jueves, 31 de mayo de 2012

Fan Theories Part II

Rebecca Black's "Friday":

The Rebecca Black song "Friday" is about the JFK assassination. The driver of the car he was assasinated in's name was Samuel Kickin (Kickin in the front seat, sittin in the back seat...). The assassination occured on a Friday and when he was shot the Secret Service yelled at Jackie Kennedy to "get down" (got to get down on Friday). Parts about the cold war and the spread of Communism are referenced (everybody's Russian) and to top it all off, in the hotel that morning JFK declined a breakfast of sausage, eggs and toast for a bowl of Bran Flakes instead (got to have my bowl- got to have cereal). Also, the following Monday JFK was supposed to sign a bill into law requiring all public schools to provide bus transportation for their students (got to catch my bus...).

The Emperor prepared everything for the Yuuzhan Vong invasion:

My favorite Star Wars conspiracy is that the Emperor wasn't spending all those resources creating crazy superweapons like the Death Star and the Sun Crusher and putting together gigantic fleets of Star Destroyers wasn't to stop the Rebel Alliance, but rather in preparation of the Yuuzhan Vong Invasion that would happen about a quarter century after RoTJ ended.
Now the Emperor is a pretty smart guy. I mean, he got himself elected to Chancellor of the Republic, started a war, earned himself absolute control on both sides of the war, then managed to turn the galaxy against the guys who for a millennium had served as icons of peacekeeping, justice, and democracy. And that takes some serious strategizing! But here's the thing:
At this point, the Republic was falling apart, with or without a Sith-led Separatist movement to nudge them in the wrong direction. The senate was a clusterfuck where nothing ever got done. Corruption reigned supreme. Even the Jedi Council wasn't doing it's job properly. Ideally, Jedi are supposed to act as bastions of compassion and moderation. The way the Jedi would be tasked to deal with a situation is as a balancing influence between, say, two conflicting nation-states, or a particularly quarrelsome trade agreement. Everyone respected and would listen to a Jedi, and even without acting on behalf of the Republic, they should be able to arrive on a scene and be able to allow discussion and bureaucracy to flourish. Instead, the Jedi Council of the waning days of the Republic had grown inward and conservative, spending all their time meditating on the state of the galaxy and not enough time heading out there and fixing shit. This held throughout the war, when Jedi were surprisingly quick to jump to open combat as opposed to discussion.
In short, the Republic was completely and utterly unprepared for a real invasion, from a force that wasn't being controlled by a puppetmaster who was preventing either side from gaining an advantage until the moment was right. The kinds of fleets that were commonplace in the Empire would have been impossible for the Republic to even agree to create, let alone have the wherewithal to actually build. What Palpatine did was take a failing system and tear it out by the roots, replacing it with a brutally efficient, military-industrial focused society - one that could adequately prepare for an invasion of the scale of the Yuuzhan Vong were already beginning.
Second of all, if you think about it, creating a weapon that can destroy planets doesn't make a whole lot of sense when you're fighting a war against a well funded, but decentralized and scattered rebellion. The Rebel Alliance wasn't fighting a war of planets or borders or resources, they were fighting a war of attrition. What good is the ability to destroy a planet when your enemy doesn't even officially control any? The destruction of Alderaan, the only notable use of the Death Star, was a move made by Grand Moff Tarkin, whose Tarkin Doctrine, though it heavily influenced the way the Empire kept a tight grip on even the furthest systems, was not the ultimate purpose of the "ultimate weapon". Tarkin was convinced that the Death Star was his tool, one of intimidation and despotism, that he could use it to keep the Alliance, the biggest threat to his power, at bay. And we all know how that venture turned out.
No, the real purpose of the Death Star was to be able to fight a force that could completely terraform an entire planet into a gigantic, organic shipyard in a matter of months, and was backed by dozens of 100+ Kilometer across worldships. In fact, without the timely arrival of the seed of the original Yuuzhan Vong homeworld, Zonama Sekot, and a Jedi-influenced heretic cult that spurred a slave uprising, it's very unlikely that the denizens of the galaxy could have survived the war at all under the leadership of the New Republic. In fact, it's not really even fair to say that they "won" the war in any sense, with a sizable portion of the population of the galaxy eradicated, Coruscant, the former shining jewel at the heart of every major government for millennia, captured and terraformed beyond recognition, and the New Republic forced to reconstruct itself as the Galactic Alliance. Undoubtedly, for all it's flaws, the Empire could have hammered out a far less Pyrrhic victory over the Vong. And if Palpatine hadn't underestimated the abilities of both the rebellion he never considered a comparable threat, and one young Jedi, perhaps the galaxy could have avoided the deaths of uncountable sentients during the Yuuzhan Vong war years later.

