Few days back we went to Georgia’s National Dance Ensemble “Sukhishvili” in Limassol. It was an amazing show. Being a wannabe-professional dancer at my fragile ages of 6 till 12, I can tell you that these guys deserver lots of respect.
From my point of view, they are comparable with Lord of the Dance (I liked Lord of the Dance back in 2001 in Bucharest at Sala Palatului when Flatley was still in the show, however the recent one in 2009 in Larnaca could be better).
I can say somewhere Sukhishvili are even better. The complexity of the moves, the high tempo (along 90% of the show) of around 200 BPMs, the tricks with knives and spade-fights at this tempo, the crazy pirouettes on reversed toes - this is just amazing, speechless…
Here are some nice mixes of their work:
Wish my Moldova had the same thoughtful management towards the great talents in culture (which they seem to throw to garbage ). Why ensemble “Joc” is not getting proper funding having such talents as can be seen below.
Enjoy ensemble “Joc":
Desi un pic radicali sau directi… imi plac! Imi plac ideile, imi place muzica aleasa, imi place ce si cum filmeaza…
“Creditul pentru orice… PROST!”
“(B)Ani de Liceu”
Meet Will Urbina
One of his interesting techno-design works:
I want to present few nice sites which might be interesting for you. At least I enjoyed finding them out and getting information about them.
From wiki: “419eater.com is a scam baiting website which focuses on advance-fee fraud. The name 419 comes from “419 fraud", another name for advance fee fraud, and itself derived from the relevant section of the Nigerian criminal code. The website founder, Michael Berry, goes by the alias Shiver Metimbers. The 419 Eater forum has over 24,000 registered accounts.”
The people on this forum are taking it as a real-life role-playing-game. They have something like medals on how many fake-banks they “crashed", flags of countries where they “smashed” a scammer, etc.
If you like this kind of long and ad-hoc scenario games, this is the place to try. If not, even just simply browsing the forum is a fun . BTW, on this site you can find almost any phrase which you would find in the emails from the Spam/Junk folder.
From wiki: “The CouchSurfing Project is the largest hospitality exchange network, with over 1.75 million members in 237 countries and territories. According to Alexa it is currently the most visited hospitality service on the Internet, averaging around 40 million daily page views July-December 2009″
Interested? CouchSurfing FAQ will get you started - prepare your backpacks!
PS: though CouchSurfing might be fun, free and exciting, NEVER forget the common-sense for personal privacy and security, just to avoid so called (and over-hyped) CouchSurfing horror stories
(thanks to Veronica to throw some like on existence of such project)
Linkaholic is a collection of links I receive by mail/mass messages or I find on the net
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