Two giraffes at Madrid Zoo Nice day today at Madrid Zoo in Casa de Campo. Recommendable. Their website is zoomadrid.com and if you have an Urban Check coupon booklet
I went to Faunia a couple of weeks ago. It was kind of shocking to learn that there are so many different kinds of small primates out there.
The Roman Aqueduct in Mérida, Spain. There are a lot of other cool ruins around Mérida–a theatre and amphitheatre, a lot of old Roman houses, and the Museo
Three goats. Colmenarejo, Madrid, Spain. Colmenarejo is about 45 minutes bus ride from Moncloa, and it’s a nice place to walk around and see some animals. Also, there’s
Sunset over Castello al Monte, San Severino Marche, Italy. For more great things from San Severino, check out ciauscolo, the champagne of sausages. For some less great things
“I love to say it because it upsets everyone terribly—Burroughs is probably the most influential writer in the entire history of the world.” From this amazing interview that
Donkeys are a very popular mode of transport in the new climate of austerity in Spain. Dumpster diving is also making a comeback, according to the New York
You all know Andrew Ti, right? The guy from Yo Is This Racist? He suggested on his blog that there is, perhaps, no legitimate situation in which the
Apparently, I used to have a blog on Blogspot. I wrote two entries in spring of 2008 and then forgot about it. One of them is pretty good.
The first rap song I ever heard was Eazy-E’s Nobody Move, a song about the disgust a man feels when he discovers he’s attempting to rape a transvestite