Zur Bedeutung der Mayerischen und der Herkunft eines Ausspruchs 
Monday, 30 .January, 2006, 16:33 - Deutsche Einträge, Comedy
Alle Maiers sind verschieden - die einzig akzeptable Schreibweise ist mit ay zwischen dem M und dem er. Der Name an sich ist ein Sammelbegriff für einen verwegenen Menschenschlag der sich öffentlich meist harmlos gibt jedoch hinter der vermeintlichen Ödnis seines Namens die Weltherrschaft mittels perverser Praktiken zu erlangen sucht. Altbaiern wird bereits von den Mayerischen beherrscht und gibt sich nach aussen (exoterisch) konservativ, verstockt und deppert während im Inneren (esoterisch), hinter den Stumdialn (Stubentüren - Wohnzimmereingangsverschlüssen) unnennbare Praktiken betrieben werden, die nur für einem von Geburt an eingeweihten und spätestens mit 14 in einer katholischen Kirche voll initiierten Mitglied der Mayerei voll verständlich und erträglich sind. Die Eingemeindung Preissns ("Operation Mistgabel") wird in einem kühnen Überraschungsangriff innerhalb der nächsten Dekaden über die Bühne gehen.

Ansonsten gilt die altgriechische Weisheit (Siehe Sokrates: Phaidon, vierte Szene, letzter Aufzug): "Obacht gem, lenga lem", die im Folgenden erläutert wird:

"lenga lem" hat seinen Ursprung wahrscheinlich im Hinterpersischen und umschreibt um 400 v.UZR die bewusste Abwendung der griechischen Philosophen vom Glauben an ein Existenz nach dem Tod - es ist sozusagen (sehr schwer zu übersetzen) der Hinweis darauf, dass es sinnvoller ist die Existenz im Diesseits zeitlich auszudehnen.

Die Herkunft von "Oh-bacht" ist nicht klar. Man vermutet es handelt sich um eine Wortkonstruktion des Sokrates - wiederum eine Abkehr, diesmal von der Verehrung der Götter hin zu einem mehr in die Natur eigebetteten Leben, einem (für damals recht grüne Vorstellungen) "vorsichtigen" Leben.

"gem" kann mann allgemein mit dem Verb "sein" übersetzen - es beinhaltet im Zusammenhang dieses Satzes aber auch einen mahnenden Zusatz (das "m" am Ende), dass eine eher strenge Befehlsform vermuten lässt.

Sei achtsam mit Deinem eigenen Jetzt, damit Du nicht zu früh herausfindest, dass es kein Jenseits gibt - so könnte man es recht frei übersetzen.

Es hat inetwa den gleichen Stellenwert in der modernen Philologie wie der bekannte hebräische Ausspruch "wer von Euch ohne Sünde ist, den lass ich als ersten rein".
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Blog Pictures are now Thumbnails 
Monday, 30 .January, 2006, 16:24 - English Entries, Online/Blogs
The pictures visible on the blog-pages are not thumbnails (as long as they are not included from other pages) and therefore the page loads much faster. Many thanks to Andreas K. for requesting that.

The thumbnails are done with Visualizer Photo Resize, a freeware tool that is easy to use.
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Website down for a while 
Tuesday, 17 .January, 2006, 12:33 - English Entries, Online/Blogs
My website at www.fragmentspuren.de is currently down and redirected to this Weblog. Fragmentspuren will come up again during the next weeks.
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Mary Broadcast Band - live  
Monday, 16 .January, 2006, 17:53 - English Entries, Music, Photographs

On Thursday the Mary Broadcast Band played in Cafe Carina (see also here)in Vienna. They play good and honest Blues and Rock sound, the singer has a great voice and some of their songs, especially the wild ones, make it impossible to sit on a chair - one has to move. Three of their slower songs can be found from their web page and I achieved to buy one of the few CDs they had available. It seems you cannot get the CD up till now in normal stores. Keep an eye (and both ears) on this band, they are really worth it.






Mary Broadcastband Concert in Cafe Carina, Vienna


Paparazzi at the Concert



This positive music event was tainted a little by the news that Alalie Lilt, another very good newcomer band from Vienna, has split recently. Their two albums belong to my favourites as the band had a very special sound, often sad and melancholic.

And yes, I know that the pictures are not best quality. As usual during a concert the lights were not made for taking pictures with a mobile phone camera. So apologies for the bad quality, I hope they nevertheless give you an impression of the evening.

And no, the person on the paparazzi pictures is not me. :)


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Vienna Holidays 
Monday, 16 .January, 2006, 17:35 - English Entries, Travel, Photographs

There are some cities I cannot stop making photgraphs of. Vienna is one of them and I have been there during the last days. I am now on the train to Budapest and watch the snow covered landscape of the Austrian Burgenland passing by. As I have to watch the trees and fields carefully, my report of the last days will be rather short.



City Impressions



Votivkriche - 9th District


Christmas Lights at the Graben


Stephansdom


Strudlhofstiege

On Friday I was initiated to the card game Tarock, that is mostly played in Austria. It has hundred times more rules and falvours than cards, but it's a lot of fun to play it, even when losing.

On Sunday afternoon friends and I vistited first the St. Marx Graveyard, which is an old Graveyard that is not used anymore since the 1870s. It is a very beautiful place to walk around and the writings on the gravestones are often funny to read nowadays. There is also an official Mozart grave. Mozart was buried in a mass-grave on that graveyard, but nobody knows where he really was placed there. So the official grave is just a fake, but nice to look at, if you like little angels.



Marx Graveyard - Entrance and Orientation


Graves at Marx Graveyard


The faked Grave of Mozart and the empty Grave of Josef Strauß

On the same day we also drove to Castle Laxenburg, which is south of Vienna. Lots of people were there, especially for ice skating on the frozen lake.




Castel Laxenburg, south of Vienna

And back from the castle we needed another walk along graves, so we went to the central graveyrad in Vienna, where also some famous people are buried. Of course also there is a Mozart monument.


Zentralfriedhof (Central Graveyard)

As always the hardes part was to leave Vienna. When driving in the taxi from the Hotel to Westbahnhof memories lurked between the buildings. I will be back, that's for sure.

P.S. If you want to see the above pictures in full-size, just click on them. I thought that this would be a simple user interface - but you never know ...


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