Saturday, 30 July 2005


Good news today!! Just got a letter from CM saying they accepted my application for the tutor training course!! It will be 2 years of part time studies on education, project development and music. That's just what I needed to keep the good vibes!!
Time to read Paulo Freire again!! I enjoyed Pedagogy of the Oppressed. He's sweet and clever. Very nice man.
He reminds me of an old Chinese saying:

Tell me and I forget
Show me and I remember
Involve me and I understand


I'm so exited! Not because I just came back from a fabulous party where I played my favorite tunes for 2 hours. No. I'm exited cos I just got my first bag of Calea Zacatechichi!!! It is a hallucinogenic plant that has been used in Mexican folk medicine since pre-colombian times and it is still employed by the Chontal Indians of Oaxaca, Mexico, to obtain divinatory messages during dreaming. Uuhhuuuu!!!
It increases lucid dreaming during which one accesses a vast hidden realm of insight, imagery and knowledge, enhancing all sensory perceptions producing a feeling of well-being that continues for one or more days.
That sounds like a lot of fun!! I'm off to bed. Bye

Friday, 29 July 2005

Mass Insanity

The shaman seers of the Fourth World generally agree that those who tenaciously cling to the past will fall into mass insanity.John Hogue

Wednesday, 27 July 2005

The sound of silence

Two minute silence to remember bomb victims. Recorded on a bus at King's Cross, central London

Monday, 25 July 2005


If we all worked less for more money, we would have more time to feed our heads with healthy information and everyone would have jobs. The richest don't want us to feed our heads, and we keep on working till we fucking die. Some say we shouldn't work at all. I wouldn't say so, but whatever. We are just considering ifs...

The Abolition of Work
Aphorisms Against Work
Revolt Against Work
The Decline and Fall of Work
The Psychopathology of Work
Zero-Hour Day, Zero-Day Workweek
How Ethical is the Work Ethic
Product is the Excrement of Action

I'm not working enough but it feels good...

Trojan Horse

Jean Charles de Menezes, 27 years old, Brazilian, died in stockwell tube station after police chased him, thinking he was a suicide bomber. 5 fucking shots, Dead. Fucking sources say he was playing a game of chase with a friend, that's why he didn't stop when policemen told him to do so.
Bla bla bla, read more here or here or type into google if you have the time.
Well, loads to talk about this week. Some people asking me if we are going to plan revenge! Hahaha
No, no, no, people. PLAN, SOMETHING BAD, IN THE FUTURE, FOR SOMEONE ELSE is not our style. Even if we started to plan, which I think it's impossible we would soon give up the idea to do something GOOD, FOR OURSELVES, NOW. We would probably buy the drinks for the meeting and end up dancing and drinking till the day after, completely forgetting about revenge.
Yesterday I spent the whole afternoon selling programs in a festival in Victoria Park. Dressed in fluorescent orange, loads of little programs hanging on my neck, I walked for hours, screaming PROGRAMS, 5 POUNDS. A guy gave me a balloon filled with helium. I inhaled it and yelled programs in a very thin voice, characteristic of the gas. Very funny. Try some helium if you have the chance.
Anyway, what was I trying to say? Oh yes... I saw a very big drum, just like those ones people use for capoeira events, but very big. It could fit 30 people in it. I thought to myself: REVENGE!! Hahahaha
Imagine how funny it could be! A Trojan horse from the tropics, full of drunk and horny Brazilians, ready to blow the festival away in the name of the dead Brazilian electrician.
Nah... it was just the Argyria Nervosa doing its job...

Thursday, 21 July 2005

No, it's not that miserable...

I regreat my first post yestarday. I'm sorry, mates!
I'm now a much better person! I identified myself with Helium...

Strindberg and Helium

Wednesday, 20 July 2005

Defence mechanisms

Defence mechanisms are a set of unconscious way to protect one's personality from unpleasant thoughts and realities which may otherwise cause anxiety. The notion of defence mechanism is an integral part of the psychoanalytic theory. Although often described as detrimental and negative ways that an individual deals with overwhelming stressors; these mechanisms can also be applied positively when dealing with conflicts. Used sparingly, they help people face difficult life situations. However, a defence mechanism can also lead to a neurosis if it causes a person to adopt ineffectual or inappropriate coping strategies.


