When did you last hear the noun “mercenary”?
Sometimes terrible advice, sometimes astute and wise.
In the year of 1963, he was committed to a mental institution.
This revolting phrase grates so horribly in the lugholes of all who value precision and clarity. Avoid!
In his book “The Revolution of Everyday Life” (1967), Raoul Vaneigem attributes this parable to the fictional “Mr Keuner”, the character in whose name Bertolt Brecht wrote many short parables between the 1920s and the 1950s, but it is probably original to Vaneigem.
Read this and here’s the useful gem you’ll take away: “Why does a dog lick its town halls?”
This was filmed in 1965 in Kensington, London, inside a circular concert hall that a forgettable bunch of imperialists once named after a forgettable German prince.