1. digitaltempest:

    Magalenha, Sergio Mendes

  2. elsiemprejoven:

Cidade de Deus- CITY OF GOD- (BRAZIL 2002) JAPANESE POSTER

    elsiemprejoven:

    Cidade de Deus- CITY OF GOD- (BRAZIL 2002) JAPANESE POSTER

  3. Sergio Mendes + Black Eyes Peas - MAS QUE NADA

  4. "Os ingleses o inventaram, os brasileiros o aperfeiçoaram"

    (“The English invented it, the Brazilians perfected it”)

    Ronaldo. The best player in the world when I was a kid.

  5. 98sideof156:

    Sergio Mendes + Brasil 66 - MAS QUE NADA

  6. theimpossiblecool:

Pele.

    theimpossiblecool:

    Pele.

  7. lavanche:

corcovado by beckstei on Flickr.

    lavanche:

    corcovado by beckstei on Flickr.

  8. damonalbarnmusic:

Damon. #everydayrobots. 13 days to go. Click here:http://smarturl.it/damonalbarntvcPre-order #everydayrobots here:http://smarturl.it/itERalbumdeluxe

    damonalbarnmusic:

    Damon. #everydayrobots. 13 days to go. Click here:http://smarturl.it/damonalbarntvc

    Pre-order #everydayrobots here:http://smarturl.it/itERalbumdeluxe

  9. If the intelligence, discipline, and hard work that Colbert invested in The Character can be brought to bear on revitalizing the variety show, then the polity’s loss may turn out to be the culture’s gain. If Colbert can truly reinvent the genre, if he has the freedom and the inclination to blow it up and build on the rubble, then perhaps The Character will not have died in vain.

    — Hendrik Hertzberg on the end of “Stephen Colbert,” the faux-conservative pundit: http://nyr.kr/Q5cyW6 (via newyorker)

  10. offyce:

Kill BIll

Maybe I never will get that Nippon job on 47th Street. Or any real job in this country.

    offyce:

    Kill BIll

    Maybe I never will get that Nippon job on 47th Street. Or any real job in this country.

  11. NBC sets online talent search for comedy writers | www.accessatlanta.com →

  12. As Vermont Goes, So Goes the Nation? →

    "American third parties face many obstacles in national elections, not least financial disadvantages and the ability of the major parties to co-opt dissenters by forming factions (in Canada, rules requiring tight party discipline mean insurgents like the Tea Partiers would probably have to form their own organizations).

    But there is a deeper ideological reason. Canada inherited something else from Britain besides the Westminster system. It retained the full spectrum of English politics. This includes the socialist left and the Tory right — both traditions that, despite their differences, call for a strong central government and the restraint of individual liberty in the interest of the community.

    The United States, by contrast, is a revolutionary state. The founders feared both kingly tyranny and the rule of the mob, and they bequeathed to us a political spectrum that is the narrowest in the Western world. With few exceptions, even left-wing dissenters have preached some version of free market ideology. The Vermont Progressives’ promise to “promote cooperative, worker-owned and publicly owned enterprises” is a far cry from Debs’s demand that “the capitalist system must be overthrown.””