TL;DR: The Emperor destroyed the Republic and built Death Stars to fight off an extragalactic invasion.

Kill Bill:

The Bride doesn't kill Bill in Kill Bill.
First you have to put her rampage in chronological order... She wakes up in the hospitl, kills Buck, flies to Japan, kills everyone in the tea house, then comes back to the states to kill Vernita Green. We know this because O Ren's name is already crossed off the list when she parks outside Vernita's house.
In the process of killing Greene, she accidentally does so in front of her young daughter. Her immediate reaction is shame. She tries to hide the knife behind her leg.
From that point on, she doesn't kill anyone else. Budd dies from a snake bite. Daryl Hannah's character has her eye plucked out but is left alive.
Then we get to Bill... they tell the story of the five point palm fist of death technique, but in the training sequences it's never shown that she learns it. We are specifically told that Pai Mei never taught it to anyone.
The other part that's suspicious is the play acting, when Beatrix first runs into the house there's a play scene with her daughter, they pretend to shoot her and she pretends to be dead. This is what Bill does.
At the end of the film, Beatrix is curled up on a bathroom floor crying "Thank you, thank you." Who is she thanking? Bill for letting her go. It was the only way for either of them to exit the situation gracefully.
During the end credits, each of the people on the list who died gets a line through their name. Daryl Hannah is marked with a question mark because she was left alive... but Bill? Bill's name isn't marked at all.
Because they never killed Bill in Kill Bill.

miércoles, 30 de mayo de 2012

Ego boost

Tengo dos Rocío en la boca.
There was me, that is Alex, and my three droogs, that is Pete, Georgie, and Dim, and we sat in the Korova Milkbar trying to make up our rassoodocks what to do with the evening.
"Wow, otra foto mía. You must lead a very interesting life."
"Whatever tomorrow brings I'll be there with open arms and open eyes..."
"Get three coffins ready"

Fan Theories Part I


Ever wondered just how Angelica could talk to the babies? Angelica is the only one who can talk to the babies because they are a figment of her imagination. She is spoilt, sad and lonely, because her Mother is constantly working and has no time for her. Her relationship with her Dad is superficial and unsubstantial, no real love is ever shown to her.
So how did it come about that Angelica would have to imagine these babies? Tommy died soon after child birth, a fact reflected by Stu never leaving the basement, inventing toys that his son will never play with. Chuckie died in the car crash along with his Mum, also reflected in the actions of his father; the crash has made him a pathetic nervous wreck most of the time.
Most interesting is Phil and Lil. There never where any twins, there was just one baby. However this baby was a still born, and Angelica never knew the sex of the still born, so she invented twins of different genders.
Sadly, Angelica never uses her imaginary friends to comfort or entertain her, instead she is mean and nasty to them. She has invented this relationship with these babies so she can vent her frustrations of being a spoilt, lonely brat who has seen much hardship from these unfortunate parents; frustrations that can't be satisfied by a typical childhood relationship with a doll, albeit a Cynthia one.

Why Batman can't kill the Joker:

