I love great discussions, it usually dives to subjects such as politics or human psychology but hey as long as it's a nice conversation; I don't care, it does not have to be serious, last time I surprised myself talking about childhood songs and it was just so much FUN.
I study computer science and I love what do, when they see me people don't picture in me most of the stereotypes that lays on IT peeps, hey just know that all computer science guy don't look nerdy, I am the living proof of it haha...
I really love good hip hop, salsa, raggae, funk carioca(from Brasil), Kuduro( from Angola)...
I hope this would give you a glance of who I am, but the most part you will get to know it by talking to me :)
Movies: I saw the devil, H2Oil: The Documentary, The Constant Gardener, Syriana, Ong-bak, The Protector, JFK, La Mort du président, Who Killed the Electric Car?, Thank You for Smoking, The Goonies, The Departed, City of God, Inside Man, 500 Days of Summer, Entre les murs, Before Sunset, Lord of War, Reservoir Dogs, La Haine, Y tu mamá también, The Killer, Smoking Ace, Zeitgeist, the Movie Kill Bill, Lumumba, Sir! No Sir!, This Is the Life, I'm Through with White Girls, Ong-Bak 2, This is my Africa, Moliere, A prophet, Amores perros, District 9, Horsemen, Brief Interviews with Hideous Men, L' auberge espagnole, Crooklyn, Central Park Five, Hodejegerne
Shows: Cidade dos homens, Top boy, Game of thrones, Bref, Boss, The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl, Misfits, Five days
Musicians: Mayra Andrade, Nneka, Zulu, Carlos Varela, Prefuse 73, Sade, Al Green, Bob Marley, Immortal technique, Willie Hutch, Aretha Franklin, Curtis Mayfield, Dj Underdog, The Isley Brothers, Isaac Hayes, Peter Tosh, Murs, Soprano, Ice Cube, Aloe Blacc, Mos Def, ISelf Divine, Wu-Tang, Jean Grae, MF Doom, A Tribe Called Quest, Brother Ali, Blitz the Ambassador, The Coup, Camp Lo, Black Moon, Pete Rock & CL Smooth, Hieroglyphics, Justus League, Redman, N W A, KRS-One, Masta Ace, Little Brother, Funkadelic, Medine, Youssoupha, Fela Kuti, Percy Sledge, Brand Nubian, M.I.A., Jill Scott, Prince Nico Mbarga, Buena Vista Social Club, Gilberto Gil, Sam Cooke, Luther Ingram, The Temptations, Lupe Fiasco, Jedi Mind Tricks, Sage Francis, Yelle, Amy Winehouse, Amadou et Mariam, K-os, Matthew Santos, Papa Wemba, Tiers Monde, Son of Nun, NYOIL, Buraka Som Sistema, Télépopmusik, Mariana Aydar, Santigold, Devin the Dude, Tiken Jah Fakoly, Scott Herren, Kytami, Didier Awadi, Bran Van 3000, Allah Rakha Rahman, Black Milk, Blackalicious, Jurassic 5, Abstract Rude, Freestyle Fellowship, Africa's Trigger, Batida, Chromeo, Raphael Saadiq, Erykah Badu, Seu Jorge, Les nubians, Major Laser, skrillex, Tone P
Food: I eat most things around the equator.
You know the story of Pygmalion (if no google it), it is not only as a metaphor about the relationship between the creator and his creations, but also as a reminder of the role our expectations can play in defining others. Bernard Show made this the theme of one of his best-known plays, fittingly titled Pygmalion. At one point, the main character, who is a young flower girl, declares:
“You see, really and truly, apart from the things anyone can pick up (the dressing and the proper way of speaking, and so on), the difference between a lady and a flower girl is not how she behaves, but how she is treated. I shall always be a flower to Professor Higgins, because he always treats me as a flower girl, and always will; but I know I can be a lady to you, because you always treat me as a lady and always will.”
Are the myth and the playwright right? Is it true that our expectations have this power and if so, to what degree? Could a similar effect be at play in the education of humans?
And i also watch Awkward black girl on youtube.