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Also included in the price is a pint of beer of glass of wine! Over different songs by 80 different artists in 11 different genres over 6 different decades!
If you missed them last time this is your chance! The Rhythm Rockers are a rockin n boppin rockabilly band that are traditional and contemporary rockabilly.
They are completely rock n roll and are based out of Fredericksburg, VA. Jounalists run interviews claiming the ant has become rich on the back of the grasshopper.
They call on the government to increase the ant's taxes so that he "pays a fair contribution". The unions, the Communist Party, the Revolutionary Communist League, the Gay and Lesbian Pride groups organise sit-ins and protests in front of the ant's house.
As a show of solidarity public servants decide to go on strike for 59 minutes every day for an indefinite period. A famous philosopher writes a book establishing links between the ant and the Nazi torturers at Auschwitz.
In response to opinion polls the government rushes through laws on economic equality and anti-discrimination. The ant's taxes are increased and he is fined for not having employed the grasshopper as his assistant.
The ant's house is requisitioned by the authorities because the ant doesn't have enough money to pay the fine and increased taxes.
The ant emigrates to Switzerland where he contributes to that country's economic wealth. A television report shows the grasshopper has now become fat.
He is in the process of eating what remains of the ant's food even though Spring is still a long way off. Gatherings of artists and left-wing writers are regularly held in the ant's house.
The singer Renaud composes a song: "Ant, beat it The government is blamed for not providing enough money for the work. An inquiry costing 10 million euros, is set up.
The grasshopper dies of an overdose. The ant's former house is squatted by a gang of immigrant cockroaches. The cockroaches deal in drugs and terrorise the local community.
The French government congratulates itself on the multicultural diversity of France. END OF STORY. Wednesday, 25 March Crisis What Crisis?
Episode 2. I want an iPhone. I am not a vacuous follower of fashion - or Steve Jobs - I just want a phone that doubles as a mini-computer when I am working away from home and that talks the same language as my other computers because it's made by the same people.
I want an iPhone because it has a virtual keyboard with keys in the QWERTY order as opposed to the AZERTY order of French computers and mobile phones.
It may seem a petty detail, but I touch type and AZERTY keyboards drive me to writing drivel and strong drink. The sales assistant at my phone company said the iPhone available in France came with an AZERTY touch sensitive keyboard but could be changed to an QWERTY.
He could not guarantee any other phone would do this saying he'd never been asked. Failing this guarantee, I want an iPhone. In December the French courts ruled that Apple's iPhone exclusive deal with just one French mobile telephone company was against the country's competition laws.
The ruling opened the market to all phone companies. There was an appeal against the decision but it was upheld in January. I am pretty sure that had this happened in Britain the rival mobile telephone companies would have had a stock of iPhones ready to supply to customers who wanted one; if not in December, then certainly when the appeal was decided.
Here in France I am still waiting for an iPhone. The telephone company's website says it'll be available on April 8.
The local shop says "sometime" in April. To my astonishment my mobile telephone company even suggested I could go and buy one from a rival operator and it would reimburse nearly all the cost.
Of course nobody would put this in writing. When I declined the offer she told me: "Our iPhone will be much more expensive.
Now some Internet commentators are wondering why France's phone companies have been so slow to stock the iPhones and the conspiracists whether there is any collusion going on.
I don't know, I just want an iPhone. I went to my phone shop: "Are you sure you'll have one in April? He shrugged: "Are you sure you want one?
Can I reserve one now? You'll have to wait and see. Conspiracy Theory? Or just Crap Service? I don't know, I really don't. Posted by Parisgirl at 5 comments:.
Friday, 20 March Jumped up justice. I went for a little manifest yesterday because I am more than a little peed off with the French government this week.
We returned from holiday to discover that the mother of one of La Fille's classmates has been threatened with expulsion from France at the end of the month.
The letter informing her that she has until the end of the month to leave the country came as something of a shock as she has lived and worked legally in France for ten years.
It counts for nothing, it seems, that she has her own fashion business on which she stumps up the required taxes and charges and a small shop on which she pays rent, or that she speaks French or that her daughter who she is bringing up alone was born in France, has never lived anywhere else than France and started at a French school last September.
I am not quite sure what more this now anxious and terrified poor woman has to do to fulfil the requirements of "integration" into French society and neither is she.
I suspect there is actually nothing she can do because it's not personal but political. Last year the French government expelled a record 29, "illegal immigrants".
Brice Hortefeux the then immigration minister declared he was "very proud" of this. For the target is 26, this young mum is a number, nothing more.
