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20 Sep 2003 :: Contrary to expectations, looking for an appartment in Bucharest was not an easy task to accomplish. Probably because of the season when students come (on the 1st October studies start), a good appartment is difficult to find... [ more.. ]

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[ 12th Mar 2002 ] all your base | 2 comments | leave a comment

A good friend of mine, Wolfram Schlich from Germany, who coincidentally is also a web master at the site, recently got me addicted to another amusing thing in the cyber-culture. It's difficult to be given an exact definition, but I'll try to explain what it is. Some guys have created a flash cartoon after an old computer game. In the cartoon there is an alien who's speaking to a spaceship crew in a typical action movie like manner. Both sides exchange phrases in a twised variant of English (exactly like the one this news item is written in :). Probably it's kinda joke with messages from the original game, cannot say exactly. Anyway, twised English of the phrases makes them easy to remember and funny. Then, surrounded by jolly music with repeating words from the dialog a whole lot of buildings, cars, and various other things are shown. On each of the things there is the same phrase written "ALL YOUR BASE ARE BELONG TO US". Difficult to explain indeed why it's so funny. What I'm fully concerned about, is that the guys who made it were really sick :) And I like it.

Other sick guys are the Moldavian "Zdob si Zdub" band that makes fun of everything, just like their Ukrainian colleagues from "Vopli Vidoplyasova". Recently they released a video for the "Tsigani si OZN" (Gipsies and UFO) song, which is shown daily on the Romanian musical channel. Worth watching indeed.

Finally, cannot help sharing with you this link to the audio record of one of the recent Zadornov's concerts. Mikhail Zadornov is a famous Russian humourist. The file size is about 20 megs and something, and it's strongly recommended to everyone who can understand Russian.
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