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It Is Not Daydreaming 19 comments

Friday, 17 March 2006

Some painters transform the sun into a yellow spot, others transform a yellow spot into the sun
—Picasso

Every guitarist knows how to play simple tune of “Wonderful Tonight” but do every one of them know how to play it as Eric Clapton ?

Quote of The (Busy) Week 6 comments

Monday, 24 October 2005

No problem can withstand the assault of sustained thinking.—Voltaire

What can I say, rainy day it is now.

ps :
Someone was asking me, how I can get some good and funny quotes.
I suggest, QuotationPage (feeds), and Think Exist.com.
If you have linux, keep Fortune Cookies running.
If everything else is fail, try devine’s saying (hadith, or alike). Just make sure you don’t have any fallacies quoting such holy literature. Watch closely iVHS, you’ll get the idea.

Wayward Son 13 comments

Sunday, 16 October 2005

Children begin by loving their parents. After a time they judge them. Rarely, if ever, do they forgive them.—Oscar Wilde

I was trapped in parent-child relationship conversation this late evening at Carrefour’s pujasera.
Yeah, with bunches of my fellow jerks, you know who you are pals!

Somehow, we had quite a conversation, actually:

My old man spanks me when I misspelled the “ABCD”. So now, I grow up as a rude person.

My mother never breast-feeding me, even though she could. I get very serious ill during my childhood.

I think, my father only love my youngest brother.

I score some sh*ts, but they don’t give a damn thing about it.

Sounds familiar ?

It is interesting to see how we blame our parent about what they were, or about they we’re not. What they give, or give not.

Heh.. I was such a wayward son back then :)
My mom is the moon, and my dad is the sun. They’re just can’t be together.

But still, they’re my lights in the end of the tunnel. Always.

Happy weekend, guys.

Carry on my wayward son There’ll be peace when you are done Lay your weary head to rest Don’t you cry no more No! —Kansas

Makanan Sehat 20 comments

Friday, 2 September 2005

Malunya, saya baru tahu ada buku sehebat ini : Toto-chan : Gadis Cilik di Jendela; saat mengunjungi Pameran Buku AJBS kapan hari lalu.

Bercerita tentang konsep sekolah alam, kurang lebih seperti ini, dari sudut pandang seorang Toto-chan yang selalu “mempertanyakan segala sesuatu”.
Dan katanya, buku ini menjadi bahan bacaan wajib di Jepang. Katanya lho, saya sendiri nggak pernah ke Jepang secara fisik.

Ini quote favorit saya :

Kepala sekolah (Sosaku Kobayashi) meminta para orangtua untuk mengisi kotak bekal makan siang putra putri mereka dengan : Sesuatu dari gunung, sesuatu dari darat laut.:

Sungguh, kalimat paling cerdas (dan mengenyangkan) yang pernah saya dengar.

Ntar habis jumatan, cari pangsit didepan PLN embong wungu, dicampur tempura. Itadakimasu !