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Temas Similares Tema Autor Foro Respuestas ltimo mensaje Que hacer con Piedad Cordoba?? Politica y Sociedad 49 23 05 2010 01:24:31 Piedad C rdoba anunci liberaciones tras las elecciones CAZATALENTOS Politica y Sociedad 4 06 03 2010 20:25:27 Piedad Cordoba, Nobel de paz? Diego San Politica y Sociedad 26 12 10 2009 16:16:56 El prontuario de Piedad C rdoba CM PUNK Politica y Sociedad 11 20 08 2009 20:15:01 No Mas Piedad Cordoba!!!
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P gina 1 de 2 1 2 >La senadora Piedad C rdoba, quien ha sido en varias ocasiones facilitadora entre el Gobierno y las Farc para la liberaci n de secuestrados, dijo que no puede ocultar su alegr a por el rescate que lograron las Fuerzas Armadas del general Mendieta y el coronel Murillo.

“Nada me hace m s feliz que ver concretado abrazo de libertad, nada m s triste que la desesperanza. Felicidades a familias de rescatados”, escribi C rdoba en su cuenta de Twitter.

Tambi n aprovech la red para anunciar que “por los que faltan seguiremos luchando”.

Sin embargo, expres que apoya la paz, “nunca la salida militar”.

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se te esta acabando poco a poco el negocito de intercambiar secuestrados y el dolor de sus familias por tus camaradas guerrilleros verdad se ora vocera de las fart??? debes estar ardida porque no vas a tener protagonismo en estas liberaciones verdad se ora apatrida,
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como me alegro que estas 3 familias de estos ex secuestrados no tengan que aguantarse la presencia de la teodora ni los mamertos de colombianos y colombianas por las fart.

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se te esta acabando poco a poco el negocito de intercambiar secuestrados y el dolor de sus familias por tus camaradas guerrilleros verdad se ora vocera de las fart??? debes estar ardida porque no vas a tener protagonismo en estas liberaciones verdad se ora apatrida, traidora verdad???

como me alegro que estas 3 familias de estos ex secuestrados no tengan que aguantarse la presencia de la teodora ni los mamertos de colombianos y colombianas por las fart.

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Love, friendship and the daily grind all take on a distinctly sticky quality in “The Flick,” the moving, beautifully acted and challengingly long new play by Annie Baker that opened on Tuesday night at Playwrights Horizons in Manhattan. Ms. Baker, one of the freshest and most talented dramatists to emerge Off Broadway in the past decade, writes with tenderness and keen insight about the way people make messes of their lives and the lives of people they care about and then sink into benumbed impotence, hard pressed to see any way of cleaning things up.

In “The Flick,” directed by Ms. Baker’s frequent collaborator Sam Gold with the customary feathery touch he brings to her work, life’s messy nature takes mild metaphorical form. The three central characters in Ms. Baker’s comedy drama work in a single screen (!) movie theater in Worcester County, Mass., realized in grungily acute detail by the set designer David Zinn.

You can practically smell the stale popcorn that the veteran Sam (Matthew Maher) and the newbie Avery (Aaron Clifton Moten) spend their days and what feels like a full hour of stage time slowly sweeping into dustpans, row by row. But popcorn is just one of the indignities left behind by the theater’s customers: spilled soda, chewing gum and, well, worse.

Even as the characters rail against the outrageous lack of respect shown by moviegoers, they find their own interpersonal relations getting pretty gummed up as Ms. Baker’s play gently unspools in scenes marked by her usual acute sensitivity to the tangential, minimally verbal (and often subverbal) manner in which people often communicate or gingerly avoid communicating.

His attempts to stump Avery with highly absurd pairings in the parlor game Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon leave him dumbfounded at Avery’s prowess. Pauly Shore and Ian Holm? That’s like two plus two equals four for Avery, whose obsession with movies extends to an ardent belief that digital filmmaking is not just an oxymoron but a cultural scourge. One of the reasons he’s come to work at this seedy theater is because it’s among the last in the state to still use a 35 millimeter projector.

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Projection, the loftiest of the jobs at the theater, is the purview of the play’s third principal character, Rose (Louisa Krause). Like both Sam and Avery and almost all the characters in Ms. Baker’s plays she’s a bit of a misfit. Her pale, luminous beauty is purposefully clouded by long fronds of green dyed hair, and she dresses in shapeless black T shirts that proclaim her alienation from traditional norms of femininity.

