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(no subject) [May. 27th, 2018|11:21 pm]
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(no subject) [Sep. 4th, 2010|03:25 pm]
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Good morning.

Just to let you know, I'm more active on tumblr and flickr these days, that is to say, I take pictures of myself which are actually accepted as academic work, then I post them online:

Dzima's Tumblr
Dzima's Flickr
Dzima's Twitter

I'll be surprised if anyone comments here let alone reads this.
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I'd have made this announcement on tumblr if I knew how to use that site [Jan. 22nd, 2010|06:32 pm]
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I'm back in Aus.

After seeing all the nuclear destruction and fallout caused by the latest financial crisis, I wish that all the children will sing 'Brand New Day' so that we can make the world a better place in Mad Max 4.

By the way, I'm also back in university. Because if you haven't noticed yet I'll be forever 18 in my head.
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(no subject) [May. 23rd, 2009|07:33 am]
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For those of you out of the loop, I've been spending sometime in South America with my adorable family as of lately. In Val Verde to be precise (the same country whose dictator Arnold killed in Commando and where the Predator attacked in his first movie. Also, it's where Sly Stallone is shooting 'The Expendables').

Life is great; if you earn $10 a day here, you can live like a king. My palate is being constantly delighted as well; the locals have come up with hundreds of different ways to make a meal with white flour, sugar and/or meat

And to disappoint all my fans, I also hardly own any musical or photographic gear these days. I'm just trying to make to world a better place without my "art".
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(no subject) [Mar. 5th, 2009|09:32 pm]
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Just writing this short note to tell people who haven't visited deadbatteries's website, go do it now!

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(no subject) [Feb. 23rd, 2009|11:21 pm]
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I'll fly off tomorrow allegedly but I might be back sooner than you expect, just like the next sequel in the Die Hard franchise.

Here's me, wearing the famous Meta t-shirt. Please help Meta's trust fund by buying this t-shirt from Alin at akabe.

By the way, here's a pixelated tour of Alin's new place.

Alin's place video

He's already planning a new exhibition at there to be curated by The Edge, featuring photos by Pete Toms, a sound installation digitally manipulating Pavarotti's voice samples by Brian Eno and paintings by Nelson Mandela, sponsored by Amnesty International. Coffee at opening party provided by yours truly.
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(no subject) [Feb. 20th, 2009|11:01 pm]
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While I still can't find a job, I've decided to launch myself into some entrepreneurial joint ventures in the meantime, specially in the fitness business.

I'm proudly announcing our latest release, the Doraemon Barbell.

If you wanted to do your own squats, deadlifts, bench presses and power cleans at home but don't have enough space for a power rack, here is the all-in-one solution. Weighing 45kg, it provides with enough resistance for the ultimate pump.

In case you wondered how Steven Seagal got his amazing physique in the movies Fire Down Below and Under Siege II: Dark Territory, all he did was to exercise with our very own Doraemon Barbell. Don't go out believing any bogus fitness programs; all you'll ever need is a Doraemon Barbell.

Here's a demonstration video.

Yours for only U$149.99 including shipping worldwide.
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(no subject) [Feb. 12th, 2009|10:54 am]
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Looks like I'll be back in Australia very soon. I'm so excited about it that I can't stop smiling, like this:

I'll be looking forward to restart my career as an assistant to the 2nd in charge duty manager at Hungry Jack's/Burger King and being a homeless man, sleeping at Hyde Park with all my best mates: possums, ibises and mosquitoes. I'm not exaggerating.

On less gloomy news, I went to Yokohama Chinatown for the second time ever to apply for a toilet cleaner job. I didn't get it because I didn't have enough work experience and the employer required a university degree in toilet cleaning. Plus the current recession is making people want to save on detergent and not to clean their toilets anymore. Anyway, here are some pictures and videos of Yokohama Chinatown:

It's very touristy, like San Francisco Chinatown. My favourite shop was the one that sold Bruce Lee jumpsuits for kids and babies:


Yokohama Chinatown #1
Yokohama Chinatown #2
Yokohama Chinatown #3
Yokohama Chinatown #4

Today I'm applying for a job to be a window cleaner/windowlicker at the 103rd floor of Roppongi Hills, so may you and Richard D. James wish me good luck. Hopefully they won't require work experience or university degree on window cleaning.
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Kanto Pilgrimage: (H)Iroshima, mon amour [Jan. 24th, 2009|11:10 pm]
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Recently, I got this job that was meant to last for 3 months but which I ended up quitting after one week. It mostly comprised of going to the snowy mountains near Hiroshima, living surrounded by snow and pine trees in complete isolation from the outside world while looking for humans that were infected by a never seen alien mutating shape-shifting species. But that was just my imagination. I quit before I ended up running with an axe after completely normal human beings and ended up too tired of doing heavy workouts in the snow. (There's your next summer blockbuster plot summary: a cross between The Thing, The Shining, Rocky IV and Total Recall).

Here's my failed attempt at snowboarding.

My only friends there were foxes and wild boars. We had a few beers together.

I visited Hiroshima as well. No insult but there's not much to see apart from the obvious A-bomb destroyed sites and related memorials.

The only remaining building from the bombing

How to dismantle Bono with an Atomic Bomb

No matter what Momus wants you to believe in, Japanese people love America more than they even love themselves so here are the stars and stripes standing proudly a few meters away from where the bomb was originally dropped. No joke.

I also tried some local cuisine: Hiroshima style Okonomiyaki. If you had Yakisoba, it's the same thing but with the noodles on top of the vegetables. I'll stick with Osaka style Okonomiyaki from now on.

According to our sorely missed friend Sparklig Beatnic, they were burning last year's protective amulets here at Gokoku Shrine.

It was very warm though so hung out there for while. Here are a few vids of the bonfire:

Gokoku #1
Gokoku #2
Gokoku #3

Also, Hiroshima Castle wasn't that interesting but the ducks in the moat were amusing.

I tried to go to the Contemporary Art Museum but it was closed but apparently it's not very interesting anyway. Then I came back to Tokyo by bus, 12 hour trip, very much looking forward to have a break from snow and alien creatures who don't pay you a proper wage.
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(no subject) [Dec. 6th, 2008|06:27 pm]
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And now to break the silence and for some good news...

I have found a new full time job. All I can say so far is that it has something to do with this:

Also, I'll be starring in an upcoming Beat Takeshi (or Takeshi Kitano) movie... well, almost.

Stay tuned.
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