Since it's Lady Gaga's concert tonight in France, a quote by Joanna Newsom:
Fair enough: she is the new Madonna, but Madonna's a dumb-ass!
In the tube station where I used to go to work (we've just moved, we're in Shoreditch now, wow!!), the staff writes every day a quote. The kind of quote you don't feel like reading in the morning before going to work, like:
If you don't like your life, you can change it.
Yes, and the first thing I'm going to change, is to make you shut up!
Read on l'Emmerdeuse's new blog, Les Innommables, this quote of Raymond Devos:
Generally speaking, those who make generalities are idiots.
We Twitter to reassure ourselves that we are alive.
An interesting article about Twitter on Gawker.
My mother, in the car, talks about nowadays women and mentions the Sexual Revolution:
We, women, fought to have a job, a husband, and lovers!
No, my mother does not cheat on my father. I think she was talking about lovers as boyfriends, out of wedlock. (But when her first marriage went wrong... Hee! I love my mum!)
Ada sent me a list called How to be creative (go have a look), in which there is a very good sentence:
Everybody has their own private Mount Everest they were put on this earth to climb.
Yeah, words get their meaning when you find yourself in the situation they describe.
My flatmate Luke, who was telling his love misfortunes, with a beer in his hand in front of the TV:
You know what my problem is? I'm too fucking romantic.
More seriously, I believe that he and I have close visions of romantism.