Telling tales of drunkenness and cruelty

March 11, 2007

So, after an enjoyable week or so in Danmark, I find myself right back where I was before I left. Hopefully I’ll have something more substantive soon, but for the moment here is a “teaser”.

Bevar Ungdomshuset

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November 2, 2006

When I was little, I was afraid—terrified—of Elton John, because I’d seen this picture of him and he looked like some kind of horrible monster:

(The whole outfit is pretty awful, but I think it was the sunglasses that really did it.)

more coming

April 18, 2006

As seen on Yahoo:

Everybody could use more coming, I figure.

Wilderness of hope

January 10, 2006

So it goes.

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Something glowing from inside

October 20, 2005


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Jos mikään ei muutu…

August 22, 2005

…kaikki vain jatkuu loputtomasti samaa.

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Picture time

August 4, 2005

As promised or whatever, I’m posting a bunch of pictures I’ve taken recently, or at least semirecently. Some of them are good, some of them are pretentious, some of them I took when I was drunk. Some are all three.

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August 2, 2005

This is my first post as the proud(maybe) owner of a degree from Cooper. In the past year, my unspeakable rage towards the school and everything remotely related to engineering has subsided quite a bit, so now I might not be entirely averse to actually using said degree to look for a job.

In other news, I look just like a rockstar.


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Greetings from Riga

July 1, 2005

Hey look, I’m in Riga, killing time as I wait for the bus to take me back to Tartu. Lithuania was cool, as evinced by these pictures:

“Thoughts”, or Poetry by Committee

June 2, 2005

Secrets of the mind unwrapping in the freedom of a solitary moment giving hope in the memories of days foregone that might repeat themselves. But now I feel the moment . . . that my thoughts are my own, and to release them without restraint would be . . . like sending away a child, out into the world, without (paha henkkari) guidance to stand up to the storm with only a desperate prayer — let them make it and let what I gave them over the years be enough.

Have the power to bring down a government . . . or to form one. The elephant in the corner seems very small and insignificant, playing songs of glory and misfortune, of life and death, giving and sharing where sharing gives you so much more.

Song of the Moment: «Triumphant» — Röyksopp

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