Wednesday, February 27, 2013


White coat
A white coat or laboratory coat (often abbreviated to lab coat) is a knee-length overcoat/smock worn by professionals in the medical field or by those involved in laboratory work. The coat protects their street clothes and also serves as a simple uniform. The garment is made from white or light-colored cotton, linen, or cotton polyester blend, allowing it to be washed at high temperature and make it easy to see if it is clean. Similar coats are a symbol of learning in Argentina, where they are worn by students. In Tunisia and mozambique, teachers wear white coats to protect their street clothes from chalk.

When used in the laboratory, they protect against accidental spills, e.g. acids. In this case they usually have long sleeves and are made of an absorbent material, such as cotton, so that the user can be protected from the chemical. Some lab coats have buttons at the end of the sleeves, to secure them around the wrist so that they do not hang into beakers of chemicals. Short-sleeved lab coats also exist where protection from substances such as acid is not necessary, and are favoured by certain scientists, such as microbiologists, avoiding the problem of hanging sleeves altogether, combined with the ease of washing the forearms (an important consideration in microbiology).

Like the word "suit", the phrase "white coat" is sometimes used to denote the wearer, 
ex.' the scientific personnel in a biotechnology or chemical company.

In medicine
White coats are sometimes seen as the distinctive dress of physicians, who have worn them for over 100 years. In the nineteenth century, respect for the certainty of science was in stark contrast to the quackery and mysticism of nineteenth century medicine. To emphasize the transition to the more scientific approach to modern medicine, physicians sought to represent themselves as scientists, and began to wear the most recognizable symbol of the scientist, the white laboratory coat.

Recently, white coat ceremonies have become popular amongst those starting medical school.

The modern white coat was introduced to medicine in the late 1800s as a symbol of cleanliness.

A recent study conducted in the United Kingdom found that the majority of patients prefer their doctors to wear white coats, but the majority of doctors prefer other clothing, such as scrubs. The study found that psychiatrists were among the least likely to wear white coats. Some medical doctors view the coats as hot and uncomfortable, and many feel that they spread infection.
Some doctors in institutions such as the Mayo Clinic are instructed to wear business attire, to convey professionalism, as the clinic dislikes the message that white coats represent to the patient.

White coat hypertension
Some patients who have their blood pressure measured in a clinical setting have higher readings than they do when measured in a home setting. This is apparently a result of patients feeling more relaxed when they are at home. The phenomenon is sometimes called "white coat hypertension," in reference to the traditional white coats worn in a clinical setting, though the coats themselves may have nothing to do with the elevated readings.
In psychiatry
The term is also used as verbal shorthand for psychiatric orderlies or other personnel and may be used, in a usually jocular manner, to imply someone's lunacy. In the 1966 song, They're Coming to Take Me Away Ha-Haaa!, Napoleon XIV fictionalized the public's view of the symbolic relationship between such institutions and white coats in the following lyrics:
They're coming to take me away ho ho hee hee ha haaa!
 To the funny farm,
 Where life is beautiful all the time.
 And I'll be happy to see those nice young men
 In their clean white coats,
 And they're coming to take me away ha haaa!

Napoleon XIV
Napoleon XIV was the pseudonym of American songwriter and record producer Jerry Samuels (born 1938, New York), who achieved one-hit wonder status with the Top 5 hit novelty song "They're Coming to Take Me Away Ha-Haaa!" in 1966.

Music video made by some Dutch guys in 1983.

In 1966, Samuels concocted "They're Coming to Take Me Away Ha-Haaa!". The public found out the true identity when Cousin Brucie of WABC in New York outed him.

Napoleon XIV continued to release music after the success of his one hit, including a Warner Bros. album of the same name in 1966 (reissued by Rhino in 1985), most of which continued with the mental illness theme (for example: "Bats In My Belfry"; and "Split Level Head," which features different vocal parts in each stereo speaker). While he did not achieve any further mainstream success, based upon the relatively recent cover versions of his hit song, Napoleon XIV has remained a cult favorite to this day.

Samuels still writes songs and presently runs a business that books entertainment primarily for retirement homes.

Are Lab Coats a Sex Symbol?
When did wearing a lab coat make someone a sex symbol? Apparently, in the past twenty years things have changed. Thanks mostly in part to TV shows the idea of doctors as sex symbols has gained much traction. It probably started with General Hospital. For those of you who have never watched the show, General Hospital is a long running ABC soap opera where a bunch of beautiful people work in a hospital. Typical soap opera stuff occurs in droves: lots of sexy doctors with their shirts off, lots of casual hookups, etc.
The continuing popularity of soaps like General Hospital led to an explosion in prime time hospital dramas in the 1990s. Famously two hospital dramas premiered in the 1994-95 season. Chicago Hope and ER both featured sexy doctors in dramatic situations. It made sex symbols out of people like George Clooney and Noah Wyle and essentially set the stage for what was to come for doctors in prime time for decades to come. Of course, Chicago Hope only lasted a few season while ER lasted for 15 years and become one of the most beloved dramas in television history.
While ER might have kick started the "sexy" doctor genre, it was ABC's Grey's Anatomy which came to symbolize just how "sexy" a doctor in a lab coat could be. It was a show that featured just as many in hospital hookups as medical cases. They actors were so sexy, in fact, that they were given sexy nicknames like "McDreamy and "McSteamy". The female doctors were not hacks either. Katherine Heigl became a big star thanks to the show as she seems to spend as much time in tight clothing as she does in doctor's gear.

