Chère Queen Elisabeth II

Alors même que la reine adorée des anglais (et d’un sacré grand nombre de personnes sur cette planète) fêtait, il y a quelques jours, ses 63 ans de règne, un record dans la monarchie britannique, je suis retombée sur cet édito que j’avais mis de côté. Il avait été écrit en l’honneur de son anniversaire il y a un peu plus d’un an. C’est dire si elle est populaire et qu’on ne se lasse pas de parler d’elle!

Je l’avais bien aimé à l’époque, et je l’aime toujours aujourd’hui malgré son manque évident de sens protocolaire 😉 . Je vous laisse le découvrir, mais je vous concède que la piètre qualité de la photo, malgré des retouches pour amélioré sa lisibilité, rende la lecture quelque peu ardue.


Avec un peu de retard donc, félicitations pour ce long et digne règne. Long live the Queen!


The nightmare of the k-pop industry

An excellent article using the example of Busker Busker to show some glimpse of the k-pop industry.

>>> Here <<<

It’s a little long but gives you many details on the history of Busker Busker (버스커버스커), from dusts to stars, and how crazily insane is the kpop world.

Indeed it seems quite dreamy from the outside but when you dig a little those singers and dancers are puppets of major label companies. To be honest, the word should be more negative, like « slave », but this would involve that they were forced to do it, that they didn’t chose it… did they? Hard to make the difference when you don’t have the experience of it. They probably love their job to keep some motivation in such an unhealthy environment!

Also check out this video from Simon & Martina ( eatyourkimchi )

I got the article from it so no need to click on it again in the middle of the video.


The Actor Review: James McAvoy

A great article, about a great actor.
Not too much text, and a lot of pictures illustrating the words.
Worth checking!


« I always believed that I never wanted to be an actor. I only did it because I was allowed to do it and I had to do something. »


I’ve been fascinated by this Scottish actor ever since his role as a faun « Mr. Tumnus » in The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2005).

Since that he has shown up somewhat unexpectedly in his roles, risen up above his co-stars and conveyed the story all the way. Like the movies Atonement (2007), Wanted (2008) and Trance (2013).

He always has such empathy, passion and commitment in his presence.

Additionally… for me it sounds always sexy; a Scottish accent.

James McAvoy is a man with a million faces.

Like Jude Law

Or, umm… Russell Crowe

Could do Ewan McGregor, too

A mad man

A bad guy

A member of a British pop-rock band

A kid


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