And because she is not what they call a "clandestine" but has been in France legally, worked legally, paid her taxes, schooled her child she is on the administration's books and consequently easy to find and shove on a plane back to a country she no longer calls home and that was never home to her child.
And this in France, which never fails to remind the world that it is the cradle of human rights. But this is France and nothing is ever quite as simple as it seems.
Off I went to manifest. My friends and fellow journalists and I stood on the corner of the street with our banner waiting to join the march at the appropriate moment.
We let half a dozen groups go by, we let the teachers go by, we let a small lorry blasting out the Italian anti-fascist song Bella Ciao go by then, because we had waited an hour and the banner was heavy, we decided to join the fray So much for solidarity.
All I can say is if you are ever tempted to join a French march, make sure you ask permission first. You're pushing in. Would you credit it.
Pushing in Thursday, 19 March Carpe Diem. Having joked about the perils of skiing in my last post, I thought I would add that I feel terribly sad for the family of the lovely Natasha Richardson , especially her two young sons.
Reading the reports I would venture that her untimely death says less about the dangers of skiing than the fact, often forgotten in the hurly burly of daily mundanity, that we all have a very tenuous grasp on life.
As Horace wrote: Seize the Day "Don't ask it's forbidden to know what final fate the gods have given to me and you, Leuconoe, and don't consult Babylonian horoscopes.
How much better it is to accept whatever shall be, whether Jupiter has given many more winters or whether this is the last one, which now breaks the force of the Tuscan sea against the facing cliffs.
Be wise, strain the wine, and trim distant hope within short limits. While we're talking, grudging time will already have fled: seize the day, trusting as little as possible in tomorrow.
Tuesday, 17 March Pass the crystal ball. We went skiing last week. The following was supposed to be posted when I pressed the post button minutes before we left.
For some reason, possibly not unconnected to me fiddling with the Post Options, it never appeared. However, never one to let a word go to waste, I am posting it now.
We are back from skiing but just call me Zoltar. Of course I can't, I'm English. It really isn't fair. I said this last year - I say it every time - but it isn't.
The Frenchman does no exercise whatsoever and has been skiing about four times in the last 20 years, but he can ski.
Also, they are truly polar opposites with their personalities, but seeing them together truly feels like you are witnessing soulmates interact.
I hate to say this but, your OTP could never. And obviously because of the setup of this novel, this book does not shy away from US politics, and you should for sure know that going in.
But the most tears I shed in this book was when Alex talked about what he felt like to be a biracial kid, and how America truly is a melting pot of immigrants and how that is something beautiful, and should be celebrated, not shamed and something that people consider to be a crime.
This is a book about two men, both in their early- twenties, discovering what they want for their lives and for their countries.
Both for themselves and together. They find friendship, they find love, and they find their voices. And to this Filipino American, pansexual, whose grandparents are both immigrants, who a lot of times really struggles to find their own voice, it meant the world to me.
Put your library holds and preorders in now, because I know that so many readers are not only going to fall in love with this tale, but it is going to be one of their favorites for the rest of their lives.
I promise you, it is truly that good, and this truly feels like a once in a lifetime book. Casey McQuiston has created something that is going to mean so much to so many readers, and this book is going to bring so much joy to our much-needed world.
Blog Instagram Twitter Tumblr Youtube Twitch The quotes above were taken from an ARC and are subject to change upon publication. Content and Trigger Warnings for homophobia always in a negative light , talk of racism in media, anxiety depiction, talk of cancer pancreatic in the past, talk of past loss of a loved one, talk of past drug use, talk of attempted sexual assault very briefly in the past from a very minor side character, and in my opinion outing.
Also, this is a New Adult novel, so there are many sexual scenes throughout this book, even though they are fade to black for the most part!
Buddy Read with Kerri from Kerri The Book Belle! View all 76 comments. Feb 25, Angelica rated it it was ok Shelves: read , arc , disappointment , romance , boring-me-to-death , release , contemporary.
But also, in all seriousness, I didn't like this book. I know, I know, how dare I? Well, let me explain to you in detail just how I dare. Beware of the long review!
A few months ago, everyone was getting ARCs for this book and absolutely everyone was loving it and giving it five stars. Obviously, I was me, awkwardly watching all the raving reviews for this book and being scared to give my pretty negative, highly unpopular yet ultimately very honest opinion: Ok, so please don't hate me, I'm fragile.
Obviously, I was pretty hyped up for this one, as you can imagine. It was looking to be one of my favorites of !
Except, that's not really how it all went down. I mean, don't get me wrong! It didn't absolutely suck, nor was it the worst book I've ever read.
It was nice. It had its cute moments. I actually laughed at some parts. I just wanted more. I wanted a cuteness overload.
