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Moony
17 July 2012 @ 09:11 am
Taiji Sawada
 
 
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Moony
27 May 2012 @ 10:24 am
" "Yo tenía una vecina que me obsesionaba porque le gritaba mucho a sus hijos”, dirá Soledad Echagüe. “Mi departamento era chiquito, se oía todo, y yo detesto que se les grite a los niños. Creo que los niños, los animales y las plantas tienen que tener un cuidado aparte. Y ese día yo estaba tirada en la cama y Soledad se daba una ducha con la puerta abierta y me contaba, lloriqueando, de la muerte de este chico. Y en el medio se escuchaban las puteadas de la mina al hijo. De repente Soledad abre la ventana, la muy zarpada, se asoma y le grita ‘callate, yegua, sos una hija de puta’. Yo me quería morir. La mina nunca más les gritó a los chicos. Fue un flash eso. Fue rara la situación; digo, que en el medio del lloriqueo, la tipa se ocupó de abrir la ventana y gritarle a la mina. Qué loco, ¿no?" "

- Caparrós, Martín, AMOR Y ANARQUÍA. La vida urgente de Soledad Rosas. 1974 - 1998, Buenos Aires, Editorial Planeta, 2003, pág. 64.
 
 
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Moony
11 January 2012 @ 07:16 pm
I'm so... I can't describe how bad I feel.
It's very complicated, long family story. I just want to advice a new hiatus. I feel like crap, I'm so sorry.
I hope I'll feel better soon. For now, I'm just stunned.
 
 
Moony
26 December 2011 @ 09:30 am
Ok. If I don't write this now, I'm going to explode. Seriously. So prepare for big rant because here I go: before calling MUCC a shitty/poor band, first wash you dirty mouth, you ignorant beast. No, I'm not talking about a MUCC fan (because I'm mad at those fangirls making a scandal for everysingle thing MUCC releases or do too), I'm talking about a very bighead user on Tumblr aka DirEnBro tips. I'll take a deep breath first.
Girl. You see. I know you're pretty mad, and I know Dir en Grey's fandom sucks pretty well (because hey, I refused almost all my life to listen to them because of those crazy horrible fangirls all around the net too), but it's not MUCC's fault. Before putting MUCC in the same bag with Alice Nine, An Caffe and those posers wash your mouth. Because in your pathetic attempt to criticize those 14 years old crazy fangirls and weeaboo, you're acting in the same childish and stupid way, being so ignorant to call MUCC "a shitty and poor band". What the fuck have you listened about them to call their music a shit just like that? aren't you claiming for sensitive and "good" fans for Dir en Grey? (by the way, who the hell do you think you are to decide or tell how to be a good fan?). Now I'm asking you to grow up and never call a band a shit without listening to it carefully. Because beyond tastes and personal opinions, those four guys work really hard for their career every day. You must be a little bit more objetive, don't you think? objetive and careful. Beyond tastes, you can't say they make shit. If you don't like it that doesn't mean it's a just a shit. You just don't like it. There are very good bands I don't like, but I don't say they are poor. It's call respect.
Oh, and one more thing; if they are so poor or shitty, why was Miya called for playing with Sugizo, Pata and Heath during the hide memorial summit while no others guitarrists, bassists or drummers where invited? it's not like any idiot plays along with those musicians in the same stage.
 
 
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Moony
03 December 2011 @ 06:42 pm
As you asked for it, here I go with the onigiris recipe ♥. First in English (that sucks, but well), then in Spanish.

ENGLISH
Ingredients
· 750 gr. broken/double rice.
· 750 cm ³ of water.
· 7 teaspoons of white vinegar.
· 5 teaspoons of white sugar.
· Seaweed nori (2 plates).
· Fill that you choose. It can be sweet or salty. To illustrate, I suggest cheese Philadelphia, carrots and olives (or a boiled egg). The amount is difficult to calculate because it depends on how much padding you want to put in each onigiri.

Steps:
Gohan rice
1) In a plastic container, rinse the rice repeatedly (about eight or nine times).
2) In a large saucepan, put the same amount of rice to water (for 750 gr. of rice, 750 cc. of water).
3) Put on high heat cooking (I mean, the burner at maximum) for 10 minutes, covering the pan with a lid for.
4) After ten minutes, put the heat to minimum for another 10 minutes.
5) Remove from heat and let the rice cook another 10 minutes only. Meanwhile, in a cup of tea, add 7 teaspoons of white vinegar and 5 teaspoons of white sugar, and mix. The mixture will be ready when the grains of sugar are not visible.
6) Place the rice in a bowl concave and with the help of someone else who fan the rice straight out of the pan, pour the vinegar mixture over the rice and sugar without focusing too much on one particular point. With a wooden spoon, stir gently to disperse the vinegar achieve well.
7) Cover the container with damp cloth towel and let stand 1 hour.

