Tuesday, February 07, 2006

Солун е наш!

Over the weekend, me and Ana we were in Thessaloniki visiting some friends. It was great to just walk around the city center, relaxing, sunny weather, 15 *C, the sea and stuff. Then later hanging out with our friends walking along the beach outside the city. Well, that was saturday and on sunday there was snow coming down to greece already falling down in Macedonia. We took the bus from Gevgelija and what can I say. Man! it was f****ing cold (I meant freaking, count the letters) at the back of the bus where I sat and I had all this wind blowing right at me. I think, for 300 den. that's pretty ok, I mean you get some fresh air, possibly a cold, frozen feet...So for this occasion I wrote a poem. It goes like this, "Welcome to the sunny side, where all penguins come to die, oh my, oh my!" (It goes well with the melody of "Soldiers side" from SOAD) You know I like the greek people no matter of the issues we have. I think that they are ok but going to Greece you have a strange feeling that is in the air if you are macedonian, like you can not say that you come from macedonia and so. (The following is in macedonian)

Епа сега ќе ви кажам пред поширока јавност бе грчиња. Од Македонија сум, што? имате проблем.
НАРОДЕ МАКЕДОНСКИ, СО КАКВИ ИДЕИ СИ ТИ,
ДОСТА БЕШЕ, РАЗБУДИ СЕ, СВЕСТИ СЕ НЕ СПИ ТИ,
ДОСТА БЕШЕ, РАЗБУДИ СЕ, СВЕСТИ СЕ НЕ СПИ ТИ!

9 comments:

St.Alpin of Przhino said...

Taka be Solun e nas so ni mozat.
siguren si deka mislese freaking?

Elanor said...

Taka e be Alek,vo pravo si i za Grcite a i za Makedoncite.Ama znaes,koj sam si se potcenuva i drugite ke go potcenuvaat.A nie fakt e deka ne si se cenime mnogu pa onie nadolu mislat deka imaat pravo da ne gazat.Ustvari oni ke ne gazat i bez toa,ama toa ne e tolku vazno kolku toa da NIE si ja cenime nasava malecka zemjicka.Neli e taka?

URBAN MYSTIC said...

Yes, I meant freaking, You freak! :)

North Wind said...

Leeeeeeele sto ubavo i kaza na posirokata javnost,alal da ti e.Da ti kazam i dosta bese ..ne treba da spieme .

div cvet said...

pazi pogled...Alek..pocnuvas da me plasis..:))))

Anonymous said...

samo edno ime imame nego vo srceto go nosime makedonijo ne te davame

North Wind said...

Nie makedoncite od norveska se zalagame za nasata zemja .Nie sme patrioti.Eve tuka koga odam da jadam vo restoranot Akropolis im vikam na grcive: Abe nemoj ti na mene kalimera ...abe jas za makedonija ke dadaam celi 5 dolari be ej...ma i 10 ako treba.Abe jas makedonija u srce ja nosam.I im kazav:So koe pravo musaka e grcko jadenje ?Pa zborot musaka e makedonski i se sostoi od dva zbora MU I SAKA. Oni na mene.

Anonymous said...

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It is widely accepted that these states are all forms of self-hypnosis. If you take this view you can easily see that you go into and out of mild hypnotic states on a daily basis - when driving home from work, washing the dishes, or even listening to a boring conversation. Although these situations produce a mental state that is very receptive to suggestion the most powerful time for self-change occurs in the trance state brought on by intentional relaxation and focusing exercises. This deep hypnosis is often compared to the relaxed mental state between wakefulness and sleep.
In this mental state, people feel uninhibited and relaxed and they release all worries and doubts that normally occupy their mind. A similar experience occurs while you are daydreaming or watching the TV. You become so involved in the onscreen antics that worries and everyday cares fade away, until all you're focused on is the TV. In this state, you are also highly suggestible. That is why when a hypnotist tells you do something under trance; you'll probably embrace the idea completely. However, your sense of safety and morality remain entrenched throughout the experience and should either of these be threatened you immediately wake!
A hypnotist can not get you to do anything you don't want to do.
So while in such a state, when we are highly suggestible and open to new beliefs, a skillful hypnotist, whether in person or via a recording, can alter life-long behaviours and even give us new ones! hypnosis

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