They are fighting an ideological battle for each other's soul. They are both two sides of the same coin:
Two individuals who, because of a horrible day in their lives, became insane and decided to take on the world and make it in their image.
The joker was a shitty comedian with a pregnant wife, a nice guy. On the day his wife died in a random accident he was bullied by mobsters into committing a crime, fell into a vat of chemicals and ended up alone, in pain, and scarred for life. The overall pain was such that he snapped.... realized that the world is cruel, unjust and random and decided he was going to destroy all fabric of the attempted, false, self-delusional order of the world and break everyone down to his level. He believes morals, ethics, are hypocritical nonsense. You can refer to the Dark Knight movie, in which he says "I'm just ahead of the curve." He spends the entire movie putting everyone in front of him in situations where, to survive, they will have to break their moral code. Even the henchmen of the black guy... there are two. For no reason other than to break them, he says he will hire the one who will kill the other.
This is what the Joker does, he lives to prove to people that he is the avatar of who they really are : he just refuses to lie to himself.
Batman watched his parents be murdered, went insane also and developed several obsessions, he fights to bring justice to a world he feels is essentially good and plagued by the unnatural disease of crime and evil. He believes in justice above everything else, he does not kill.
So what happens when these two men face each other? The Joker's ultimate victory is for the Batman, the strongest enemy of his world view, a person who refuses no matter what to break down to his level, to kill him. He wants the Batman to kill him. He can't wait for Batman to do it. It will prove his point: anyone can be broken into evil, just like him, if their pain or their reasons are strong enough.
Meanwhile the Batman is facing someone who is the epitome of cruelty and senseless crime. He HAS to beat the Joker according to his rules, to prove to himself that his rules mean something, that they are absolute. And this is a decision he has to face every time he catches the Joker: do I kill him? How many lives will I save if I just kill him? He always escapes Arkham.... I will be doing a good thing by ridding this world of this supremely deranged psychopath. If only he could break his morals in this one case.... this one time... for the greater good....
The Joker knows this. And he laughs. And he hopes.
But he also has to deal with the temptation... without the Batman he would be virtually unstoppable. Even in the world of DC Comics where there is Super Man, other supervillains fear him. They steer clear of him. He is too unpredictable, chaotic, and cruel. If only he were to kill the Batman, there is nobody out there who understands him enough to be able to stop him. If only he could kill the Batman... everything would be so simple.
They are fighting a deeply personal, deeply ideological war. They each represent what the other one hates the most, and they each depend on the other to stay alive until the other bends to his will.
The last each one of them wants is to kill the other.
It is poetic.

Violence in Tarantino's movies:

It's well known that all of Tarantino's films take place in the same universe - this is established by the fact that Mr. Blonde and Vince Vega are brothers, everybody smokes Red Apple cigarettes, Mr. White worked with Alabama from True Romance, etc.
As it turns out, Donny Donowitz, 'The Bear Jew', is the father of movie producer Lee Donowitz from True Romance - which means that, in Tarantino's universe, everybody grew up learning about how a bunch of commando Jews machine gunned Hitler to death in a burning movie theater, as opposed to quietly killing himself in a bunker.
Because World War 2 ended in a movie theater, everybody lends greater significance to pop culture, hence why seemingly everybody has Abed-level knowledge of movies and TV. Likewise, because America won World War 2 in one concentrated act of hyperviolent slaughter, Americans as a whole are more desensitized to that sort of thing. Hence why Butch is unfazed by killing two people, Mr. White and Mr. Pink take a pragmatic approach to killing in their line of work, Esmerelda the cab driver is obsessed with death, etc.
You can extrapolate this further when you realize that Tarantino's movies are technically two universes - he's gone on record as saying that Kill Bill and From Dusk 'Til Dawn take place in a 'movie movie universe'; that is, they're movies that characters from the Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs, True Romance, and Death Proof universe would go to see in theaters. (Kill Bill, after all, is basically Fox Force Five, right on down to Mia Wallace playing the title role.)
What immediately springs to mind about Kill Bill and From Dusk 'Til Dawn? That they're crazy violent, even by Tarantino standards. These are the movies produced in a world where America's crowning victory was locking a bunch of people in a movie theater and blowing it to bits - and keep in mind, Lee Donowitz, son of one of the people on the suicide mission to kill Hitler, is a very successful movie producer.
Basically, it turns every Tarantino movie into alternate reality sci fi. I love it so hard.

martes, 29 de mayo de 2012

Happy Birthday, Dig Dug!

Recuerdo viciarla jodido con este juego. Feliz cumpleaños, ídolo.

Dr. Horrible - My Freeze Ray

Laundry day
See you there

Want to say
Love your hair
Here I go

With my freeze ray
I will stop the world

With my freeze ray
I will find the time to
Find the words to

Tell you how
How you make
Make me feel
What?s the phrase?

Like a fool
Kind of sick
Special needs

With my freezeray
I will stop the pain
It's not a death ray or an icebeam
That?s all Johnny Snow

I just think you need time to know
That I'm the guy to make it real
The feelings you don't dare to feel
I'll bend the world to our will
And we'll make time stand still

That's the plan
Rule the world
You and me

Love your hair
"No I . . I, uh . . . love the . . . air"

With my freeze ray I will stop.

