Monday, 9 July 2012

the sardine run

A large scoal of sardines near the Pescador island, a small island off Moalboal (Cebu) in the Philippines. The magnificent spectacle, an annual migration known as a 'sardine run', sees the silver fish swimming in formation to create a shimmering wall. It occurs in the region from May through to July, when billions of sardines spawn in the cool waters of southern Africa and move north and into the Indian ocean
    • strange day...
      a good friend is packing up for the Big Island...
      another friend just landed in the Big island...
      the sardine run...
      maybe sardines have the answer...
      Here, we got a new goverment with some politicians - so little so nothingney...
      and we hope that they'll save us...
      the sardine run...
      is this the only way to escape recession, no-future-emptiness-self-draining-sadness-misery-feelings?
      maybe it is...
      heat here, rain there...
      here comes the rain again...[a song from my "childhood"]
      24% unemployment...
      7% recession...
      bleak future for everybody...
      do our children deserve this mess?
      The goverment forgot overnight any plans to renegotiate memorandum...now they just want to sell, sell nickel, sell water, sell beaches but keep bitches to our selves...   
      get ready for the sardine run...before it is too late...
       
       
      sometimes you're the windshield
      sometimes you're the bug
      sometimes it all comes together baby
      sometimes you're a fool in love
      sometimes you're the louisville slugger baby
      sometimes you're the ball
      sometimes it all comes together baby
      sometimes you're going to lose it all
  • where is Ithaca?

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