Charles Bukowski: “It’s the only good fight there is”

Don’t try. Written on Charles Bukowski’s gravestone. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I write this on the occasion of the birthday of Charles Bukowski, but it is not his biography. Only...

I consume, therefore I am

In Wim Wenders’ documentary film Buena Vista Social Club about the music of Cuba we see some great old-Cuban musicians playing music and talk...

This is not a coup, my dear

Forget about Kafka. You are Joseph K. and your trial has just begun. We will come over to your house and we won’t bother to...

Daniel Day-Lewis’ insane approach

I saw him for the first time in “My left foot”. A man condemned by fate and society to remain a trash, an effluvium...

Me, myself and Iphone

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Malcolm X, the portrait of a free man.

“Our position has never changed. If you sit at the back of the plane and it's going a hundred miles an hour, and you're on the back of the plane, well it can start going a thousand miles an hour; you're going faster, but you're still at the back of the plane. And that's the same way with the Negro in this society, we started out at the rear and we're still in the rear.”