Among the many small grudges Sam shares with Avery is Rose’s advancement over him at the theater: Sam feels he should be up in the booth by now. Worse still, Rose seems completely oblivious to the bone deep crush Sam has on her (despite the fact that he believes that she’s a lesbian). Avery, who greets Sam’s confidences with unfailing geniality, finds himself uncomfortably drawn into the unspoken tension between the two when Rose makes an aggressive come on one night.

Ms. Baker specializes in moments of intimacy that are awkward, hilarious and ineffably touching. Here Rose’s blunt attempt to ignite a sexual spark with Avery, as they sit next to each other in the theater’s seats, becomes emblematic of the way all three characters remain tone deaf to one another’s yearnings, sensitivities, frustrations. In scenes separated by quick blackouts,
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we are brought into intimacy with these characters through casual chitchat about the irritations of the workplace, random banter about movies (the persnickety Avery argues forcefully that no work of genius has emerged from Hollywood in the last decade), time killing conversations about astrology.

Gradually, a sense of the emotional and ethical problems that plague even small lives like these begins to accumulate. In one of the play’s most affecting scenes, Avery sits alone in the dark theater, talking to a friend on the phone and exposing his sadness in a way that, despite his clear yearning for friendship, he can never seem to do with Sam.

“Maybe it’s never gonna be better,” he says. “Maybe I’m gonna live with my dad for the rest of my life and, like, the actual problem is just that I’m waiting for things to change. Like maybe I’m just gonna be that weird depressed guy and I should just, like, accept it. And that’ll be the life I get.”

And her writing is a great blessing to performers: “The Flick” draws out nakedly truthful and unadorned acting that is a pleasure in itself. Mr. Maher has emerged as a reliably endearing character actor Off Broadway. Here Sam’s simmering exasperation at Rose’s shrugging indifference strikes notes as funny as they are heartbreaking, and his interactions with Avery are often hilarious.

Ms. Krause nails her character’s offhand insensitivity, which she wears with the same casual slouch as she does her goth lite wardrobe. We come to see how vulnerable Rose is, in her own way, when she finds herself suddenly faced with the possibility of losing her job. To her, as to Sam and Avery, what appears to be a dead end grind is really a lifeline to the world that none can afford to let slip from their grip without a fierce fight.

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But Mr. Moten gives the evening’s most revelatory and affecting performance. Moving with the mechanical aspect of an action figure whose batteries are running down, his Avery is a quintessential nerd, right down to the oversize eyeglass frames and the polo shirt buttoned to the top, but one whose quiet rectitude and sweetness are indicated in his every speech. Like many people who lose themselves in art from an early age, Avery will take a longer time than usual to find his bearings in the real world.

For all the delicacy and insight of the writing, the epiphanies certainly take their sweet time coming in “The Flick,” which at three hours (with one intermission) runs about as long as your average Shakespeare production. The emotional impact of the events that gradually leave one of the characters feeling alienated from the others is somewhat vitiated by the play’s inordinate length. (Ms. Baker’s plays “The Aliens” and “Circle Mirror Transformation” achieved equally potent effects at considerably shorter duration.)

And yet if you have any feeling for ordinary people in furtive search of those extraordinary things requited love, true friendship, a sustaining belief in man’s humanity to man that can ennoble any life (or blight it, should they be lost), this lovingly observed play will sink deep into your consciousness, and probably stay there for a while. Without question “The Flick” requires your patience, but it rewards that patience too, bountifully.
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Villegas quedó 7

Luego de coronarse en la etapa final de la FedEx Cup, el colombiano Camilo Villegas quedó como número siete del ranking mundial de la PGA. Por su parte, Andrés Romero descendió dos puestos y está 30. Un puesto detrás del tucumano aparece el cordobés ngel Cabrera. El cómodo líder, aun sin jugar por una lesión, sigue siendo el estadounidense Tiger Woods.

Si las condiciones climáticas lo permiten, hoy se jugará el partido postergado del Abierto de polo de Tortugas, entre La Aguada Arelauquen y Black Watch Ralph Lauren. Será el debut para La Aguada,
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el equipo formado por los hermanos Novillo Astrada en el primer certamen de la triple corona, lauro que ya ganó en 2003. Por su parte, será el segundo encuentro para el novato Black Watch, integrado por Bautista Heguy, Ignacio Figueras, Matías MacDonough y Francisco de Narváez (h). De tal manera, como el requisito es indispensable para el cobro de las mismas,
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los deportistas no cobrarán hasta que las federaciones acerquen la documentación.