el unico pez que va con la corriente es el pez muertola cigale -french indie bar, ukelele and accordion and mojitos. lost-largest hip hop club in BA, all grinding and americans. two opposite poles in one night.

in the bosques de palermo sadye and i felt really philosophical. it was an afternoon after hours of downpour and the sun was finally poking rays as it was setting. it looked and felt like sunrise however. it looked and felt like 5.45 in the morning. we talked about why canada is more progressive, cleaner, (better?) than the US and why it minds its own business. while tracking their history, we realized the entire reason can be reduced to beavers and their silky fur. the french went to canada to trade beaver pelts, not to be independent, to break free, or to claim land exactly. that’s the why the US, (paradoxically) through it’s stress of independence and individuality is so intrusive in international politics. whereas canada, which wasn’t built on these types of morals, seems to be more serene and beautiful and just doing it’s own thing. just trading pelts you know

how many more years do you give humanity? did evolution fluke when it gave us large enough brains to destroy ourselves?

ive been feeling like cooking but i can’t really. i want to make orange marmelade, and pizza from scratch with goat cheese and eggplant, roasted red peppers, basil? i also want to churn my own butter and prepare my own sausages. i hope a year from today i can say i’ve made these 4 things.

the ecological reserve by puerto madero is really really beautiful. there are such tall reeds and cat tails (is that what they’re called?) and the river so near by. the sound of migratory birds and forest is fresh.(james aldridge)

since my dad’s here visiting he’s taking me out to eat a lot. amazing meat at la cabrera and melon cucumber gazpacho at social paradiso. dishes that have so-and-so reductions. you know that’s posh and probably good. oh and the onda vaga concert was really fun but we unknowingly were in a middle of a huge jumping pushing euphoria pit.

One Response to “conquista”

  1. Rhoen Says:

    I went to British Colombia and Vancouver Island this past summer and visited the old forests (akin to the red woods in california, but i don’t think its called the red woods). That whole west coast of canada to me was a little snap shot of paradise. Perfect weather, kindness in the air, and no insects. I could move to the west coast of canada i think.

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