Friday, May 28, 2010

Paternidad responsable



Un niño indonesio de dos años fuma dos paquetes de tabaco al día

Por Agencia EFE –

Yakarta, 27 may (EFE).- Un padre indonesio ha convertido a su hijo de dos años en un adicto a la nicotina que fuma dos paquetes de tabaco al día, sólo de su marca favorita, y si no, se enfurece y se golpea contra las paredes, presa del síndrome de abstinencia.

Ardi Rizal, que vive en una aldea de la isla de Sumatra, ha saltado a la fama en Indonesia a través de un serie de grabaciones y fotografías en las que aparece fumando de manera compulsiva montado en un triciclo, informó hoy el diario "The Jakarta Globe".

"Está totalmente enganchado. Si no le damos cigarrillos, se enfada, grita y se golpea la cabeza contra las paredes", asegura Diana, su madre.

Sus progenitores aseguran que, sin tabaco, el niño, que apenas puede andar y jugar con otros menores, dice sentirse "mareado" y "enfermo".

Ardi Rizal comenzó a fumar a los 18 meses a instancias de su padre, Mohamed, que considera que el pequeño está "bastante sano" y que su adicción al tabaco no es un problema.

Recientemente, otro indonesio de cuatro años alcanzó cierta notoriedad al aparecer en un vídeo en Internet fumando y profiriendo obscenidades.

Indonesia, la cuarta nación más poblada del planeta, es el tercer mayor consumidor de tabaco por detrás de China y la India, y su población de adictos crece rápidamente entre los menores por la falta de regulación al respecto.

Opinión pública

Saturday, May 15, 2010

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Drunk Girls (LCD Soundsystem)



DRUNK GIRLS, LCD SOUNSYSTEM

(Drunk girls)
Drunk girls cause a couple of heart attacks
(Drunk girls)
Drunk girls are unusually mild
(Drunk boys)
Drunk boys keep in pace with the pedophiles
(Drunk girls)
Drunk girls are boringly wild

(Drunk girls)
Drunk girls get invitations from nations
(Drunk girls)
They got the patience of a million saints
(Drunk boys)
They steal, they steal from the cupboards
(Drunk girls)
Drunk girls like to file complaints

(Drunk girls)
Drunk girls are like a night of simplicity
(Drunk girls)
They need a lover who is smarter than me
(Drunk boys)
Drunk boys, we walk like pedestrians
(Drunk girls)
Drunk girls wait an hour to pee

(Drunk girls)
Drunk girls know that love is an astronaut
(Drunk girls)
It comes back, but it's never the same
(Drunk boys)
Drunk boys, drunk boys, drunk boys, drunk boys
(Drunk girls)
Drunk girls can be just as insane

Oh oh oh
I believe in waking up together
So oh oh
That means making eyes across the room

(Drunk girls)
Just 'cause I'm shallow doesn't mean that I'm heartless
(Drunk girls)
Just 'cause I'm heartless doesn't mean that I'm mean
(Drunk boys)
Sometimes love gives us too many options
(Drunk girls)
Just 'cause you're hungry doesn't mean that you're lean

(Drunk girls)
I've heard lies that could curdle your heartstrings
(Drunk girls)
A couple truths, maybe burn out your eyes
(Drunk boys)
Drunk boys leave their irons in the fireplace
(Drunk girls)
'Cause drunk girls give them too many tries

Drunk girls, drunk girls, drunk girls, drunk girls...

Oh oh oh
I believe in waking up together
Oh oh oh
I believe I'm waking up, but no promises
Oh oh oh
I believe in waiting out the weather
Oh oh oh
I believe in making up

The day becomes the night (x4)
Honestly, honestly, honestly
Unless it hurts, why do it?
Hey, hey, hey, hey!
Oh

Madrid (1)


Wednesday, May 12, 2010

La Yenka (Joy Division)



DIGITAL, JOY DIVISION
Feel it closing in,
Feel it closing in,
The fear of whom I call,
Every time I call,
I feel it closing in,
I feel it closing in,
Day in, day out,
Day in, day out,
Day in, day out,
Day in, day out,
Day in, day out,
Day in, day out.

I feel it closing in,
As patterns seem to form.
I feel it cold and warm.
The shadows start to fall.
I feel it closing in,
I feel it closing in,
Day in, day out,
Day in, day out,
Day in, day out,
Day in, day out,
Day in, day out.

I'd have the world around,
To see just whatever happens,
Stood by the door alone,
And then it's fade away.
I see you fade away.
Don't ever fade away.
I need you here today.
Don't ever fade away.
Don't ever fade away.
Don't ever fade away.
Don't ever fade away.
Fade away. Fade away.
Fade away. Fade away.
Fade away. Fade away.
Fade away.

Padua

Friday, May 7, 2010

Old wave



Old wave = New wave + paso del tiempo

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Aculturación (I)



aculturación.
1. f. Recepción y asimilación de elementos culturales de un grupo humano por parte de otro.

Cainismo