time!
(Get together one more time.)
Get together one more time!
(Get together one more time.)
Get together one more time
(Get together one more time.)
Get together one more time
(Get together one more time.)
Get together, gotta, get together
(Get together one more time.)

Ahhh!

Hey, come on, honey.
You go along home and wait for me, baby
I'll be there in just a little while.
You see, I gotta go out in this car
With these people and get -

Get together one more time
Get together one more time
Get together, got to
Get together, got to
Get together, got to
Take you up in the mountains and...
Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha.
Love my girl.
She lookin' good, lookin' real good
Love ya, come on.
Yeah.
Come on...

 

 


(Don't stop to speak or look around
Your gloves & fan are on the ground
We're getting out of town
We're going on the run
And you're the one I want to come)

Not to touch the earth
Not to see the sun
Nothing left to do, but
Run, run, run
Let's run
Let's run..

House upon the hill
Moon is lying still
Shadows of the trees
Witnessing the wild breeze
C'mon baby run with me
Let's run..

Run with me
Run with me
Run with me
Let's run..

The mansion is warm, at the top of the hill
Rich are the rooms and the comforts there
Red are the arms of luxuriant chairs
And you won't know a thing till you get inside
Dead president's corpse in the driver's car
The engine runs on glue and tar
C'mon along, not going very far
To the East to meet the Czar..

Run with me
Run with me
Run with me
Let's run..

Some outlaws lived by the side of a lake
The minister's daughter's in love with the snake
Who lives in a well by the side of the road
Wake up, girl! We're almost home, yeah!

Sun, sun, sun
Burn, burn, burn
Moon, moon, moon
I will get you
Soon!
Soon!
Soon!
I am the Lizard King
I can do anything...

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06 March 2014

 

People are strange when you're a stranger
Faces look ugly when you're alone
Women seem wicked when you're unwanted
Streets are uneven when you're down
When you're strange
Faces come out of the rain
When you're strange
No one remembers your name
When you're strange...

 

 

Yeah, c'mon
When the music's over
When the music's over, yeah
When the music's over
Turn out the lights
Turn out the lights
Turn out the lights, yeah
When the music's over
When the music's over
When the music's over
Turn out the lights
Turn out the lights
Turn out the lights
For the music is your special friend
Dance on fire as it intends
Music is your only friend
Until the end
Until the end
Until the end
Cancel my subscription to the Resurrection
Send my credentials to the House of Detention
I got some friends inside
The face in the mirror won't stop
The girl in the window won't drop
A feast of friends
"Alive!" she cried
Waitin' for me
Outside!
Before I sink
Into the big sleep
I want to hear
I want to hear
The scream of the butterfly
Come back, baby
Back into my arm
We're gettin' tired of hangin' around
Waitin' around with our heads to the ground
I hear a very gentle sound
Very near yet very far
Very soft, yeah, very clear
Come today, come today
What have they done to the earth?
What have they done to our fair sister?
Ravaged and plundered and ripped her and bit her
Stuck her with knives in the side of the dawn
And tied her with fences and dragged her down
I hear a very gentle sound
With your ear down to the ground
We want the world and we want it...
We want the world and we want it...
Now
Now?
Now!
Persian night, babe
See the light, babe
Save us!
Jesus!
Save us!
So when the music's over
When the music's over, yeah
When the music's over
Turn out the lights
Turn out the lights
Turn out the lights
Well the music is your special friend
Dance on fire as it intends
Music is your only friend

Until the end
Until the end
Until the end!

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04 March 2014

RT anchor Abby Martin spoke out against Russia's military action against Ukraine during broadcast on Monday.

"Just because I work here, for RT, doesn't mean I don't have editorial independence and I can't stress enough how strongly I am against any military intervention in sovereign nations' affairs. What Russia did is wrong," she said at the end of RT's Breaking the Set...

 

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02 March 2014

 

In a cavern, in a canyon,
Excavating for a mine
Dwelt a miner forty niner,
And his daughter Clementine..

Light she was and like a fairy,
And her shoes were number nine,
Herring boxes, without topses,
Sandals were for Clementine..

Clementine! Clementine!
Oh my darling, Clementine!

Drove she ducklings to the water
Ev'ry morning just at nine,
Hit her foot against a splinter,
Fell into the foaming brine..

Ruby lips above the water,
Blowing bubbles, soft and fine,
But, alas, I was no swimmer,
So I lost my Clementine..

Clementine! Clementine!
Oh my darling, Clementine!

Then the miner forty niner
Soon began to peak and pine.
Thought he ought'er join his daughter,
Now he's with his Clementine..

In my dreams she still does haunt me,
Robed in garments soaked in brine.
Though in life I used to hug her,
In death I draw the line..

Clementine! Clementine!
Oh my darling, Clementine!

How I missed her! How I missed her,
How I missed my Clementine,
So I kissed her little sister,
I forgot my Clementine..

 

Oh my darling...

 

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26 February 2014

the director of 'groundhog day' died on february 24, 2014 leaving behind his films and this interview:

 

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25 February 2014

having seen 'eternal sunshine of the spotless mind' now it's time for you to decide which of the posters you like best.. a comment explaining your decision is going to be most welcome..

but before you do it, please investigate what pszp means.. the poster for the news item you're reading right now is a tribute to a man who's passed away in the last few weeks...

