"A hungry dog will need to resort to a new food and exercise 

regime after one mouthful too many."

Originally made for the RSPCA 'Give Animal A Voice' campaign in 2008. 

Snow Business - Simon's Cat

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“The animal needing something knows how much it needs, the man does not.” — Democritus

“My living in Yorkshire was so far out of the way, that it was actually twelve miles from a lemon.” — Sydney Smith

“Not to know what happened before you were born is to remain forever a child.” — Cicero

“The thoughts that come often unsought, and, as it were, drop into the mind, are commonly the most valuable of any we have, and therefore should be secured, because they seldom return again.” — John Locke, letter to Samuel Bold, May 16, 1699

“I have always observed that to succeed in the world one should appear like a fool but be wise.” — Montesquieu

“It is a profitable thing, if one is wise, to seem foolish.” — Aeschylus

“All wisdom is folly that does not accommodate itself to the common ignorance.” — Montaigne

“I don’t believe in playing down to children, either in life or in motion pictures. I didn’t treat my own youngsters like fragile flowers, and I think no parent should. Children are people, and they should have to reach to learn about things, to understand things, just as adults have to reach if they want to grow in mental stature. Life is composed of lights and shadows, and we would be untruthful, insincere, and saccharine if we tried to pretend there were no shadows. Most things are good, and they are the strongest things; but there are evil things too, and you are not doing a child a favor by trying to shield him from reality. The important thing is to teach a child that good can always triumph over evil, and that is what our pictures attempt to do.” — Walt Disney

“One will rarely err if extreme actions be ascribed to vanity, ordinary actions to habit, and mean actions to fear.” — Nietzsche

“How wonderful opera would be if there were no singers.” — Gioacchino Rossini

“No good opera plot can be sensible, for people do not sing when they are feeling sensible.” — W.H. Auden

“People are wrong when they say that the opera isn’t what it used to be. It is what it used to be — that’s what’s wrong with it!” — Noël Coward

“All men are mortal. Socrates was mortal. Therefore, all men are Socrates.” — Woody Allen

“I am by heritage a Jew, by citizenship a Swiss, and by makeup a human being, and only a human being, without any special attachment to any state or national entity whatsoever.” — Albert Einstein

“I want to be a human being, nothing more and nothing less. … I don’t suppose we can ever stop hating each other, but why encourage that by keeping the old labels with their ready-made history of millennial hate?” — Isaac Asimov

“Patriots always talk of dying for their country, and never of killing for their country.” — Bertrand Russell

“If I knew of something that could serve my nation but would ruin another, I would not propose it to my prince, for I am first a man and only then a Frenchman … because I am necessarily a man, and only accidentally am I French.” — Montesquieu

“Patriotism is your conviction that this country is superior to all other countries because you were born in it.” — George Bernard Shaw

“The Bible tells us to love our neighbors, and also to love our enemies; probably because they are generally the same people.” — G.K. Chesterton

“If you choose to represent the various parts in life by holes upon a table, of different shapes, — some circular, some triangular, some square, some oblong, — and the persons acting these parts by bits of wood of similar shapes, we shall generally find that the triangular person has got into the square hole, the oblong into the triangular, and a square person has squeezed himself into the round hole. The officer and the office, the doer and the thing done, seldom fit so exactly, that we can say they were almost made for each other.” — Sydney Smith

“When lost in a forest go always down hill. When lost in a philosophy or doctrine go upward.” — Ambrose Bierce

“Life is like playing a violin solo in public and learning the instrument as one goes on.” — Samuel Butler

“Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance you must keep moving.” — Albert Einstein

“You cannot learn to skate without making yourself ridiculous — the ice of life is slippery.” — George Bernard Shaw (quoting the motto of the Cambridge Fabian Society)

“People who count their chickens before they are hatched act very wisely because chickens run about so absurdly that it’s impossible to count them accurately.” — Oscar Wilde

