Saturday, May 05, 2007

Shaking the calabashes

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13 comments:

V said...

For us technology-challenged peeps, you'll have to help us out. But on another topic, I think you could put together a very beautiful calendar made from photos you took recently. The landscapes are awesome! And the intricacy of the architecture and furniture makes me want to touch it, not just see a photo!

serapio said...

The furniture?

So when are you coming? =)

V said...

You know, the intricately carved chairs for the ruler and his leaders. As to when? Well, we may have to wait on that... Sorry. =)

serapio said...

Oh yeah, I forgot about that one. You can't touch that furniture anyway. It's locked up behind glass.

Mataikhan said...

Thanks, bro!
Major e-props!

Anonymous said...

Kin I infer that ur going to UC next fall?

serapio said...

Indeed, u kin.

Anonymous said...

Congrats! U selipin di UC.
Yule be a throne's stow from Parity.

Stuart said...

Dear Serapio,

This is Stuart Armstrong, one of the guys who commented in response to Robin's post on http://www.overcomingbias.com/2007/05/what_speaks_sil.html .

Would you be interested in collaborating to build a website like the one Robin describes? I've got the time, energy, and it feels like we both have the ideas.

(I'll be also been in contact with Gustavo Lacerda).

All the best, and let me know!

Stuart

miss shen said...

this time you get more than 15 seconds fame.don't you think it worth a journal?

Mr. Carroll said...

Yaller card questun: U bin shaken dees calabashes a mytee long tyme. One dun fall an bump on dee hed?

Mataikhan said...

Serapio must be seriously in love. He doesn't appear to have time any more for such mundane things as Yellow Card Questions.

Mr. Carroll said...

Yup. And love is a good thing. I endorse it.