Monday, October 12, 2009

Querido blog...

... hoy aprendí tres cosas:
1. Que en nuestra bella ciudad no sólo existe un velódromo; sino dos. Uno deteriorado y olvidado; otro novísimo, precioso y casi no explotado.

En uno habí aun gato.

En el otro había una filmación.

2.Que a la adolescencia se le llama "la edad del ropero". Esto haciendo referencia a mi reciente estado de ánimo. Furioso.Angustiado.Deprimido.Calenturiento.Degueba.

También, querido blog,

3.Que siempre se puede tener una muerte terriblemente irreal, dolorosa, poco probable, ridídula, pero al fin muerte.

2003: Dr. Hitoshi Nikaidoh, a surgical doctor, was decapitated as he stepped on to an elevator at Christus St. Joseph Hospital in Houston, Texas on August 16, 2003. According to a witness inside the elevator, the elevator doors closed as Nikaidoh entered, trapping his head inside the elevator with the remainder of his body still outside. His body was later found at the bottom of the elevator shaft while the upper portion of his head, severed just above the lower jaw, was found in the elevator. A subsequent investigation revealed that improper electrical wiring installed by a maintenance company several days earlier had effectively bypassed all of the safeguards. [135][136] Coincidently, a similar death was used in the film Final Destination 2, which was released a couple of months prior to Nikaidoh's death.

1814: London Beer Flood, 9 people were killed when 323,000 imperial gallons (1 468 000 L) of beer in the Meux and Company Brewery burst out of their vats and gushed into the streets.

1327: Edward II of England, after being deposed and imprisoned by his Queen consort Isabella and her lover Roger Mortimer, was rumored to have been murdered by having a red-hot iron inserted into his anus.[20]
1410: Martin I of Aragon died from a lethal combination of indigestion and uncontrollable laughing.

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