On Monday I came back from a 10-day trip to Huntsville, Alabama. It would take me too long to describe how amazing it was:woohoo:. It was _THE BEST_ trip in my life. We spent a week in the USSRC (United States Space and Rocket Center - yes, the name is a bit of fail:XD:). We were supposed to learn how to launch and land a shuttle (well, a bit late for that, they won't be used anymore next year), some space science, history and technology, some engineering solutions, but first of all we were meant had fun. And we did, oh yes :woohoo:
Although our day started at 6:30 am and finished after 11:00 pm, no one complained. We never knew what
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1. I just finished trying to play Bard's Song on guitar. It's going bad.
2. I have this guitar for a week or so; it's my mum's old German guitar... and I got this strange idea of trying to play it.
3. Im in Poland now, in Białystok, and its way too hot here (over 30 degrees)
Some reflections over The Pianist
So I was watching this amazing film today, and then I started a discussion with a friend of mine. Personally for me the most interesting character is not Szpilman (who always relied on other peoples help), but Wilm Hosenfeld the German officer that saved his life. He not only decided to disobey orders, and help a Jewish person, but he managed to reach out to Szpilman who after four years of occupation learnt to hate Germans, who humiliated Jews and had killed all members of Szpilmans family. I think it is impressive, that despite the pressure caused by the au