I live the life of faith

November 3, 2006


Woohoo………now is quite easy to add where I have been to a digital map…..Has life become easier than in the past?!? Oh my oh my, is there anything without interactive digital media in this era? I guess not. I’ve got this map from World66. Quite interesting website for everyone. 😛 In addition, I have not hit the Russian nor Far Eastern Europe area and yet this is an uncommon area, because they don’t speak English, or German, or even French. Those are only languages, which I can speak 😦


By the way, I still remember when I was young. Gay life was totally different, so people. I have met many people and seen many cultural diversities………. I love to travel and still have been travelling around like a normal backpacker, back then with a walkman, but now with a MP3 player. Man oh man…..One song has become one of my favorites and this song was released in 1995. I love Smashing Pumpkins.


Shakedown 1979, cool kids never have the time
On a live wire right up off the street
You and I should meet
Junebug skipping like a stone
With the headlights pointed at the dawn
We were sure wed never see an end to it all
And I don’t even care to shake these zipper blues
And we dont know
Just where our bones will rest
To dust I guess
Forgotten and absorbed into the earth below
Double cross the vacant and the bored
They’re not sure just what we have in the store
Morphine city slippin dues down to see
That we dont even care as restless as we are
We feel the pull in the land of a thousand guilts
And poured cement, lamented and assured
To the lights and towns below
Faster than the speed of sound
Faster than we thought wed go, beneath the sound of hope
Justine never knew the rules,
Hung down with the freaks and the ghouls
No apologies ever need be made, I know you better than you fake it
To see that we dont care to shake these zipper blues
And we dont know just where our bones will rest
To dust I guess
Forgotten and absorbed into the earth below
The street heats the urgency of sound
As you can see theres no one around


Happy Gayloween…..aftershock!!!

November 2, 2006


I found this photo lately, while I surfed to a gay webboard. It is really hilarious, isn’t it. It’s silent but deadly and comes drifting out of this fat ass, who was sitting right in front of someone. Ok…it sounds gross enough, and therefore this must be the most stinkiest pumpkin, I have ever smelt in my life.!!!!—> FEED or FART…..BOOOOO!!!!! 😛 😈


Happy Gayloween

October 31, 2006

Happy Gayloween….Gayloween is a tradition celebrated on the night of October 31, most notably by gay men dressing in costumes and going door-to-door collecting sweet cocks. Gayloween is often associated with the fetish. Many homosexual cultural traditions hold that Gayloween is one of the liminal times of the year when the men spirit can make contact with the physical world and when magic is most potent. Black and orange are the traditional colors of Gayloween. In modern Gayloween images and products, rainbow colors are also prominent. 😛



Gay bear : Japanese bear wooof!!

October 30, 2006

Another post for my favorite; Gay bear of Japan. Here are a desktop image and calendars from Gproject. The calendars are for October,which has been almost gone 😛 , November, and December 2006.
For further detail of the previous post

For larger version, please click here;
Desktop image
October-November calendar
November-December calendar

Ronan Keating : when he wears nothing at all

October 29, 2006

From Cosmopolitan magazine.

Not enough, this magazine also offers some sexy male nude screensavers for your desktop….hmmm…yummy 😛

My wish lists

October 28, 2006

My wish lists;
First of first is to finish my Ph.D. …..I hope that I will have to spend only one more year with this dissertation. I truely love my research, but sometime it’s a pain in the ass autschhh..!!



To travel : to Lisbon, Madrid, St.Petersburg, Tibet, Rio de Janeiro, Luxor, Victoria fall of Tanzania, Machu Picchu, the Great Barrier Reef, Stockholm and Kiruna for The Northern Light ,Istanbul, The Trans-Siberian, Mandalay, Angkor Wat, Yosemite Park, Silk Road, The Trans Patagonia, The Trans Canada…..and much more!!!!

To have : my own design office.

To be : a lecturer at my university, as I have promised to someone there.

My goodness, I wish to have so many things……However, Happy birthday to me to me. 😛

P.S.1 Thanks to Gooooogle for those images, which are gathered for this post.
P.S.2 Goshhhhhhhh, I have spent a lot of time to collect those images from Gooooogle!!!!….


Before and after

October 26, 2006

What a nice set!!. I love these photos, though I have no idea who the photographer is. I found them while I was surfing internet yesterday……………..I wish, I could have x-ray eyes to see through men’ shirts. 😛 By the way, If someone knows the name of the photographer, it would be nice to let me know.

D&G commercial ads

October 25, 2006

I really like this commercial ads from D&G. It looks different than any other brand (I mean, conceptual design). Moreover, its composition is sort of chaos, but at the same time, it shows harmony. Unfortunately that those men models are far too slim :(, otherwise, it would be a perfect ads. 🙂

My lastest trip with my boyfriend

October 24, 2006

Another trip of mine to Wernigerode, “Wernigerode is a town in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. It is the capital of the district of Wernigerode. It is located southwest of Halberstadt, and is picturesquely situated on the Holtemme river, on the north slopes of the Harz Mountains. It contains several interesting Gothic buildings, including a fine town hall with a timber facade of 1498. Some of the quaint old houses which have escaped the numerous fires that have visited the town are elaborately adorned with wood-carving…….” Wiki



We,18 people, started from Berlin with The Weekend Ticket, which means pay 1 get 5, and therefore its price is very cheap. We departed very early in the morning, because it took 3.30 hours to arrive Wernigerode. Meanwhile, I had been looking forward to seeing this city. On the way, I started to take photo just from the beginning of the trip. (The morning sun is shown on the top)



The cityhall is one of the highlight. It was quite quiet, when we arrived……………………………too early for “normal tourist” to roam around..hehehe…..Later we started to explore here and there, before we went to the famous castle. Of course, one day trip is always in a hurry, so I had spent most of my time taking photos.





Until we reached the castle. The view from the castle to the city was spectacular. Especially this time, when leaves are changing color. These leaves created nostalgic feeling to the city. At the same time, cool wind, sunlight, noises from the woods added dramatic scene…..This is one of the most romantic and fun trip, I have ever made for this year with friends, my boyfriend and a great memory in my mind. 😛







Are we good enough for democracy?

October 23, 2006

1. Ruling is a skill.
2. It is rational to leave the exercise of skills to experts
3. In a democracy the people rule.
4. The people are not experts.

Democracy is irrational

From Royalinstitutephilosophy.org,and Bact’


But I think;
Democracy is be”lie”f.
Lie is hidden in be”lie”f.

Lie is hidden in democracy ?!?!

I miss hot meat!!

October 22, 2006

As we are now in the middle of Autumn, so the day gets shorter and the night gets longer. Leaves turn slowly yellow and soon everywhere will have become yellowish gold color, then brown. I like to see this change and it happens once a year. What I miss is, outdoor BBQ, and grilling. 😦

A nice gay blog

October 21, 2006


It’s the first time that I blog to another unknown blog. Personally, I don’t know him at all. Today, I have spent some hours reading through his blog. And of course, his blog made me feel very good. Maybe, it shows his passion in all he does ?………………… Bravecreatures is his blog. Find out by yourself. 🙂