The following is a list of some of my near-death experiences, the ones I can remember. I have no idea what is anyone supposed to do with this information after reading it."Near-death experiences"
Thought number 1 and also my unpopular opinion is that it’s not fair that football players earn millions while there are people starving on the street right now. It’s something sad, not something to be celebrated. Is something to be angry about. I understand the government needs to distract people somehow so that they don’t complain about the fact that the society is being poorly managed and the resources poorly administrated, I also understand that…"My 5 dark thoughts"
In the last post, I talked about the details of how I got my books published, in this one I will talk about the road that took me there. My first “business venture” was in Berlin in the year 2007. It was really difficult to get a job there without speaking perfect German, so a friend and I set to collect empty bottles from the parks and what not, it was something like 20 cents…"My personal road to entrepreneurship"
It took us almost eight hours to reach the Argentinian border in Quiaca to cross to Bolivia. We hadn’t had neither a meal nor a good sleep the night before so the long bus ride felt even longer. the city of Salta was pretty terrible, but the other small ones were really nice, Bajo Pampa, Humauaca, and Quiaca. they all had this cute small friendly town atmosphere. we walked towards the bridge that connects the…"From Buenos Aires to Bolivia"
A little about my experience in the city of El Calafate, Argentina."About life in EL Calafate"
The last post was six months ago, what happened since? I left China and came to South America. But why? That’s what everyone ask me always and in the same way that the Japanese say we have 3 faces, one we show to acquaintances, another one for friends and family and the real one that we never show to anyone, the answer to this that I give to people who are not…"But why?"
Probably no other moment had a greater impact on my life as those 10 seconds when I was walking around the pedestrian street in Rosario, Argentina and saw a familiar face walking towards me. It was Ariel Gutierrez, he was listening to some song with his headphones but he wasn’t just singing along, he was shouting the song, so loud everyone was staring and creating an opening for him to walk through as they…"About Ariel"
The first Korean song I heard, was probably Valenti or no1 by BOA which was not really Korean, but probably Japanese, because she is Korean but sings in Japanese for some reason. I heard it by accident because it was part of the song selection of the game pump it up that we were playing every day, and I thought, whoa, what is this fresh sound, so easy to listen, so, just so bubbly and…"No1"
I frequently tell people I grew up in Argentina, and one of the most frequent questions I’m asked is: “was it tough being a vegetarian there?” Answer is always no. Of course, we find there’s a big meat eating culture there, but there are also many sub-cultures who chose to oppose it for some reason, so you’ve got the hippies, the SxE, the are krishna, the budhists, the hindus, the animals rights defenders, the environmentalists who do…"Living in Argentina as a vegetarian"
Bruno: I have a problem. Friend: Just one? Bruno: People look at me weird. Friend: Which people? Bruno: On the streets. Friend: Well, they must have found out about “My little pony: friendship is magic”. Bruno: How would they? I don’t think is that. Friend: Oh, they know. Bruno: No, but really, why do they are always staring at me, am I that weird? Friend: No, just a bit paranoid, we’re all a little weird…"About ADAM."