Making the onigiris
1) While the gohan rests, it's recommended to boil or prepare what we want to fill the onigiri. In the case of carrots, one carrot is enough. Just bring it to boil over low heat, with a little portion of salt (preferably washed before putting the carrot to boil, without peeling for a better preservation of the flavor). At the same time, boil an egg (usually takes some time until it becomes hard).
2) Once the gohan left is ready, put a plastic wrap or a wet dish towel on the kitchen counter. You must also place a bowl on the counter with water to rinse your hands constantly, and another container for the filling (sliced ​​carrots, and olives in small little rings. The egg should preferably be stepped on, and cheese doesn't need to be prepared because you just need to add a small teaspoon of it). Nori should be cut with scissors into small rectangles.
3) Wet hands with water, and take a handful of rice gohan holding with one hand. With the other hand, fluff the rice, giving it a concave shape. Add small amounts of filling (for example, a teaspoon of cheese, a slice of olive and a slice of carrot), and rinse your free hand with water again. Take another serving of rice and place it over, then knead until you close the onigiri, giving it the desired shape (triangular or circular). Rinsing your hands, place the strip of nori seaweed on the bottom of the onigiri.
4) Once all are ready, select those which you want to sprinkle with sesame seeds.
And you're ready. Easy, isn't it? ♥

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ESPAÑOL
Ingredientes:
· 750 gr. de arroz doble carolina (o la línea Koshihikari de arroz Gallo).
· 750 cm³ de agua.
· 7 cucharaditas de vinagre de alcohol (cucharaditas = cuchara de té).
· 5 cucharaditas de azúcar blanco.
· Algas nori (2 láminas).
· Relleno que vos elijas. Puede ser dulce o salado. Para ejemplificar, les sugiero queso filadelfia (o Finlandia de La Serenísima), zanahorias herbidas y aceitunas o un huevo duro. La cantidad es difícil de calcular, ya que depende de cuánto relleno ustedes quieran ponerle a cada onigiri.

Pasos:
Arroz gohan
1) En un recipiente de plástico, lavar el arroz reiteradas veces (unas ocho o nueve veces).
2) En una cacerola grande, poner la misma cantidad de arroz que de agua (para 750 gr. de arroz, 750 cm³ de agua).
3) Poner a cocinar a fuego intenso (es decir, la hornalla al máximo) durante 10 minutos, cubriendo la cacerola con su tapa correspondiente.
4) Pasados los diez minutos, poner el fuego al mínimo posible y dejar cocinar 10 minutos más.
5) Retirar del fuego y dejar cocinar el arroz solo otros 10 minutos más. Mientras tanto, en una tacita de té, agregar las 7 cucharaditas de vinagre de alcohol y el azúcar, y mezclar. La mezcla va a estar lista cuando los granos del azúcar no sean visibles.
6) Colocar el arroz en un recipiente cóncavo y, con ayuda de alguien que abanique el arroz recién sacado de la cacerola, verter la mezcla de vinagre y azúcar sobre el arroz sin que se concentre demasiado en un punto en particular. Con una cuchara de madera, revolver suavemente para que el vinagre logre dispersarse bien.
7) Cubrir el recipiente con una servilleta de tela humedecida y dejar reposar 1 hora.

Armado de los onigiris
1) Mientras el arroz gohan reposa, es recomendable hervir o preparar aquello con lo que queremos rellenar los onigiris. En el caso de la zanahoria, una sola basta. Sólo hay que ponerla a hervir a fuego lento, con un poquito de sal (preferentemente lavar la zanahoria antes de ponerla a hervir, pero sin pelarla, para que conserve mejor el sabor). Al mismo tiempo, poner a hervir un huevo (suele llevar bastante tiempo hasta que queda duro).
2) Una vez que el arroz gohan se ha dejado reposar por una hora, cubrir la mesada un papel film o una rejilla bien húmeda. También se debe colocar en la mesada un recipiente con agua para enjuagarse las manos constantemente, así como otro recipiente para el relleno ya cortado (la zanahoria en rebanadas, y las aceitunas en pequeños anillitos. El huevo preferentemente debe estar pisado, y el queso no hace falta, porque se agrega de a pequeñas cucharadas de té). Las algas nori deben cortarse con tijera, en pequeños rectángulos.
3) Humedeciéndose las manos con agua, tomar un puñado de arroz gohan sosteniéndolo con una mano. Con la otra mano, ahuecar el arroz, dándole forma cóncava. Agregar pequeñas porciones de relleno (por ejemplo, un cucharadita de queso, una rebanada de aceituna y una rodaja de zanahoria), y enjuagar la mano libre con agua nuevamente. Tomar otra porción de arroz y colocarla encima, amasando hasta cerrar el onigiri y dándole la forma deseada (triangular o circular). Enjuagando una de las manos, colocar la tira de alga nori en la parte inferior del onigiri.
4) Una vez que todos están armados, seleccionar aquellos que queremos que tengan semillas de sésamo y rociarlos con la cantidad deseada (es recomendable usar sésamo tostado).
Y listo. ¿Verdad que es fácil? ♥
 
 
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Moony
17 July 2011 @ 12:14 pm
I will never be able to understand why you did such thing. Specially you, who fight along all these passed years, telling us to never surrender. I will never be able to understand it. I can't accept myself lighting a candle for you, Taiji. Rest in peace, please.

