Piggy

hey pig
yeah you
hey pig piggy pig pig pig
all of my fears came true
black and blue and broken bones you left me here I’m all alone
my little piggy needed something new

nothing can stop me now
I don’t care anymore
nothing can stop me now
I just don’t care

hey pig
nothing’s turning out the way I planned
hey pig there’s a lot of things I hoped you could help me understand
what am I supposed to do I lost my shit because of you

nothing can stop me now
I don’t care anymore
nothing can stop me now
I just don’t care
nothing can stop me now
you don’t need me anymore

by NIN

The lyrics don’t really fit to my current situation as I’m not emotionally involved with anybody, but it’s one of my current favorite songs as it still reflects perfectly well my current mood towards most of my environment…

Jaegergasse

The Jaegergasse in Zurich is not dead!

By hazard I went past the Jaegergasse yesterday and found it open with a dance floor and a concert. Since there weren’t that many people I talked to people living there and helping to organise the stuff. They claimed they had to close it for two weeks because there were too many people… or whatever. But they are back. So if you’re in the neighborhood, check it out!

We are Spartans!

Just came back from watching 300 at our new local cinema at Sihlcity.

What a blast!!!

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I wasn’t expecting that much, and was very surprised. Ok, the story is told in a couple of sentences. Actually it’s clear by watching the trailer, but the way they did it is definitely something to have seen. They chose a special coloring of the movie, added some special monsters, a bunch of muscle bursting Spartans with very shaped facial features, and used lots of slow-fast cuts, special angles, sceneries, and last but not least the soundtrack rocks. The trailer even uses Nin…

A must see for Braveheart, Gladiator, and Troia fans!

Nine Inch Nails

With a little luck I made it in to the sold out concert on April 2 in the Volkshaus. Actually my first time in the second row of such a … let’s say social and moving concert. I was completely soaking wet after the concert and unfortunately lost my inherited Tissot watch which isn’t produced any more.

I wasn’t sure what to think of the concert right afterwards, but the next morning I thought it was actually quite well done. I like the Volkshaus, because it’s small and for once they are able to mix the sound so you can listen without ear plugs and still hear the singers voice. The smoke was a bit disturbing, but it suited the lightning and “decoration”. Trent didn’t sing my current favorite song, in fact quite a few I didn’t know, but I guess some where form that Broken EP and some from their new upcoming record Year Zero due on April 14. Looking forward to it…

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