I wanted to fall head over heels into this story, I wanted to love these charcters, I wanted this to be a five-star read! It wasn't.
I've been reading a bucket load of contemporary romances lately and it's all in the hope that I'll find something to make this cold little heart of mine melt!
I want something akin to The Hating Game, a book that killed me, revived me, and killed me again, twice over because that's how many times I read it in the span of 24 hours.
But, alas, my search for such a book has proven futile as no other contemporary romance will do. Now to the review!
Maybe this book is heavily overhyped or maybe I'm just a miserable, heartless girl. Both are possible, but either way, I had a lot of problems with this book and I'm not gonna pretend otherwise.
No, there is no one thing that makes me think the book sucks. There is no one major flaw that I can point out and blame for my rating.
If anything, my issues are a series of small things that will surely be overlooked, or even praised by the masses when the book is released.
For starters, this book felt to me like it was trying way too hard at times. If this book were PG it would undoubtedly be turned into a Disney Channel movie, down to the unrealistically happy ending where we all pretend the world is made of rainbows, cotton candy, and unicorn farts.
And, honestly, I wouldn't necessarily mind that. I love happy endings. If the book had been only about romance, it would have been fine.
But, the book insisted on shoving politics down my throat and the overidealized ending seemed forced, disingenuous, and so utterly predictable!
It also felt like the author was trying to force a political view on us. The world the book shows is what ours would look like through rose-colored glasses.
It's a world where the female president of the United States is a white, Texan democrat. Where leaked personal emails have no impact on presidential elections.
Where a royal prince believes empires are the literal devil, despite benefiting from the monarchy in every single way possible. Where First Son of the U.
Also, their affair wouldn't have any global consequences that would impact international relationships not just between the U. K, but with every other country as well.
It's also a world where people who don't buy into this PC world are demonized for their beliefs. Where if you aren't on board with the particular brand of politics that the author is selling, then you might as well be the devil incarnate.
In the end, there are no consequences to anything. It made all the obstacles between the romance seem weak and insubstantial. The author put so much focus on the laughable politics that I couldn't help but roll my eyes.
She tried to tackle racism, international relationships, homophobia, complicated family drama, equality, imperialism, and just about every other social issue currently being talked about, all while also trying to deliver a good romance.
And it didn't work! The politics in this book seemed so forced! And so unnecessary. They made the book drag on for ages.
Seriously though, there was no need for this book to end up being pages long! That's just uncalled for. So yes, maybe I am heartless.
I'm willing to accept that now. Those things I mentioned are ones that a lot of people are undoubtedly gonna find cute.
It's just so insanely unbelievable and so politically forced that I could help but be incredibly annoyed by it. But also, I'm not sorry. This was supposed to be a cute, romance about two adorable gay boys falling in love!
Not a book about idealized political views. If it had been only a romance novel, I would have liked it more, although honestly, not by much.
I liked some of the dialogue. I laughed sometimes. It was cute. But sometimes the characters felt off to me. Like they were trying so hard to be relatable and likable that they broke their established characteristics.
Many of you will love it. I'm sure of it. I just couldn't love it how I wanted. There were too many subplots, too many social issues trying to become part of the main story.
I think a book that did this better was The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue. And not to be that person that compares all the gay books, but I think that one was better at weaving everything in there in ways relevant to the plot and showing realistic consequences of the character's choices.
I went into this book expecting one thing. I got something else instead, and in the end, I think that's the real problem.
If I'm honest, all the issue I mentioned are things that in a book I enjoyed, I might have overlooked. Sadly, this wasn't that book.
Hopefully, you all have better luck with it and please be respectful of my opinion. Also, just a warning, this book is NOT, Young Adult. It contains explicit sexual content!
All opinions are my own. Alicia I agree with you. I personally thought this book was awful. Jan 01, PM. Hayden I respect your opinion.
I enjoyed the book and I thought it was great overall. Even tho I respect your opinion. Not every story is for everyone. Have a great day!
The award for the most over hyped,biggest book disappointment of the year,so far,goes to this book. What on earth is all that about?
Surely that many review copies weren't available? BUT, it certainly worked I've never been so interested in reading something. I mean I've lost count of this appearing on my feed with so many glowing reviews.
And that's ok,each to their own. We all have different tastes but when a book gets such positively you'd be forgiven for expecting something pretty damn special,wouldn't you?
For me,this book isn't anything special at all. It's mediocre. Alex at least had something about him but Henry was like a cardboard cut out. The story jumped from scene to scene with no flow to the story.
I lost count of how many times I had to go back and read certain scenes. Plus, helllooooooo … burger taste testing!! Prep Time 10 minutes.
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