hala na bema part 1
I have a tablet I can draw with now, so here’s some notes I transcribed from my summer 2019 notebook that I took with me to America. I made these notes using a handbook on patriotism in modern America, I don’t remember exactly what that book was, what I know is I passed it ontoContinue reading “Blind vs constructive patriotism – notes”
There’s a place in Toruń that always stuns me whenever I go by it. It’s a block of flats in Bartkiewiczowny Street, in the Koniuchy district (sort of). It has an official address – one consisting of the street name and some numbers – but I call it differently. I call it Riviera. In myContinue reading “Riviera Toruń”
It was cold, cold, cooooOOOOOold.
In BluHum, you are encouraged to think oceanically – but, as it was pointed out, when you think of everything as ocean, and of the ocean as everything, then you really lose the sense of what really makes the ocean the ocean – of what defines it. A question popped in my head – wouldContinue reading “Looking to the rivers”
As March and the Great Daffodil Appeal have arrived, it’s worth knowing that Marie Curie never actually received the Nobel Prize in chemistry. It was Marie Skłodowska-Curie. Check her Nobel Prize diploma — no, not her joint diploma with her husband and this other guy, which she almost didn’t get because of being a woman.Continue reading “Marie Curie is an anti-feminist character – Give women their maiden names (If they want them)”
I took some photos now that I got back to Torun, check them out for some blocky awesomeness/ugliness/intrigueness.
“11th November is supposed to be the day of joyful celebration of something that unites us, not the confrontation that it is today based on who has the right definition of ‘Poland’ and ‘patriotism’.”