New year’s resolutions

Becoming the spokesman of an anti-tobacco campaign in Taiwan. 30 pull-ups in a row (I’m at 15 now). Bench press my own weight plus 30kg. Do some volunteer work for at least half of the year. Get down to 10% body fat.  Embracing dubstep, or maybe not. Moving to Russia and earning a living there by doing something illegal. Becoming more self-aware. Not teaching English. Keep practicing yoga every day. Reducing the use of public…

"New year’s resolutions"

Your government is bad and you should feel bad

Today I was sitting in the park enjoying a relaxing day when a guy comes and starts smoking his cigarette near me while blowing the smoke in my direction of course. It’s not the first time, and it’s not because I’m in Asia. Of course in Asia, everything gets intensified because there are more people, but I’ve been having that problem pretty much all my life everywhere. Same happens when I ride my bicycle every…

"Your government is bad and you should feel bad"

About taiwan

Friend: Hey! How’s life in Taiwan? Bruno: Not bad, not bad at all, you know actually the main reason why I’ve always wanted to come here was that some of the best people I’ve met in my life were originally from here. Friend: So people are nice there? Bruno: As nice as they come Friend: How about the weather? Bruno: It’s extremely hot of course, but I can adapt. Friend: I thought you hated the…

"About taiwan"

Living in the loopwholes

Friend: I don’t understand why you dislike the Christians so much? Bruno: Because for me being Christian means taking the side of the oppressor. Friend: You mean the side of the government? Bruno: Yes, because the governments usually take side with the Christians/Catholics. Friend: Yes, during the dark ages, now its different, kind of. Bruno: How come it’s different? Friend: Let’s just leave it there, so you just don’t like anyone who takes sides or works…

"Living in the loopwholes"

Nice day for a revolution

Today is a nice day nice day for a change  for a change of course in the train of thought that has made a mess in this place of ours. It’s a nice day for something new a change of environment a change of structure a change of mind a change of heart. It’s time to take out the trash and work together for a cause work together for the future and try to learn…

"Nice day for a revolution"

Society fail

Am I the only who’s tired of his clothes? Well, there are 7.000.000.000 people on this planet, what am I saying? Of course, I’m not the only one. The estimated time it takes me to get bored of my clothes is 2 to 3 months, so after that, I either stop wearing them or keep wearing them without feeling special anymore. I stop looking handsome and start looking dull on them. So then its easier…

"Society fail"

About the homeless

Lately, I’ve been comparing my ideas to the ones I had 10 years ago and understanding why did I have them back then and why have they changed over the years. More specifically, I was thinking about the homeless: while growing up, I was taught to dislike if not hate the homeless, because they were not working. What? That’s it? Just because they were not working? They hadn’t done anything wrong to me or to…

"About the homeless"

save my friend

People who read this blog may have noticed an anti-government rage the writer of it often expresses. That’s because he often times forgets that politicians and armed forces are also human beings, the fact that they torture and kill people doesn’t mean they are monsters. And he fails to see that governments ARE the people. Governments have no power whatsoever without an army or some mercenaries to enforce their decisions. Armies consist of normal people…

"save my friend"

Japan 2

From all the countries I’ve been to, Japan was, for some reason, the one that made me wish I could live there forever. I don’t know if it was the kinky porn, the children’s cartoons or the depressingly suicidal business people. I’m not sure, but there was just something there that made me want to stay. And while in Osaka I tried as hard as I could to find a way to stay there permanently,…

"Japan 2"

A new president

Familiar face 1: Have you heard anything from Bruno? Familiar face 2: Haven’t heard anything for a few weeks actually, I wonder what he’s up to. Familiar face 1: Do you think he’s alright? Familiar face 2:  Yeah, you know how he is, sometimes goes dark for no reason, or maybe just hasn’t had internet access. Familiar face 1: I’m a bit worried though, he always logs into Couchsurfing at least once a month, it’s…

"A new president"