Thursday, May 26, 2011

I moved. :D

Thursday, May 12, 2011


i have been experimenting with various blogging platforms lately. don't like wordpress. don't like typepad. trying posterous and well...livejournal seemed dreary. actually wordpress was fairly pleasant but i didn't know how to change the font or even the SIZE of the font. and since i refuse to admit the fact that i am unsavvy with blog platforms, i shall adamantly call it non user-friendly. posterous seems nice. it has a attractive ring to it like you know, POSTEROUS like THAT'S PREPOSTEROUS. you don't go like 'hey i am blogging at live - *YAWNNNNNNNS*' or 'hey check out my blogge- *DUDE WE HAVE A LOOKER*' but when you enunciate P-O-S-T-E-R-O-U-S in a boisterous manner, it's like WHOA, W-WHAT DID YOU JUST SAY? okay i was just being unnecessarily dramatic.

i wanna know more of the obama administration's future fiscal policy. don't you? see if it stands up to paul ryan's?

Monday, May 09, 2011

Emilie Autumn.

I've known her songs for quite some years now but I never really did read her biography before. She does have quite a number of intriguing attributes.

Now if only I can get my hands on her autobiography novel, The Asylum for Wayward Victorian Girls.

Der Selbstmörder.

we have been inoculated with the idea that life is an ineffable sanctity all our lives. but is it really?

Saturday, May 07, 2011


I can think of so many uses for this song.



In always trying to be someone else, a lodestar for example [ a number of people actually ], I think I am beginning to lose myself in the process.

Zuerst werde ich das nicht mehr machen. Ich möchte ich sein, nicht jemand anders. Aber schau mal, ich bin Mensch. Natürlich will ich jemand anders dann und wann sein, weil ich denken würde, das er oder sie viel besser als ich ist. Warum muss das passiert?

Friday, May 06, 2011


Every time I pick up the Time magazine, I would flip straight to my favourite section, "In the Arena" which is,  well, consummately written by my favourite writer [ in the Time magazine ], Joe Klein. True, he is extremely left-biased but readers should know where their personal allegiances lie. Plus, I feel that one who writes without a clear stance appears at best monotonous. There is just that touch of complexity to each article and-..I can go on and on up till the point of adulation but you wouldn't believe me till you read it yourself. So why don't you?

Bonne lecture!