Thursday, November 15, 2007

The World According to Marc Jacobs

drawing by marguerita"Despite whatever rumors you may have heard, I'm not out of my mind."

“You know they are expecting a show,” he said.

“People don’t really want reality,” he said.

“They want surgically enhanced, scripted reality.

The perversity of life today is so thrilling to me. It’s like a circus out there. It’s cartoon land.”
“In the most basic way I can say it,” he said, relighting a cigarette, “coming from a psychological place, what I love more than anything is attention. That is about as honest of a statement that I could possibly make. I want a reaction, because I want the attention.

“Why are people so bitter and jealous and being so horrible to me?”

About :Mercy (Middle English, from Anglo-French merci, from Medieval Latin merced-, merces, from Latin, "price paid, wages", from merc-, merx "merchandise") can refer both to compassionate behaviour on the part of those in power (e.g. mercy shown by a judge toward a convict) or on the part of a humanitarian third party (e.g. a mission of mercy aiming to treat war victims). Mercy is a term used to describe the leniency or compassion shown by one person to another, or a request from one person to another to be shown such leniency or compassion. One of the basic virtues of chivalry and Christian ethics, it is also related to concepts of justice and morality in behaviour between people. In India, compassion is known as karuna.

In a legal sense, a defendant having been found guilty of a capital crime may ask for clemency from being executed. (A famous literary example is from The Merchant of Venice when Portia asks Shylock to show mercy. The quality of mercy is not strained, she tells him.)from Wikipedia

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