Somehow, we missed this video series, entitled "Slavoj Zizek Reacts to the Internet," that came out March of this year. It consists only of four episodes, though the first two are far better than the latter two. This, of course, is not Slavoj Zizek, but it might as well be. The impression is pretty good, but the analysis of Keyboard Cat could have been pulled from Zizek himself. Enjoy.
By Pablo Bardin The long-awaited day finally came: Marth Argerich joined Daniel Barenboim onstage for the first time in their fantastic careers in the city where they made their débuts. Argerich remains a unique phenomenon in the world of female pianists, and there’s no other musician than Daniel Barenboim at his pinnacle both as a pianist and a conductor. And both are Argentine.
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It’s hard to imagine being the first human being to look at a plant like, say, a stinging nettle and think, “I probably shouldn’t eat this, on account of the general agony it would cause me. But what if I cooked it first?” So you prepare it and nervously drop it down your gullet—and luckily…
1,2089703 Thousands of nazis and football fans have rioted to celebrate Germany’s winning FIFA’s World Cup, hailed in warrior nationalist language by the German President: “Germany crushed Brazil.” In Hamburg, Berlin, Marburg, Köln, Dresden, Hannover, Bremen, Bochum, Annaberg, Dortmund, Wiesbaden Nazis chanted “Heil Hitler” and “Germany above all”, while cops did not react. Quite the conrtary, cops took selfies withRead More
RIO DE JANEIRO - Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko will attend the World Cup final in Rio de Janeiro — along with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Brazilian authorities said Saturday.An official . . .