Appreciate your ability to eat proper food while you can and good night

Appreciate your ability to eat proper food while you can and good night

“If you can make a woman laugh, you can make her do anything.”
— Marilyn Monroe

The Place Beyond The Pines

Movie Review Time!!!

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I’ve just watch a good movie called The Place Beyond The Pines. At first time I heard about it I’m not really interested to watch, but I didn’t dissapointed at all after watch the movie. The story mostly tells us about how a man working hard for the sake of their children even though they have to do dirty job as criminal or cheating police and about family-related fate. It’s not a happy-ending movie but we can learn about many things in this movie. I like the composition, angles and the codes of the moving picture in the movie. The title, everything that includes in the frames, and the conflicts in the story had an interesting relations one to another. Sadly, after watch the movie I did a small research about the rating of this movie in several websites and found the rating is not really high. Perhaps it was because low publications and there’s no 3d effects or weird face creatures in this movie. But please if you read this and like to watch a good movie in your jobless sunday afternoon just watch it. Very worthed film to watch…

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Above the Clouds at Nepal’s Tengboche Monastery
To see more photos and videos from the site in the Himalayas, explore the Tengboche Monastery location page.
3,867 meters (12,687 feet) above sea level and at the foot of the Himalayas stands Tengboche Monastery.
Built in 1916, the monastery sits in the Khumbu Valley of Sagarmatha National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s the final stop on the “Sacred Sites Trail Project,” a circular trail of 10 monasteries in Sagamatha that draws thousands of adventurous travelers from across the globe each year.
"The surrounding mountains are incredibly rugged monoliths of dark gray and white," says Jessica DiCarlo (@jessicadicarlo), one such adventurer who shared several photos on Instagram during her visit to Tengboche in November. “It really set the tone for the rest of my trek through the Himalayas.” In the end, she says, “it ended up being one of my favorite places on the Sacred Sites circuit. Sunny, freezing, gorgeous and with a lovely community of monks.”
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Above the Clouds at Nepal’s Tengboche Monastery
To see more photos and videos from the site in the Himalayas, explore the Tengboche Monastery location page.
3,867 meters (12,687 feet) above sea level and at the foot of the Himalayas stands Tengboche Monastery.
Built in 1916, the monastery sits in the Khumbu Valley of Sagarmatha National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s the final stop on the “Sacred Sites Trail Project,” a circular trail of 10 monasteries in Sagamatha that draws thousands of adventurous travelers from across the globe each year.
"The surrounding mountains are incredibly rugged monoliths of dark gray and white," says Jessica DiCarlo (@jessicadicarlo), one such adventurer who shared several photos on Instagram during her visit to Tengboche in November. “It really set the tone for the rest of my trek through the Himalayas.” In the end, she says, “it ended up being one of my favorite places on the Sacred Sites circuit. Sunny, freezing, gorgeous and with a lovely community of monks.”
instagram:


Above the Clouds at Nepal’s Tengboche Monastery
To see more photos and videos from the site in the Himalayas, explore the Tengboche Monastery location page.
3,867 meters (12,687 feet) above sea level and at the foot of the Himalayas stands Tengboche Monastery.
Built in 1916, the monastery sits in the Khumbu Valley of Sagarmatha National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s the final stop on the “Sacred Sites Trail Project,” a circular trail of 10 monasteries in Sagamatha that draws thousands of adventurous travelers from across the globe each year.
"The surrounding mountains are incredibly rugged monoliths of dark gray and white," says Jessica DiCarlo (@jessicadicarlo), one such adventurer who shared several photos on Instagram during her visit to Tengboche in November. “It really set the tone for the rest of my trek through the Himalayas.” In the end, she says, “it ended up being one of my favorite places on the Sacred Sites circuit. Sunny, freezing, gorgeous and with a lovely community of monks.”
instagram:


