Mr Twin Sister - Blush
Wanna make a living off plucking strings,
Wanna live off an altered ego,
Would like to remember my own time,
seconds away from yours
Slogans and graffiti in the streets:
- The more you consume, the less you live. Commodities are the opium of the people.
- Abolish copyrights: sound structures belong to everyone.
- L’ennui est contre-révolutionnaire. (Boredom is counter-revolutionary.)
- L’imagination prend le pouvoir! (Imagination takes power!)
- Soyez réalistes, demandez l’impossible. (Be realistic, ask the impossible.)
- Prenez vos désirs pour la réalité. (Take your desires for reality.)
- On achète ton bonheur. Vole-le. (They are buying your happiness. Steal it.)
- Le patron a besoin de toi, tu n’as pas besoin de lui. (The boss needs you, you don’t need him.)
- L’été sera chaud! (Summer will be hot!)
- On ne revendiquera rien, on ne demandera rien. On prendra, on occupera. (We will beg for nothing. We will ask for nothing. We will take, we will occupy.)
- In a society that has abolished every kind of adventure the only adventure that remains is to abolish the society.
- Sous les pavés, la plage. (Under the paving stones, the beach.)
- Vivre sans temps mort et jouir sans entrave. (Live without wasted time and enjoy without hindrance.)
- Warning: ambitious careerists may now be disguised as “progressives.”
- I love you!!! Oh, say it with paving stones!!!
- Under 21? [Picture of a brick] Here is your ballot!
Me and Eric to the tee
In Slavic mythology, a rusalka (plural: rusalki or rusalky) was a female ghost, water nymph, succubus or mermaid-like demon that dwelled in a waterway. According to most traditions, the rusalki were fish-like women, who lived at the bottom of rivers. In the middle of the night, they would walk out to the bank and dance in meadows. If they saw handsome men, they would intrigue them with songs and dancing, mesmerizing them, then lead the men away to the river floor and to his death.
Artwork by Howard Pyle, 1910.