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Current Residence: Tampere Operating System: Ubuntu 9.04 && FreeBSD 7.0-RELEASE-p5 Skin of choice: My own Favourite cartoon character: Charlie Brown Personal Quote: "There's no certainty - only opportunity."
Favorite visual artistTakeshi Kitano, David Lynch, Salvador DaliFavorite moviesEverything directed by Charlie Chaplin, David Fincher, Sergio Leone, Scorsese, Tarkovski And GilliamFavorite bands / musical artistsTom Waits, Depeche Mode, Nick Cave And so on...Favorite writersEdgar Allan Poe, Elmore Leonard, Stanislav Lem, Hunter S. ThompsonFavorite gaming platformPS3Tools of the TradeCanon EOS 400D with EF-S 10-22mm/1:3.5-4.5 and Carl Zeiss Tessar 50mm/1:2.5Other Interests~ Piano, Weather, Photography, Movies, ~
Listening to: Olavi Uusivirta - Pimeä tie, mukavaa matkaa
Reading: some good book
Watching: "The Darjeeling Limited" by Wes Anderson
Drinking: Water - It's the best drink of all.
Nothing new really going on. I just came back from my journey to Dublin, Ireland. Overall it was a pleasant trip and I truly liked the city. I'd recommend Brazenhead, Long Stone and Gravity bar if you're ever about to visit Dublin. Especially Brazenhead's 10oz steak was worth eating. The 24h bus ticket costs about 6 euros. It's a cheap way to travel there.
Some links about the Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis):