Dale a la gente concursos que puedan ganar recordando la letra de las canciones...– Ray Bradbury en Fahrenheit 451 (1953). El libro habla de un futuro donde los libros son ilegales y se deben quemar. Lo inquietante de todo ese trozo es que pareciera que habla de la sociedad de hoy, de la TV de hoy…. (via peptoattack)
Ayudar a los vagabundos es facil
Brandon Flowers, Q Magazine, 2007
Q: Famously you met Morrissey when you were working at Spago restaurant in Vegas. But there must have been more famous customers than that.
Brandon: I did Celine Dion, Mike Tyson, the Reverend Al Sharpton.
Q: Did that teach you anything about fame?
Brandon: Well, I didn't realise the lesson I learnt from Morrissey at the time but I do now. He didn't deal with me in a bad way, but his bodyguards did. I know now it's ridiculous taking a guy a pizza and telling him how much you love him. As a kid you don't know that. Now I make sure not to embarrass people who approach me.
Q: Were you embarrassed?
Brandon: Sure. Afterwards he was sat in his private dining room and he could see directly in to the kitchen where I'd be making an iced tea or cutting bread. And he'd look at me and we'd lock eyes and both look away. He was probably watching what I was doing with that knife. I understand that now.