martes, 16 de septiembre de 2008


Me duele aquí, aquí merito, siéntelo...

Me duele México.

8 comentarios:

chilangelina dijo...

Ay Gaviota, pues eso.
Lo peor que le puede pasar a alguien es que la rabia de paso al dolor. Con la primera siempre he sabido muy bien qué hacer; con el segundo nunca...

glaukopis dijo...


para mi cada vez que voy es peor...esta ùltima vez que estaba con mis amigas en la Condesa y llegò una niñita a vendernos chicles y pus todas como si nada y yo casi me pongo a chillar, lo acuerdo que antes yo tambièn era indiferente, es la coraza que nos construimos los mexicanos para poder seguir adelante pero està cabròn, muy muy cabròn...

love u.

glaukopis dijo...

y esa piel de la semana què pedorro?

glaukopis dijo...

encontrè esto pero ninguno me convence...

The black ribbon, like similar awareness ribbons, is worn or displayed as a political statement.
The ribbon has been used in a variety of manners:
In the United Kingdom after the death of Diana, Princess of Wales in 1997
Currently, Pakistanis across the world are wearing black ribbons and displaying it as their ID on the internet to protest against the Martial Law imposed by President Musharraf in Pakistan on the 3rd of November, 2007. In the city of Karachi, a group known as SOS- Subversive Operations Service is painting the city's walls with the symbol as a sign of resistance against the Martial Law and its resultant crackdown on political moderates and the country's intelligentsia.
By the Anarchist Blue Ribbon Campaign, a free speech campaign started in 1996 inspired by the Blue Ribbon Online Free Speech Campaign.[3][4]
The black ribbon has again made an appearance shortly after a category 4 Hurricane Katrina landed on the Gulf of Mexico area in September 2005. New Orleans was destroyed and many cities in the Mississippi Gulf Coast area obliterated.
The black ribbon was a symbol of popular grief in Spain after the 11 March 2004 Madrid attacks. It was worn on clothing and also pinned on the Spanish flag (notably by politicians during the campaign for the 2004 legislative election, taking place at the same time).
After the 7 July 2005 London bombings, Google displayed a black ribbon as a mark of respect and sympathy. Google also displayed a black ribbon on their website to support the Hurricane Katrina relief effort in September 2005.
Metal fans use black ribbons to remember Dimebag Darrell, who was murdered on stage on December 8, 2004.
The black ribbon has been used as a symbol of melanoma awareness before its adoption to other things.
After the earthquake on August 15, 2007 in Peru, black ribbons were the icons of all Peruvian television channels for 3 days
After the death of Heath Ledger in January 2008, Warner Brothers placed a black ribbon on their marketing website for The Dark Knight in his memory.
In the Discworld novels by Terry Pratchett, the black ribbon is worn by vampires to show that they have sworn never to drink blood again.

se me hace que era para recordar al Dimebag Darrell, verdà?

Pantera rock's putos yeaaaahhhh

Gaviota_mx dijo...


Pos si pues, la rabia impulsa, el dolor desconcierta.


El pinche moñito ese fue el primero que encontré! Yo lo que quería era mostrar duelo por la gente que murió en los absurdos atentados en Michoacán :-(

glaukopis dijo...

no me convences...para mi que te dolò la muerte del Dimebag Darrell y ya...:P

Eva en la Luna dijo...

¿Y a qué mexicano no le duele?

Vive en paz

Will dijo...