Daily Archives: March 9, 2013

Daisy- Joe and Dave Purdy

Joe Purdy – Wash Away

Joe Purdy – Wash Away

I got troubles oh, but not today
Cause they’re gonna wash away
They’re gonna wash away

And I have sins Lord, but not today
Cause they’re gonna wash away
They’re gonna wash away

And I had friends oh, but not today
Cause they’re done washed away
They’re done washed away

And oh, I’ve been cryin’
And oh, I’ve been cryin’
And oh, no more cryin’
No, no more cryin’ here

We get along Lord, but not today
Cause we gonna wash away
We gonna wash away

And I got troubles oh, but not today
Cause they gonna wash away
This old heart gonna take them away.

Adevarul despre Romania (The Truth about Romania)

Cheney Admits that He Lied about 9/11

He lied about everything.
Why? Because It is his job!

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Cheney Admits that He Lied about 9/11

Created on Friday, 08 March 2013 18:45


What Else Did He Lie About?

The New York Times

In a documentary soon to appear on Showtime, “The World According to Dick Cheney,” [Cheney said]  “I got on the telephone with the president, who was in Florida, and told him not to be at one location where we could both be taken out.” Mr. Cheney kept W. flying aimlessly in the air on 9/11 while he and Lynn left on a helicopter for a secure undisclosed location, leaving Washington in a bleak, scared silence, with no one reassuring the nation in those first terrifying hours.

“I gave the instructions that we’d authorize our pilots to take it out,” he says, referring to the jet headed to Washington that crashed in a Pennsylvania field. He adds: “After I’d given the order, it was pretty quiet…

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Romanian Black & White



Dinu Lipatti



Maria Tanase



“Tell me, if I would catch you someday
and kiss the sole of your foot,
you would limp a little bit afterwards, isn’t it,
in fear not to crush my kiss?… “

Nichita Stanescu

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Pass the Rolls: Why We Eat Grains

Political economics on on one (1% :1%)

Haydn Symphony No. 46 & No. 47

Franz Joseph Haydn (1732 – 1809)

I. Symphony No. 46 in B major (1772)
II. Symphony No. 47 in G majorThe Palindrome (1772) (from 17:06)

Austro – Hungarian Haydn Orchestra
Adam Fischer
Recording : 1995, Haydnsaal, Esterházy Palace, Eisenstadt, Austria  

Joseph Haydn’s Symphony No. 46 in B major, Hoboken I/46, was composed in 1772, during his Sturm und Drang period.
(From Here)

The work is scored for two oboesbassoon, two horns and strings.[1]

The work is written in standard four movement format.

  1. Vivace, 4/4
  2. Poco adagio, 6/8
  3. MenuetAllegretto, 3/4
  4. Finale: Presto e scherzando, 2/2

The key of B major, which is highly unusual,[2] sets the tone of the work, which is one of unease, restlessness and searching. The high-pitched horns add a touch of eeriness.[3]


Joseph Haydn‘s Symphony No. 47 in G major Hob. I:47 was probably written in 1772. Haydn was often called “The father of symphony”. (from Here)


Scored for 2 oboesbassoon, 2 horns, and strings.[1] It is in four movements:

  1. Allegro, 4/4
  2. Un poco adagio cantabile, 2/4
  3. Menuetto e Trio, 3/4
  4. Presto assai, 2/2

The opening movement begins with a hammerstroke and a dotted-rhythm fanfare of repeated notes which serves as the first theme for the sonata-form movement. The line between the development and recapitulation is blurred by the reappearance of the dotted-rhythm in G minor (the home tonic but the wrong mode) followed by standard recapitulation of the second theme group. The first theme is finally resolved in the concluding coda.[2]

The slow movement is a theme with four variations in invertible counterpoint. Through the third variation, each appearance of the ternary theme with winds appearing only in the middle section framed by muted strings in the outer sections. In the second outer section, the theme in two voices is inverted. Also, through each of the first three variations the surface rhythms are accelerating from eighth notes to sixteenth notes to triplet-sixteenths to thirty-seconds. The fourth variation varies from this pattern in that it is fully scored for the entire variation and serves as a recapitulation for the movement. What follows is a coda where the theme slowly dies away.[2]

The “Minuetto al Roverso” is the reason this symphony is sometimes called “The Palindrome”: the second part of the Minuet is the same as the first but backwards, and the Trio is also written in this way.[3][4]

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Grigore Lese – Bata-te America, bata (History – written in blood, sweet, and tears)

Taranii ardeleni care au mers la munca in America anilor 1900 au lasat in urma fotografii si acest tulburator cantec. Multi dintre ei s-au intors in tara dupa 10, 15 ani de munca cumparand pamant in satul natal.
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Grigore Lese – Canta cucu-n lemn uscat | imagini de stana


cantec de Grigore Lese, ilustrat cu imagini filmate in stana turistica telescaun Vatra Dornei

Relaxation at Red Lake ( Lacul Rosu), Romania

Red Lake (Romanian: Lacul Roşu) is a barrier lake in the Eastern Carpathians chain in Harghita County, Romania. The name of “Lacul Roşu” comes from the reddish alluvia deposited in the lake by the Red Creek.

Beautiful Romania : The Red Lake, Harghita.

Beautiful Photo!

Word of the Day: CACOGRAPHY


Definition: (noun) Poor handwriting.
Synonyms: scrawlscribblescratch
Usage: The pharmacist struggled to decipher Dr. Clark’s cacography on my prescription and eventually had to call his office to get some clarification.Discuss.

Quotation: Francis Bacon on…rising to great places in life…

All rising to great place is by a winding stair.

Francis Bacon (1561-1626) Discuss


Fishermen Killing 100 Million Sharks Annually

Shark populations are in grave danger, say researchers, who estimate that we are killing approximately 100 million of the predatory marine creatures each year. At this rate, the sharks, many of which only reachmaturity late in life, will not be able to maintain their numbers. Attempts to curb the killing of sharks by prohibiting finning —the widespread practice of harvesting fins from live sharks and then tossing the finless fish back into the ocean to die—have had little effect. If this overfishing continues, a number of shark species could face extinction.More… Discuss

Today’s Birthday: TOM ROBERTS (1856) an Australian artist, photographer and painter of “The Big Painting”

Tom Roberts (1856)

Roberts was born in England and immigrated to Australia as a teen. By day, he worked as a photographer’s assistant and a picture-frame maker, but by night, he studied art and painted. His scenes of rural Australian life, often with humorous touches, earned disapproval from conventional art critics, yet they are now recognized as prime examples of the so-called Heidelberg school of art. One unusually large Roberts painting, appropriately entitled The Big Picture, depicts what?More… Discuss

Tom Roberts' masterpiece, Shearing the Rams de...

Tom Roberts’ masterpiece, Shearing the Rams depicts an Australian shearing shed in the late 1800s (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


Corsned: The Morsel of Execration

In Anglo-Saxon times, the corsned was a common “trial by ordeal” in which an accused person was given a chance to prove his or her innocence by undergoing a physical test—in the case of the corsned, swallowing a small piece of bread or cheese. If the morsel of food—which had been blessed by a priest—stuck in the throat of the accused, it was taken as a sure sign of guilt. History records at least one instance of that very outcome. What common phrases may have originally referenced the corsned? More… Discuss