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"Knowledge is indivisible. When people grow wise in one direction, they are sure to make it easier for themselves to grow wise in other directions as well."
Isaac Asimov

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Wouldn't have hoped to stumble over a piece by the Faust.

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Leopold Kny - Botanische Wandtafeln, 1841

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pattern walks to the moon tonight and …

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should go out earlier next time

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the great bear sighs

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the fantastic Edmund Dulac

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Did I really forget to put up a pic from the Panda Breeding Center‽

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Astridone: Say whaaaaat?

remix-mix

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A small video I made for the latest beat of my main man CRSSSPACE.

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Aaah, Madrid... The same wet welcome as last time and not much has changed. The Puerta Del Sol was packed with people as usual but this time they all had tents and heaps of protest signs, the same action as in Sevilla. I spent my last one and a half day looking for some streets in the center city that I haven't been to and of course in RetiroPark again - found out that it's actually one of the biggest urban parks on Earth. Today I got up at 5am, the Metro wasn't open yet and the streets were full of young people returning from the clubs. I guess it would've taken me half an hour to get the weird spanish bus-timetables and an additional hour to drive to the airport, so I spent my last money on a Taxi. The driver told me that he came from Colombia to Spain 30 years ago when he worked as an acrobat in a circus. Of course like any iberian taxi driver he also told me that german cars are great, yeah... whatever. So here I am at the 80 year old Aeropuerto Madrid Barajas, Terminal 2, Gate D64, waiting for my flight to Barca.

I guess it's safe to say that this has been the most awesome trip in my life so far, see you soon. Fu over and out.

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