The Symbol Of Resistance


Depending on who you ask, Trump’s inauguration either brought out around 250,000 to 900,000 people (according to the media) or a number so HUGE that it hasn’t been invented yet (according to Trump). And that number included protesters like the purple parka-wearing warrior who tossed out a double fuck you during his speech.

And just like that, the perfect poster for the Women’s March was created.

Buzzfeed reporter Mary Georgantopoulos covered the inauguration yesterday and tweeted that picture of the middle finger-wielding champion in purple along with this caption:

“Lots of middle fingers up in the air during Trump’s speech”


Naturally, this photo has gone viral, winning the hearts of everyone around the world. She is the perfect symbol of that anger, resistance and give-no-fucks defiance we need today, for the rest of 2017, and/or the next 4-8 years and beyond.

So, who is she anyway?

The internet has helpfully identified her as Anita Yavich, an award-winning costume designer, Associate Professor of Theater Design at SUNY Purchase, and a Lecturer in Theater at Princeton University. And clearly, not a fan of that Orange asshole. 

Anita makes my heart sing and Kanye’s b-hole pucker.

Too bad both those middle fingers didn’t launch missiles with a very good sense of direction. YOU GO GURL!


feher_isten_ver2This is a 2014 Hungarian film and I watched last night… it was REALLY GOOD despite the not so perfect last minutes.

First of all this not a childish Disney-like type of film, in fact it’s not for children… nor that Hollywood would ever do something so creative like this either.

This awesome film is open to interpretations.

To me was about few things: Abuse, oppression, animal cruelty, racism and even immigration, told from the point of view of dogs and children.

This film is a family drama that becomes a thriller, a parable, as well as a tough critique of the way men assume superiority over nature.

If you’re an animal lover like myself, it’s gonna be hard to watch from parts. Although, art doesn’t have always to be easy to watch in order the be great.


All the actors were very good, particularly the young actress Zsofia Psotta, and the two stars of the film (2 dogs) who played “Hagen,” Luke and Body.

Unlike the trailer, the film is a bit more disturbing and not for everyone. But in general this movie hits the heart strings with great cinematography and powerful moments. The director Kornél Mundruczó deserves praise for his amazing direction, especially his directing of the dogs.

It’s just terrible the things men do to animals.

Incredible film!! 



Israel artist Shahak Shapira has created a website called “Yolocaust” where he contrasts photographs of people smiling, juggling and doing yoga with the horrors of the concentration camps…

The thoughtless selfies are juxtaposed next to startling archive wartime images to show just how absurd (read IDIOTIC) the actions of the social-media obsessed youngsters are.

The memorial, which was erected in Berlin to commemorate the millions of murdered Jewish people, is formed of 2,711 concrete slabs arranged in a grid pattern on a sloping field.

Every day hundreds of visitors are seen taking selfies, with many even climbing on the stones and dancing around like total fucktards because clearly they have ZERO education, decency, dignity, morals and respect.

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How would you feel if people were desecrating your parents or grandparents grave and then posting it on Instagram with stupids hashtags like #checkmeout?

These ignorant should be getting sanctions for it.

Powerful way of shaming them though.