sábado, 11 de abril de 2009

Na horta da White House

Em plena lua cheia resolveram plantar e semear a horta.
Porém... vendo bem, como é uma horta-politica foi uma boa decisão.
E algumas plantas já estavam em vaso.
Logo veremos.
A Terra é tão generosa.
Pelo menos, sempre foi um bom exemplo.

3 comentários:

Anónimo disse...

Buckingham Palace says Michelle Obama did nothing wrong in embracing the Queen. A transatlantic visitor reparing to meet the Queen of England for the first time would be understandably nervous about hitting the right note. After all, high-profile figures have raised Royal-watcher eyebrows with protocol blunders - the most recent of which was allegedly committed by U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama when she posed with her arm on Her Royal Highness on Thursday.
Buckingham Palace insists such "protocol" is a media myth. "Michelle Obama did not breach any protocol," said a spokesman for the palace. "There are no rules whatsoever. It is just a question of being respectful and polite. However, the Bucking Palace website does suggest some tips for people wishing to observe the "traditional form" of greeting: "For men this is a neck bow [from the head only] whilst women do a small curtsy. Other people prefer simply to shake hands in the usual way," the Web site advises. "On presentation to The Queen, the correct formal address is 'Your Majesty' and subsequently 'Ma'am.' "
Set in stone or not, correct behavior in theQueen's presence has befuddled several global leaders even though they were probably coached on the dos and don'ts beforehand. Two Australian premiers have breached the mythical rules: In 2000, John Howard faced scathing headlines for allegedly touching the Queen in a crowded meeting (he's consistently denied that he did) while back in 1992, Paul Keating was dubbed the "Lizard of Oz" for daring to put his hand on the Royal back.
These breaches may set media pulses racing across the world, but the Queen herself is more likely to be worried about what gaffe her husband Prince Philip will make next,
after past slip-ups such as calling Chinese students "slitty-eyed" and accusing British women of being unable to cook. He came up with the goods for the G20. On Wednesday, as President Barack Obama was detailing his day, including meetings with Prime Minister Gordon Brown, and opposition leader David Cameron, as well as the Russian and Chinese premiers, the Duke of Edinburgh chipped in with: "Can you tell the difference between them?" in Forbes

R.O disse...

é um bom exemplo, mas o Obama nem sempre dá bons exemplos...
deixa a mulher brincar na hortinha, e anda a faltar a conferências anti racismo dA ONU.
e anda a dizer que não vai castigar funcionários da CIA que faziam torturas, etc.

Obama nomeou Ray Mabus para secretário da Marinha.
que coincidencia, há imenso tempo que Nostradamus falava de um tal Mabus

R.O disse...

HEY !!
reparei numa coisa.


ao inverso fica:

(parecido com MABUS)