vendredi 20 mars 2015

Charlie the Cat



Here is Charlie the Cat. He must be 6 months old now. He used to be very friendly (if I can say so) but now he keeps hiding under a wood pallet every time I go see him. He holds a grudge against me, I think, for managing to put him into a box and move it to his master's new place. Charlie is a dominant male that takes himself seriously. That's what I think.

En tout cas, c'est un beau chat, ça. J'aime bien les chats de gouttière, les chats libres qui ne se prennent pas la tête et ne se comparent ni à des tigres ni à des grands bourgeois.

mardi 17 mars 2015

METAMORPHE


Que va cet édifice en forme d'Arc de Triomphe devenir si Montpellier cesse d'être la capitale du monde, euh de la région dès lors métamorphique qui ne s'appellera plus Languedoc-Roussillon et sera englobée dans - voire avalée par -  la région de Toulouse ?

Laisse béton, me direz-vous ? C'est vrai qu'au niveau des marches du palais frêchien qui semble avoir capté tout ce qu'il restait de lumière le soir où je l'ai pris en photo, on ne voit que du béton. Ce n'est pas là que le Lez est le plus beau, c'est peu de le dire. 



mardi 10 mars 2015

RADIO MEUH


Very unusual and very trendy !!! Radio Meuh was at the big exhibition in Sète at the end of last year.....

A few years ago, Pierre Guiraud, from Lodève, known better as "Pierrot le Zygo," used a huge cheque to pay his taxes. He took the cow-shaped cheque to the tax office where the employees were compelled to take it. Pierrot considered he had to pay too much, especially compared to the little money he had earned. Funny way to say to the government that people were tired of working night and day and not harvesting any benefits. In other words, he had enough of being considered as a "vache à lait."