Just so that it’s out there

If my memory doesn’t fail me I think I was 14 when I learned that second-hand smoke was actually much more harmful than smoking yourself. Then I realized my mother had smoked inside the house, next to me for as long as I had memory. She would bring all her friends home and they will all smoke nonstop next to me while I was in developing age to make sure I wouldn’t grow healthy and that I had…

"Just so that it’s out there"

Just so that it's out there

If my memory doesn’t fail me I think I was 14 when I learned that second-hand smoke was actually much more harmful than smoking yourself. Then I realized my mother had smoked inside the house, next to me for as long as I had memory. She would bring all her friends home and they will all smoke nonstop next to me while I was in developing age to make sure I wouldn’t grow healthy and that I had…

"Just so that it's out there"

About the pimsleur language program

What is pimsleur? Is the reason why I can speak many languages. But what is it? An audio language learning program. Is it free? Of course. How to get it? First download torrent, go to the pirate bay and type pimsleur + the language you want to learn on the search bar, so if you want to learn Turkish, you want to type: pimsleur turkish, order the results by the number of seeders and open the ones who…

"About the pimsleur language program"

Living in Argentina as a vegetarian

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"

Hiding stuff

Friend: Where’s your stash? Bruno: I’m not gonna tell you. Friend: You should. Bruno: Why? Friend: Well, during the years that you have been moving around, sometimes you’ve come to accumulate stuff you couldn’t take with you when you left, so they had to be hidden somewhere. You wouldn’t just give them to a friend, because you don’t want to be a burden or trouble other people with your stuff. You know they also have…

"Hiding stuff"

Christmas message

Please help me spread an anti-consumerist, anti-capitalist message on this Christmas. Don’t buy anything. Recycle gifts. We all have stuff at home we don’t need. Give them away as presents on Christmas. Bake a cake. Write a letter. Write a song. Make your own gifts. Your friends will appreciate them more because they were made by you instead of a 12 years old Phillipino. The reason why there are still poor people in the world…

"Christmas message"

About ADAM.

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."

Find an excuse

Friend: Why do you travel? Bruno: I don’t travel, I’m always in Taipei. Friend: So why did you travel before, were you trying to find something? Bruno: Not really, but you know sometimes you pretend you are looking for something, but actually you just want to have fun looking for it, if you find or not doesn’t really make any difference. Friend: How’s that? Bruno: Well it’s like some people when you ask them while…

"Find an excuse"

Whatever 16

Girl: I think we need to talk. Bruno: Sure what’s up? Girl: Well, you know, we’ve been dating for a few years already… Bruno: And? Girl: And it’s time to take things a step further. Bruno: What do you mean? Girl: Well, you know. Bruno: But, I told you already, I don’t enjoy that as much as you do. Girl: No, not that, I think we should get married. Bruno: Really? Girl: Yes, I think…

"Whatever 16"