jueves, 18 de septiembre de 2008

Portishead - The Rip piano cover

No encontré ningun cover de The Rip en piano en YouTube así que decidí subir uno;

miércoles, 17 de septiembre de 2008

memorias de sueños, viajes e ideas que me vienen cuando creo estar despierto

...and ofcourse I had no idea what to answer, I mean, a dog? I could not even believe he was speaking to me, let alone think of an answer......but I do remember me talking to him.  

.....we where all in this paper boat wondering when it was going to sink, but it didn't. Then we got to an island and ... I don't remember what happened next =).

...la gente gritaba "tornado!" pero yo solo veia un conejo gigante.

...fué construido mas de 300 años antes de Cristo y esta bordeado en ambos costados por arboledas, hay algunas ruinas pequeñas a los costados y tambien campos de trigo.

...nunca había visto tantas caras tristes juntas, era como si la música hubiera dejado de existir y algo imprescindible se nos hubiera arrebatado. 

Cuando parecía que no podía llover mas fuerte llovió mas fuerte.

No creo en las demarcaciones, menos en las que inventan los hombres y mucho menos si se mantienen solo por tradiciòn.

Music is the only constant in my life, the only thing I can trust is really there.

..always sound trecking you back in time, a safe haven, a return to the wumb, a return home.

jueves, 4 de septiembre de 2008

Governor Sarah Palin: A Champion for Brutal Aerial Hunting

hear ye  hear ye

Warning: This video is extremely disturbing. It contains graphic images of aerial hunting of wolves -- a brutal and needless practice that Governor Palin has fought hard to promote and expand.

lunes, 1 de septiembre de 2008

So, who is Sarah Palin?

This just in...

August 29, 2008

Shocking Choice by John McCain

WASHINGTON-- Senator John McCain just announced his choice for running mate: Governor Sarah Palin of Alaska. To follow is a statement by Rodger Schlickeisen, president of Defenders of Wildlife Action Fund.

“Senator McCain’s choice for a running mate is beyond belief. By choosing Sarah Palin, McCain has clearly made a decision to continue the Bush legacy of destructive environmental policies.

“Sarah Palin, whose husband works for BP (formerly British Petroleum), has repeatedly put special interests first when it comes to the environment. In her scant two years as governor, she has lobbied aggressively to open up the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to drilling, pushed for more drilling off of Alaska’s coasts, and put special interests above science. Ms. Palin has made it clear through her actions that she is unwilling to do even as much as the Bush administration to address the impacts of global warming. Her most recent effort has been to sue the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to remove the polar bear from the endangered species list, putting Big Oil before sound science. As unbelievable as this may sound, this actually puts her to the right of the Bush administration.

“This is Senator McCain’s first significant choice in building his executive team and it’s a bad one. It has to raise serious doubts in the minds of voters about John McCain’s commitment to conservation, to addressing the impacts of global warming and to ensuring our country ends its dependency on oil.”


The Defenders of Wildlife Action Fund (www.defendersactionfund.org) provides a powerful voice in Washington to Americans who value our conservation heritage. Through grassroots lobbying, issue advocacy and political campaigns, the Action Fund champions those laws and lawmakers that protect wildlife and wild places while working against those that do them harm.