“Whether you can observe a thing or not depends on the theory which you use. It is the theory which decides what can be observed.” — Albert Einstein

“When we observe nature, and especially the ordering of nature, it is always ourselves alone we are observing.” — G.C. Lichtenberg

“There is an astonishing imagination, even in the science of mathematics. An inventor must begin with painting correctly in his mind the figure, the machine invented by him, and its properties or effects. We repeat there was far more imagination in the head of Archimedes than in that of Homer.” — Voltaire

“If villains understood the advantages of being virtuous, they would turn honest out of villainy.” — Ben Franklin

“My view of life is, that it’s next to impossible to convince anybody of anything.” — Lewis Carroll

“It is easier to resist at the beginning than at the end.” — Leonardo

“I wrote somewhere once that the third-rate mind was only happy when it was thinking with the majority, the second-rate mind was only happy when it was thinking with the minority, and the first-rate mind was only happy when it was thinking.” — A.A. Milne

“Personally, I have always looked upon cricket as organized loafing.” — William Temple

“I regard golf as an expensive way of playing marbles.” — G.K. Chesterton

“I hate all sports as rabidly as a person who likes sports hates common sense.” — H.L. Mencken

“Among the smaller duties of life I hardly know any one more important than that of not praising where praise is not due.” — Sydney Smith

“Now she is like everyone else.” — Charles de Gaulle, at the funeral of his daughter Anne, who had Down syndrome, February 1948

“Humiliation and indifference, these are conditions every one of us finds unbearable — this is why the Coyote when falling is more concerned with the audience’s opinion of him than he is with the inevitable result of too much gravity.” — Chuck Jones

“I maintain that there is no common language or medium of understanding between people of education and without it — between those who judge of things from books or from their senses. Ignorance has so far the advantage over learning; for it can make an appeal to you from what you know; but you cannot re-act upon it through that which it is a perfect stranger to. Ignorance is, therefore, power.” — William Hazlitt

“That’s one small step for [a] man, one giant leap for mankind.” — Neil Armstrong, 1969

“Better if he had said something natural like, ‘Jesus, here we are.’” — Edmund Hillary, 1974

“I have somewhere met with the epitaph of a charitable man, which has very much pleased me. I cannot recollect the words, but the sense of it is to this purpose; What I spent I lost; what I possessed is left to others; what I gave away remains with me.” — Joseph Addison

“History is philosophy teaching by examples.” — Thucydides

“Few people are capable of expressing with equanimity opinions that differ from the prejudices of their social environment. Most people are even incapable of forming such opinions.” — Albert Einstein

“Most people are other people. Their thoughts are someone else’s opinions, their lives a mimicry, their passions a quotation.” — Oscar Wilde

“We think as we do mainly because other people think so.” — Samuel Butler

“In like manner, if I let myself believe anything on insufficient evidence, there may be no great harm done by the mere belief; it may be true after all, or I may never have occasion to exhibit it in outward acts. But I cannot help doing this great wrong towards Man, that I make myself credulous. The danger to society is not merely that it should believe wrong things, though that is great enough; but that it should become credulous, and lose the habit of testing things and inquiring into them; for then it must sink back into savagery.” — William Kingdon Clifford

(He distilled this into a credo: “It is wrong always, everywhere, and for any one, to believe anything upon insufficient evidence.”)

