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The time for change HAS COME!

Posted by stylebitch on January 24, 2009

Zeit sich mal wieder neu zu erfinden – im real life, online, spirituell. So this blog is on hiatus, takes a sabbatical, and may or may not return. Stay bitchy to stay sane!

Cheerio-o, Yours Truely

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Sunday Song #37: Christmas S-P-E-C-T-A-C-U-L-A-R Edition

Posted by stylebitch on December 22, 2008

Just thought I’d post a couple of my favorite Christmas (and kinda X-mas related) songs, all of which DON’T feature Wham!


“Christmas in America” (Melissa Etheridge)


“Crucified” (Army of Lovers)


“Hard Candy Christmas” (Dolly Parton)


“Vienna” (Linda Eder)


“Pie Jesu” (Anna Netrebko & Andrew Swait)


“A Christmas Duel” (Cyndi Lauper vs. The Hives)

Stay bitchy :))

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Sunday Song #36: My Turn To Be “Brave”

Posted by stylebitch on December 14, 2008

Brave (sung by the incredibly talented Idina “Wicked” Menzel)

Don’t know just where I’m going
And tomorrow, it’s a little overwhelming
And the air is cold
And I’m not the same anymore
I’ve been running in your direction
For to long now
I’ve lost my own reflection
And I can’t look down
If you’re not there to catch me when I fall.

If this is the moment I stand here on my own
If this is my rite of passage that somehow leads me home
I might be afraid
But it’s my turn to be brave
If this is the last chance before we say goodbye
At least it’s the first day of the rest of my life
I can’t be afraid
Cause it’s my turn to be brave

All along all I ever wanted, was to be the light
When your life was daunting
But I can’t see mine
When I feel as though you’re pushing me away
Well who’s to blame, are we making the right choices
Cause we can’t be sure if we’re hearing our own voices
As we close the door even though we are so desperate to stay

If this is the moment I stand here on my own
If this is my rite of passage that somehow leads me home
I might be afraid
But it’s my turn to be brave
If this is the last chance before we say goodbye
At least it’s the first day of the rest of my life
I can’t be afraid
Cause it’s my turn to be brave

And I might still cry
And I might still bleed
These thorns in my side
This heart on my sleeve
And lightening may strike
This ground at my feet
And I might still crash
But I still believe

This is the moment I stand here all alone
With everything I have inside, everything I own
I might be afraid
But it’s my turn to be brave
If this is the last time before we say goodbye
At least it’s the first day of the rest of my life
I can’t be afraid
Cause it’s my turn to be brave

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Sunday Song #35: “Remember when we were AMAZING?” – Darren Hayes Edition

Posted by stylebitch on December 6, 2008

IT arrived today (I orderet it here), a new true treasure in my small collection of DVDs: The high-end, high-def, 5.1 movie “This delicate film we’ve made” by Darren Hayes. This flawless (and seamlessly blended) melange of of animation, 3D imagery and videoclips, based on Darren’s masterpiece of a concept album, “This delicate thing we’ve made” for me represents creativity in it’s purest and most daring of forms.

And having followed his carreer for quite some time, from “Savage Garden” to this blissful state, I havfe to say: there are musicians, there are singers, there are lyricists – and then there’s Darren. If ever a mighty fairy came to me to ask for one of my dearest wishes, it would be to see the world through DH’s eyes and reinterpret it as outrageously and brilliantly as he does. Wow!

So without further ado, I present a glimpse into the universe that is Darren Hayes:.

The Album (a sample called “Casey”)

The Tour DVD

This Delicate Film We’ve Made DVD

The Lyrics (a beautiful example with a short videoclip LIVE)

How To Build A Time Machine (By Darren Hayes and Robert Conley)

If I have understood correctly velocity equals the distance travelled divided by time.
I’ve read every word ever printed on quantum physics and now it is time to try.
I read your book, I found your notes, I dusted this thing off and turned on the key.
The rumbling motors, the buzzing incredible gadgets, the hissing electricity.
And now, the moment has come.
I’m travelling back in time.
They’re running down the hall.
I’ve started the countdown.
They want me to stop.
But I don’t think so.
I’m ready to go.
Let’s get the job done!

Beyond the paradoxical all the lights are dazzling.
Past the planes and trains and satellite navigation.
Past the time I spent today through the nearest wormhole.
In a stunning ball of white the light explodes and lands on you.
And you’re five.
Always running away when I was dying to kiss you and I,
I don’t want to cry, I don’t want to see where the moving van takes you
so I travel on.
Beyond the stars.
At one hundred and eighty six thousand miles per second I can fly.
Forward a few years, to nineteen hundred and seventy nine I caught a glimpse of the sky.

They’re coming down the road.
They’re coming to get me.
I never should have come.
I hide the time machine.
I’m running down the hall.
I think I’m at my old house.
Past the place where I grew up.
Number 9 Lake Road.
Past the swimming pool and Mabel Park and past Troy Clifford’s house.
To the Argonaut.
To the fish and chip shop.
Out the back and down the road and to the place I got beat up.