Above the Clouds at Nepal’s Tengboche Monastery
To see more photos and videos from the site in the Himalayas, explore the Tengboche Monastery location page.
3,867 meters (12,687 feet) above sea level and at the foot of the Himalayas stands Tengboche Monastery.
Built in 1916, the monastery sits in the Khumbu Valley of Sagarmatha National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s the final stop on the “Sacred Sites Trail Project,” a circular trail of 10 monasteries in Sagamatha that draws thousands of adventurous travelers from across the globe each year.
"The surrounding mountains are incredibly rugged monoliths of dark gray and white," says Jessica DiCarlo (@jessicadicarlo), one such adventurer who shared several photos on Instagram during her visit to Tengboche in November. “It really set the tone for the rest of my trek through the Himalayas.” In the end, she says, “it ended up being one of my favorite places on the Sacred Sites circuit. Sunny, freezing, gorgeous and with a lovely community of monks.”
instagram:


Above the Clouds at Nepal’s Tengboche Monastery
To see more photos and videos from the site in the Himalayas, explore the Tengboche Monastery location page.
3,867 meters (12,687 feet) above sea level and at the foot of the Himalayas stands Tengboche Monastery.
Built in 1916, the monastery sits in the Khumbu Valley of Sagarmatha National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s the final stop on the “Sacred Sites Trail Project,” a circular trail of 10 monasteries in Sagamatha that draws thousands of adventurous travelers from across the globe each year.
"The surrounding mountains are incredibly rugged monoliths of dark gray and white," says Jessica DiCarlo (@jessicadicarlo), one such adventurer who shared several photos on Instagram during her visit to Tengboche in November. “It really set the tone for the rest of my trek through the Himalayas.” In the end, she says, “it ended up being one of my favorite places on the Sacred Sites circuit. Sunny, freezing, gorgeous and with a lovely community of monks.”
instagram:


Above the Clouds at Nepal’s Tengboche Monastery
To see more photos and videos from the site in the Himalayas, explore the Tengboche Monastery location page.
3,867 meters (12,687 feet) above sea level and at the foot of the Himalayas stands Tengboche Monastery.
Built in 1916, the monastery sits in the Khumbu Valley of Sagarmatha National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s the final stop on the “Sacred Sites Trail Project,” a circular trail of 10 monasteries in Sagamatha that draws thousands of adventurous travelers from across the globe each year.
"The surrounding mountains are incredibly rugged monoliths of dark gray and white," says Jessica DiCarlo (@jessicadicarlo), one such adventurer who shared several photos on Instagram during her visit to Tengboche in November. “It really set the tone for the rest of my trek through the Himalayas.” In the end, she says, “it ended up being one of my favorite places on the Sacred Sites circuit. Sunny, freezing, gorgeous and with a lovely community of monks.”
instagram:


Above the Clouds at Nepal’s Tengboche Monastery
To see more photos and videos from the site in the Himalayas, explore the Tengboche Monastery location page.
3,867 meters (12,687 feet) above sea level and at the foot of the Himalayas stands Tengboche Monastery.
Built in 1916, the monastery sits in the Khumbu Valley of Sagarmatha National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s the final stop on the “Sacred Sites Trail Project,” a circular trail of 10 monasteries in Sagamatha that draws thousands of adventurous travelers from across the globe each year.
"The surrounding mountains are incredibly rugged monoliths of dark gray and white," says Jessica DiCarlo (@jessicadicarlo), one such adventurer who shared several photos on Instagram during her visit to Tengboche in November. “It really set the tone for the rest of my trek through the Himalayas.” In the end, she says, “it ended up being one of my favorite places on the Sacred Sites circuit. Sunny, freezing, gorgeous and with a lovely community of monks.”

instagram:

Above the Clouds at Nepal’s Tengboche Monastery

To see more photos and videos from the site in the Himalayas, explore the Tengboche Monastery location page.

3,867 meters (12,687 feet) above sea level and at the foot of the Himalayas stands Tengboche Monastery.

Built in 1916, the monastery sits in the Khumbu Valley of Sagarmatha National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s the final stop on the “Sacred Sites Trail Project,” a circular trail of 10 monasteries in Sagamatha that draws thousands of adventurous travelers from across the globe each year.

"The surrounding mountains are incredibly rugged monoliths of dark gray and white," says Jessica DiCarlo (@jessicadicarlo), one such adventurer who shared several photos on Instagram during her visit to Tengboche in November. “It really set the tone for the rest of my trek through the Himalayas.” In the end, she says, “it ended up being one of my favorite places on the Sacred Sites circuit. Sunny, freezing, gorgeous and with a lovely community of monks.”

