Un himno


One Saturday I took a walk to Zipperhead
I met a girl there and she almost knocked me dead

Punk rock girl
Please look at me
Punk rock girl
What do you see?
Let's travel round the world
Just you and me punk rock girl

I tapped her on the shoulder
And said do you have a beau?
She looked at me and smiled and said she did not know

Punk rock girl
Give me a chance
Punk rock girl
Let's go slam dance
We'll dress like Minnie Pearl
Just you and me punk rock girl

We went to the Philly Pizza Company
And ordered some hot tea
The waitress said well no, we only have it iced
So we jumped up on the table and shouted anarchy
And someone played a Beach Boys song on the jukebox
It it was "California Dreamin"
So we started screamin
On such a winter's day

She took me to her parents for a Sunday meal
Her father took one look at me and he began to squeal

Punk rock girl
It makes no sense
Punk rock girl
Your dad is vice president
Just like the Duke of Earl
Yeah you're for me punk rock girl

We went to a shopping mall
And laughed at all the shoppers
And security guards trailed us to a record shop
We asked for Mojo Nixon
They said he don't work here
We said if you don't got Mojo Nixon then your store could use some fixin

We got into her car away we started rollin
I said how much you pay for this
Said nothin man it's stolen

Punk rock girl
You look so wild
Punk rock girl
Let's have a child
We'll name her Minnie Pearl
Just you and me
Eat fudge banana swirl
Just you and me
We'll travel round the world
Just you and me
Punk rock girl


Un nuevo libro de Rafael Herrera Guillén. Contra el buenismo fácil. La contraportada dice así:
"¿Cuál será el destino de este libro? Desde luego es un ensayo que pretende intervenir francamente en el presente, sin misericordias politicamente correctas. [...] Los destinatarios de este libro son los hombres y las mujeres del siglo XXI, a quienes el autor ofrece su diagnóstico para insistir en que la democracia no tiene en modo alguno garantizada su supervivencia. El destino de este libro, por tanto, es llamar la atención sobre la necesidad urgente de que superemos las dos paranoias que dominan la política internacional de Occidente: la paranoia por acción estadounidense y la paranoia por omisión europea."