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  • topjim

    Sure, there's alot of nasty characters out there that get their kicks out of making vile comments on the internet from the safety of their bedrooms. Again, i pity them for being so unhappy, but should allow them right to be noticed, i guess. Wouldn't it be cruel to lock somebody's voice to the confines of their own heads, while everbody else is making celebrities of themselves?? Do anything enough and the actions of my fellow humans start to grate. Driving is a perfect example. I hate everybody after a day of that. Last time i got on a train somebody dropped their burger on my foot. I was wearing flip flops. Sometimes i have to close my ears to world news and open them to more local news. It's always nicer. Maybe i should spend more time in the company of old people too. They are very comforting, unlike the sterile youth trying to tell me what's important in life. Have you been aware of last week's Scottish vote for independence? It's been a big thing here.

    Ieri 15:54 Rispondi
  • topjim

    Has someone been calling you "hunny bunny"? ;)

    20 Set 16:45 Rispondi
  • topjim

    I'm sure you can use homophones in poetry :) It reminds me of a scene that cannot be written down. "A man looks out of his window. In front of him he sees a woman sewing on a bench. Behind him in a field he sees a farmer sowing seeds". It's impossible to write down in English "a man saw 2 people doing 2 different types of s*wing" This seems to be a one off. My brother and i cannot think of any other word that has the same kind of conundrum. I think it's good that people can translate old English. I fear for the future of the English language being text speak and Acronyms. Grammar is important to me and i can see that eroding away and losing it's importance. Soon to be able to use correct spelling and grammar will become an art form like Caligraphy or Latin. Can you speak Latin??

    18 Set 11:18 Rispondi
  • topjim

    The phrase "I shall be gentle unto your form the now" makes no sense to me. Where is it from? Just translate "I shall be gentle to your form for now." That sounds almost erotic. Am i within the right context? I think were you to get caught with a bit of ganja in your pocket abroad you might get a slap on the wrist, maybe offer them a bit of cash. Never seems to be like when i was 21 and went to Rhodes with my mates. We all believed the Greeks would lock you up for 2 years for having just a joint's worth. That holiday we drank alot. lol. Still to this day don't know what the Greek policy towards weed is. I'm sure it's nothing.They are in the EU after all. Anyway. My bed has arrived 10 minutes outside the delivery window. I just reprimanded the driver for being miserable. I bet he appreciated that, lol. I can go and enjoy St. Vera day now. And 'yes' i have friends that don't even let me talk. One in particular, i've known for about 10 years. I wonder if he knows anything about me at all

    17 Set 12:49 Rispondi
  • topjim

    Thanks for yr recent messages. You seem to make all the points that exist in my mind that fail to emerge. I'm curious about Uruguay. Apparently weed is legal there and i have this vision of it being the Amsterdam of South America. It's my birthday today and i'm building Swedish flat pack furniture. I'm also waiting for a bed to be delivered. Exciting eh, but i thought it would be ok, my fone would be going crazy while i wait. But no, even my own mother appears to have forgotten, lol. I sometimes listen to music on Spotify but i can't put up with ads after every 2 or 3 songs. It's annoying. I listen to my own collection most of time. I forget you went to S.A. The people are lovely. I have so much fun with the Africans. They don't appear to suffer from stress or depression. They have nothing but know how to enjoy life. In Accra, there is always something going on on each and every weeknight, from reggae bands on the beach to traditional highlife music at other venues. I can't wait :)

    17 Set 10:48 Rispondi
  • topjim

    In 2003 i spent 3 months in New Orleans. I witnessed the whole build up to Mardi Gras whilst attending all the parades that go on for weeks. The Americans are crazy for collecting all the beads and plastic cups that get thrown of the floats. At one of the latter parades i witnessed a cuddly toy get thrown from a float. It was picked up by a child who then had it snatched from her by some 'crazed' woman who said "THATS FOR ME, IT WAS THROWN OFF FOR ME". I couldn't beleive my eyes. The phrase 'taking candy from a baby' came to mind. I never attended another parade after that. I was seriously disgusted and will never get over what i saw

    17 Set 10:43 Rispondi
  • topjim

    Why you not subscribing anymore ?? :)

    11 Set 16:07 Rispondi
  • topjim

    Don't get me started on Americans. They are new to this visiting other countries lark, and they spoil it for me with their need to make every person within 100 metres listen to them talking. It's as if they think we are impressed with them for being American. The British are the same to a certain degree. I avoid. I once sat next to a South African on a plane who was expressing grievance about her difficulty in finding cheap and reliable maids/butlers (slaves in other words), in South Africa anymore. I was shocked and genuinely felt pity for her. To me, she seemed sheltered, behind, almost backward. I'll be in Ghana. It's always Ghana. I love it there. I have more friends there than here, and this time i will be attending a wedding. It's no tourist destination, and maybe that's why i love it. I can also tell you for sure that it feels much safer than walking down my local High Street. With regard to our earth, and us as a species, i agree with every single point you make so eloquently.

    11 Set 16:02 Rispondi
  • topjim

    Actually, vacation time is around November for me. It always has been. My mountain climbing trip is just a short break to get me out of the house for my birthday. November i will be going to West Africa for 2 months. Little bit worried about the Ebola out there. Is it vacation time for you ? ? ?

