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angela geggLOVE SEX or LUST,
you tell me
which one shall it be
in this day and age
of technology
the creepy/the weird/the free
FREE-DOM of the net
then we suspect
that somehow one or the other
is no longer
faithful
ann we cheat we lie we steal
we abuse – we use
We switch from one to the next
and its all about the SEX…

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Coming from a successful art exhibit and book launch in Belize City, Angela Gegg was in San Pedro over the weekend to showcase her newest artwork and also promote her new book “Artist Confessions” at Belizean Arts located at Fido’s Courtyard.

Her latest exhibit, Impulse, is billed as “her most provocative show to date” and ran from November 13 – 27 at the Institute of Mexico in Belize. Impulse is a multi-part art exhibit that features artistic expressions across media and genres. It also serves as the framework for the launching of Angela’s second book, Artist Confessions, in which the writer deals with universal themes such as Sex, Sadness and Hate through graphic art and poetry.

Predominant themes in the art exhibit, as in the book, are the female form and mentality, as evidenced in the recurring images of women in various settings and props such as naked mannequins which sport messages that allude to “trophy wife” status.

Angela brought part of her art from the exhibit to share with the people of San Pedro and received a very good response from the island public.

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and they call me crazy

People always call me crazy —> my thoughts, my art, my poetry, my ideas, my books, my actions, but Eh, that’s life! They say that I’m different, I’m out there, the fact that I think outside the box and see things in a way that most others can’t grasp; plus my utter honestly seems to bother the masses. Ha, and they call me crazy.

This week on “The View” Sherri Shepherd said to Michaele Salahi… and I quote to  “you should be in jail for being that close to the president”… Now of course you all know what I’m talking about, if you don’t you are probably living on another planet, bc this was big news.  She and her husband got accused of crashing the President Obama’s State Dinner at the white house (last fall); ever since there has been a whirlwind of media surrounding this event.  The sad thing is though is that every singel media house seems to be angry at them for “crashing” and complaining about the fact that they “crashed” the dinner. This is all we have been hearing about, BUT what I wantt o know is why aren’t media agencies attacking the Presidents Security team?? So what if Michaele crashed a party, the fcat of the matter is, if she was actually never invited then how on earth could they have let her in?? That is what I want to know!

Maybe the ladies of the View are just jealous that this Michaela woman went to the party and they didn’t. Like get real ladies, why you trippin on the broad (Michaela), you need to get your shit together and trip on the security detail. It was the Security people who ultimately let her and her husband in (without an invite). Seriously, with all the security in the United States of America and the constant threats of terrorism, you should be worried about the fact that un-invited guests are allowed into the White House. The lady is even posing for pictures with these dudes who are SUPPOSED to be protecting the President.

It’s like helloooo Ladies of the “View”, there are pictures with his woman and Pres Obama! If all you are worried about is the fact that she got to go, then you have some serious problems on your hands. You all sound like a bunch of jealous high-school twats… “how come she got to go to the party”, wahhh, lemme cry about it and pick on her on national TV. Get over it and get involved in the topics that really matter! Who knows, maybe the whole media-lets-pick-on-Michaela is just a cover up in itself to sway people away from the REAL issue of National Security, and NOT the fact that she got to get jiggy with the President.  And lets get real here, President Obama certainly does not look annoyed by the woman, in the picture (taken from http://www.poponthepop.com) he has a big ass smile on his face while shaking her hand.

Michaele and Obama

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You people are all crazy! You bitch and moan about things while not looking at the BIG PICTURE!  I can’t even see why that woman on “The View” said she should be in jail, such bullshit. These women are supposed to be respected  media hosts and look at the cray they are crying about. The same women who had the same president on their show asking him about Lindsay Lohan and Snookie, they ask the leader of the United States of America about Snookie, now that’s laughable. Oh come on people, are serious?!? And that’s all I have to say about that… IF YOU HAVE A PROBLEM WITH IT……SUCK IT

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and they call me crazy

People always call me crazy —> my thoughts, my art, my poetry, my ideas, my books, my actions, but Eh, that’s life! They say that I’m different, I’m out there, the fact that I think outside the box and see things in a way that most others can’t grasp; plus my utter honestly seems to bother the masses. Ha, and they call me crazy. In the blog I’m writing I will be giving you a few examples of why I think this along with pictures to accompany it. Check this out.

I think that in Europe the Government and other organizations conspire to keep their people thin, yes you heard it, I said it, it’s a fat/thin conspiracy. Now I’m not going to get as deep as lets say, the “New World Order” Conspiracy theory, but I am going to go there/here/my fat/thin conspiracy! In America, so many people are overweight and FAT, FAT FAT FAT… and that’s a FACT! In Europe, this is NOT the case, an overweight person (aside from the visiting tourists) is a rare sight.

