Sunday, April 20, 2008

Baby seals...

In the last 2 weeks, I've went to a dance club 3 times. This is something I've never achieved before.

The first club was a small place in Sincheon that was small and really generic. 10 bucks cover.

Friday night, I went to "Answer Club" in Apgujeong. This is in the rich part of town. 30 bucks cover. It was a cool club with lots and lots of hot girls and strong drinks.

Last night (Saturday), I went to "Club Volume" in Itaewon. 25 bucks cover. This was by far the best club I've ever been to, not that I really know anything about clubs because frankly, I seldom go. But that seems to be changing.

The thing about Volume was that the sound was amazing. I'm not into dance music or techno or whatever you call that, but it sounded so good. Really loud, but really crisp. And even though it was loud, it wasn't uncomfortable because the sound system is just so good.

The setup is also really impressive. There are lasers everywhere and a giant LED wall.

Man, I'm tired today...

Thursday, April 03, 2008

You bet...

I got a couple people from China on my MSN.

One girl had an interesting MSN name yesterday...
Tibet, is, was, and always will be a part of China.

I don't have much of an opinion about Tibet.

"Before 1959, the present extent of the Tibet Autonomous Region (comprising Ü-Tsang and western Kham) was governed by the government of Tibet headed by the Dalai Lama" (Wikipedia)

I just ain't down with government and religion cuddling up with each other so I'm gonna ignorantly side with China I s'pose.


...the Sixth Dalai Lama was only enthroned in 1697. The new Dalai Lama did not really live up to expectations: he would blackmail the Panchen Lama to let him return to the lay class, and afterwards grow long hair and spend the nights outside the palace, with women of his choice. He gained fame for writing love poetry. (Wikipedia)

Apparently, this dude used to hang out in the street and get drunk and pick up chicks. Says he lived in a park in a tent for a while too because we all know chick love tents.

Hmm, on second thought, maybe I side with Tibet...