понедельник, 28 марта 2011 г.


Recently I was on an excursion on the central cemetery in Vienna. I was impressed that a buddist small cemetery was inside it, which means that the place is really good in means of geological lines intersections.

There were some graves of celebrities as well. The city mayor made a decision to have them, as the poeple didn't like the cemetary. From the recent celebraties - Falco was among the most famous. He is a pop-rock - singer that made good shows

He is famous for "Rock me, Amadeus" but I was struck by "Jeany" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_5-XF_pnXX4

четверг, 17 марта 2011 г.

este es un día cuando me decidí a estudiarespañol

вторник, 15 марта 2011 г.

Age minority

Interesting observation came to me. Recently on a Couch Surfing party I have noticed some over 30-35s. And now I am thinking what were they doing there? How difficult is it to them to find common tongue with the youth? Are they there because they haven't succeeded in their time? Most of the people, including me, of course evaded them. But still it remains an open question to me.

понедельник, 7 марта 2011 г.

3 jokes that I made up myself

1. my ego is so bad, that I can buy myself a present worth 30 Euros for womans day... and a present worth 100 euros for an ordinary day.
2. I am in no way obsessed by the material things - my laptop is just a part of my family.
3. The third one I forgot. Sorry

Bad girls get into history

The woman's day is approaching, so my American friend sent me this piece of information about a bad ass woman from his region, Livingston, Montana.

In the early 1870s Martha Jane Cannary was christened “Calamity Jane,” known for her reckless
daring riding and good aim. In 1876 Calamity Jane crossed paths with Wild Bill Hickok, and they remained good friends, (she told some they were married) until his death. She was known for causing a bit of trouble by stirring up the occasional saloon fight, and was said to have had a
problem with alcoholism. Calamity Jane moved around most of her life and found it difficult to
settle in one place.

Calamity Jane made Livingston, Montana her home off and on from 1884 until her death in 1903.
She spent much of her time in the nearby mining camps, hanging out with the drinkers and
entertaining them with tales of her exploits. She was often impoverished and unhappy during these years, and a newspaper account from 1901 notes that she lost custody of her children to her husband. Jane is quoted as saying, "The Law ain't givin' me a square deal -- it never gives a
woman a square deal nohow."

UNO city

Today your loyal servant visited the UNO city - where the buildings of UN, Atomic Security, Disarming Treaty, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime and Industrial Development Organization is located. Nothing special except for the fact that I have been there. Just some pictures on the walls, sculptures in the yard - presents from other countires; offices and conference rooms.

The city itself is in the form of curved triangles - its rather difficult to orient inside.

A person from Couchsurfing (CS) kindly offered to make a free excurtion, so it was neet. He works in a technical department of Atomic Security office. He is Italian, but knows German. He started speaking to me English, but I kindly insisted on us speaking German, as this is the way for me to practice it and I can get sometimes absurd on insisting to speak it.

The picture that u see was made by some woman. And as she was making it, a man came up talking to her, and saying this courtesy jokes in a diplomatic way. She could have been a big diplomat. u-oh.

среда, 2 марта 2011 г.

I am drawing the path to Jerusalem...

I want to develop my drawing skills a bit. And, by the will of destiny, my first drawing was the path to Jerusalem. Symbolic, ha ))))) It will be used by the chuch for Eastern mass. I will make and attach the pic tomorrow