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Songs I really like: “The Time Of Love Is Now” by T.Rex and “Je Suis Moi” by Françoise Hardy

It is five in the morning and due to an insufferable condition called insomnia I do not have anything better to do than just think of my favorite tunes. Continue reading “Songs I really like: “The Time Of Love Is Now” by T.Rex and “Je Suis Moi” by Françoise Hardy”

Tomorrow is my birthday and I have a feeling of peace about it

Yesterday night I had a dream in which I had a haircut. The stylist chopped half of my hair off and I appeared to be quite ecstatic. It’s something about the length of your hair that can affect your life, or at least represent it.  Continue reading “Tomorrow is my birthday and I have a feeling of peace about it”

Madame Dubarry (1919)

About two weeks ago I saw Madame Dubarry at the Stanford Theatre. I had raved for about two days because I discovered the movie would screen on a Sunday and it was already Friday. It was a magnificent experience. Continue reading “Madame Dubarry (1919)”

Donald Trump is sworn in as 45th President of the United States

It has been a both historic and happy day for me. I have waited a long time for time for this! Congratulations, Donald J. Trump. I do accept you as my President. Many said you would not even get nominated! You did it for us. Melania looks so classy.

This year is starting to look pretty good!

Sure, it has been rainy, there is barely any sun, my work sucks, I’m becoming an adult, I have to pay bills, but it’s all been fine. Continue reading “This year is starting to look pretty good!”

It is so grand that the wonderful performer Pola Negri was born in Poland 120 years ago. A century ago right now she was working on films! She’s my favorite of them all; she still so is. I still love the Negri. I haven’t been giving her enough time due to my busy life! Don’t party too hard, Pola. I’ve been thinking of going back to reading your Memoirs of a Star again. In 1917 she was hired to star in a Polish production of Sumurun and met Ernst Lubitsch on that same year. She filmed the Polish version of The Yellow Ticket. She was also invited by Max Reinhardt to star in his production of Sumurun in Berlin. Her whole life was in front of her. Her career was just starting. She was about to move to Germany and learn a whole new language. There was a war going on. Pola still went on and did what she had to do. She had to live her life and express her talents to the world. Have a good one, Pola.

The marvelous year of 2016

Was I one of the few people that loved 2016? For me it was a year of growth and discovery. I achieved one of my dreams. I started working. I started college. I found more passions. A fellow darling of mine became president. Almost everything I wished for came true this year. Continue reading “The marvelous year of 2016”

A Day of Silents in San Francisco 2016

Last Saturday I spent my entire day watching silent movies in the Castro Theater in San Francisco. It was a nice little escape from the busy life of working and college. I saw quite some majestic elements of film and painfully dull ones. Continue reading “A Day of Silents in San Francisco 2016”

The Horrors of Black Friday (Coupon Drama Edition)

I agreed to work an eight hour shift during Thanksgiving for double pay. I thought pre Black Friday would not be a horror. It was probably going to be slow. “I might get some of my college reading done!” I foolishly thought. Continue reading “The Horrors of Black Friday (Coupon Drama Edition)”

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