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"White cloud floating over the edge of the horizon.
I'm absent-minded and looking at it.

Erase my sadness by the spray of the wave.
Erase my VOICELESS SCREAMING by wild waves.

I can see his smile in the sky.
That is the message from him, "I'm flying in space freely".
I had such a dream.

I just wanted to make a journey that explore spirits with you.
I just wanted to make a bridge that connect my sound and your sound.

To my dearest friend...
"

Taiji Sawada -
沢田 泰司
July 12, 1966 – July 17, 2011
 
 
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Moony
09 June 2011 @ 07:08 am
HAPPY MUCC DAY

"Can you walk ahead without fear and enough confidence to take on the whole world?

The sound of the wind, what is really valuable
You are moaning, "I can't hear anything"
And crying you look up at the sky and say
"I want to laugh"

Nothing has changed for 100 years and nothing will for a 100 more
Blow wind, blow

Fill us up with sadness and happiness till we're bursting at the seams
We'll fill up this universe up twice with our laughter. (...)

Fill us up with sadness and happiness till we're bursting at the seams
And we'll fly so high we'll look down on this world's hypocrisy."

Flight
, Shion (2008)
MUCC
 
 
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Current Music: 梟の揺り篭 - MUCC
 
 
Moony
02 April 2011 @ 09:58 am
Ese soldado nunca supo de qué
mordisqueada manzana se había
asomado como gusano al mundo

Debió ser esa la causa por la que
paseaba su garbo de sauce
en la llovizna ocultando un poco
esos ojos de pescado reseco
y parecía rebotar en el paisaje
con la insistencia del bicho
que choca contra un farol

Debió ser esa la causa por la que
se retiraba a buscarse para no
encontrarse cuando regresara
y no verse y esas cosas
que se piensan

Debió haber sido así
Así nomás debió haber sido
que no oyó la voz de alerta ni el silbido
y cuando el viento negro
se le metió por los agujeros
ese soldado gritó
"mamá"

Lo único que gritó fue esa palabra

Caso Rosendi, Gustavo, soldados; Buenos Aires,
Ministerio de Educación de la Nación, 2009, pag. 59.



¡Fiiiirrrmes!
grita el teniente

y los soldados se levantan
en magrullos de huesos
y se paran frente a la cama
del teniente que duerme
y lo miran

Cada noche de todos los días
que le quedan de vida al teniente
se pararán frente a su cama
y lo mirarán

¿Qué quieren de mí
estos tagarnas?

-piensa el teniente
cuanto despierta-

Pero todas las noches
los soldados se levantan
en magrullos de huesos
y se paran frente a la cama
y lo miran

Qué quieren de mí repite
todas las mañanas el teniente
con una esperanza de que
alguna vez los soldados se
cansen de estar muertos

Pero cada noche todos los
días en la vida del teniente
ellos están ahí puntualmente
firmes
parados frente a su cama
y lo miran

y esperan

Caso Rosendi, Gustavo, soldados; Buenos Aires,
Ministerio de Educación de la Nación, 2009, pag. 125.
 
 
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Moony
19 March 2011 @ 11:24 am
Yesterday I could finally make the donation thought Red Cross Argentina. Let's hope other people here and in other countries will do it too ♥.
What's more, I have something I would like to share with you. The original entry is written in Spanish, by a Japanese girl called Makiko. Since I trust there will be people interested about this project in my friend list, I decided to translate the entry for you (I know my English sucks, but well, you will understand the idea anyways).
Here I go:

"My name is Makiko. I'm a Japanese girl living in Madrid since one year ago. As you may know, there was a big earthquake in Japan on 11th March. This earthquake emotionally affected me very much. Until late Friday morning I heard nothing about my people, I didn't knew if they were dead or alive. Despite my family and friends are ok, it causes me a lot of pain to watch news from Japan. So, I had an idea. The plan is that every single person make a crane origami. To help you how to do it, I made a video explaining how to do it:

Las 1000 grullas from Makiko Sese on Vimeo.


I would like that every person could take a picture with the crane and send it to me to this email address: las1000grullas@gmail.com

In Japan, we are used to make 1000 cranes to make a wish come true. That's why I need your help to encourage my country and specially the people in the affected areas. Once we have 1000 cranes, we will send them to our friends in the north of Japan, that so many help and encourage they will need.

Thank you very much for your interest and I hope that each other and making this effort, we can make that wish come true.

Arigato ありがとう Makiko 真紀子

Please, pass this idea to all those people you think might be interested."

For English speakers, if you still don't get how to make a crane, here you have a very good English tutorial.
I don't what you think, but the project touched me very, very much, so I decided to make five cranes on behalf of my family (I personally think Sasaki Sadako's story is already beautiful. This one is already another one). She already has 1000 cranes, but she said she won't stop the project until the last crane arrives to her email address.
I decided to share this with you because she asked to pass the idea to the ones who I think that might be interested ♥.

♥ for Makiko
 
 
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