Perahu negeriku, perahu bangsaku
Jangan retak dindingmu
Semangat rakyatku, derap kaki tekadmu
Jangan terantuk batu

Tanah pertiwi anugerah ilahi
Jangan ambil sendiri
Tanah pertiwi anugerah ilahi
Jangan makan sendiri

R.I.P Franky Sahilatua (1953-2011)

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le epic answer

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le epic question

When i’m unemployed, all day is only about designing, browsing, and listening to the music I like. Now that i get a job… all day is only about designing, browsing, and listening to the music I like… with better computer.

~ Me

“Bye bye, Blackbird”

I ignore text messages. I let the phone ring. I log off all chats. I stop tweet. It’s nothing personal, really. I’m just sick of pretending that I’m okay.

Sorry

I just need some time to be alone. Just to make sure I still can make it on my own. I’ll just play dead for a little while. If you’re reading this it’s probably too late. Just, I wonder how long it takes for you all to forget my name. I’m sorry to leave you all like this. I’m sorry.

taken with my phone camera. an amazing sunset behind Passer Baroe, Jl. Gunung Sahari, Jakarta.

Play some rock
Play some rock
Please don’t stop
Coming home
Coming home

Liquido

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A video tribute to Cobain by Jared Letto.

“I heard today was the day Kurt passed away 17 years ago. Can’t believe it’s been that long. So grateful for his contribution and inspiration. Not sure I’d be doing this if it weren’t for him. He gave us all permission to create no matter what our skill set and reminded me that dreams are possible. Thanks for that. This made me recall a short piece of film I shot when I heard they were making a film celebrating his life. I made it to explore the character and explore creative possibilities. I never sent it to the studio or to anyone but thought I’d share it now…”

~ Jared Letto

taken from http://jaredleto.com/thisiswhoireallyam


a childhood dream came true. true.

I saw Hades and offered him to trade a wish for my soul. He hushed me away after telling me I can’t sell something that wasn’t mine.

Bowie and Lennon, a ten minutes story.

 

 

I was back in New York a couple of months later in Soho, downtown, and a voice pipes up in my ear, “Are you David Bowie?” And I said, “No, but I wish I had his money.”

“You lying bastard. You wish you had my money.” It was John Lennon.



Read these on 9gag and thought it will look nice on this blog. But then I wonder is that even real? so I google this shit out, and find these interesting copy of David Bowies’s Speech in Berklee College of Music’s Class of 1999, delivered May 8, 1999, at the Hynes Convention Center, Boston. a very interesting topic, but to get you to the point is that here is how the story goes:




Towards the end of the 70s, a group of us (Bowie and Lennon) went off to Hong Kong on a holiday and John was in, sort of, house-husband mode and wanted to show Sean the world. And during one of our expeditions on the back streets a kid comes running up to him and says, “Are you John Lennon?” And he said, “No but I wish I had his money.” Which I promptly stole for myself.

[imitating a fan] “Are you David Bowie?”

No, but I wish I had his money.

It’s brilliant. It was such a wonderful thing to say. The kid said, “Oh, sorry. Of course you aren’t,” and ran off. I thought, “This is the most effective device I’ve heard.”

I was back in New York a couple of months later in Soho, downtown, and a voice pipes up in my ear, “Are you David Bowie?” And I said, “No, but I wish I had his money.”

“You lying bastard. You wish you had my money.” It was John Lennon.

read the whole article  here

My mother said to me, ‘If you are a soldier, you will become a general. If you are a monk, you will become the Pope.’ Instead, I was a painter, and became Picasso.

Pablo Picasso