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Občas mě při četbě zarazí věta, fráze nebo jenom zajímavý obrat, který nechci zapomenout a o který bych se rád případně podělil. Věci divné, zvláštní nebo legrační. Proto je budu dávat sem a budu rád, když ostatní učiní totéž.

Jednoduchá pravidla: trollovaté příspěvky, které dotyčný nebude schopen obhájit, mažu. U každé citace prosím uvádějte zdroj. Debata k tématu vítána, OT plky ne. Dík.


stare a fishfull of  errors 24.červenec 2014 15:17:09
Rougierovi vydělávali kolem sta franků týdně, a díky přísnému hospodaření dokázali být stále napůl hladoví a napůl opilí.
Teď zrovna nemůžu sloužit, tak jen něco pro kozorožky.
Kristian Celestial Emporium of   Benevolent Knowledge 17.červenec 2014 12:04:42
Jj.
Jan.S.Harold Nechť hříšníci opuchnou!  17.červenec 2014 12:00:30
Hezky někam na uložto.
Sarpele Want to sell your house?   Best hide the taxidermy. 17.červenec 2014 11:57:11
Já myslím, že by se nikdo nezlobil, kdyby to se japok hodil celé, děkujeme předem ;)
Kristian Celestial Emporium of   Benevolent Knowledge 16.červenec 2014 19:53:27
Díky, eště ženský Váhy pls.
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dodám zítra
Kristian Celestial Emporium of   Benevolent Knowledge 15.červenec 2014 20:34:09
Štíra neměl bys?
Anny Novákové ze Lhoty nejúplnější stoletý planetář, aneb vysvětlení nebeských znamení a jejich účinků na člověka, opsaný přesně podle informací stařičké cikánky Ilzy...
Kristian Celestial Emporium of   Benevolent Knowledge 15.červenec 2014 19:52:35
Nevěděl jsem.
Akvarko down right mean false sop lap sick dope  15.červenec 2014 19:51:37


Tisíc a jedna noc - Rozprávanie o kráľovi 'Umarovi ibn an-Nu'mánovi a jeho synoch Šarrkánovi a Dau'almakánovi
arnost snad nechci tak   moks 14.červenec 2014 8:19:45
skoda, jeste to so vydrenit skrzeva vsudepritomnost
Jan.S.Harold Nechť hříšníci opuchnou!  14.červenec 2014 8:04:16
Ještě sem, pls.
gorgona "cože?" ... to není otázka, to je epitaf  14.červenec 2014 7:47:18


A. C. Clarke - Rajské fontány
DJ Slamák Namířit kostnatý ukazovák  na tepnu mechanismu 1.červenec 2014 16:34:58
!!!

The episode would have been funny if the matter at stake had been a trifle; but in the circumstances it was pathetic. The usual storm was raging in the House. As usual, many of the Majority and the most of the Minority were standing up – to have a better chance to exchange epithets and make other noises. Into this storm Count Falkenhayn entered, with his paper in his hand; and at once there was a rush to get near him and hear him read his motion. In a moment he was walled in by listeners. The several clauses of his motion were loudly applauded by these allies, and as loudly disapplauded – if I may invent a word – by such of the Opposition as could hear his voice. When he took his seat the President promptly put the motion – persons desiring to vote in the affirmative, stand up! The House was already standing up; had been standing for an hour; and before a third of it had found out what the President had been saying, he had proclaimed the adoption of the motion! And only a few heard that. In fact, when that House is legislating you can't tell it from artillery practice.
...Nearly every day some one explains to me that a revolution would not succeed here. "It couldn't, you know. Broadly speaking, all the nations in the empire hate the government – but they all hate each other, too, and with devoted and enthusiastic bitterness; no two of them can combine; the nation that rises must rise alone; then the others would joyfully join the government against her, and she would have just a fly's chance against a combination of spiders.
This government is entirely independent. It can go its own road, and do as it pleases; it has nothing to fear. In countries like England and America, where there is one tongue and the public interests are common, the government must take account of public opinion; but in Austria-Hungary there are nineteen public opinions – one for each state. No – two or three for each state, since there are two or three nationalities in each. A government cannot satisfy all these public opinions; it can only go through the motions of trying. This government does that. It goes through the motions, and they do not succeed; but that does not worry the government much."

... During the final hour of the sitting many happy phrases were distributed through the proceedings. Among them were these – and they are strikingly good ones:
Blatherskite!
Blackguard!
Scoundrel!
Brothel-daddy!
This last was the contribution of Dr. Gessman, and gave great satisfaction. And deservedly. It seems to me that it was one of the most sparkling things that was said during the whole evening.

... The Badeni government came down with a crash; there was a popular outbreak or two in Vienna; there were three or four days of furious rioting in Prague, followed by the establishing there of martial law; the Jews and Germans were harried and plundered, and their houses destroyed; in other Bohemian towns there was rioting – in some cases the Germans being the rioters, in others the Czechs – and in all cases the Jew had to roast, no matter which side he was on.

Mark Twain popisuje parlamentní obstrukci a výtržnosti v roce 1897 (po Badeniho jazykových nařízeních).
https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Stirring_Times_in_Austria
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gorgona "cože?" ... to není otázka, to je epitaf  23.červen 2014 9:57:29
Samson Medák, jenž jako obvykle předstíral, že nic neslyší a ničemu nerozumí, se usadil pod stěnou špýcharu, vytáhl nůž a začal strouhat cestou nalezený kolík. Obr často strouhal podobné kolíky. Za prvé, vysvětloval jim, je to přiměřená činnost pro blbce, za jakého jej všichni považují. Za druhé, říkal, drobná ruční práce uklidňuje a působí příznivě na nervový a trávicí systém. Za třetí a nejdůležitější mu řezání dřeva pomáhá přečkat debaty o politice a náboženství, poněvadž vůně čerstvého dřeva potlačuje nutkání zvracet.

Andrzej Sapkowski: Boží bojovníci