I arrived in Spain on November 12th, 2005 with too much luggage and a mess in my head. I was going to meet my father for the first time in a long time and I would have to live with him (and talk to him). That was something I wasn’t entirely comfortable with, and by not entirely comfortable I mean that it scared the s**t out of me. But I knew I had to do…"Spain"
Friend: Why do you want to end world poverty and income inequality? Some people are rich, some are poor, that’s just the way it is. Bruno: I want? No, this is not about what I want or I don’t want, it’s about doing the right thing. It’s about what has to be done. Friend: But I like having more than the rest, that way I have no stress, don’t need to work,…"Whatever 6"
Bruno: What do you mean, you feel lonely? You’re like the strongest and most independent person I know. Friend: Everyone feels lonely sometimes. Bruno: But you have many people who care about you. Friend: Do I? Bruno: Well… No, not really, but people know you, they know who you are. Friend: You care, right? Bruno: Yes, I do but at least you’re still free. Friend: Yes, I’m free in the sense that I can only…"start a revolution"
Last days I’ve been reading a book called “Season of the witch”. Found it on a shelf at home, and started reading it, despite the silly title, because I had nothing better to do. After 1 hour I stopped reading it and started living it. Few chapters a day, I got very much into the psyche of the protagonist, and the time spent away from the book, it was actually time spent thinking about what the…"Astral projection"
Boy: So, how did you guys meet each other? Bruno: In Japan couple of years ago. Boy: Oh, cool, what were you doing in Japan? Bruno: Not much, just relaxing. Boy: Just relaxing? Not working or studying? Girl: I love it when you say “just relaxing” so casually. Boy: Relaxing in Japan? What are you rich? Bruno: Yeah, I’m rich. Boy: Lucky you! Bruno: Lucky me! Boy: Japan is expensive. Bruno: Really? have you ever…"Midnight humor"
Bruno: OMG, I’m a womanizer! Friend: No, you’re not. You wish you were, because of Barney Stinson. Bruno: Ok, you’re right. Friend: Everyone who watches that show wishes they were as funny and charismatics as he is, the other characters are boring. Bruno: So you think that guys who are single or in a relationship are boring? Friend: Pretty much. Bruno: In kind of makes sense, Barney has more fun than…"good boy, bad boy"
Friend 2: So, what’s the plan for today? Bruno: Try to figure out what’s the meaning of life. Friend 2: Again with that? There’s no meaning to figure out, I told you. Bruno: So why do we exist? Friend 2: For no reason. We just do. Bruno: I read that the meaning of life was to be happy, and to avoid suffering. And then I read somewhere else it was to prepare for the moment…"whatever 5"
Probably the main turning point in my life was when I made the decision of moving to Buenos Aires and this post is probably gonna go straight to my biography when I become famous and someone decides to publish the story of my life. Rosario is a big city in Argentina, few million people live there. That’s where I grew up. Big cities mean lots of people, lots competition and lots of opportunities as well.…"Buenos Aires"