Sunday, December 28, 2008

trigger


it's easy, just find a photo u like, then write about whatever thought the pic triggers,...

Thursday, December 25, 2008

Bunte Idee


















Wonderful, now you can be logged into two different gmail accounts at the same time. Which means I can keep blogging without logging out. That makes me happy.

I need chapstick. Or so he says...









Seen a shooting star tonight
And I thought of you.
You were trying to break into another world
A world I never knew.
I always kind of wondered
If you ever made it through.
Seen a shooting star tonight
And I thought of you.

Seen a shooting star tonight
And I thought of me.
If I was still the same
If I ever became what you wanted me to be
Did I miss the mark or
Over-step the line
That only you could see?
Seen a shooting star tonight
And I thought of me.

Listen to the engine, listen to the bell
As the last fire truck from hell
Goes rolling by, all good people are praying,
It's the last temptation
The last account
The last time you might hear the sermon on the mount,
The last radio is playing.

Seen a shooting star tonight
Slip Away.
Tomorrow will be another day.
Guess it's too late to say the things to you
That you needed to hear me say.
Seen a shooting star tonight
Slip away.

One more reason to love U.N.A.M.



























Sometime in November... between Nazi paraphernalia and death mice, Arturo and I got lost inside a maze, and the experience was everything but unpleasant.

Like human beings, we penetrated the limits of 'Cantos Civicos', Miguel Ventura's gigantic installation walking on our feet, after taking a few photos and mental notes, we descended from it crawling out of its ever shrinking tunnel, like rats.
And we were not alone. There was 8000 thousend people exploring the new U.N.A.M. museum built by Teodoro Gonzalez de Leon, el Museo Universitario de Arte Contemporaneo, which held its opening last month with a fantastic collection curated by Guillermo Santamarina. If you have not seen it, what are you waiting?!

Yes, one more reason to spend your weekends in CU.

Too long - beautiful thing



















Sometime in September...at Teatro Fru Fru's lobby in DF ready to watch Spectrum and Robin Guthrie. She is my friend Gaby. She calls me Miami, Miami Nice...

If heaven was music, it would be on the same genre where Pete Kember and Robin Guthrie fall in. Wish I could rewind back time to be there again... or, when are we going to have that session, San?