It’s been rainy today. I’ve been super busy with my computer after long hibernate time… This song really fit to the rain atmosphere that accompany me do this and do that…

Maybe it’s a little bit late to post this song remembering that this album have been released last year. First time I heard this song was when I had a little stalky stalky time about Tim Burton works. I really like Tim Burton characters. They’re funny, spooky, and classic but never get me tired of his works. He’s the man! Okay back to the topic because I wanted to focus to the music and the videoclip in here. When I read the lists of Tim Burton’s latest works, I found that he’d just make this videoclip. I haven’t seen his videoclips before. This videoclip is very Tim Burton, he always put unusual things in every video or film he makes. but what makes me very shock is in the end part of the video when the man light a fire into his head like a candle to match with his candle girlfriend. Very romantic yet scary… hahahahaha. And the song very catchy and keep running in my head. Listening to The Killers makes me back to my memory in Junior High School times. A few months ago I downloaded the full discography of The Killers after remembered about Tim Burton’s videoclips. One of my favorite playlist for now….

Okay, so it’s very rare for me to post two songs in a night. But I’ve just saw my new friend’s Soundcloud. And yeah, after I’d listen to his first song that he posted I really like it. I won’t give much compliment or comment. Just try this and visit his page too!

I’m not really get into electronic music that happening these days. But Daft Punk really catch my ear since the very first time I saw their “One More Time” clip. I like animations and sometimes I easily know a song by remembering the videoclips. Not as old as One More Time, but this is a very nice song to accompany you in a lonely silent night. Try this one!

Emotion by Daft Punk on Grooveshark

This is the next century
Where the universal’s free
You can find it anywhere
Yes, the future has been sold
Every night we’re gone
And to karaoke songs
How we like to sing a long
Although the words are wrong

It really, really, really could happen
Yes, it really, really, really could happen
When the days they seem to fall through you, well just let them go

No one here is alone, satellites in every home
Yes the universal’s here, here for everyone
Every paper that you read
Says tomorrow is your lucky day
Well, here’s your lucky day

It really, really, really could happen
Yes, it really, really, really could happen
When the days they seem to fall through you, well just let them go

Well, it really, really, really could happen
Yes, it really, really, really could happen
When the days they seem to fall through you, well just let them go

Just let them go

This is a very good song from Blur that can make me sing along all day and night long when I heard it. It’s a slow song but really get your mood to sing a long loudly. From my point of ear, this song is about modern life. We can heard it when Damon said No one here is alone, satellites in every home. And other than that he talks about lottery and having fun in the nightlife in this lyric:

"Every night we’re gone
And to karaoke songs
How we like to sing a long

Although the words are wrong”

and

Every paper that you read

Says tomorrow is your lucky day
Well, here’s your lucky day”

A very good song from The Great Escape album!!

Hi people! it’s been such a super long time since I wrote my last post in text. So, sorry if my post will be messy and hard to understand, because you know, sometimes words describe feelings. (not mentioning to be melodramatic. hahahahaha). Okaaay today I will write about some music that never leave my brain because I haven’t update my playlists and I’ve been left in many updates in film, music, news, concerts, etc. these days. Shit happens and I’ve been superlazy. So let’s start this so I won’t give you any bad words. These are songs/albums that change my life:

1. How Deep Is Your Love - Take That

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This is the very first song that sung in english that I remember I’ve heard when I was a kid. I forgot at what exactly age I’ve heard this song, maybe around 4, But I remember the atmosphere that day. Its been rainy evening, I’ve been in Jakarta to visit my auntie (at that time I live in Mataram) with my mother. I’ve heard this song in my auntie’s car and the radio play this song. Originally this song was composed and sung by bee gees, but at that time Take That cover this song. I only heard the song one time at that day but I still remember that moment until junior highschool and I’ve searched for it after I heard it again in radio one day. I found the original song and copy it to my computer and tada! I can hear it whenever I want until now.

