I love this website

June 23, 2011 § Leave a comment

So, let me tell it straight to you. This morning, coincidentally I found Pictorymag website. That is one of the cool thing I’ve ever found in the internet, might have been one of the coolest. And this one of the content example:

Setting Out to Change the World

My mother was on her own after my father died when I was 9, and brought me up the way she knew best. She taught me that kindness is the most unforgiving weapon. She taught me that I am a strong, talented, and intelligent woman. She taught me that I can do whatever I set my mind to and that no one can stop me if I use tact, knowledge, and respectful determination. Without her, I might not have had the courage to volunteer my time in places like Kiwohede, a school for trafficked children in Tanzania. One might not be able to teach passion, but she ignited mine.

For more wonderful stories, just visit Pictorymag.


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long live, Sir!

April 15, 2011 § Leave a comment

When I was a kid, I remembered my family showed me a funny tape. It names Gold Rush. The main actor is a funny man, he was using over-sized pants and shoes. He has mustache, weird mustache (it explains  my obsession to mustache).  At that moment, the film was, yet it is still, extremely funny. Since that day, I’m in love with this man, Sir Charles Spencer “Charlie” Chaplin, KBE as known as Charlie Chaplin. Charlie Chaplin is a brilliant comedian. He is a step ahead for his era. He shows how is joking with yourself, not by using someone else as an object.

Today is his 122nd birthday. So, I’ll say:


Sorry, I was joking around, I know he have already passed away, but thank you so much to bring lot of laughter into this world. Thanks, Mr. Chaplin. Anyway, just take a look what Google made for you, Sir.


I know it’s pretty hard job to look for a handsome actor one.

something about Indonesia

December 17, 2010 § 1 Comment

things that I dislike about Indonesia:

trash at Bantar Gebang

demonstration at Senayan



traffic jam at everywhere

but, I still love Indonesia by liking this things:

culinary (satai)

traditional games (galasin)

and the things that I can’t describe trough words, just like this one.


After all, I’m still proud to be part of this nation. Saya bangga jadi orang Indonesia.

terima kasih

December 17, 2010 § Leave a comment

your paleo future

October 20, 2010 § Leave a comment

New York, the city of skycrapers.

October 14, 2010 § Leave a comment

I love this line anyway,

“Have you ever meet someone

You love so much

It hurts?”

Please, just let me say,

“I do”



September 14, 2010 § Leave a comment

i will learn how to love a person and then i will teach you and then we will know

seen from a great enough distance i cannot be seen
i feel this as an extremely distinct sensation
of feeling like shit; the effect of small children
is that they use declarative sentences and then look at your face
with an expression that says, ‘you will never do enough
for the people you love’; i can feel the universe expanding
and it feels like no one is trying hard enough
the effect of this is an extremely shitty sensation
of being the only person alive; i have been alone for a very long time
it will take an extreme person to make me feel less alone
the effect of being alone for a very long time
is that i have been thinking very hard and learning
about mortality, loneliness, people, society, and love; i am afraid
that i am not learning fast enough; i can feel the universe expanding
and it feels like no one has ever tried hard enough; when i cried in your room
it was the effect of an extremely distinct sensation that ‘i am the only person
alive,’ ‘i have not learned enough,’ and ‘i can feel the universe expanding
and making things be further apart
and it feels like a declarative sentence
whose message is that we must try harder’

taken from: Tao Lin’s Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy


Happy birthday to my little brother, Dennis!

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