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24 February 2014

Ukraine crisis: Obama attacks Putin over Russia's role

Dan Roberts in Toluca
theguardian.com, Thursday 20 February 2014 03.44 GMT

 

US president accuses his Russian counterpart of failing to respect people’s basic freedoms in both Ukraine and Syria

Barack Obama has sharply criticised Russian support for crackdowns in Ukraine and Syria, calling for a transitional government in Kiev and personally accusing Vladimir Putin of failing to respect basic freedoms in both countries.

In his most explicit comments yet on alleged Kremlin involvement, the president used a press conference at the North American leaders’ summit in Mexico to warn against viewing the countries as a “cold war chessboard”, insisting the US was “on the side of the people”.

“You have, in this situation, one country that has clearly been a client state of Russia, another whose government is currently being supported by Russia, where the people obviously have a very different view and vision for their country,” said Obama.

“I think this is an expression of the hopes and aspirations of people inside of Syria and people inside of the Ukraine who recognise that basic freedoms – freedom of speech, freedom of assembly, fair and free elections – are fundamental rights that everybody wants to enjoy.”

Obama continued with an unusually personal attack on the Russian president, suggesting recent setbacks in Ukraine and at Syrian peace talks had pushed their already strained relationship to a fresh low.

“Mr Putin has a different view on many of those issues [of basic freedom] and I don’t think that there’s any secret on that,” he said.

“Our approach in the United States is not to see these as some cold war chessboard in which we’re in competition with Russia. Our goal is to make sure that the people of Ukraine are able to make decisions for themselves about their future, that the people of Syria are able to make the decisions without having bombs going off.

“There are times, I hope, where Russia will recognise that over the long term they should be on board with those values and interests as well. Right now there are times where we have strong disagreements.”

Both Obama and the Canadian prime minister, Stephen Harper, who shared the stage at the press conference in Toluca, were cautious about reports of a truce with Ukrainian protestors, urging political leaders in Kiev to go further and establish a transitional government.

“My hope is at this point that a truce may hold,” said Obama. “But Stephen is exactly right; ultimately the government is responsible for making sure that we shift towards some sort of unity government, even if it’s temporary, that allows us to move to fair and free elections so that the will of the Ukrainian people can be rightly expressed without the kinds of chaos we’ve seen on the streets, without the bloodshed that all of us I think strongly condemn.”

Events in Kiev have overshadowed the Mexico summit and precipitated a rapid hardening of the US position over the last 24 hours. Arriving on Wednesday morning, Obama directed his criticism solely at the Ukrainian government, which he said was “primarily responsible for making sure that it is dealing with peaceful protesters in an appropriate way”.

Later in Washington the state department was more explicit in its comments on Russian involvement but said it was difficult to be sure exactly how much of an influence Kremlin support had played.

“We’ve seen a pattern of [financial support] beginning with the $15bn in loans that Russia offered in December,” said a senior state department official. “But these have been non-transparent discussions. So it’s very hard to have a good ability to analyse. And with regard to how it might have influenced President Yanukovych’s thinking, I personally have long since stopped trying to read his mind.”

Obama showed little hesitation in blaming Russian support for exacerbating the Ukrainian crisis.

“When I speak to Mr Putin, I’m very candid about those disagreements,” added Obama. “But I want to emphasise this. The situation that happened in Ukraine has to do with whether or not the people of Ukraine can determine their own destiny.”

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24 February 2014

Mirosław Czech: W sobotę 22 lutego z samego rana bp Stanisław Szyrokoradiuk, biskup pomocniczy archidiecezji kijowsko-żytomierskiej Kościoła rzymsko-katolickiego na Ukrainie, przyniósł na Majdan krzyż miłosierdzia poświęcony przez Jana Pawła II. Krzyż - mówił do zebranego tłumu - wędruje do stolic różnych krajów świata i za jego pośrednictwem dokonują się cuda. Jeśli gdzieś trwały konflikty, to dzięki niemu ustają. "Zobaczycie, że i u nas będzie podobnie".

Następnie wyjął z kieszeni sutanny kartkę papieru. Biblia - mówił - opisuje wyjście narodu wybranego z niewoli egipskiej. Jesteśmy w podobnej sytuacji, bo nasz faraon nie chce nas wypuścić ze swojej niewoli. Gdy jednak Bóg kogoś chce ukarać, to odbiera mu rozum. Nie inaczej stało się z naszym faraonem, bo i na niego spadły plagi. Po raz pierwszy, gdy odmówił podpisania umowy stowarzyszeniowej z UE. I tak po kolei hierarcha wymienił dziewięć plag, którymi były momenty konfrontacji z Majdanem aż do apogeum z krwawym czwartkiem 20 lutego. "Plagą dziesiątą będzie próba podzielenia kraju, lecz to mu się nie uda. I wtedy nastąpi jego koniec" - podsumował.

Na podstawie opowieści biblijnej bp Stanisław przewidział rozwój sytuacji na Ukrainie. Inaczej niż międzynarodowa opinia publiczna, a także - jak się wydaje - dyplomaci i analitycy. Widać, jak bardzo należało się wsłuchać w głos ludzi na Majdanie...

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