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  • Hippiemans

    Howdy! Yeah, it was sad that we lost but we didn't deserve to win either. Both teams were weak but after that early goal we didn't function anymore. We didn't pass and hurled the ball forward. I'm glad Argentina defeated The Netherlands though. :p I didn't see the match but Germany was amazing. 5 goals in 30 minutes! Yeah, I recognized the scene from that still too haha. The story wasn't that special (entertaining enough) but I absolutely loved the cinematography. The use of shadows was so perfectly done!

    Gestern um 20:14 Antworten
  • thrasher166

    On joue en Octobre avec Nansis au Helvete underground à la gravière de Meyrin :)

    8. Jul., 21:14 Antworten
  • Hippiemans

    I don't really know if I have one genre that prevails over the others. Some musicians can also be described as numerous genres. I hope you can because they're delicious! I'll probably be drinking some this weekend. :-) Yeah, it was a really great match. Finally some good football with two teams who wanted to play. Belgium deserved to win in the end but the USA played a great match as well (especially the goalie Tim Howard). Argentina hasn't been able to play that well so we certainly make a chance. Will you be cheering for Belgium Saturday? :D

    3. Jul., 17:45 Antworten
  • Hippiemans

    GMM is very well known in Belgium. In my two first years of high school I was into the mainstream metal bands like Iron Maiden and Metallica but I ended up taking another musical route. It's not that I suddenly disliked Iron Maiden but I just never listened to them anymore. We have more common ground when it comes to movies. :-) As for cheaper beers, I usually drink Jupiler but I like the Tripel beers best. My favorites are Duvel, Ename Tripel, Karmeliet, Delirium Tremens, Ingelmunster Kasteelbier. Kriek is very good as well! Argentina is a tough opponent but nobody seems to be playing that well. I'm afraid the referee will side with Argentina though. Yeah, we have quite a good chance to qualify. It can go either way.

    1. Jul., 14:20 Antworten
  • Hippiemans

    I've never been abroad for a concert or a festival. I did see a show at the West End when I was in London. I was wondering if you had ever been to Graspop Metal Meeting. A friend of mine has been to it the last 3 years but it's not really my kind of music. Haha, yes we do make very good beers and fries. Which beers have you tried? I'm only an casual football myself but I watched every game that Belgium played. It's was such a treat to see them in a big tournament again (it had been 12 years since the last one). Yeah, I think our World Cup is already a success whatever happens tonight. It was sad to see Spain go out in the first round. I'm big fan of the Spanish team. Yes, we'll take one responsibility at a time. ;-)

    1. Jul., 11:36 Antworten
  • Hippiemans

    Yeah, those first days after the last exam I did absolutely nothing haha. I slept very long, read a bit and watched a film. Now I'm slowly becoming more active again. The weather worsened a little bit last week in Belgium as well but we're back on track now. Normally I go to the Ghent Jazz Festival every year but their line-up this year was a big letdown. Luckily there are those 3 other gigs. :-) Did you ever go abroad for a summer festival? Yeah, it's kind of strange to realize how fast things are going. I have to take on more and more responsibilities. It's frightening at times. :p Btw are you watching the World Cup? Both Belgium and Switzerland are playing today.

    1. Jul., 9:24 Antworten
  • Hippiemans

    Good to hear. :) Yeah, my exams ended mid June and I have been watching a lot of films indeed. I only have to retake one exam (which makes a total of 3) as expected so I'm quite pleased with my results. Summer is here at last! We've had some great weather the past 2 weeks and it's supposed to remain so this week. Well, I'm celebrating my 20th birthday in 2 weeks and I'm going to 3 gigs during "De Gentse Feesten". Might meet up with some friend as well but no big plans. Do you have any big adventures planned?

    30. Jun., 19:21 Antworten
  • Hippiemans

    Hey man! How have you been?

    30. Jun., 15:57 Antworten
  • cobblerstreet

    That's a really good question. I remember when writing that message to you I had a very specific topic in mind but now rereading it I can't very well remember it and when I do consider it you are right the keys are experience. I think one thing I was thinking was a bout my time in Dhaka and the way I viewed the life there before returning..older knowing a little more. I was so moved by my experience there this time around which was nothing what I expected. I could see certain uglinesses that before I just viewed as a way of life. To be specific I noticed how the hired help are treated as a far lower class. Many times maids would eat sitting in the kitchen floor as the family ate on a dining table. Things like that. I don't know really. Do you feel you changed most in your late teens and then after that things remained stable to a point? Or are people always changing always year from year?