“Why does one never hear of a blessing thundering down the years and pursuing a certain family while pouring the gifts of the gods into their laps?” — Lady Norah Ida Emily Noel Bentinck, My Wanderings and Memories, 1924

“The mode of death is sadder than death itself.” — Martial

“Adam was but human — this explains it all. He did not want the apple for the apple’s sake, he wanted it only because it was forbidden. The mistake was not forbidding the serpent; then he would have eaten the serpent.” — Mark Twain

Still more wisdom from German aphorist Georg Christoph Lichtenberg (1742-1799):

“That man is the noblest creature may also be inferred from the fact that no other creature has yet contested this claim.”
“If people should ever start to do only what is necessary, millions would die of hunger.”
“I am convinced we do not only love ourselves in others, but hate ourselves in others too.”
“Erudition can produce foliage without bearing fruit.”
“Nothing is judged more carelessly than people’s characters, and yet there is nothing about which we should be more cautious. Nowhere do we wait less patiently for the sum total which actually is the character. I have always found that the so-called bad people gain when we get to know them more closely, and the good ones lose.”
“Completely to block a given effect requires a force equal to that which caused it. To give it a different direction, a trifle will often suffice.”
“Undeniably, what we call perseverance can lend the appearance of dignity and grandeur to many actions, just as silence in company affords wisdom and apparent intelligence to a stupid person.”
“The sure conviction that we could if we wanted to is the reason so many good minds are idle.”
“There were honest people long before there were Christians and there are, God be praised, still honest people where there are no Christians. It could therefore easily be possible that people are Christians because true Christianity corresponds to what they would have been even if Christianity did not exist.”
“He who knows himself properly can very soon learn to know all other men. It is all reflection.”
“It is certain, it seems, that we can judge some matter correctly and wisely and yet, as soon as we are required to specify our reasons, can specify only those which any beginner in that sort of fencing can refute. Often the wisest and best men know as little how to do this as they know the muscles with which they grip or play the piano. This is very true and deserves to be pursued further.”
German aphorist Georg Christoph Lichtenberg (1742-1799)

“I believe what really happens in history is this: the old man is always wrong; and the young people are always wrong about what is wrong with him. The practical form it takes is this: that, while the old man may stand by some stupid custom, the young man always attacks it with some theory that turns out to be equally stupid.” — G.K. Chesterton

“If I could remember the names of all these particles I’d be a botanist.” — Enrico Fermi

“It is not that I have accomplished too few of my plans, for I am not ambitious; but when I think of all the books I have read, and of the wise words I have heard spoken, and of the anxiety I have given to parents and grandparents, and of the hopes that I have had, all life weighed in the scales of my own life seems to me a preparation for something that never happens.”

– Yeats, Reveries Over Childhood and Youth, 1914

“It is the law of life that if you are kind to someone you feel happy. If you are cruel you are unhappy. And if you hurt someone, you will be hurt back.” — Cary Grant

“When I do good, I feel good. When I do bad, I feel bad. That’s my religion.” — Abraham Lincoln

“It all comes to this: the simplest way to be happy is to do good.” — Helen Keller


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IM JUST A LONELY CHILD - Jim Björklund | Weird Gif Animations


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Some Weird Gif Animations!


IRON AND WINE Free Until They Cut Me Down


Free Until They Cut Me Down

when the men take me to the devil tree
i will be free and shining like before
papa dont tell me what i should've done
she's the one who begged me
"take me home"

when the wind wraps me like the reaper's hand
i will swing free until they cut me down
papa dont tell me what i could've done
she's the one who begged me
"take me home"

when the sea takes me like my mother's arms
i will breathe free as any word of god
papa dont tell me what you would've done
she's the one who begged me
"take me home"


Sandi Thom - Saturday Night (Home made video from Sandi's Kitchen!) 2007

Back in 2007, After learning that Sandi's then label Sony BMG would not authorize a budget to make the official video to Saturday Night, having also asked Sandi to tone down the lyrics with reference to Drug and Drink too offensive, Sandi makes this video, at home, in her kitchen, while her flat mates go about their business as a bit of a F*ck you to the label and proves that once again, in Sandi's world...she makes the rules!!

Henrik Dorsin - En gaffel kort

The White Stripes - 'Jolene'

THE WHITE STRIPES 'Seven Nation Army' WITH lyrics

The White Stripes - Charly Rose Interview pt. 1

The White Stripes - Charly Rose Interview pt. 2

The White Stripes - Charly Rose Interview pt. 3




Socialdemokratin är en existentialism, kollektivismen ett verktyg, målet är individens frihet från sin bestämning.

