(Haha, bitchy, catty Harry Reid is my favorite Harry Reid! The more he talks, the more I adore him.)
“David Vitter is a, um … he just is not playing with a full deck. Something is wrong there,” Senator Harry Reid said, pointing to his head. (Bwahahahaha!)
Senator David Vitter responded: “Unfortunately, the deck I’m playing with in the Harry Reid Senate is quite full -– of jokers.” (David, you are a grown man who wears diapers for fun. That is all.)
Michel Gondry is a French video and movie director (Human Nature, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, etc.) who collaborated with Björk since her “Debut” album. The two of them have a fruitful partnership, which resulted in several amazing videos. I read somewhere that Gondry found Björk especially inspiring, leading him to trust his creative instinct more. Björk found an interesting interpretor in Gondry (they have a tight collaboration, however, and it seems Björk is very much involved in the process). I want to underline here the interest Gondy had in expressing Björk’s singularity through his concepts and visuals.
You will find below links to the beautiful and moving “Bachelorette”, with its incredible narrative illustrated by several “mises en abîmes”, frames within frames, stories within stories, that eventually come fill circle, when the first story finally reclaims the narrative. Indeed, as shown in his directing works, Gondry often seems more interested in promoting…
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The segment is nine minutes long, but a good segment for certain
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Polonium was discovered in 1898 by the scientists Marie Curie and Pierre Curie. It is a rare, unstable, highly radioactive element found in uranium ore. In terms of equivalent mass, polonium is around 250,000 times more toxic than hydrogen cyanide – and there is no antidote.
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