2. Linkin Park - Hybrid Theoryimage

This is the very first rock band (not boyband) album that I’ve heard when I was 9. My cousin that live with me bought this album and just put it carelessly after she got bored with it. And me, a curious 9 year old young girl heard it with my walkman until the cassette broke. Well I have this bad habit to repeat some songs that I like until the cassette or CD got broke. thanks to computer music players right now. In my opinion, this is the best Linkin Park’s album. I’ve bought their original album until the reanimation album released. After that, never. I didn’t like their later album. But hybrid theory, me likey!

3. Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin II

imageThis is the first 60’s Rock n’ Roll band that ive heard when I was in Junior High School. At that days all of my boy friends are got interested to have a band and play some rock n roll, metal, blues, modern rock, etc. My bestfriend, Mr. A, my closest friend at that time (until now, hiks muah) really like this band at that time. Accidentally I remembered that I saw this album cassette in my house when I clean up my cassette collections ( I always bought original cassette, CD, or DVD if I really like the musician, until now). Like the Linkin Park cassette before, my cousin put it carelessly because she didn’t want to hear it anymore. She bought it because her favorite boyband member give a statement that he like Led Zeppelin, then she bought the album, heard it, didn’t fit her taste, than put it wherever so she couldn’t see it anymore. Than I make it mine, I played it everyday over and over again. My favorite song in this album is Ramble On, I don’t know why but I really like this song. And I’m a big fans of John Bonham (R.I.P). And after I’ve heard this album, conversations about Led Zeppellin keep running in school, telephone, messages with Mr. A, he got me more interested with Led Zeppelin. Until now, I’ve been collected all of their albums and concert DVDs. Around 2010 there is a rumour that they will come to have a reunion tour in Asia, but after I read many articles, they always made a statement that it was only a rumour that their fans made. Best band that I’ve heard in my life!

4. Led Zeppelin - The Rain Song

imageI heard this song first time while I was sleep. I never heard this song before, when I hear it I wake up and read the title. I’ve got this song from my friend. they gave me Led Zeppelin I-IV after we have some discussion about them. I really love this song because it was so calming yet cool. I never get bored to hear this song. It’s been 7 years since the first time I’ve heard this song, and until right now, when I’m writing this post I still repeat this song over and over again. This is the only song that  I can hear when I’m doing something like making assignment or writing blog or other activities that need consentration. Usually I can’t have my consentration if I hear a song or some little noise. Moreover, I can’t consentrate if there is another person in a same room with me even they didn’t do anything that annoy me. But this song is very special case! I really love this!

5. SORE - Ports of Lima

imageBefore I bought the original album, I’ve heard many of their songs and other Indonesian indie songs and never got really interested to hear more. But one day when I was in high school, while I was in my friend’s car after school, I heard this song played in the radio. They gave this song as a promo for their new album at that time, Ports of Lima. I bought this immedietly when the album comes out in the cd store. The packaging of this album is very interesting. I like the cover, and the lyrics were written like a story. they have some plots that inserted between one to another song. The whole album give us a whole one complete story. My favorite songs in this album are setengah lima, vrijeman, karolina, In 1997 the bullet was shy, and apatis ria. Almost the whole songs in the album. hahahaha

6. Adrian Adioetomo - Tegangan Tinggi

imageAdrian Adioetomo, known as Indonesian Delta Bluesman. As far as I know, he was the first person in Indonesian music industry that success to bring delta blues as his character in the market. He usually played with his old guitar in every performances. I’ve been watched him 5 times before. Always attractive and communicative to his audiences (and soundman. ha!). The early times I heard his song was when he oftenly play Tegangan Tinggi and Telegram. His style in playing the guitar is very complicated. I can’t imagine if I can play like him (because I can’t play guitar at all), but his songs are really interesting and keep running in my head, especially every I went home after watching his performance. He is a true musician, very good in songwriting and performances. Most of his songs talk about struggle. He got a new album this year called Karat&Arang. Rolling Stone Indonesia magazine give a review about this album and they said that in this album Adrian Adioetomo will be a little bit different from his first album. I’m really curious! I’ve already order it in demajors yesterday. Can’t wait to hear his new album!

“Good luck and believe me, dearest Doc - it’s better to look at the sky than live there. Such an empty place; so vague. Just a country where the thunder goes and things disappear.”
— Truman Capote, Breakfast at Tiffany’s