Thursday, July 20, 2006
I was reading the news and guess what? 13 people dead because of the heat in Europe. Nopes, not me, I'm still alive! I have to confess one thing: although the temperatures here didn't go to 40°C and anything above 38°C is "a new record", I feel that this city is hotter than Rio. Maybe because every store or office you go in Rio have air conditioning, almost all buses, the tube (line 1 at least), my house, your house. At least a very good fan. Where I live (used to) is quite fresh, despite of the heat. And also we have the beach, so we can refresh with a nice swim. Here? Pffff, some places have fans, one fan per room. Maybe in offices you have air con, those ones with 10 computers per room. And poor river Thames, makes no difference at all. Hmmm, in fact, I think it's a bit fresher near the river.
But please, I AM NOT COMPLAINING!!!!! I hate to sweat, I hate the smell in buses, I hate the stove that the tube is transformed into, but I definetly prefer having three cold baths per day than having my skin cracking, my nose bleeding, my legs and feet purple, because of that damn cold and wind. I just wish Bournemouth was closer. Beach is always good.
By the way, I read somewhere that the authorities are very concerned that this summer will be as hot as in 2003, where 15,000 people died in Europe. 15,000 people????? W-O-W. Let's give water to the elderly!
Tuesday, July 18, 2006
I just had a big big Barcardi Breezer bottle, but it was so hot and I drank so fast (ok, ok, didn't have lunch today) that... look at me... txk.
I am in my TPM (sic). How would it be in English...? PMT? Whatever. I don't feel like being on TPM, but I am. I mean, it's not because I want the world to explode that I am on my TPM. It helps, but I am also very tired and so unpatient and I was before getting to this period. Just to let it registered, in case I shout bad words at you.
I have spent the last hours searching for travel destinations. I'm planning to travel around (Around where? Europe maybe?) in September, for a month. I've found the inter-rail - train pass - which seems very interesting. Just need to be a little more corageous to get my backpack and travel alone! Such a shame that I cannot travel at niht with that pass and save on hostels! :-D
Oh, the mobile arrived. Me back to the world!
It is also time to start thinking about the dissertation. Two more months and the game is over. Time flies. It's been almost a year. It doesn't look so bad in summer.
I still have no mobile. Tsc, never thought I would be so dependant of one. Anyway, this week this will be sorted out.
Not so many news on my side. I have an interview on Thursday (no celebration, please), I’m going to a show called Fuerzabruta in Camden next Saturday, I’m flying to Greece on the 28th. And July is gone!
Monday, July 03, 2006
Impossible to read, huh? Ok, here you go:
private view (but open to you, my guest) - 13 July, 6 - 8 pm
The show: 14-15 July - 10 am to 5 pm and 16 July: 12 am - 4 pm.
Where: Goldsmiths College, Main Building, Room 300 (upstairs), New Cross, SE14 6NW
For more information: www.feelshow.co.uk
* no intentional erotic conotation
Sunday, July 02, 2006
1) The French bad smell. Everybody knows that French perfumes are the best in the world because the French people are the stinkiest! I'm sure that the players and audience didn't use any perfume at all, so the Brazilian team would feel dizzy and nauseous. This also justifies that weird convultion Ronaldo had before 98's game. It was in France, summer and the country was all smelly.
2) Pelé. I bet this damn witch gambled against Brazil and did some black magic for the team. Ok, you can believe that Brazil won't win France, but you shouldn't say this to the papers, especially if you are a Brazilian. Faith above all, that's our fuel!
By the way, did you know that black magic was born in France?
3) Felipão. You greedy, you already won in 2002! Leave us alone!
4) Ali. He is what we call "cold feet" - no idea if this works in English. He supported Iran, Argentina, Brazil... I bet England and Australia too. Can you please support France now?
5) Lili. She wouldn't be able to watch the final properly, so it was better to end up everything now, huh?
6) Cipri. The first game he didn't watch in England. Besides, he wasn't wearing his Brazilian t-sirt, as he was on a wedding (not his own, that God).
7) Marco. Tsc tsc tsc. Bought a yellow multi-task t-shirt, so he could support Jamaica, Australia, Brazil, Ghana, Ukraine, Sweden, Ecuardor and all yellowish teams.
By the way, yellow is definetly not a good color. In Brazil, if you don't do something because you are afraid, it is said that you "yellowed". Ok, it's weird in English.
8) "Pra Frente Brasil". Mauricio said it was a weird version. I admit, it was. I took it from an Angra's lyrics website. Angra is one of the worse metal bands ever and only the Japanese like them. Shit, my fault!
9) Me again (yeah, the world turns around my belly button). I turned off the TV in the middle of the 2nd half. I should have supported my team until the end (but it was so obvious that we were going to lose, wasn't it? i felt humiliated with that game).
10) My mom. She is always against Brazil when it comes to football.
I will come up with other theories and other football posts, as I am so so so angry. If I was face-to-face with Parreira I think I would fix that horrible nose of his. Hunf!
Saturday, July 01, 2006
I'm not ashamed of being Brazilian, not at all, but those guys should be. I think that there should be a punishment for those who make a fool of the Nation, like donate a year of salary for charity. Second thought. Knowing how things work in Brazil, this money would be stolen.
It was a shame that a good team like Argentina left the Cup prematurely, but it was well done for Brazil. This team shouldn't even be there to embarrass the whole country.
And now who would be Champion? I'm voting for either Portugal or Germany.