El domingo en Perú se escoge entre continuar con la democracia que tantas cosas buenas nos ha traído, o retroceder hacia la dictadura y la corrupción.
Cuando haya viajeros del tiempo turistas, los peruanos del futuro vendrán a esta semana a entender cómo se salvó, o se acabó de joder, el Perú.
Pero hasta que eso suceda, vota por PPK. La moral personal no se puede poner como excusa para mirar hacia otro lado, lavarse las manos, y dejar que secuestren al Perú aquellos que lo destruyeron en los años noventa.
The Domke F-5XB (700-52A) is a very popular bag with photographers and it’s a perfect fit for shooting with a minimalistic setup. It’s very well built and has a “no bullshit” philosophy that’s perfect for grab and go shooting.
I have used this bag for a year now, and it’s the perfect time to share my thoughts on this nice piece of gear.
The Mirrorless Mover 30i is Think Tank Photo’s roomiest bag in the Mirrorless Mover line. It’s also my first ever Think Tank Photo bag. Two years after I first got it, I finally managed to sit down and write a review of it for my use case of photo and video work.
The earliest source we could find for the phrase came from the April 1998 issue of CMJ New Music Monthly. In it David Grubbs interviewed Van Dyke Parks. Parks was asked about how he went about crafting a song, and he went on a roundabout answer involving trial and error and a fear that something wouldn’t work.
“It’s like my friend Kinky Friedman said,” mused Parks. “You’ve got to find what you love and let it kill you. I don’t think any of us should ever forget that.”
When contacted about Friedman being the original source, Friedman’s publicist Cleve Hattersley responded, “Kinky has assured me it is a pure Kinky-ism.”
I guess it’s myth busted… Up until the attribution to Bukowski. For all we know, Mr. Friedman could be pulling our leg :).