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!
French politicans are talking a lot these days. Anyway, these words, from Green MP and former presidential candidate Noël Mamère, go straight to the point and regard another former presidential candidate, Ségolène Royal, who is from the Socialist Party, a traditional ally for the Greens:
Ségolène Royal, we don't want her!
Fuck, I really missed ségobashing...
At least, Martine Aubry, leader of the shattered Socialist Party in France, a has humour:
I don't shave the morning.
She was referring to a famous quote of incumbent President Nicolas Sarkozy who said, while he was Interior Minister:
I think about the presidential election... and not only when I'm shaving.
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!
Ecology is not only about promoting local products, small cars or the chabichou (name of a local cheese).
Jean-Vincent Placé, deputy national secretary of the Greens, reacting to socialist ex-presidential candidate Ségolène Royal's words against the carbon tax.
There are many French people, including people with long-term diseases, who need to work in order to get better.
Quote by Frédéric Lefebvre, spokesman for President Sarkozy's UMP party, who wants to give "the right" to work to people on sick leave.
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.