Some lives are constituted only by defense mechanisms? That list scares me a bit. It seems like it. Click on MORE.

Monday, 18 July 2005

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Wednesday, 13 July 2005

Essential Jung

Jung must be the sweetest man of all times. I can't stop reading the selected writings introduced by Anthony Storr called Essential Jung. I tryed to comment on it but everything I wrote sounded rude, vulgar and shallow compared to his work of art. If you have a brain, this is totally necessary.

Essential Jung in U.S.A.
Essential Jung in UK


"This is by far the best introduction to the work and thought of Carl Gustav Jung now available [1983]. I wish it were possible to require that every teacher and critic, cleric and cocktail-party magus who takes the name of Jung upon his tongue should have read Anthony Storr's admirable compilation at least once, for untold misunderstanding and unwarranted assumption would be saved thereby.... Once again, thanks and praise to Anthony Storr, clinical lecturer in psychiatry in the University of Oxford, for a masterly achievement."--Robertson Davies, The Globe and Mail (Toronto)

"This is the best introductory book for the serious reader. Add it to the autobiography and The Freud/Jung Letters and one has the beginning of a lifetime's serious entertainment."--J. D. O'Hara, Virginia Quarterly Review

"A lively and succinct introduction."--The Economist

"A commentary that is admirably clear and unfailingly level in its tone."--The Sunday Times

"Dr. Anthony Storr has undertaken the formidable task of selecting essential extracts from the huge outpouring of Jung. . . . He starts well with a lively and succinct introduction. . . . The book is then neatly compartmentalized into the main stages of Jung's thought."--The Economist


One of my favourite books is Prometheus Rising by Robert Anton Wilson. I'm seriously thinking of having a tatoo done in his honor. Maybe: R.A.W.
Not only because of the book but because of his sweet way of talking. When I'm pissed off, sick of larval humans, I play one of my R.A.W. Mp3s and everything seems fine again.
Please try it:
It's free

Saturday, 9 July 2005

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Thursday, 7 July 2005

The perfect man

I dream of the perfect man. He would have a very long thick cock, white, nice and clean and a soft tongue, gentle and constant. He would come to my house, grab me by the hair, throw me on the floor, lick me for 2 minutes and then fuck me for as long as he'd like, better if for long. Then he would quote some weird philosopher in Spanish, French or German and would vanish for a day or two. He would send me a text message saying he would come again but I should forget about what he said last time we met. He would have changed his mind about the the quote. He would promise me a better philosophy next time.
He would become more violent and passionate, deeper and succinct with every encounter, leaving quicker, texting me just once after one or two days, sometimes not even texting me. He would yell by my window, and in rainy days he would kick my door, or knock on it loudly, feeling somewhat between lost and found, eyes of a child and a very very thick cock.

Sunday, 3 July 2005


I have to confess: I don't like Oscar Wilde. Things like ""I can resist anything but temptation" or "A man can be happy with any woman as long as he does not love her" irritates me quite a lot, but he's got his moments, like this one:

"As one reads history, not in the expurgated editions written for schoolboys and passmen, but in the original authorities of each time, one is absolutely sickened, not by the crimes that the wicked have committed, but the punishment that the good have inflicted: and a community is infinitely more brutalised by the habitual employment of punishment than it is by the occasional occurrence of crime"


"Seriousness is the only refuge of the shallow"

Nice one, Oscar.

Saturday, 2 July 2005

The potential financial returns from intellectual property are said to provide an incentive for individuals to create. In practice, though, most creators do not actually gain much benefit from intellectual property. Independent inventors are frequently ignored or exploited. When employees of corporations and governments have an idea worth protecting, it is usually copyrighted or patented by the organisation, not the employee. Since intellectual property can be sold, it is usually the rich and powerful who benefit. The rich and powerful, it should be noted, seldom contribute much intellectual labour to the creation of new ideas.

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