Thursday, August 6, 2009


I always want to share.

And when I share, I always end up with more.

Imagine that.

With this in mind, I want to share with you some of the greatest technologies that help make my life a joy on a daily basis.

The first is Television can not compare with this site, an endless selection of the most amazing videos in the world.

Secondly, is the death knell of newspapers. On a daily basis, users vote for the most pertinent and most fascinating stories from around the world, be they political, personal, or pictures that say more than a million words.

And finally, I have to share with you my newfound love of Indian culture.

The shakti mat which I use frequently always relieves the stress in my back, accrued from merciless games of basketball.

Indian spices helped me concoct a culinary delight tonight, a wonderful feast of squash, onion, cauliflower, carrot, potato, peanut, and green pepper cooked in olive oil, garam masala, cayenne pepper, turmeric powder, coriander powder, and cumin powder.

And where would I have learned to cook like this, were it not for the Krisna movement. When I first experienced Hare Krisna lunch on the UF campus, I was overjoyed.

I can not overstate the greatness of the vegetarian feasts they provide on a daily basis.

Hare Krisna.

Hare Bo.


Salvatore Laneri said...

Hi Andrew, I'm Salvatore Laneri, from Palermo (Sicily, Italy). I knew you through your bad esperience at the University of Miami, when you have done something every good citizen should do. Probably you don't know, in Italy we have many problems of freedom. Pratically, the most of our constitution's articles aren't respected and our politicians are creating a sort of "untouchable caste" of condamned and mafiosi people. Fortunately, in these years many forms of rebellion are borning, and I wanted to congratulate with you for your act of braveness that I like calling "free active citizenship". I also want to show you a person who does the same thing you do in USA, by asking "unconfortable" answer to our policians. His name is Piero Ricca. I'm sorry, I think it's all in italian, but I hope you'll understand the message. Sorry for my english. Have a good fight!

janny said...

yeah.fight in real ways.dont be like a chicken only wanna uprising ppl by words.who do u think ur ?! ur not popular enough.ur nothing/