Lo dije una vez, lo voy a decir de vuelta. Esta es una tremenda canción romántica.

lunes, 28 de mayo de 2012

Another World (1991)

Se hace difícil que un juego me impresione. Estoy tan acostumbrado al medio, que cuando algo me sorprende, es porque es algo realmente innovador, algo decididamente único. Los Uncharted lo lograron a su manera, los MGS también, entre otros pocos.

Pero nunca jugué algo tan decididamente... único y especial. Another World es un título tan increíblemente particular que me sorprende haber tardado tanto para jugarlo. No es increíble a nivel gráfico (comparado con los standars de ahora, por supuesto), no tiene música, no tiene diálogos, no tiene texto. Es simplemente un juego increíble que cuenta la historia de Lester Knight Chaykin sin utilizar más que cut-scenes cada tanto.

Difícil como la concha del mono, pero no puedo creer que algo como esto existe. Me compré la edición de Aniversario, por simplemente 6 dólares. Los mejores dólares invertidos en muchísimo tiempo. La puta, cómo me gusta esto.

Quizás algunos de ustedes lo sepa (hablo como si hubiera más de 1 lector acá), pero yo conozco el medio desde los 5 años más o menos. Lograr que me emocione al hablar de un juego es algo que realmente pocos han logrado. Another World es uno de esos.

Definitivamente pruébenlo.

Monty Python y las cenizas de Chapman

La historia de mi vida desde que empecé a trabajar

domingo, 27 de mayo de 2012


Spanish Rap:

Antropology Rap:

Ya me liquidé la primera temporada, voy por la segunda. Y ya bajé la tercera. Qué buena serie.

Drive (2011)


Creo que no tengo más palabras con las que describirla. Impresionante.


viernes, 25 de mayo de 2012

Feliz día de la toalla

1. There is a theory which states that if ever anyone discovers exactly what the Universe is for and why it is here, it will instantly disappear and be replaced by something even more bizarre and inexplicable. There is another theory which states that this has already happened.

2. Many were increasingly of the opinion that they’d all made a big mistake in coming down from the trees in the first place. And some said that even the trees had been a bad move, and that no one should ever have left the oceans.

3. “My doctor says that I have a malformed public-duty gland and a natural deficiency in moral fibre,” Ford muttered to himself, “and that I am therefore excused from saving Universes.”

4. The ships hung in the sky in much the same way that bricks don’t.

5. “You know,” said Arthur, “it’s at times like this, when I’m trapped in a Vogon airlock with a man from Betelgeuse, and about to die of asphyxiation in deep space that I really wish I’d listened to what my mother told me when I was young.”
“Why, what did she tell you?”
“I don’t know, I didn’t listen.”

6. “Space,” it says, “is big. Really big. You just won’t believe how vastly, hugely, mindbogglingly big it is. I mean, you may think it’s a long way down the road to the chemist’s, but that’s just peanuts to space.”

7. “Funny,” he intoned funereally, “how just when you think life can’t possibly get any worse it suddenly does.”

8. Isn’t it enough to see that a garden is beautiful without having to believe that there are fairies at the bottom of it too?

9. A common mistake that people make when trying to design something completely foolproof is to underestimate the ingenuity of complete fools.

10. Curiously enough, the only thing that went through the mind of the bowl of petunias as it fell was Oh no, not again. Many people have speculated that if we knew exactly why the bowl of petunias had thought that we would know a lot more about the nature of the Universe than we do now.

11. The reason why it was published in the form of a micro sub meson electronic component is that if it were printed in normal book form, an interstellar hitchhiker would require several inconveniently large buildings to carry it around in.

12. For instance, on the planet Earth, man had always assumed that he was more intelligent than dolphins because he had achieved so much — the wheel, New York, wars and so on — whilst all the dolphins had ever done was muck about in the water having a good time. But conversely, the dolphins had always believed that they were far more intelligent than man — for precisely the same reasons.

13. The last ever dolphin message was misinterpreted as a surprisingly sophisticated attempt to do a double-backwards-somersault through a hoop whilst whistling the ‘Star Spangled Banner’, but in fact the message was this: So long and thanks for all the fish.

