All entries for May 2005

May 27, 2005

Fear… Paranoia… Suspicion… Desperation

Writing about web page http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0123755/

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5 out of 5 stars
7 complete strangers of widely varying personality characteristics are involuntarily placed in an endless kafkaesque maze containing deadly traps.

May 25, 2005

Greece

Writing about web page http://lcweb2.loc.gov/frd/cs/grtoc.html

This site has everything you need to know about Greece. It is well documented and a good source of history.

Karagiozis is the meaning of life – free, poor, funny.

Writing about web page http://www.photius.com/thus/karagiozis.html

It is the shadow theatre of Greece.Trully unique in its nature has managed to entertain generations and generations. There are not a lot of players left today(about seven) but many people and the Greek state do whatever possible to maintain this dying art which combines the cultural and traditional values of Greece from 1860s and onwards.


Antihellenic for those who care about greece.

Writing about web page http://www.ndimou.gr/anti_en.asp

If Noam Chomsky and Gore Vidal have a Greek analog, it is Nikos Dimou. One of his generation's most fertile minds, a legendary advertising man and a prolific writer, Dimou is best known as the author of The Misfortune of Being Greek-the book that earned him the label of an "anti-Hellene." Nearly a quarter century after it was first published, Dimou comes clean.

Nikos Dimou is a master of provoking passions. It is an art that he learned, perhaps, as one of the pioneers of advertising in Greece (his bloodied map of Cyprus, overlaid with the slogan "I Do Not Forget," is the primal symbol of the island's occupation). He honed it as a columnist for the newspapers To Vima and Kathimerini in the 1980s and 1990s-famously being forced to leave both ? the latter in 1996 after its publisher accused him of subverting church and military.


May 10, 2005

Dday in coventry

(greek language written with latin characters)
Episkeftika to kathedriko tou coventry tis proalles kai milisa me enan ypefthino ekei. Exoun ftoiaksei to kainourgio nao dipla sto katestrameno apo ti vomva ktirio.
I katestrameni ekklisia xronologeitai apo to 1200. O kainourgios naos einai poly modernos arxitektonika kai exei kai ena pareklisi gia oles tis thriskeies kai ta dogmata. Simeioteon meta to deftero pagosmio irthan germanoi meli tis xristianikis neolaias kai voithisan stin anikodomisi kai ti syntirisi tou paliou naou. Oi aggloi pali me ti seira toius esteilan mia antiprosopeia na voithisei se mia germaniki poli. To coventry xtypithike mazika apo vomves mono stin arxi tis maxis tis agglias(noemvrios 1940). meta ta germanika aeroplana stamatisan tis megalis emveleias epitheseis kai oi germanikoi pyravloi v1 kai v2 peftan kyrios sto londino.


May 07, 2005

Larissa–my town

Writing about web page http://www.larissacity.com

Larissa prefecture

Larissa, a region of unique natural beauty, pulses with wooded mountains, has a large fertile plain that is crossed by river Pinios, and has various extended beaches as well. The prefecture of Larissa is an ideal destination for those who enjoy touring all year round.

The prefecture of Larissa belongs to the geographical district of Thessalia – it is the largest one – and borders with Pieria and Kozani in the north, Grevena, Trikala and Karditsa in the west, Fthiotida and Magnissia in the south and the Aegean Sea in the east. It has approximately 270.600 inhabitants.

The town of Larissa, which is the capital of the prefecture, is outspread on the infinite plain, which crossed by the river Pinios. Larissa is a modern, cosmopolitan, town with interesting sightseeing. The acropolis, the ancient theaters, the monument – museum of Hippokrates, the park of Alcazar, the traditional houses at Tabakika and at the fortress, the archaeological museum, the picture gallery and the cultural – historical museum, are definitely worth seeing.

Wondering around the prefecture of Larissa you will visit many beautiful and interesting settlements. The hamlet Agia, built at the slopes of Ossa mountain, the tourist resort Agiokambos with the extended sandy beach, the historical village Ambelakia, built at the straits of Tembi and the whole region of Tembi, which is one of the most scenic sites of the world, shall amaze you. Furthermore, the tourist center Farsala, the picturesque large village Tsaritsani, the seaside resort Stomio, the cultural town Elassona and Tyrnavos, the beautiful town with the scheduled buildings, are worth visiting.

All over the prefecture of Larissa you will admire the miracle of nature and the gift of history

Saint-Achille, Agios Achilleios, est le saint patron de la ville de Larissa.Le cheval est l'emblème de la ville de Larissa.


Buena Vista Social CLub

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Rating:
5 out of 5 stars
A tribute to the late "Segunto". Just listen and relax.

Buena vista social club

Just relax make a drink, light a cigar or perhaps lie next to your girlfriend and make love. That is the simplicity of Cuban music. A very good album wich always reminds me of summer and exotic adventures. A must have collection of songs of Afro-cuban origin performed by world-class cuban musicians.

A tribute to


Last monday this famous cuban artist died from old age.
Please play Buena Vista Social CLub and remember him for his incredible talent.

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