Socialdemokratin är en filosofisk idé för ett helt samhälle, inte en sammanslutning för att medlemmarna ska må bra.

Människan är universell. Färg och form säger inget om individers egenskaper. Avväg alla beslut i enlighet med denna tanke.

Socialdemokratin kommer ur upplysningen; en förnuftsrörelse grundad i anständighetens känsla.

Satsa på de fria konsterna, den fria forskningen och bildningsmöjligheterna.

Marknaden gör inte moraliska bedömningar, det gör människor.

Politik är tillämpad moralfilosofi.

Valfrihet är inte frihet, men urholkar jämlikheten. Återreglera.

Fördriv anti-intellektualismen men glöm aldrig hur det känns att vara i underläge.

Är allt detta abstrakt strunt? Politik handlar väl om procentsatser och bidragens införande, höjande och sänkande?

Alla relationer är maktrelationer. Arbetsmarknaden utgörs av relationer. Desperationen är maktlös. 

Full sysselsättning och kollektivavtal är enda värnet mot arbetsgivares arrogans.


Job titles yet to be created and me being a depressed nut job WITH GIFs

I traded in my hope for a hangover and a headache

I’m contemplating rope but can’t tie knots that great

-Isnt competition a drag….?

-no no no its life….freedom…almost love and existence

-ok…and hows that going…?-really?

Job titles yet to be created to force us turning the money wheel…


Dynamic Atomic Trust Tenderizer

Theoretical Harness Sneller

Product Ophthalmic Buzzsaw Candler

Refrigerator Hackler

Central Tumbling Capsule Taper

Thermal Kiln Crystallographer

Product Vertical Car-Wash Transcriber

Human Boilermaking Package Butcher

Senior Religious Trip Optometrist

Beaming Pack-Room Beveler

Senior Ticketing Coloring Coverer

Central Checkroom Janitor

Psychic Ventilation Milker

Overhead Fun-House Bottomer

Investor Photographic Fur Layer

Government Internist

Global Tub Grainer

Billposting Plywood Judge

Window-Shade Distributor

Direct Booking Flight-Test Tester

Lead Auxiliary Steam Cataloger

Lead Filter Driver

Clip-On Buckle Drifter

Legacy Burning Wool Reducer




först sjunger människan

fram världen

sedan pratar hon bort den

för i en avlägsen framtid

kommer det sista regnet falla

och inte ens kärlek

fann jag pladdrar

helst bort allt verkar

okär men bla bla bland annat

ska jag hämta

kaffe se våren komma

punkt komma komma

punkt komma




lördag, den 7 maj 2011


Bada så kul å 

sol i sinnet barndomsminnet

kröka så sakta - 

akta akta!!




vi får tystnaden

att andas och

du vet ensamheten

mitt i festen har

aldrig mått så här 

bra lugn bara lugn

-som en filbunke-

sa morfar


vi får tystnaden

att andas och

du vet festen

mitt i ensamheten har

aldrig mått så här 

bra lugn bara lugn

-som en filbunke

sa morfar

som en filbunke



Vår samtid far

mycket hårt fram

med de

fattiga och svaga

-ingen ens beklagar.

man hatar dom istället kallar

dom parasiter fuskare

för att

dom finns eftersom de

sänker värdet på det egna


tror man


det går inte att

jämföra lidande

kvantitativt eller

kvalivativt på nån slags


fast vår tids

störda vikter och balanser

avkrävs just detta och

endast detta vilket gör en färsk

kanelbulle i soporna sämre än

matförgiftning på krogen

och så här missförståndas allt

vår samtid far

mycket hårt fram

med de

fattiga och svaga

-ingen ens beklagar.


jim björklund - söndag, den 14 mars 2010

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