12 September 2008

Todas Cosas Asiáticas + Birthday Ghosts

Parece que todo que LB y yo hagamos hoy se concentra en la comida asiática: primero, vamos a tomar té verde al último beso. Luego, pasear por la zona norte un rato antes de volver a la casa. Esta noche vamos a cenar la comida vegetariana a nuestro tenedor libre chino más favorito, Los Sabios, en Corrientes y Bulnes. Y mañana en la noche, vamos a festejar el cumple de Anne al Bi Won, un resto coreano. ¿Quién lo hubiera pensado que habría tanta cultura asiática en Buenos Aires? ¡ Absolutamente no yo!

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

You might want to improve your Spanish a little before writing blog entries in it. There are countless errors in your short entry.

JACKSON BLISS @ 水と魂 said...

Hey asshole,

It's pathetic that you write this kind of drivel without at least including your name. You're a jerk and a coward for that. I'm also embarrassed for you that you live in such a bitchy and judgmental world where only certain people have the right to use language. The fact is, people shouldn't have to wait until they've completely mastered a language to speak and write in it. They become fluent THROUGH their mistakes, not despite them. This just proves how elitist and insecure you are. I feel really sorry for you. You've obviously also forgotten all the people that forgave you when you were butchering your Spanish (and English, for that matter).

I want to say one more thing: the fact is, no one owns language. It isn't yours to protect or to govern. As a writer, it's not even mine. Neither linguists nor historians have the right or the ability to control language so I have as much a right to write my blog in Spanish as anyone else. Also, I've been told by native Spanish speakers that my written Spanish is very good. If I make mistakes, oh well. Deal with it and stop hating. The truth is, my Spanish is going to get better and better but you will always be an asshole.

Luca Lutherfor said...

Las fotos son muy interesantes, te felicito.

JACKSON BLISS @ 水と魂 said...

Luca,

Muchas Gracias. Voy a echar un vistazo en tu galería en el futuro. Saludos!

--j2b

Lover of Nature said...

Don't listen to an idiot who is obviously bittered. I would never have expected Argentina to have so much Asian culture or even vegeterian food. I've never been to Argentina but I feel I'm destined to be there at some point in my life. I was told once that my name happens to be an old Tango song, go figure.

JACKSON BLISS @ 水と魂 said...

Love of nature,

When you're named after a tango song, I think you're practically obligated to come here and figure out which milonga your name makes the most sense in. Saludos!

Lover of Nature said...

My first name is Grisel, same as the tango song.