    21. Jun., 17:29 Antworten
  • cobblerstreet

    It's 2 am and while I'm not drunk I feel as though when I read this response tomorrow I will think to myself what on earth was I writing and what did I mean...i like how you answered my question...i remember growing up I used to think I knew so much about the world and people simply because I read a lot and now the more and more I think about it...i actually knew things but didn't have the key to unlock what I knew. I feel as though it can take years to suddenly realize and decode something that I understood through reading...i guess this also comes down to empathy and how much we can leap that distance between ourselves/the other/the environment. So I wonder if in some way one can empathize with the surroundings the material world around us. Today my cousin's little boy spent a lot of time with a turtle in the park that kept jumping into the stagnant pond...for some reason that stayed with me today the hard shell the hot sun.

    19. Jun., 6:35 Antworten
  • cobblerstreet

    all humans, something that drives us, something in common. You've watched so many more movies than I think I will in a life time -- (though I might catch up one day!) and something I've wondered and meant to ask you -- is do you feel you know humans better through it? Do you understand the people closest to you better due to it? Do you relate "real life" with the life of what you can see? in movies and so on?

    18. Jun., 19:11 Antworten
  • cobblerstreet

    I've thought a lot about this and I think in the end we do learn so much just by observing what is near to us. I wrote the longest letters I ever did to you when very little was happening in my life -- but simply observing events, and thinking about them deeply and at length allowed me to see so much more than if I had a lot going on and didn't get a chance to think about them with the kind of time they need. I think my life has been most interesting when the least was happening--the full meaning of everything could enter me then. So yes, reading articles -- I do think you are learning so much about the world -- I guess what I wonder is, is it even so much the location and the setting but rather the amount of people we meet, the kinds of encounters we have? I've learned I think so much more about the world through people and interactions than I have otherwise. But it's the same thing, too, I think...that if we reflect closely on our interactions we can learn something about humans

    18. Jun., 19:09 Antworten
  • cobblerstreet

    That's a peaceful scene. One of those universal moments of little children reluctant to close their eyes to shut out their eyes to the happenings of the world. It's very sweet to imagine people eating lunch whatever they packed from home and whoever packed it for them with love. Nearby there are cornerstores where we will pick up fresh milk and some female necessities. Different cities boggle my mind...The different temperaments expectations. How much of a city can we know by looking out a window? How well did I truly know Jeddah? Vincent Van Gogh. ..or maybe Picasso...said we can know everything there is to know about the world by standing right where we are. Do you believe that?

    18. Jun., 12:53 Antworten
  • cobblerstreet

    Indeed the day is just starting..it was 5.30am when I woke up and already the sunlight was washing the windowpanes of all the windows in the apartment opposite to this...people trickling onto the streets...A man in a white shirt with a Burger King logo and thinning puffs of black hair walking into the mist of the morning. Here, a little boy with curly hair and large shiny eyes and little hands a buttery crispy croissant and a cup of hot tea. Is it early there too? What are people doing there?

    18. Jun., 11:04 Antworten
  • cobblerstreet

    A warm good morning from sunny new york from inside a small flat like the kind you see in movies brick and many flats crammed together and little baby cockroaches the warmth shiny wooden floors and a new new day and a can of iced tea. I wish last.fm would give recommendations based on place :) what do you think geneva is listening to today?

    18. Jun., 10:14 Antworten
  • cobblerstreet

    what about where you are? and how do you think it could be measured better (happiness in a place?) what does it sound like at night? here I can hear the whistles of the police, horns from cars and trucks, and the hum of the air conditioner..

    31. Mai., 18:11 Antworten
  • cobblerstreet

    Wow, I didn't know it was 6.4 million people! This reminds me of a time someone asked a friend how big Singapore was (and I think it was asked in the general sense of how big a place is) and she responded with an exact figure (276 sq miles). It's little in the sense that there are certain repetitions (tea stalls made with wooden boxes, and roofed with sheets of steel, sometimes umbrellas, sometimes cloth, sometimes nothing at all--where all the rickshaw drivers drink tea and have bread or pastries that hang from bags along the sides of the tea stall. You see the tea stalls every block, with such a similar variance that you begin to think the entire place is really one small thing. I love your question about happiness. I think it's more accurate as a measure of individual averages--rather than a collective because in a country like Bangladesh which is still very much stratified in the way of the caste system there are extremes in living conditions...so to know happiness...

    31. Mai., 18:09 Antworten
  • cobblerstreet

    Maybe I just will and put it up here for you. What a little city this is, full of potholes and running children and fruits hanging in bunches and carts and red brick and huge billboards with beautiful dark haired girls...

    31. Mai., 12:41 Antworten
  • cobblerstreet

    Can you hear all the crows, the cars, the hills of Chittagong?

    31. Mai., 12:22 Antworten
  • cobblerstreet

    Greetings from a warm place with lots of fresh spinach that I'm waving to you!

    26. Mai., 2:28 Antworten
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I am not amazing and I can hold a conversation.

Sometimes I drink without being thirsty.

The problem with the pursuit of happiness is that you're too busy to enjoy the scenery.

Without life, music would be a mistake.

I like old films and foreign films and films.


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