Friday, 22 December, Year 9 d.Tr. | Author: Mircea Popescu

I have no idea why that title. I just like the implication that there's ho in hotel, what do you want from me.

Moving on,


Here's a list of chicks (and some interspersed cucks) that visited the "Detras del Porton Rojo : una vision de la erotica en el arte costarricense" exhibitioni at the Museo de Arte Costarricense yesterday. Feel free to drop them a line / give them a call see if they want to go out with you or something. I mean, why not, right ?

Start with the sixteen year olds, I say. They were asking for it, first for the obvious and fundamental reason, and then who goes to see porny things if they're not looking for your dick ?

Speaking of which,


Leaving aside that the working materials of physical anthropology aren't art and that sacerdote does in fact mean priest ... well... The next dick over was from a "security guard" and I lost interest. Who the hell cares what the ideal vulvular hole to fit government clerks would look like ?


This'd be the best modern item in the whole pile, sadly ruined by my inept camera skills. The satyr's face is very convincingly other, you almost want to fuck him just for the seminal diversity. If you're a girl, I mean.

Alternatively, there's also a piece interesting from a historical rather than artistic point of view :


Clearly antique, but nevertheless correctly depicts the adult woman of her period : snatch shaved, skirt raised, fat in a certain way and so following. Ten thousand pantsuit retcon-fictions weigh exactly nothing against this.

Even more alternatively, the only reason that building even is worth the mention, this top room :


The actual workmanship is not very accomplished, either technically or artistically (that soviet-brutalist Diego Rivera crap is really unworthy of mention among civilised folk), but they really don't have that much! What can they do ?

  1. I'll spoil it for you : tiny country with ~no art scene to speak of. The whole thing is "Here's some nekkidy doodle someone drew on a schoolbook. In 1972. We kept it because there's really not so much to keep around here."

    No kidding. []

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  1. sacerdote does in fact mean priest ...

    Doesn't `Popescu`also mean "of the priest" ?

    I have an especial loathing for Diego Rivera for some reason, always hated the ape-like way he rendered the human form.

  2. Mircea Popescu`s avatar
    Mircea Popescu 
    Saturday, 23 December 2017

    Yeah, it's insufferable, "here's how far we're willing to go to support the socialist-equalitarian nonsense of interchangeable, worthless and meaningless people". Shameful, he should have had his fingers hammered individually rather than be permitted to dick about with artsy pretenses.

    And yes, Popescu means something like "some antecessor was a priest".

  3. "priest-ish".

    It's quite a nice suffix to indicate actually being Roman.
    And you can easily tell who raped who in certain parts: names for the children are like Francisco, with the proper suffix, while the patronymic is something like Fernandez, because some Ferdinand invader came nicely inside.

    It's a nice indicator to know who deserves to be here, and to know that some nations are here to stay and some others don't... at least not in equal conditions.

  4. Mircea Popescu`s avatar
    Mircea Popescu 
    Saturday, 23 December 2017

    Altogether dubious considerations. There's even some broad named Mircea for the same money.

  5. But still, I see the slavs' attempt at be-romanizing their surnames as an indicator of which culture predominates.

    In the western shithole of the Empire, the top surnames are a Basque one and the rest are all German.

    Guess who works as a waiter for the tourists. And guess who needs foreign workers cause they can't find someone who knows how to glue four walls together + ceiling.

    But, yes, it's a broad assumption, doesn't work even for me for example.

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