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Be the change, change the bee, beat the chanse, beam the cheese
i am Somebody.
just somebody, nevermind
there's real life for that
and if you don't like it, go fuNk yourself ;)
with two express-coffe words:
"so much of our experience is intangible. So much of what we perceive cannot be expressed. It's unspeakable"
agnosticism. deeeeeply agnostic. start by questioning yourself, then the society.
suspension of judgement on what cannot be learnt, just wonder. a pinch of relativism, maybe.
mandindgo: expressão du corpo
______be the change______
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
i am willing to surf, at the moment it's a bit a problem to host you, but when I,ll move to Amsterdam i promise i will!
surfed in Nijmegen, Utrecht, Freiburg
hosting in Milan and Utrecht
photographing street art(..but i hate scripts and tags)
capoeira de angola
watching films, shorts, animations
chilling and talking about all, nothing and something.
feeling the future in that very moment it is slipping away into the past
Music, Movies, and Books
go see blu stop-motions amazing graffiti:
http://www.blublu.org/sito/video/video.htm (tou MUST see combo and muto)
i love dreamy-graphic-short animations from http://www.blackheartgang.com watch absolutely the tale of how.
absolutely all, but commercial
pearl jam&eddie vedder
grateful dad&jerry garcia
j.hendrix & jefferson airplane&
stevie ray vaughan
rage against the machine
ali farka turè
weird al yankovic
avatar(i'm so white'n nerdy B)ok, just the estetic!)
love shorts animations festival
the yellow submarine
fractal zoom: www.youtube.com/watch?v=oDPO0WxpgXg&feature=related
psychedelic digit&paint: http://corpuscallosum.deviantart.com/gallery/
p.s. go to faves of these artists, and browse other artists they like, it's a never-ending quest&findings for beautiful paintings
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Mi ha detto mio cuggino che una volta in discoteca ha conosciuto una tipa che pero' poi non si ricorda piu' niente e alla fine si e' svegliato in un fosso tutto bagnato che gli mancava un rene, mio cuggino mio cuggino. Mi ha detto mio cuggino che da bambino una volta e' morto. mio cuggino 'o malamente: ma e' un prodotto della mente. Anzi: ha prodotto della menta ma non era autorizzato, per cui l'hanno imprigionato. Ue'.
Si' d'accordo free Mandela, free Valpreda e tutti gli altri, ma free anche mio cuggino. Anzi: free anche a mio cuggino.
Teach, Learn, Share
We're so glad to see so many of you lovely people here tonight, and we would especially like to welcome all the representatives of illinois' law enforcement community who have chosen to join us
In the palace hotel ballroom at this time. we do sincerely hope you'll all enjoy the show, and please remember people, that no matter who you are, and what you do to live, thrive and survive, there's still some things that make us all the same. you, me them, everybody, everybody.
ching-ching, ching-ching, chinh-ching, ching-chin!ching-ching, ching-ching, chinh-ching, ching-chin!..teneneeeeeeee....teneeenaaaaaaaa...
But when it gets really interesting, I think, is when we use that same system of symbols to communicate all the abstract and intangible things that we're experiencing. What is, like, frustration? Or what is anger or love? When I say "love," the sound comes out of my mouth and it hits the other person's ear, travels through this Byzantine conduit in their brain, you know, through their memories of love or lack of love, and they register what I'm saying and they say yes, they understand. But how do I know they understand? Because words are inert. They're just symbols. They're dead, you know? And so much of our experience is intangible. So much of what we perceive cannot be expressed. It's unspeakable. And yet, you know, when we communicate with one another, and we feel that we've connected, and we think that we're understood, I think we have a feeling of almost spiritual communion. And that feeling might be transient, but I think it's what we live for.
Countries I’ve Visited
Countries I’ve Lived In
Italy, Netherlands, Spain