sábado, 16 de agosto de 2008

Em perigo:

Aí o tubarão e a tartaruga, duas espécies vítimas da pesca incidental (em redes de arrasto e outras), representados por voluntários do Greenpeace, no lançamento da Campanha de Oceanos que aconteceu hoje de manhã no Parque Villa Lobos. http://www.greenpeace.org/brasil/oceanos/

2 comentários:

Anônimo disse...

Muito boa estas fantasias! Pelo jeito fazem o maioorrrr sucesso com a molecada!!! Pelo menos começam a perceber que no mar tb tem vida... e das grandes! Entre nessa onda com o Greenpeace!

Dathlers disse...

Um poema americano moderno por John Darnielle no relacionamento entre a poluição pessoal [toxicodependência] e a poluição da terra

Suas coisas belgas – Os Bodes de Montanha (John Darnielle)

The men were here to get your Belgian things
They'll store them for you in an airplane hangar
Those guys in biohazard suits
Mud kicking on their rubber boots
They've come to keep your pretty things from danger
The men were here to get your Belgian things
They'll spend the whole day hauling them downstairs
I shot a roll of thirty-two exposures
My camera groans beneath the weight it bears

I can see you in my sleep
Playing the points for all you're worth
Walking gingerly across the bruised earth

The men were here to get your Belgian things
They waltzed right through the door and went fluorescent
Their boots were black and shiny and your treasures gleamed like stars
Bones from deep down in the fertile crescent.

The arteries are clogging in the mainframe
There's too much information in the pipes
I saw the mess you left up in the east bedroom
A tiger's never gonna change its stripes
I guess… I guess … But Jesus what a mess!
One way in and no way out

The men were here to get your Belgian things
And only I was here to see them do it.
I wish you had a number where you are
It's hard with no one here to help me through it
I can see you in my sleep.
Playing the points for all you're worth.

Walking gingerly across the bruised earth.