14. The chances of finding out what’s really going on in the universe are so remote, the only thing to do is hang the sense of it and keep yourself occupied.

15. “Listen, three eyes,” he said, “don’t you try to outweird me, I get stranger things than you free with my breakfast cereal.”

16. “Forty-two,” said Deep Thought, with infinite majesty and calm.

17. Not unnaturally, many elevators imbued with intelligence and precognition became terribly frustrated with the mindless business of going up and down, up and down, experimented briefly with the notion of going sideways, as a sort of existential protest, demanded participation in the decision-making process and finally took to squatting in basements sulking.

18. The Total Perspective Vortex derives its picture of the whole Universe on the principle of extrapolated matter analyses.To explain — since every piece of matter in the Universe is in some way affected by every other piece of matter in the Universe, it is in theory possible to extrapolate the whole of creation — every sun, every planet, their orbits, their composition and their economic and social history from, say, one small piece of fairy cake. The man who invented the Total Perspective Vortex did so basically in order to annoy his wife.

19. “Shee, you guys are so unhip it’s a wonder your bums don’t fall off.”

20. It is known that there are an infinite number of worlds, simply because there is an infinite amount of space for them to be in. However, not every one of them is inhabited. Therefore, there must be a finite number of inhabited worlds. Any finite number divided by infinity is as near to nothing as makes no odds, so the average population of all the planets in the Universe can be said to be zero. From this it follows that the population of the whole Universe is also zero, and that any people you may meet from time to time are merely the products of a deranged imagination.

21. The disadvantages involved in pulling lots of black sticky slime from out of the ground where it had been safely hidden out of harm’s way, turning it into tar to cover the land with, smoke to fill the air with and pouring the rest into the sea, all seemed to outweigh the advantages of being able to get more quickly from one place to another.

22. Make it totally clear that this gun has a right end and a wrong end. Make it totally clear to anyone standing at the wrong end that things are going badly for them. If that means sticking all sort of spikes and prongs and blackened bits all over it then so be it. This is not a gun for hanging over the fireplace or sticking in the umbrella stand, it is a gun for going out and making people miserable with.

23. It is a well known fact that those people who most want to rule people are, ipso facto, those least suited to do it. To summarize the summary: anyone who is capable of getting themselves made President should on no account be allowed to do the job.

24. “Since we decided a few weeks ago to adopt the leaf as legal tender, we have, of course, all become immensely rich.”

25. In the end, it was the Sunday afternoons he couldn’t cope with, and that terrible listlessness that starts to set in about 2:55, when you know you’ve taken all the baths that you can usefully take that day, that however hard you stare at any given paragraph in the newspaper you will never actually read it, or use the revolutionary new pruning technique it describes, and that as you stare at the clock the hands will move relentlessly on to four o’clock, and you will enter the long dark teatime of the soul.

26. He gazed keenly into the distance and looked as if he would quite like the wind to blow his hair back dramatically at that point, but the wind was busy fooling around with some leaves a little way off.

27. “He was staring at the instruments with the air of one who is trying to convert Fahrenheit to centigrade in his head while his house is burning down.”

28. There is a moment in every dawn when light floats, there is the possibility of magic. Creation holds its breath.

29. “You may not instantly see why I bring the subject up, but that is because my mind works so phenomenally fast, and I am at a rough estimate thirty billion times more intelligent than you. Let me give you an example. Think of a number, any number.”
“Er, five,” said the mattress.
“Wrong,” said Marvin. “You see?”

30. There is an art, it says, or rather, a knack to flying. The knack lies in learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss.

31. It is a mistake to think you can solve any major problems just with potatoes.

32. He hoped and prayed that there wasn’t an afterlife. Then he realized there was a contradiction involved here and merely hoped that there wasn’t an afterlife.

33. Eskimos had over two hundred different words for snow, without which their conversation would probably have got very monotonous. So they would distinguish between thin snow and thick snow, light snow and heavy snow, sludgy snow, brittle snow, snow that came in flurries, snow that came in drifts, snow that came in on the bottom of your neighbor’s boots all over your nice clean igloo floor, the snows of winter, the snows of spring, the snows you remember from your childhood that were so much better than any of your modern snow, fine snow, feathery snow, hill snow, valley snow, snow that falls in the morning, snow that falls at night, snow that falls all of a sudden just when you were going out fishing, and snow that despite all your efforts to train them, the huskies have pissed on.

