viernes, 8 de junio de 2012

ta noche explota Confesionario Radio!

la cantante encantada LIZA CASULLO (foto) en vivo con guitarra, Santiago Loza Puro Teatro, Gabriela Cabezón Cámara recita a Juana de Ibarbourou, Sergio Rainieri sobre TW y política, Confesionario y amigos Radio. para escuchar y compartir. 87.9fm radiouba http://186.153.1.2/5daaqaibaqmuai2eqrqoddrisrngdyug
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jueves, 7 de junio de 2012

El detalle en el mundo infinito


Pablo Siquier, cual Funes el memorioso, recuerda desde los 8 años pequeños detalles como hojas peludas,   en los mundos infinitos de los cuadros de Escher.

El mejor libro es el que desaparece y el lector se va. Se va a escribir.





cita de Macedonio Fernandez citada por María Negroni en Libro Marcado--- Pablo Siquier que , cual Funes el memorioso recuerda exactamente detalles y de los mundos infinitos dibujados por Escher desde los 8 años.


miércoles, 6 de junio de 2012

es hoy!


el momento de "Me gustan las tortugas"

Last Sunday brought another edition of Periodismo Para Todos, an infotainment show hosted by serial smoker and controversial journalist Jorge Lanata that has become the de facto leader of the political opposition. Whatever new “scandal” Lanata hits Cristina with, we know that the opposition will bite on it and parrot it for days until whatever new controversy arises.  This week his show focused on how Cristina hates to give press conferences (she’s only given a few during her presidency and when she does she is very aggressive towards any reporters who are ideologically different), and featured a surprise appearance by dozens of prominent journalists who chanted in unison “Queremos preguntar!” (“We want to ask questions”). Once the impromptu Greek chorus settled down, Lanata gave his guests a chance to address the President directly on live television and ask her the questions that they are not able to ask to her face. Just imagine, so many things! Inflation! Corruption! The dollar! Rising insecurity! So Argentine TV and radio legend Fernando Bravo, who doesn’t have a Wikipedia page in English so I guess he’s not that much of a legend, was the one chosen to unleash the blitz first because of his sharp tongue and acute political savvy. As the crowd went silent and the entire country sat on the edge of their seat in horror, petrified by his imminent words, Lanata approached the microphone and said: “Fernando, what would you like to ask?” And then Fernando had an “I like turtles” moment and said “Uhm, I’d like to ask the President… what does she think about this show we’re doing?” (00:44 mark). Everyone’s jaws automatically dislocated in disbelief due to the resounding stupidity of his question, and because just like that he had fucked up the entire momentum of the segment. You can even hear a few subtle chuckles by his colleagues in the back! Are you still wondering why journalism is dying?