    26 Ago 10:01 Rispondi
  • topjim

    The astronaut Mike Collins, the most isolated man in history, described the Earth seen from space as an Eden. A beautiful marble suspeneded in darkness. No other planet comes anywhere near as beautiful as our earth. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kmP4Xzt0rN4 I love this. :)

    26 Ago 9:56 Rispondi
  • trysaethr

    Hi ! You ARE at home ? I thought you were out in the world traveling or something......

    18 Ago 20:09 Rispondi
  • topjim

    That is an almighty can of worms these people from the future want to open. We need to deal with the current problems in the world before this is even possible. Like space travel, i think we will have destroyed ourselves before we even get there. Good article, but it's crazyness. The future scares me. Of course you are right, the vegetarian dogs i know, are owned by vegetarians, lol. And actually, siding with the vegans here, it's the way we eat our meat. At least the animals kill humanely, and waste nothing. We make them suffer in cramped conditions so we can mass produce. And we waste soo much. The world would be so much better without us :)) I just cant help concluding with how lucky we are, to be here at all, on this planet, at this time of it's life, and at this stage of human evolution, with nothing to threaten us, except us.

    10 Ago 17:11 Rispondi
  • topjim

    I don't know any vegans, but have some vegetarian friends who are a pain in the arse enough when ordering pizza. I've never been on the receiving end of a Vegan's lecture, so i just put them down as extreme vegetarians....and i wouldn't fancy being the guy trying to turn Lions and Tigers vegan, they'd be salivating at the sight of him, lol. I do know some vegetarian dogs though. Poor things :)

    9 Ago 14:38 Rispondi
  • topjim

    Italy are just a stagnant team. No improvement from the Euro's 2 years ago, only difference being the players were 2 years older. Would have like to have seen Balotelli show his class like he did 2 years ago. I have decided on my September break. I will be going mountain climbing in Snowdonia, north Wales. To you they are probably more like hills. It's supposed to be beautiful up there and won't be swamped with tourists as it's just out of season. That's my plan. Rent a little cottage or caravan. Have a mate coming with me, so we'll spend evenings in village pub with home cooked food. Not like around here where they tell me they run out of pancakes in a resturant. How can you run out of pancakes?? Run out of eggs , sure, but pancakes, how? Sorry, just a gripe about resturants in the UK. 9 /10 times always left feeling i could do better myself. Dont take much to be a chef in England, just learn how to use a microwave, maybe grill a frozen burger. No chance of fish broth. Are you Vegan?

    28 Lug 10:39 Rispondi
  • topjim

    I just wanna know what it is that makes the Germans so damn efficient at everything they do.England prepared for this too much. The players had warm weather training in Portugal for a week or so, then a friendly at Wembley, followed by humid hot weather acclimatization in Florida with 2 more friendlies, for another week or so just before the tournament. Too much. I bet the players were sick of each other. Whereas uruguay just stayed at home, turned up for the tournament and knocked us out, lol. I've checked out yr resorts. hard to pick anywhere from one another, not fancying the Krapets speciality of fish broth too much. Have you had that?? Is it nice?? I'm planning a short break in September. Initially thinking of visiting Naples. The flights to Rome are tempting me, but i'm curious to see a bit Bulgaria and Romania now (& Poland too i guess, still). I might pick 6 places and roll a die :)

    17 Lug 12:47 Rispondi
  • topjim

    Nah, i don't want to be surrounded by drunken teens. I had no idea the stag parties ventured out to your beach resorts. I was thinking it would just be the locals. I avoid my own countrymen as much as possible when i'm abroad. I like random places,, not touristy. Its the only way to see the real culture. You don't need to be told that. I think i'd prefer the quieter towns. They must have little festivals and stuff. I shall look into them. Thankyou :) Have you been taking an interest in the Brazil World Cup????

    12 Lug 9:26 Rispondi
  • technozenexp

    enjoyed your library very much today - cheers john

    10 Lug 22:48 Rispondi
  • topjim

    What's the nicest coastal town in Bulgaria???

    8 Lug 10:21 Rispondi
  • topjim

    'This video is not available in your country',that's what youtube are telling me today. I'll come back to that. I realized that Rik Mayal was in Black Adder after i sent you the message. He was 'Flasheart' in series 2 and 4. I used to like The Young Ones, and Bottom, and Comic Strip Presents way before all of them.

    6 Lug 18:31 Rispondi
  • topjim

    Have you ever been to Nessebar????

    5 Lug 10:09 Rispondi
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"The greatest pain sometimes comes from our own self-knowledge. What we are in the eyes of others and what we know ourselves to be."


O que há em mim é sobretudo cansaço —
Não disto nem daquilo,
Nem sequer de tudo ou de nada:
Cansaço assim mesmo, ele mesmo,
Cansaço.

A subtileza das sensações inúteis,
As paixões violentas por coisa nenhuma,
Os amores intensos por o suposto em alguém,
Essas coisas todas —
Essas e o que falta nelas eternamente —;
Tudo isso faz um cansaço,
Este cansaço,
Cansaço.