34. The storm had now definitely abated, and what thunder there was now grumbled over more distant hills, like a man saying “And another thing…” twenty minutes after admitting he’s lost the argument.

35. He was wrong to think he could now forget that the big, hard, oily, dirty, rainbow-hung Earth on which he lived was a microscopic dot on a microscopic dot lost in the unimaginable infinity of the Universe.

36. “It seemed to me,” said Wonko the Sane, “that any civilization that had so far lost its head as to need to include a set of detailed instructions for use in a packet of toothpicks, was no longer a civilization in which I could live and stay sane.”

37. “Nothing travels faster than the speed of light with the possible exception of bad news, which obeys its own special laws.”

38. The last time anybody made a list of the top hundred character attributes of New Yorkers, common sense snuck in at number 79.

39. Protect me from knowing what I don’t need to know. Protect me from even knowing that there are things to know that I don’t know. Protect me from knowing that I decided not to know about the things that I decided not to know about. Amen.

40. All you really need to know for the moment is that the universe is a lot more complicated than you might think, even if you start from a position of thinking it’s pretty damn complicated in the first place.

41. In the beginning the Universe was created. This has made a lot of people very angry and been widely regarded as a bad move.

42. Don’t Panic.

jueves, 24 de mayo de 2012


This is the end
Beautiful friend
This is the end
My only friend, the end

Of our elaborate plans, the end
Of everything that stands, the end
No safety or surprise, the end
I'll never look into your eyes...again

Can you picture what will be
So limitless and free
Desperately in need...of some...stranger's hand
In a...desperate land

Lost in a Roman...wilderness of pain
And all the children are insane
All the children are insane
Waiting for the summer rain, yeah

There's danger on the edge of town
Ride the King's highway, baby
Weird scenes inside the gold mine
Ride the highway west, baby

Ride the snake, ride the snake
To the lake, the ancient lake, baby
The snake is long, seven miles
Ride the snake...he's old, and his skin is cold

The west is the best
The west is the best
Get here, and we'll do the rest

The blue bus is callin' us
The blue bus is callin' us
Driver, where you taken' us

The killer awoke before dawn, he put his boots on
He took a face from the ancient gallery
And he walked on down the hall
He went into the room where his sister lived, and...then he
Paid a visit to his brother, and then he
He walked on down the hall, and
And he came to a door...and he looked inside
Father, yes son, I want to kill you
Mother...I want to...fuck you

C'mon baby, take a chance with us
C'mon baby, take a chance with us
C'mon baby, take a chance with us
And meet me at the back of the blue bus
Doin' a blue rock
On a blue bus
Doin' a blue rock
C'mon, yeah

Kill, kill, kill, kill, kill, kill

This is the end
Beautiful friend
This is the end
My only friend, the end

It hurts to set you free
But you'll never follow me
The end of laughter and soft lies
The end of nights we tried to die

This is the end

Foo Fighters - I've should have known

I should have known that it would end this way
I should have known there was no other way
Didn't hear your warning
Damn my heart gone there

I should have known
Look at the shape you're in
I should have known
But I don't write in
One thing is for certain
As I'm standing here
I should have known

Lay your hands in mine
Heal me one last time
Though I cannot forgive you yet
No I cannot forgive you yet
To leave my heart in debt

I should have known
There was that side of you
I should have known
What was inside of you
Came without a warning
Caught me unaware
I should have known
I've been here before
I should have known
Don't want it anymore
One thing is for certain
I'm still standing here
I should have known

Lay your hands in mine
Heal me one last time
Though I cannot forgive you yet
No I cannot forgive you yet
To leave my heart in debt

No I cannot forgive you yet
No I cannot forgive you yet
To leave my heart in debt
I should have known

Maybe you was right
Didn't want a fight
I should have known
Couldn't see the signs
Couldn't run a lie
I should have known

Though I cannot forgive you yet
No I cannot forgive you yet
To leave my heart in debt
Though I cannot forgive you yet
No I cannot forgive you yet
To leave my heart in debt
No I cannot forgive you yet
No I cannot forgive you yet
To leave my heart in debt
I should have known.

miércoles, 23 de mayo de 2012

Frases (Episodio XVI)

