PRUEBA DE QUE TEDESCO ODIA A PAOLA VEGA: EN LA MUESTRA DE SU COLECCIÓN PUSO LA PORQUERÍA ESA EN UN RINCÓN SUCIO E INACCESIBLE by Rodrigo | Feb 7, 2020 | MAFIA DEL AMOR EL LANPODCAST DE ESTA SEMANA ES PARA MEGHAN Y HARRY Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | Email | RSS Share this:EmailFacebookTwitterWhatsApp Related 6 Comments quin on February 8, 2020 at 12:09 pm famosos argentinos cambiados de sexo https://www.canalnet.tv/tendencias/le-cambiaron-el-sexo-a-varios-famosos-y-el-resultado-es-imperdible_20200206/ Reply btb on February 8, 2020 at 1:51 pm Vieron el reencuentro entre una madre y su pequeña hija muerta en realidad virtual en Corea del Sur? Qué opina LANP de esto? Es lucrar con el dolor de la gente? Este artículo se hace algunas preguntas interesantes al respecto: https://futurism.com/watch-mother-reunion-deceased-child-vr “And what sort of impact will that have on the grieving process? Will seeing a loved one in VR help people find closure and move on following a death? Will some people become addicted to this virtual world, spending more and more time in it and less and less in the real one? And will it stop with VR? Or is this just the first step to androids designed to mimic our dead loved ones in both appearance and personality, like in the “Black Mirror” episode Be Right Back?”. Reply Guille on February 8, 2020 at 6:13 pm https://www.contextotucuman.com/nota/178132/nueva-moda-vegana-pasean-lechugas-en-vez-de-perros.html Abro el buscador en google y tipo me tira noticias desde las interesantes, hasta lo aqui posteado…que es…patetico? Los seres humanos estamos en los albores de la destruccion mental total?? Amo los animales, y desearia nadie los coma ni lastime, but hacer esto es muy ideologia: “Call me Dignity” o sea, estan del tomate. Ese flyer con la composicion “2” es tan berreta y opio como el cuadro de fondo pintado por una jubilada del pami Reply quin on February 8, 2020 at 11:36 pm es re viejo eso se supone que empezó como una perfomance https://blogs.wsj.com/chinarealtime/2014/05/07/performing-with-produce-the-man-behind-chinas-cabbage-walkers/ Reply Guille on February 9, 2020 at 2:20 am Quin Comenzo como una performance y sigue con adeptos en 2020 hiper limados… Reply quin on February 9, 2020 at 11:11 am Esa noticia me parece que es falsa o no lo cuenta del todo bien. Sería. Hace 12 años este artista pasea con un repollo y ahora junto a unos pibes que lo hagan en un festival de música. “Upon discovering that cabbage walking was neither new, nor a ‘trend,’ the Huffington Post ran a correction to its original story written by blogger Hilary Hanson. ‘It’s unclear whether the teens really saw some therapeutic benefit to the cabbage walking, or they were just messing with reporters,’ the correction states. China celebrates labor day every year on May 1. The holiday is commonly known as the May Day holiday and it spans a total of roughly 3 days (4 if you’re lucky). During the holiday, millions travel across the country and various activities are held. It’s generally an all around good time. During this year’s festival, a series of young people too hip for the rest of society were spotted dragging heads of cabbage on leashes. The whole thing was an art project by Chinese artist Han Bing! Han has been walking cabbages across the world for the last 14 years! Bringing the teenaged art project to Midi this year, Han and the various people who took part told the various media outlets present that the idea of walking cabbages is to reflect upon society. Of all the things that he could’ve walked, Han chose the cabbage. He explains the reason as such: A quintessentially Chinese symbol of sustenance and comfort for poor Chinese turned upside down. If a full stock of cabbage for the winter was once a symbol of material well-being in China, nowadays the nouveau riche have cast aside the modest (monotonous) cabbage in favor of ostentatious gluttony in fancy restaurants where waste signifies status… Yet, for the poor and struggling, the realities of cabbage as a subsistence bottom line have not changed—what’s changed is the value structure that dictates what—and who—is valuable or worthless in Chinese society. https://kotaku.com/no-chinas-depressed-youth-do-not-keep-cabbages-as-pets-1571750423 Reply Submit a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.