sexta-feira, janeiro 04, 2008

Jack Nicholson

'I'm the age where we didn't have television as kids. So when I saw my nieces and nephews watching Howdy Doody, Kukla, Fran and Ollie, and so forth, I thought the world had gone mad.
'If you think about those old shows, they all had puppets. And somehow I think, symbolically speaking, that has contributed to a generational lack of ability to accept personal responsibility. It's why the baby boomers are such conspiracy theorists and I'm not. It's why everybody thinks we went to Iraq to get the oil and I don't. I see that as a minor, symbolic generational difference that all adds up to mass movements. People are so frustrated. They don't want to take responsibility for their failures. There's always an excuse, you know? It's always, "I'm this and that's why" or "This happened to me and that's why." Everyone has the impulse to point their fingers elsewhere. They point at the puppet: He did it! Not me!'

quinta-feira, janeiro 03, 2008


Nenhuma vontade de se fazer algo útil. E há algum pretexto acima da total inutilidade para se ir ao cinema?

quarta-feira, janeiro 02, 2008

Feliz Ano Novo!

De volta à atividade. Comportaram-se bem?