Monday, May 19, 2008

we know shit.

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29. novembra 36, bgrd

sreda:21/05/08
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da vidimo šta kaže wikipedia:
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:::Holden Caulfield:::
is a fictional character, the protagonist of J.D. Salinger's 1951 novel The Catcher in the Rye.

Appearance and personality

Physically, Holden is sixteen years old and is six feet, two-and-a-half inches tall, is gangly, and has a red crew cut with a grey patch in it. This contributes to Holden appearing to be older than his age, yet his mannerisms and behavior contradict that impression. Also, though he considers himself to look older than he is, the way in which he is treated by other characters in the novel suggests otherwise. One of Holden's most striking and quintessential qualities is his powerful revulsion for "phony" human qualities. Qualities such as narcissism, hypocrisy, and superficiality embody Holden's concept of phoniness and Holden is adept at realizing these qualities in other people, whom he nicknames "phonies". This serves to bolster Holden's cynicism and consequently contributes to his mistrust of other people. Interestingly, despite Holden's strong disdain for phony qualities, he exhibits some of the qualities that he abhors, thereby making him a somewhat tragic character. Holden is very much a character of contradiction, he is tall for his age and already has grey hair and yet he himself admits he acts more like a 12 year old than a budding adult. As a result of his depression, Holden continually fails classes.

Born into a life of wealth and privilege, Holden looks down upon the elite world he occupies. He questions the values of his class and society and sometimes appears to oppose conventions merely for the sake of opposition.
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:::Superstudio:::
was an architecture firm, founded in 1966 in Florence, Italy by Adolfo Natalini and Cristiano Toraldo di Francia. in 1967, Natalini established three categories of future research: “architecture of the monument”; the “architecture of the image”; and “tecnomorphic architecture”. Many of their projects were originally published in the magazine Casabella, and ranged from fiction, to storyboard illustration, to photomontage. The Continuous Monument: An Architectural Model for Total Urbanization, 1969 Twelve Cautionary Tales for Christmas: Premonitions of the Mystical Rebirth of Urbanism,...

Natalini wrote in 1971 “…if design is merely an inducement to consume, then we must reject design; if architecture is merely the codifying of bourgeois model of ownership and society, then we must reject architecture; if architecture and town planning is merely the formalization of present unjust social divisions, then we must reject town planning and its cities…until all design activities are aimed towards meeting primary needs. Until then, design must disappear. We can live without architecture…”
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nije ni čudo da ćete slušati indie:power:norse:twee:alt.country
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we know phony when we see it.
we know bourgeois models when we stumble upon them.
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