Books

Reading time!:Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451

For the final of this dystopian vibe , kinda, i will talk about Fahrenheit 451. First of all why Fahrenheit 451? why not Fahrenheit 450? or 452?  because it is said that is the temperature at which book paper catches fire and burns, And that is the premise of this dystopian society, a society where… Continue reading Reading time!:Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451

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Anime

Watch with me: I Can’t Understand What My Husband Is Saying

Hello! I was supposed to upload this post yesterday but I got really sick and had to make some decisions (use my energy to write a post or to study for an upcoming quiz) and surprisingly i did the responsible thing . Anyway in the times i was resting (or procrastinating)  i picked up this… Continue reading Watch with me: I Can’t Understand What My Husband Is Saying

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College: studying for computer architecture class

So I think most college students are in that "beautiful" time of the semester where it seems they're finally turning into zombies.Only that where I study I'm actually a month away from finals, but that doesn't make my life easier. I call may the month of  "give as many projects, practices, quizzes and exams to… Continue reading College: studying for computer architecture class

Anime

Watch with me: Aishiteruze Baby (Final episode)

WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD Finally done with Aishiteruze baby, in the next post I will give my personal opinion about the anime. But right now let's talk about the final episode: Kokoro and Yuzuyu have a kind of heart to heart conversation and even though that Kokoro acknowledges that she's lonely she also believes that has… Continue reading Watch with me: Aishiteruze Baby (Final episode)

Books

Reading time!: Aldous Huxley’s A brave new world

Back with the second book with a dystopian future in the blog! A brave new world talks about this super industrialized world, where every individual has to think is happy. Divided in castes, babies being conditioned since the womb (or test tube should I say) to believe that what they are and where they are in… Continue reading Reading time!: Aldous Huxley’s A brave new world