I have to confess but I have approached my book notes today with some amount of fear. I have taken notes all the time in the last few days. I was sure to be ready to write a good post, but as soon I have open the computer, and I have the blank page of my laptop in front of me, the notes I had … Continue reading Nothing To Say, Nothing to Hide.
Priti Patel is the daughter of immigrant parents. Like her so many people we have in the UK, comes from immigrant parents, especially from the second… Priti Patel: wanting to be accepted even at the price of (almost) denying her history Continue reading Priti Patel: wanting to be accepted even at the price of (almost) denying her history
Which I think apply to the time we are living right now. Our world is not divided by race, colour, gender or religion. Our World is divided into wise people and fools And fools divide themselves by race, colour, gender or religion Nelson Madela Just a fool cannot agree at this words. Continue reading Wise words from Nelson Mandela
How did I come across Pink Floyd? One afternoon in 1974. Inside the cinema hall of the railway station in Alessandria in hallucinogenic fumes that only years later I realized that Marlboros were not what the people were smoking. It wasn’t an easy love for Pink Floyd. The film impressed me, and I was curious, but I couldn’t declare myself a real fan of the … Continue reading The Music of My Life: Pink Floyd -Animals –
Priti Patel is the daughter of immigrant parents. Like her so many people we have in the UK, comes from immigrant parents, especially from the second Indian generation. So many Indians was forced to move from India to Africa in the ’50/’60, and they manage a way to become quite wealthy and make money enough to be hated in Africa and by consequence they become … Continue reading Priti Patel: wanting to be accepted even at the price of (almost) denying her history
It astonishes me when people not only mistake opinion for fact but will talk with phenomenal arrogance and self proclaimed authority. When you literally show them that he is legally and factually incorrect, they still has the audacity to argue as if there is another view. So weird. This is the time we are living right now. Continue reading Life Inside Social Networks
In 1973 I was 13 years old. I had casually invested with a love for “committed” music just a short time ago. I am curious and listen to everything. In 1973 it meant that when you discover an artist, you have to recover the previous years of the same artist. Everything comes upon me like a wave in the stormy sea of my youth. I … Continue reading The Music Of My Life: Genesis – Selling England by The Pound –
The pandemic has forced the Government to stop to have Party for more of six people. A lot of people are complaining about it, but sometimes you need to see the big pictures and say “thank you” to this “political” action. In my idea of the “perfect Party” six is the ideal number. Cooking for six is manageable for everyone at home, and if you … Continue reading “Six” is the Perfect Number for the “Perfect Party”.
Today I will write about a story that comes from Sardinia, but which doesn’t stop in Sardinia. The protagonist of the story is Gianluca Piredda, who lives instead by creating stories. Of course, you create stories if you have a true and credible personal story, and Gianluca has. Gianluca Piredda born in Sassari, Sardinia in 1976 and from a very young age, he entered among … Continue reading Interview with Gianluca Piredda: A story that born in Sardinia between Traditional Values and Comics but does not stop on the island