I’ve had a Tumblr account for a long time but I was really missing out the fun of it: the creative visual extravaganza, maybe almost like a “visual twitter”, or the sharing wackiness of rebloging. I was missing it because I started using it as my scrapbook, a fancy aggregator to my most important online contents and the “liking” and “reblogging” didn’t fit there.
Putting Tumblr’s ability to rename tumblogs to good use, I decided to create a new one while re-branding the existing. So, from now on my scrapbook previously hosted at t3mujin.tumblr.com has moved to jpnalmeida.tumblr.com (possibly this ain’t the definitive url, more on that one of these days), and in it place there’s a new one destined to unleash my potential without restrictions.
Here’s a list of things you should say in an antique shop:
- Do you receive new stuff often?
- I never heard someone say: It’s my birthday and what I want is a piece of old russian wood.
- This could be from anytime really.
- He’s a guy who got mugged in Russia, went to live in the woods, people would visit him and it make him feel better. Why does that man got a plaque? Everybody was a saint years ago, if nowadays someone got fed up living in London or New York and went to live in the woods, no one would see him there and he wouldn’t get a piece of wood with his face.
- What do you do when you sell all the antiques?
Courtesy of Karl Pilkington. I still can’t tell if this guy’s completely insane or he’s just acting, but he’s surely one of the funniest characters I’ve seen (heard, actually) lately
Yes, again the Ricky Gervais podcast…
This guy is completely insane!! He has, amongst lots of other things, a completely revolutionary the about monkeys in space!
For those coming into the world of podcasts this is a must have (and if you’re not into podcasts it’s also available as a regular download):
The Ricky Gervais Show
In these last few weeks my Monday mornings have been much more nicer!
now playing: Ricky Gervais, Steve Merchant and Karl Pilkington – “The Ricky Gervais Show – Episode3″
Technorati tags: Ricky Gervais, Podcast
It’s always nice when people around us put something into the blogosphere, this time is my pal Pedro who jumped into this wacky world.
Liife, work and everything in between
He’s preparing to move abroad, so I bet it will be something to check often.
PS – It’s written in portuguese…
now playing: Antimatter – “Black Sun (live)” [Unreleased 1998 - 2003]
Os síntomas da gripe das aves são bastante fáceis de detectar.
Por exemplo, se um agricultor abrir a capoeira e vir um ou mais
frangos metidos na cama, de termómetro enfiado no bico,
e a comerem canjinha, é altura de ir buscar a caçadeira
Ricardo Araújo Pereira
English version (courtesy of Google, I was too lazy to do it myself so I just reviewed the results):
The symptoms of the avian flu are quite easy to detect.
For example, if a farmer opens the bird shack
and to finds one or more chickens in the bed,
thermometer stuck in the beak and eating chicken soup,
is time to get the shot gun…
Disclaimer: this text is not to be taken seriously…
The goth metal band Moonspell is working quite hard these days, while recording the new album a DVD is being prepared and their site is being relaunched. Actually it"s not one, but a group of separated sites, globally called Infernet, to fit each of the perspectives of the band. For now it’s just the new forum, in which I’m a proud moderator, and a blog, probably one of the best looking I’ve seen lately. Even if you’re not a fan of the band, or even the genre, it’s worth a visit!!
Current music: Moonspell, “As we eternally sleep on it”
Technorati Tags: Moonspell
If there’s a kind soul who can get me a ticket to the Sigur Rós concert at Lisbon I would be forever thankful towards such person.
Now playing: Sigur Rós, “Hjartað hamast (bamm bamm bamm)”