Rosa's Blog – July 2008 Archive (4)

saXas Quatuor

This week I had the pleasure of attending a recital given by this extremely talented quartet of swiss-latino saxophones who boast the palindromic name of "saXas". The ensemble played jazzed-up versions of La Danza, Historia del Tango and Suite Hellenica among others.



Mélanie Clivaz, founder of the ensemble and alto saxophone player, is hypnotic. While performing the Suite Hellenica I could just imagine this delicate pale woman in a void in which she shined… Continue

Added by Rosa on July 26, 2008 at 2:30pm — 1 Comment

mmm...bacon!

I've got something to confess. I attended sunday mass service this past weekend. I know, I shouldn't... but I was promised brunch afterwards so I couldn't resist...stupid fundie date...damn. Mass wasn't that bad, and the bacon was really good. I just wish the service included dazzling buccaneer garb and pirate lingo like FSM church.



At some point I'm going to have to come clear with Jesús about my pastafarian beliefs, just not when bacon is involved.



I think this is what I… Continue

Added by Rosa on July 23, 2008 at 4:18pm — 9 Comments

Hell: grand inauguration spring 2008

Earlier this year Pope Benedict XVI said, "hell is a place where sinners really do burn in an everlasting fire, and not just a religious symbol designed to galvanise the faithful". By contrast, in 1999 Pope John Paul II said hell was, "the ultimate consequence of sin itself. Rather than a place, hell indicates the state of those who freely and definitively separate themselves from God, the source of all life and joy".



According to the catholic dogma of papal infallibility, which… Continue

Added by Rosa on July 21, 2008 at 9:11pm — 7 Comments

Jesus my Savior

This morning, as I was walking home, at the far end of the street the most amazing cloud of smog I've ever seen caught my attention. It didn't rise and dissolve itself in the atmosphere but instead seemed to be revolving madly upon itself, as if it were inside an invisible giant blender. Curiosity piqued, I kept walking towards it, thoughts absorbed in examining the details of this bizarre atmospheric phenomenon.



The cloud was just a few feet above the ground but it was far too small… Continue

Added by Rosa on July 17, 2008 at 12:00pm — 10 Comments

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