Sunday, May 22, 2011

Rebecca Black «Friday»


Friday, friday..This voice stuck in my head.

Movie «Friday» was flooded on Youtube February 10, but has long remained unnoticed. A month later, on March 11, comedian Michael J. Nelson left in his Twitter account "Let this be your rest week. Also, this is the answer to the question "What is the song - the worst in the history of mankind?". In Nelson there were very few subscribers by the standards of Twitter, a total of 19 thousand, but the link quickly began to spread like a virus. By 15 March at the movie was already three million hits, the 17 th - 10 million, and the song hit the top 100 singles on iTunes.

Rolling Stone magazine called «Friday» unconscious parody of all of modern pop music. «Friday» - a mix of the three biggest hits of recent times, in fact: The Black Eyed Peas «I Gotta Feeling», Ke$ha «TiK ToK», Justin Bieber «Baby»

Victor Ginzburg «Empire V»

Directed «Generation M " is going to film another book Pelevin

American director of Russian origin Victor Ginzburg, author of therecently released «Generation M " has acquired the film rights toanother novel Pelevin - «Empire V». The subtitle of the bookpromises the reader "a story about this Superman"in the history of the newly converted vampire Ramah, teaching them the basics of glamor and discourse.

Painting razdvinet limits of a genre of films about vampires - just asit extended the scope of Pelevin in his book. This is a terrificargument about the state of modern society and its obsession with blood, beauty, and money. It is based on the history of growingyoung vampire and love drama that takes place in Moscow today.

In the «Generation M" Ginsburg extremely punctual apply to Pelevin, writing it almost word for word, for which he received an approving response from the writer himself, who admitted that the movie "turned out". Shooting «Empire V» should start in the spring of 2012. At the same time the planned output of the German adaptation of another novel Pelevin Chapaev and void "under the name" Lil Buddha ", which deals with an American Tony Pemberton.

Fred Perry by Richard Nicoll SS11

Women's spring-summer collection for Fred Perry this year,performed by Richard Nicole.

Tie-bows in the western style, tops in pastel colors, decorated withdecorative pearls, shirts, dresses printovannogo silk, cottonjackets with the addition of Lurex refer to the legacy of the 50s. Do not forget designer and traditional polo shirts, executed from dyedcotton peak. Together with stylized Harrington jackets, they arewholly responsible aesthetics Fred Perry. We must pay tribute to the designer, despite his bright personality, he managed to passand crown for brand mix of classic and everyday. Performed in lineto Richard's brand colors: soft peach, floral tones and a rich palette of sky-sea.

Saturday, May 14, 2011

Eminem in Russia ?

Internet rumors that the main rapper of the world Eminem is going to visit the Russian capital this autumn.
The reason for this was the photo that describes Eminem's intention to visit Moscow 11 november.
Official information will be available May 17, which may confirm or may deny the situation.


with brother < 3

wtf ? Оо

Friday, May 6, 2011

T-shirt :D

I <3 SPB :D

Bob Marley

“You may not be her first, her last, or her only. She loved before she may love again. But if she loves you now, what else matters? She's not perfect — you aren't either, and the two of you may never be perfect together but if she can make you laugh, cause you to think twice, and admit to being human and making mistakes, hold onto her and give her the most you can. She may not be thinking about you every second of the day, but she will give you a part of her that she knows you can break — her heart. So don't hurt her, don't change her, don't analyze and don't expect more than she can give. Smile when she makes you happy, let her know when she makes you mad, and miss her when she's not there.”

"Ты можешь быть у неё не первым, не последним и не единственным. Она любила перед тем, как полюбила снова. Но если она любит тебя сейчас, что ещё не так? Она не идеальна, но ведь ты тоже, и вы оба никогда не будете идеальными вместе. Но если она заставляет тебя смеяться, тем более подумай дважды, если она даёт тебе возможность быть человеком, делать ошибки, держаться за неё и давать ей всё, что ты можешь. Она может думать о тебе не каждую секунду в день, но она может отдать тебе часть себя, потому что она знает — ты можешь разбить её сердце. Так не рань её, не меняй её, не анализируй и не ожидай от неё того, что выше её возможностей. Улыбайся, когда она делает тебя счастливым, давай ей знать, когда она тебя злит, и скучай по ней, когда её нет рядом."


I want summer soon. It was cool on the street today. I hope that the weather will change soon. I want to wear a dress and sandalssoon. But I have to wear a light sweater and a jacket so far -_-

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

A deathblow to al Qaeda?

Editor's note: Paul Cruickshank is an analyst on terrorism for CNN and Alumni Fellow at the NYU Center on Law and Security
New York (CNN) -- The killing of Osama bin Laden is "an enormously significant moment in the fight against al Qaeda terrorism," and there is no one poised to take his place as the group's leader, says CNN terrorism analyst Paul Cruickshank.
President Obama announced Sunday night that U.S. forces killed bin Laden in a mansion outside the Pakistani capital of Islamabad. The strike came as the nation approaches the 10th anniversary of the al Qaeda attacks on September 11, 2001, that killed almost 3,000 people in the United States.
"Even after 9/11, bin Laden continued to be the strategic guiding force for al Qaeda, signing off on the biggest operations, according to western officials," Cruickshank, an Alumni Fellow at the New York University Center on Law and Security, said in an interview.
"He was the linchpin of al Qaeda. Without him, al Qaeda could fracture. There are lots of centrifugal forces within al Qaeda, people with different ideologies and agendas. Bin Laden was able to unify them. He's irreplaceable. There's no one with his level of charisma, fame or visibility."
Cruickshank: "I think that in the short term, there could be a spike in activity, with more people being recruited, because he's going to be a martyr figure in the short term. But in the medium term, they're really going to feel the loss. He was very good at coming up with messages that would unify al Qaeda, for instance in the 1990s focusing on the United States, that was a way to unify all these different factions, different nationalities and agendas -- and picking on issues such as the cartoon controversy to unify al Qaeda. Now without bin Laden, they will likely lose some of that unity.
Coming after a backlash against al Qaeda in the Muslim world -- the emergence of a powerful critique of al Qaeda from fellow Jihadists for killing so many Muslims and civilians -- and the Arab spring that has reduced al Qaeda to virtual irrelevance in much of the Arab world and removed grievances they were able to exploit, this is a hammer blow to al Qaeda.
The threat of al Qaeda won't go away anytime soon, as the thwarting of a serious al Qaeda plot against Germany last week demonstrated. Bin Laden's ideology has been spread too wide for that. But without the guiding hand of its founder, the al Qaeda organization may now begin to unravel."