Too big to be a house cat, too small to be a lion
God I love this song.
Muddy Waters - Crosseyed Cat
from his 1977 album Hard Again.
Charles Chalmers - Bass
James Cotton - Harmonica
Bob Margolin - Guitar
Pinetop Perkins - Piano
Willie “Big Eyes” Smith - Drums
Muddy Waters - Guitar, Vocals
Johnny Winter - Guitar, Producer, Vocals
Faulkner Quote from The Bear
And a little dog, nameless and mongrel and many-fathered, grown, yet weighing less than six pounds, saying as if to itself, “I can’t be dangerous, because there’s nothing much smaller than I am; I can’t be fierce, because they would call it just a noise; I can’t be humble, because I’m already too close to the ground to genuflect;13 I can’t be proud, because I wouldn’t be near enough to it for anyone to know who was casting the shadow, and I don’t even know that I’m not going to heaven, because they have already decided that I don’t possess an immortal soul. So all I can be is brave. But it’s all right. I can be that, even if they still call it just noise.”
Warum ist Deutsch als erschreckend?
The vast majority of those intellectuals whom I know seek for nothing, do nothing, and are at present incapable of hard work. They call themselves intellectuals, but they use “thou” and “thee” to their servants, they treat the peasants like animals, they learn badly, they read nothing seriously, they do absolutely nothing, about science they only talk, about art they understand little. They are all serious, they all have severe faces, they all talk about important things.
Trofimov from Chekhov’s Cherry Orchard
Prince Harry, with the Browning Hi-Power tucked into his vest. Thats how you know when a pistol is classy.
Got to love the old high power.
Pavel Angel, Moscow artist