Saturday, May 4, 2013

Lydia we are one disco version caligula love theme | Huffington Post SAT MAY 4TH, 2013BRIE DYAS Ernest Hemingway's House In Key West Has Charm, Cats And A Urinal Fountain (PHOTOS)

Lydia we are one disco version caligula love theme

Uploaded on Aug 6, 2008
When the infamous caligula was released, as part of the promotion the love theme music was released in a disco version.
it's incredibly cheesy - yet great!
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    Prokofiev - Romeo & Juliet - Juliet's Funeral And Death

    Uploaded on Jul 10, 2009
    Prokofiev - Romeo & Juliet - Juliet's Funeral And Death

    Ernest Hemingway's House In Key West Has Charm, Cats And A Urinal Fountain (PHOTOS)
    On this day in 1953, Ernest Hemingway won the Pulitzer for fiction for "The Old Man And The Sea." You know, the book you pretended to read in high school. I don't know how you bluffed your way through that essay, either. But as an adult, you'd most likely appreciate the book's straightforward writing style and symbolism.

    You'd also appreciate a look into Papa's home in Key West. He lived at this gorgeous estate between 1931 and 1940, where it served as stomping grounds for his circle of friends (including Marlene Dietrich, of all people) and a six-toed cat.


    Governo di larghe intese: la guardia del bidone dell'Austerity
    L'autorevole editorialista del Financial Times, Wolfgang Munchau, scriveva sul suo giornale il 28 aprile che "paradossalmente la sola maniera di rendere sostenibile la posizione attuale dell'Italia nell'eurozona consiste, in linea di principio, nella capacità di essere pronti a lasciare l'euro. Se invece, per principio preso, il governo italiano scarta questa opzione, aumenta davvero per l'Italia la probabilità di uscire dall'euro, poiché ci sarà una minore pressione sui paesi dell'eurozona nell'attuare i cambiamenti necessari".

    La risposta italiana non si è fatta attendere. In modo implicito nel recente tour di Enrico Letta, fatto più che altro per rassicurare la Merkel e Barroso, senza al contempo dispiacere troppo ad Hollande. In modo esplicito nell'intervista del nuovo ministro dell'economia a Repubblica del 3 maggio, nella quale Fabrizio Saccomanni definisce senza se e senza ma il deficit del 3% (e quindi tutta l'impalcatura dei trattati europei vecchi e nuovi) "un limite invalicabile, per quest'anno e per quelli successivi".


    Hot Docs 2013: 'Furever' Is The Festival's Crazy Cat Lady
    Hot Docs has always done a fantastic job finding the stories that ask what it means to be human, even if it means screening documentaries on animals to do it.

    2013 was another stellar year at the festival for films that explored the animal kingdom, from one man’s love for a fox to delving inside the mind of a killer whale. Special mention goes to the Canadian production "The Ghosts In Our Machine"which begs serious ethical questions about our relationship with sentient beings in a world fraught with factories and fur farming.


    Syrians Flee Sunni 'Sectarian Cleansing' By Assad Forces In Costal Towns Banias And Al-Bayda
    Thousands of Syrians have fled costal towns, amid reports that roving pro-government gunmen were targeting people in the area, killing men, women and children.

    Gruesome images of burnt bodies, dead or dying children and mutilated corpses, purportedly from the towns, were widespread on TV stations and video sites. Experts at AP said they appeared genuine.


    Darrell Issa: State Department Officials To Testify On Benghazi Attack
    Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) said three witnesses will testify Wednesday on the 2012 terrorist attack on the American diplomatic post in Benghazi, Libya.

    State Department officials Gregory Hicks, Mark Thompson and Eric Nordstrom were identified as the "whistleblowers" who will testify on the Benghazi attack that left U.S. ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans dead.


    U.S. Monitoring Venezuela's Political Crackdown On Opposition, Obama Says

    May 3 (Reuters) - The United States is watching "crackdowns on the opposition" in Venezuela, President Barack Obama said in a television interview aired on Friday when asked if he considered newly elected Nicolas Maduro to be the country's legitimate president.
    Maduro, elected in April by a narrow margin, earlier this year accused the United States of seeking to kill opposition leader Henrique Capriles to stir chaos and spark a coup. Maduro's mentor and predecessor, the late Hugo Chavez, was one of the world's most vocal critics of the United States.
    "I think that the entire hemisphere has been watching the violence, the protests, the crackdowns on the opposition," Obama said in the interview with Univision News during a trip to Mexico. "I think our general view has been that it's up to the people of Venezuela to choose their leaders in legitimate elections."
    Opposition-led protests the day after the April 14 vote turned violent and, according to the government, caused nine deaths. Maduro accused Capriles of trying to start a coup against him.
    The opposition says officials exaggerated the violence, and some of the deaths were caused by common crime. It accuses the government of persecuting state employees who voted for Capriles, and arresting some activists, in what it calls a wave of repression.
    "Our approach to the entire hemisphere is not ideological. It's not rooted back in the Cold War. It's based on the notion of our basic principles of human rights and democracy and freedom of press and freedom of assembly. Are those being observed?" Obama said.
    "There are reports that they have not been fully observed post-election," he added. "I think our only interest at this point is making sure that the people of Venezuela are able to determine their own destiny free from the kinds of practices that the entire hemisphere generally has moved away from."
    Obama held up Mexico's peaceful transition from a conservative to a centrist government last year, and flagged examples in Colombia, Chile and Peru.
    The United States angered Maduro when it last month held back recognition of his narrow victory over Capriles. (Reporting by Steve Holland and Mark Felsenthal; Writing by Simon Gardner; Editing by Lisa Shumaker)


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