I mean, they say you die twice. One time when you stop breathing and a second time, a bit later on, when somebody says your name for the last time

domingo, 20 de mayo de 2012

Limp Bizkit - Re-Arranged

Just think about it

Lately I've been skeptical
Silent when I would use to speak
Distant from all around me
who witness me fail and become weak
Life is overwhelming
Heavy is the head who wears the crown
I'd love to be the one to disappoint you when I don't fall down

But you don't understand when
I'm attempting to explain
because you know it all and I guess things will never change
But you might need my hand when
falling in your whole.
Your disposition I'll remember when I'm letting go

Of you and me
We're through and re-arranged

It seems that you're not satisfied.
There's too much on your mind.
So you leave and I can't believe
all the bullshit that I find.
Life is overwhelming
Heavy is the head that wears the crown
I'd love to be the one to disappoint you
when I don't fall down.

But you don't understand when
I'm attempting to explain.
because you know it all and I guess things will never change.
But you might need my hand when
falling in your whole.
Your disposition I'll remember
when I'm letting go

Of you and me
We're through and re-arranged
Of you and me
We're through and re-arranged

You're no good for me.
Thank God it's over

You make believe
that nothing is wrong until you're cryin'
You make believe
that life is so long until you're dyin'
You make believe
that nothing is wrong until you cryin', cryin' on me
You make believe
that life is so long until you're dyin', dyin' on me!!

You think that everybody is the same.
I don't think anybody is like you.
You think that everybody is the same.
I don't think anybody is like you.

Just think about it, you'll get it

viernes, 18 de mayo de 2012

Arena entre los dedos

Me preguntaba hace unas horas cómo había pasado esto. Cómo habíamos llegado a esto. Me preguntaba si era culpa mía, tuya, del destino, o de Dios.

Luego me puse a recordar lo que vivimos, lo que sufrimos, lo que compartimos, y por sobre todas las cosas, lo que perdimos.

Debe ser eso lo que nos pasó. Debe ser eso lo que nos afectó. Debe ser eso lo que terminó logrando todo esto.

Te me escapás como arena entre los dedos, y por más que me vuelvo loco tratando de mantenerte conmigo, tratando de tenerte cerca, te escapás igual, de a poco. Decís que estará todo bien, pero no puedo compartir tu optimismo. Simplemente siento una sensación bastante similar, sensación que detesto y que odio.

¿En qué fallé?. ¿En qué me equivoqué?. ¿En creer?. ¿En ilusionarme?.

El tiempo y la experiencia me otorgarán los motivos. O quizás nunca lo sepa.

Daft Punk - Something About Us

Espero que después de todo lo que pasamos, no te olvides jamás de esa noche.

Muchísima suerte en tu vida. Muchísima suerte, de todo corazón.

- The Prince of Persia.

jueves, 3 de mayo de 2012


- Lamento haber tardado tanto en ver Firefly. Pero, por otro lado, agradezco poder verla. Una sincera lástima que no dure más que 14 capítulos. Y una película.

- Siguiendo el tema anterior, quiero vestirme como Mal.

- A los pocos que les interesa/saben/leen esto (un grupo bastante bastante mínimo, por cierto), el miércoles de
la semana pasada (25 de Abril) casi casi me transplanto. Entré 8° en la lista, y me fui 5°. No sé bien cómo sentirme al respecto. Es decir: Otra vez estuve cerca. Otra vez casi me transplanto. Otra vez casi dejo de hacer diálisis. Otra vez tuve la posibilidad de desaparecer del mundo durante mínimo 6 meses. Otra vez iba a estar alejado de todos debido a mis bajas defensas y eso.

Por otro lado... cada vez me bloqueo más con el miedo al respecto. No porque me sienta solo, porque nada que ver. Sino porque... no sé. Tengo mucho pánico a una operación en la que no puedo controlar nada. Le tengo tanto miedo a no levantarme, que realmente no sé cómo actuar. Espero que para la próxima vez esté un poco mejor preparado mentalmente, aunque viendo de que pasaron 9 meses desde la última vez y por un momento me confié demasiado en que no iba a suceder de vuelta... creo que la parte de estabilidad mental va a ser imposible. Sólo puedo tratar de afrontar el día lo mejor posible.

- YPF pasa a ser del Estado Argentino. Qué momento hermoso.

- ¿Sexo sin compromisos?. Not sure if want. Ever.