alamanou

anonymous asked:

Paano ka po nagsimula dito? :)

Napunta ako dito nung nalaman kong may Tumblr si Daphne. Nag type lang ako ng “Daphne” sa search box ng Google, pag click ko ng images, andaming naglabasang FS, DB, mga ganyan. Pero di ko pa alam kung ano ang mga yun. Nakita ko yung description ng blog niya, pag click ko nung link, punta agad sa blog niya. At dun ko nabasa lahat! Ako ang boyfriend na walang alam. Haha sobrang naawa ako sa sarili ko, baka kasi kung anu-ano na ang nandito at napag-alaman kong sobrang tagal na niya dito. Nag-iwan pa nga ako ng TA sa kanya e, still, wala akong kasiguraduhan na mababasa ba niya kasi nga di ko pa kabisado lahat. Haha sabi ko dun sa TA, “Unsa man ni? Nganong naa man kay ingani?” Sa tagalog: Ano ‘to, ba’t may ganito ka? Kalma pa ko nun. Pero habang naglilibot ako sa blog niya, marami akong nakitang kausap niya, may mga lalaki rin, syempre nagselos agad ako. Nag flood na ko ng TA sa kanya, pero di ko pa siya tinext nun. Kinabukasan, magkasama kami, may event sa school. Highschool pa kami nun. Nagtatampo na ko, tahimik lang ako. Tinanong niya ko “Ano bang nangyari sayo?” Sinagot ko kaagad, “active ka sa isang blogging site!” o “may tumblr ka at hindi ko yun alam” parang ganun. Nakalimutan ko na. Haha, tapos yun nagpaliwanag siya sakin na matagal na siya dito, sinabi niya kung anong dahilan niya, hanggang sa niyaya niya ko na pumunta na rin dito, ginawan niya ko ng blog, nung una ayoko pa, kasi nga galit ako, pero nung tumagal natanggap ko na, narealize ko na masaya pala dito. :) dakilanggerlpren na siya nun, kaya naging dakilangboyyfriend din ako. Hehe

Salamat sa lahat ng babasa nito!

The Voyager Golden Record: The Sounds Of Earth

The most interstellar compilation ever! 

“You could call it Earth’s rarest record… except it’s as far from Earth as anything man-made has ever been, currently hurtling through interstellar space aboard both Voyager 1 and Voyager 2, with an included stylus, needle, (typically confusing stereo) instructions, an unspecified destination and a far-flung mission to introduce ourselves to everyone – anyone – hanging out in the universe.”

Greetings From The Secretary General Of The UN, Kurt Waldheim (0:47)
Greetings In 55 Languages (4:25)
UN Greetings/Whale Greetings (4:06)
The Sounds Of Earth (12:27)
Munich Bach Orchestra BACH: Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 In F, First Movement (Germany) (4:48)
Court Gamelan of Pura Paku Alaman Puspawarna (Kinds Of Flowers) (Indonesia) (4:52)
Tchenhoukoumen (Senegal) (2:13)
Pygmy Girls Initiation Song (Zaire) (1:01)
Morning Star/Devil Bird (Aborigine Songs) (Australia) (1:31)
Antonio Maciel y Las Aguilillas with El Mariachi México de Pepe Villa El Cascabel (Mexico) (3:25)
Chuck Berry Johnny B. Goode (United States) (2:44)
Men’s House Song (New Guinea) (1:26)
Goro Yamaguchi Tsuru No Sugomori (Crane’s Nest) (Japan) (5:09)
Arthur Grumiaux BACH: Gavotte En Rondeaux, Partita No. 3 In E Major For Violin (Germany) (3:02)
Bavarian State Opera MOZART: The Magic Flute, Queen Of The Night, Aria No. 14 (Austria) (2:58)
Georgian State Ensemble Tchakrulo (Georgia SSR, Soviet Union) (2:29)
Panpipes and Drums (Peru) (0:57)
Louis Armstrong And His Hot Seven Melancholy Blues (United States) (3:11)
Kamil Jalilov Mugam (Azerbaijan SSR, Soviet Union) (2:38)
Columbia Symphony Orchestra STRAVINSKY: Rite of Spring, Sacrificial Dance (Russia/France) (4:37)
Glenn Gould BACH: The Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 2, No.1 (Canada/Germany) (4:51)
The Philharmonia Orchestra BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 5, First Movement (Germany) (8:53)
Valya Balkanska Izlel Je Delyo Hagdutin (Bulgaria) (5:05)
Navajo Night Chant (Native American) (1:02)
David Munrow and The Early Music Consort Of London The Faerie Round (United Kingdom) (1:20)
Melanesian Panpipes (Solomon Islands) (1:18)
Wedding Song (Peru) (0:43)
Kuan P’ing hu Liu Shui (Flowing Streams) (China) (7:49)
Surshri Kesar Bai Kerkar Jaat Kahan Ho (India) (3:40)
Blind Willie Johnson Dark Was The Night, Cold Was The Ground (United States) (3:25)
Budapest String Quartet BEETHOVEN: String Quartet No. 13 In B Flat, Opus 130 (Germany) (6:47)

What are you going to do, punch through the walls?

If it comes to it.

Howard Charles was brilliant in this episode. From the moment Porthos draws his sword in visceral reaction to Alaman’s explosion (and as an aside, I’d love to know whether that was in the script, or an acting choice), to his staring down three Spanish guns and gruffly shouting “one shot, who’s it gonna be!” – it was wonderful to watch. Porthos is a force of nature, and I can’t wait to see what he does next.

instagram

Öndeki alaman kadının sıfatına bakın 😂😂😂😂