i només tinc ganes d'escoltar música...
molt adient el video...tot i que el meu no acaba igual...
If I just lay here
Would you lay with me and just FORGET THE WORLD"
La cuarta temporada de “Mujeres Desesperadas” que actualmente se está viendo en la cadena ABC, emitirá el próximo 2 de Diciembre el episodio más caro rodado hasta la fecha en la televisión americana.
La serie que aunque ha sufrido el que la audiencia haya bajado, ha “tirado la casa por la ventana” y nunca mejor dicho, ya que en el episodio noveno titulado “Somethings Comin'” sufrirá las consecuencias de un tornado que hará añicos las casas de las protagonistas; cabe decir que la casa más perjudicada será la de Bree Van de Camp.
Los responsables de “Mujeres Desesperadas” no repararon en gastos y para ello contaron con la ayuda del equipo de “Extreme Makeover” para que todos los “desastres” fueron más creíbles gracias al equipo de efectos especiales que como ya hemos dicho han conseguido hacer el episodio más caro de la historia de la televisión.
Aquí tenéis imágenes del rodaje y de como quedaron las casas; además hemos de aclarar que ninguna de las protagonistas sufre heridas por las consecuencias del tornado pero que sí que habrá una muerte entre el resto de personajes…
“Durante un procedimiento de corrección de espina bífida en un feto de 21 semanas dentro del útero, Samuel (bebé) empujó su pequeña mano fuera del pequeño cuadrado que los cirujanos habían abierto en el útero de la madre. Cuando el médico levantó la mano del feto, Samuel reaccionó y apretó el dedo del doctor. El doctor movió el pequeño puño, pero Samuel se mantuvo firme. En ese momento fue que tomé la foto”.
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Do not get me wrong, architects. I like you as a person. I think you are nice, smell good most of the time, and I like your glasses. You have crazy hair, and if you are lucky, most of it is on your head. But I do not care about architecture. It is true. This is what I do care about:
As you can see, architecture is not on the list. I believe that architecture falls somewhere between toenail fungus and invasive colonoscopy in the list of things that interest me.
Perhaps if you didn’t talk about it so much, I would be more interested. When you point to a glass cylinder and say proudly, hey my office designed that, I giggle and say it looks like a bong. You turn your head in disgust and shame. You think, obviously she does not understand. What does she know? She is just a writer. She is no architect. She respects vowels, not glass cocks. And then you say now I am designing a lifestyle center, and I ask what is that, and you say it is a place that offers goods and services and retail opportunities and I say you mean like a mall and you say no. It is a lifestyle center. I say it sounds like a mall. I am from the Valley, bitch. I know malls.
Architects, I will not lie, you confuse me. You work sixty, eighty hours a week and yet you are always poor. Why aren’t you buying me a drink? Where is your bounty of riches? Maybe you spent it on merlot. Maybe you spent it on hookers and blow. I cannot be sure. It is a mystery. I will leave that to the scientists to figure out.
Architects love to discuss how much sleep they have gotten. One will say how he was at the studio until five in the morning, only to return again two hours later. Then another will say, oh that is nothing. I haven’t slept in a week. And then another will say, guess what, I have never slept ever. My dear architects, the measure of how hard you’ve worked and how much you’ve accomplished is not related to the number of hours you have not slept. Have you heard of Rem Koolhaas? He is a famous architect. I know this because you tell me he is a famous architect. I hear that Rem Koolhaas is always sleeping. He is, I presume, sleeping right now. And I hear he gets shit done. And I also hear that in a stunning move, he is making a building that looks not like a glass cock, but like a concrete vagina. When you sleep more, you get vagina. You can all take a lesson from Rem Koolhaas.
Life is hard for me, please understand. Architects are an important part of my existence. They call me at eleven at night and say they just got off work, am I hungry? Listen, it is practically midnight. I ate hours ago. So long ago that, in fact, I am hungry again. So yes, I will go. Then I will go and there will be other architects talking about AutoCAD shortcuts and something about electric panels and can you believe that is all I did today, what a drag. I look around the table at the poor, tired, and hungry, and think to myself, I have but only one bullet left in the gun. Who will I choose?
I have a friend who is a doctor. He gives me drugs. I enjoy them. I have a friend who is a lawyer. He helped me sue my landlord. My architect friends have given me nothing. No drugs, no medical advice, and they don’t know how to spell subpoena. One architect friend figured out that my apartment was one hundred and eighty seven square feet. That was nice. Thanks for that.
I suppose one could ask what someone like me brings to architects like yourselves. I bring cheer. I yell at architects when they start talking about architecture. I force them to discuss far more interesting topics, like turkey eggs. Why do we eat chicken eggs, but not turkey eggs? They are bigger. And people really like turkey. See? I am not afraid to ask the tough questions.
So, dear architects, I will stick around, for only a little while. I hope that one day some of you will become doctors and lawyers or will figure out my taxes. And we will laugh at the days when you spent the entire evening talking about some European you’ve never met who designed a building you will never see because you are too busy working on something that will never get built. But even if that day doesn’t arrive, give me a call anyway, I am free.Yours truly,
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