Sunday, September 30, 2007

The Favourite of Erick

First time I see the video. Oh, the old times in Puebla ...
PD La coreografía no tiene mamá.

Friday, September 28, 2007

No me tientes

I usually don't re-read old emails. Whether they mean love, hate or devotion, I resist to look back because it is nothing but staring at hells above or heavens below which already ceased to exist.

I had a conversation today that reminded me of an email I received about 6 years ago. I couldn't help but looking for it, luckily I managed to delay the impulse for a few hours. During my search I found some other emails which made me smile with the memories of beautiful times. I also found one email showing the clear signs of the coming storm; I shivered to the thought of a way younger me, unable to recognise those signs.

Finally, I found the email I was looking for. And I failed to read it in one go. Everytime I set my eyes on it, just after a few sentences, I could not avoid the mental shrieks prodding me to twist my head aside and close my eyes. Back then, that undesired email shook me to be core. In a way it did so because I was happy I was not the one writing it, yet I could perfectly understand the writer. I had been there, but as the raven said, never more. I had already moved on. Is it always like that with old feelings that left a mark on your soul?

And now brothers and sisters, children of men, I can tell you for sure, you should not read again old emails. Keep them, they are bits of memory for a memory that remains, but do not read them, they are evil.

If you paid attention to this post you may have noticed I added a nice video of one of my favourite Mexican bands. I always associated that song with the time of that aforementioned email (and the years before that email was sent) so, I attached it to this wee post. I remembered the song because I happened to hear another song (that I also love) from the same band. Shame for the lack of video, thus I decided to only add the lyrics of this other song. Even though it is fairly old, this melody reminded me of a not so old event; maybe all the conversations I've been having did the recollecting job and the song was just the cherry on the icing, who knows.

La Gusana Ciega - Duele Decirlo
Estas esperando en tu cama
La dosis extraña de cristales de fe.
Y son las últimas horas,
el ultimo intento por pasártela bien.
Estás repitiendo la escena
cortando tus venas por un poco de amor.
Y estás soñando de día
pensando que todos te queremos tener

UU Duele decirlo UU no somos lo mismo.
Decir 'del polvo de estrellas
que escurre del cielo estamos
hechos los dos
Es ir a polos opuestos del mismo
reflejo, de la misma razón
UU Duele decirlo UU no somos lo mismo.

Te estamos olvidando
No estás dentro de mi
No estamos mejorando
No estamos mejorando así.


Retro computers: The UNAM case

Thursday, September 27, 2007



After I read this in my myspace Inbox I just thought wot?

Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Sea Lion Woman

Monday, September 24, 2007

No one knows

...Y se me pasaron las canelas. Me dieron de beber tanto, que hasta me volví payasa...
Pedro Páramo
But I do.

Monday, September 10, 2007

Yet another sign for the intellectually challenged people

Previously in Mugre World I ranted against the people stealing disabled spaces in the carpark. Just today, Eanna sent me this lovely pic I want to add to the collection.

Thursday, September 06, 2007

Monday, September 03, 2007

I *heart* Dexter

Sunday, September 02, 2007

¡Tonta! - ¡Estúpida!

I confess, I have pirated this post from Imoqland. I saw Tres Mujeres en la Hoguera ages ago. When my daddy found out, his eyes opened so wide I was sure I had done something very naughty. He reacted worst than when he discovered I had watched La Choca.

I hardly remember the movie, just a few things about the lesbian affair and the murder of one of the women; but after checking the video I can tell it was beautifully shot. Acting is poor, however I believe the story is rather interesting.

I am sure you will be singing again and again ¡Tonta! - ¡Estúpida! after you watch the video.

Update: Love the music? Special thanks to the DJ