Hey! Put that rock down!
Can’t you see he’s half your size?
Hey! He looks familiar.
Oh my God it’s me aged nine!

Put your shoes on and run away from here.
I can’t get involved this is all so weird.
I’m meeting myself this is all so clear.

All the things I lost. All the people I hurt.
All the times I lied. All the moments wasted.
All I never did. All the dreams I had.
All the things I would change. I can change them.
All the things I lost. All the people I hurt.
All the times I lied. All the moments wasted.

I’m gonna make right what I made wrong and change how the future has gone.
Through appliance of science I’ll take hold of my enemies.
Take their obscenities.
Kiss them and leave them like lovers who’ve gone.
I’ll call my dad, I’ll tell him I miss him and tell my reflection it’s not your fault.
And now the moment has come.
I’m travelling back in time.

They’re running down the hall.
I’ve started the countdown.
They want me to stop.
But I don’t think so.
I’m ready to go.
Let’s get the job done!

Put your shoes on and run away from here.
I can’t get involved this is all so weird.

Oh my God it’s me aged 9!
Let’s get the job done!

All the things I lost. All the people I hurt.
All the times I lied. All the moments wasted.
All I never did. All the dreams I had.
All the things I would change. I can change them.

Beyond the paradoxical all the lights are dazzling.
Past the planes and trains and satellite navigation.
Past the time I spent today through the nearest wormhole.
In a stunning ball of white the light explodes into another moment.

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Deliver. Keep the promise. End HIV prejudice. World Aids Day 2008

Posted by stylebitch on December 1, 2008

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Attention, shoppers: What the f*ck is wrong with YOU?

Posted by stylebitch on December 1, 2008

A man trampled to death in a WalMart store on Black Friday – at first I simply couldn’t believe it. Has the world gone completely insane? Is a bargain already worth more than a human life? Read the depressing story in its entirety here:

NEW YORK — Police are reviewing surveillance videos of a
post-Thanksgiving shopper stampede that trampled a suburban Wal-Mart
worker to death, but they acknowledge it may be difficult to bring
criminal charges.

Nassau County police and Wal-Mart Stores Inc. said no new
information was available Saturday on the employee’s brutal death,
which rattled shoppers even as they flocked to the Valley Stream store
a day later.

“It felt a little freakish,” customer
Ellie Berhun, 48, told the Daily News. “Some man lost his life because
a VCR was on sale? Please. It’s just too sad for words.”

Police said the temporary worker, Jdimytai Damour, was mowed down as
about 2,000 bargain-hunters surged into the store at Friday’s 5 a.m.
opening, leaving a metal portion of the door frame crumpled like an
accordion.

Other workers were knocked to the ground as they tried to rescue
Damour, and customers simply stepped over him and kept shopping even as
the store announced it was closing because of the death, police and
witnesses said.

At least four other people, including a woman eight months pregnant,
were taken to hospitals for observation or treatment for minor
injuries. The store, about 20 miles east of Manhattan, closed for
several hours but reopened Friday afternoon.

The day after Thanksgiving is known as Black Friday because it has
traditionally marked the point when a throng of shoppers pushes stores
into profitability for the year.

Bentonville, Ark.-based Wal-Mart said it added staffers and outside
security workers and put up barricades to try to prepare for the crush.
But police spokesman Detective Lt. Michael Fleming said Friday that
security was inadequate for a scene he called “utter chaos.”

Criminal charges are possible, but identifying anyone in the store’s videos may prove difficult, Fleming said.

Damour, 34, came from a temporary agency and was doing maintenance work at the store, Wal-Mart said.

A woman reported being trampled by overeager customers at a Wal-Mart
opening Friday in Farmingdale, about 15 miles east of Valley Stream,
Suffolk County police said. She suffered minor injuries but finished
shopping before filling the report, police said.

Items on sale at the Valley Stream Wal-Mart included a Samsung
50-inch Plasma HDTV for $798, a Bissel Compact Upright Vacuum for $28,
a Samsung 10.2 megapixel digital camera for $69 and DVDs such as “The
Incredible Hulk” for $9. (Source)

Also read Al Norman’s enlightening commentary on the incident:
Wal-Mart Shoppers Are Trained To Be “Savages”

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NEW! Boyzone “Better”: First ever GAY boyband video!!!

Posted by stylebitch on November 25, 2008

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Listen to Britney’s NEW Album “Circus” – HERE!!

Posted by stylebitch on November 25, 2008

*KLICK IMAGE*

(Source)

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Sunday Song #34: Inga from Sweden

Posted by stylebitch on November 16, 2008

As ubercutie singer-songwriter Jay Brannan pointed out on his blog recently, Inga’s Aqua-esque plastic song is pure comic bliss. You go GØRL!

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Attention, shoppers: Die neuen Bauern-, Priester- und Mormonen-Pin-Up-Kalender sind da!!!

Posted by stylebitch on November 12, 2008

F…. Click mich, ich bin ein Bauer. So wie der guckt macht der eher bei “Bauer sucht Bauer” mit …

Mormons Exposed

Katholische Pin-Up-Priester

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