Take a look at how the toilets and bathrooms that are built and located all over the European Union; they are as small as they get, just plain tiny and far from comfortable. For instance, check out this toilet I happened to come upon on one of my European getaways.

greece toilet

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How on earth can an overweight person urinate in this contraption? Can you imagine a “big person” stooping and squatting here, and what if they had to take a crapper, if they had the engage in the act of defecation, yikes!! They would be shit (no pun intended) outta luck. I I lived in Europe, this in itself would give me motivation to stay skinny, I see it as survival of the fittest and slimmest for sure! Last I checked it was 2010, so why on earth do these contraptions exist throughout Europe, they are everywhere. And to think these are still the toilets at the Charles De Gaul airport in Paris, can you imagine that?

and they call me crazy

and they call me crazy

I was in Athens and really had to use the “lou”, so I headed to the ladies room… I walked in, looked left, looked right, total confusion. “Am in the right room”, i ask myself, i go back outside and check the door just to be sure, and Yes, it said LADIES. I walk back in, as other women are washing their hands & going into stalls. “Oh but this can not be right” i tell myself. I check the other stalls and they are all alike. The woman washing her hands chuckles at the fact that I’m totally & utterly confused. “Are we supposed to squat & actually pee in that thing, oh why did I drink that whole bottle of water & that cup of coffee, i gotta go sooo bad but where the heck are the toilets?”. It was absolutely terrifying, what if i was like 300 lbs & what if i didn’t do pilates,how the heck can people use these things. Huhhhh?? With bathrooms like this they have the balls to call us Belizeans THIRD WORLD???

And how about the shower’s? Showering in Europe is dreadful, and washing my long-ass hair is more than difficult to achieve.

small shower in europe

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Oyyy, this is a topic in and of itself. I’m a mangy 120 lbs and I have a hard time in European shower’s, they are so tiny and claustrophobic like. If I have issues can you imagine an overweight person, I can hardly move in those things, how are people supposed to stay clean if they are big and overweight? Ha, this has to confirm my fat/thin conspiracy theory for sure! And don’t even think about having sex with your partner in the showers, you can forget that, engaging in the act of fornication is a definite double negative. While taking a shower on a sunny summer day in my hotel in Greece, it suddenly dawned on me, they want people to stay skinny, in fact my whole conspiracy theory was born in this very shower. I’ve traveled all over Europe and it’s a rare site to see an overweight person, besides the occasional tourist that comes to visit. On top of all that the portions and food choices are not my usual cuisine (then again this varies throughout Europe, because in Italy I don’t have any problems with food, pizza, pasta, yum yum, gimme gimme). Ok back to my conspiracy, take a look at this un-delicious plate (that I could hardly stomach or eat).

food served in greece

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I was far from full, believe me. Sprats and a lemon, not my idea of dinner.

So that my conspiracy theory for the day people. The European Union has their shit together for keeping their people skinny with their un-usable grounded toilets, uber tiny showers and oddly small food portions. If you wanna be skinny and stay skinny, move to Europe! No more Atkins nonsense, no more Jenny Craig, no more crash diets, just move to Europe. Ha, And they call me crazy!

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I’m sure that anyone who has traveled to Europe can share in my sentiments and probably have your own funny stories to share so feel free to do so here!

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It was Jackson Pollock who blazed an astonishing trail for other Abstract Expressionist painters to follow. De Kooning said, “He broke the ice”, an enigmatic phrase suggesting that Pollock showed what art could become with his 1947 drip paintings.

It has been suggested that Pollock was influenced by Native American sand paintings, made by trickling thin lines of colored sand onto a horizontal surface. It was not until 1947 that Pollock began his “action” paintings, influenced by Surrealist ideas of “psychic automatism” (direct expression of the unconscious). Pollock would fix his canvas to the floor and drip paint from a can using a variety of objects to manipulate the paint.

The Moon-Woman Cuts the Circle (1943; 109.5 x 104 cm (43 x 41 in)) is an early Pollock, but it shows the passionate intensity with which he pursued his personal vision. This painting is based on a North American Indian myth. It connects the moon with the feminine and shows the creative, slashing power of the female psyche. It is not easy to say what we are actually looking at: a face rises before us, vibrant with power, though perhaps the image does not benefit from labored explanations. If we can respond to this art at a fairly primitive level, then we can also respond to a great abstract work such as Lavender Mist. If we cannot, at least we can appreciate the fusion of colors and the Expressionist feeling of urgency that is communicated. Moon-Woman may be a feathered harridan or a great abstract pattern; the point is that it works on both levels.

To say that Pablo Picasso dominated Western art in the 20th century is, by now, the merest commonplace. Before his 50th birthday, the little Spaniard from Malaga had become the very prototype of the modern artist as public figure. No painter before him had had a mass audience in his own lifetime. The total public for Titian in the 16th century or Velazquez in the 17th was probably no more than a few thousand people — though that included most of the crowned heads, nobility and intelligentsia of Europe. Picasso’s audience — meaning people who had heard of him and seen his work, at least in reproduction — was in the tens, possibly hundreds, of millions. He and his work were the subjects of unending analysis, gossip, dislike, adoration and rumor.

He was a superstitious, sarcastic man, sometimes rotten to his children, often beastly to his women. He had contempt for women artists. His famous remark about women being “goddesses or doormats” has rendered him odious to feminists, but women tended to walk into both roles open-eyed and eagerly, for his charm was legendary. Whole cultural industries derived from his much mythologized virility. He was the Minotaur in a canvas-and-paper labyrinth of his own construction.

He was also politically lucky. Though to Nazis his work was the epitome of “degenerate art,” his fame protected him during the German occupation of Paris, where he lived; and after the war, when artists and writers were thought disgraced by the slightest affiliation with Nazism or fascism, Picasso gave enthusiastic endorsement to Joseph Stalin, a mass murderer on a scale far beyond Hitler’s, and scarcely received a word of criticism for it, even in cold war America.