Haiku of the Day: 87 Dec31

Haiku of the Day: 87

2013, You provided good moments, and some bad ones too.  

Haiku of the Day: 86 Dec30

Haiku of the Day: 86

We are almost there. We are about to meet you, 2014.

Haiku of the Day: 85 Dec28

Haiku of the Day: 85

You can read this post. You must be grateful for life. You survived this year.

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Note: The things that are on this list didn’t necessarily appear or happened in 2013, but rather, they were important, relevant or just plain fun for me in 2013. Video Game of the Year: Sid Meier’s Civilization V   Warning: Playing more that 8 hours a day can cause headaches, dizziness...

Animals Seeking Fame Steal Movie Equipment Dec28

Animals Seeking Fame...

In a series of shocking criminal acts, animals driven by lust for Hollywood fame and fortune have been stealing filmmaking gear from innocent tourists around the world. Despite their heartless actions, these predatory movie makers have won huge audiences on Youtube and Vimeo.com. According to...

Haiku of the Day: 84 Dec27

Haiku of the Day: 84

The year is ending, a new cycle will begin. New hopes and new dreams.

Haiku of the Day: 83 Dec25

Haiku of the Day: 83

For many, it’s peace. For others, it’s holiness. For children, it’s toys!

Getting Over Gifts: Planning Ahead for Next Christmas Dec24

Getting Over Gifts: ...

The true spirit of Christmas is the joyful celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ. However, because Christmas is also a symbol, everybody is allowed to give it the meaning they want and to celebrate it any way they want. This is the same reason Americans celebrate Cinco de Mayo (even if...

Haiku of the Day: 82 Dec24

Haiku of the Day: 82

Oh, silent night, a night of magical peace, and urgent shopping.

Haiku of the Day: 81 Dec23

Haiku of the Day: 81

How truthful it is, that only your heart dictates, where your true home is.

Haiku of the Day: 80 Dec22

Haiku of the Day: 80

The Christmas spirit, love and reconciliation, and lots of shopping.

Myths People Believe...

I’m well aware of the irony of writing this for people who read online, so let’s make a deal: print out this article and show it to the friend or relative who knows very little about the Internet. You know, the one who’s afraid of buying airplane tickets online because he thinks they’re going...

Haiku of the Day: 79 Dec20

Haiku of the Day: 79

Why do teenagers, talk about “the good old times”, when they’re just 16?

Haiku of the Day: 78 Dec19

Haiku of the Day: 78

We say “inhumane” to name the activities, that are done by us.

Haiku of the Day: 77 Dec18

Haiku of the Day: 77

A purist likes, canon to be respected. But not little kids.