Of course Grey's Anatomy has led to a slew of copy cats on television. Now each network has their Grey's knockoff featuring sexy doctors hooking up and working on cool cases in random city hospitals. I don't really watch any of them but I know the stars thanks to the buzz. Are they sexy? Sure. Is it an accurate portrayal of doctors? Not really. Do real doctors mind being thought at as sex symbols? I'm sure they don't.
Okay, maybe some. It depends of their ego.

thanks to: Wikipedia and Kimberly Green

Thongs & Strings Party in Sweetgrass

Second Life gave me some trouble last Sunday, so I could not come to the party.
I was impressed of the poster Racker made.
Today I got the following notice:
Group Notice From: Sweetgrass Sim Group, Ganymede Gynoid
Sexy boys filled the disco last Sunday, only wearing strings and thongs. Wow!
This will be remembered as one of the hottest parties, also thanks to the hot sounds of DJ Rik! Norbie and I gave a performance in pole dancing for the visitors, of whom Honzo Bechir and Viode Resident won the contest, congrats boys! All pictures are at:
Press 'Play' at the top to start the show.
Next Sunday American Party with DJ Pierrick!
Picture of the winners is made by Gany.

Tuesday, February 26, 2013


"The Scientist" is the second single from British alternative rock band Coldplay's second album, A Rush of Blood to the Head. The song was written collaboratively by all the band members for the album. It is built around a piano ballad, with its lyrics telling the story about a man's desire to love and an apology. The song was released in the United Kingdom as the second single from A Rush of Blood to the Head and reached number 10 in the UK Charts. It was released in the United States as the third single and reached number 18 on Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks.

Vocalist Chris Martin wrote "The Scientist" after listening to George Harrison's "All Things Must Pass." In an interview with Rolling Stone, Martin revealed that while working on the band's second album, A Rush of Blood to the Head, he knew that the album was missing something. One night, during a stay in Liverpool, Martin found an old piano that was out of tune. He wanted to work on Harrison's song, "Isn't It a Pity", but he could not manage to do so. When the song came to Martin, he asked that the recorder be turned on. He concluded by saying that he came across this chord sequence and noted that the chord was "lovely".
Martin recorded the vocals and piano takes in a studio in Liverpool.

When asked about the development of the song, during a track-by-track reveal, Martin said: "That's just about girls. It's weird that whatever else is on your mind, whether it's the downfall of global economics or terrible environmental troubles, the thing that always gets you most is when you fancy someone." The liner notes from A Rush of Blood to the Head, on the other hand, states that "The Scientist is Dan.", with Dan referring to Dan Keeling, the A&R man who signed the band to Parlophone.

Chris Martin
Christopher Anthony John "Chris" Martin (born 2 March 1977 in Whitestone, Exeter, Devon) is an English singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, and is the lead vocalist, pianist, rhythm guitarist and one of the founders of the band Coldplay.

Martin is very vocal about his love for Norwegian new wave/Synthpop band a-ha. In 2005 he stated the following in an interview: "I found myself in Amsterdam the other day and I put a-ha's first record on. I just remembered how much I loved it. It's incredible songwriting. Everyone asks what inspired us, what we've been trying to steal from and what we listened to as we were growing up – the first band I ever loved was a-ha." Martin has also performed live together with Magne Furuholmen of a-ha. In November 2011, he stated that "back when we didn't have any hits of our own we used to play a-ha songs."

Music video
The popular music video for "The Scientist" was notable for its distinctive reverse narrative, which employed reverse video. The same concept had been previously used for Spike Jonze's 1996 music video for The Pharcyde's "Drop." The reverse video style had first been seen in 1989 for the video for the song "The Second Summer of Love" by Scottish band Danny Wilson. In order for Martin to appear to be singing the lyrics in the reversed footage, he had to learn to sing the song backwards, which took him a month. The video was filmed at various locations, including London and at Bourne Woods in Surrey, before the first leg of the A Rush of Blood to the Head tour. It was directed by Jamie Thraves. The video premiered on 14 August 2002.
The video opens, looking down on Martin who is singing, as he lies on his back on a mattress. As the camera shot pulls back, the mattress is revealed to be outside. A cyclist cycles past in reverse and Martin leaps up from the mattress. He walks in reverse through a city, out into the suburbs and eventually crossing a railway line and into woods, picking up his suit jacket as he goes. Upon arriving at his car, a black BMW, he gets in and briefly passes out. His girlfriend, at first shown lying dead on the ground in front of the car, is shown flying back in through the shattered windscreen of the car. The car rolls back up a hill in the woods and through a broken fence, which mends itself as the car passes back through it. As the video closes, the couple is shown driving back up the road. It is revealed that Martin's girlfriend had removed her seat belt, in order to put her jacket on, just before the car accident, causing her death. Irish actress Elaine Cassidy is featured as Martin's girlfriend.

In 2003, "The Scientist" won multiple MTV Video Music Awards for Best Group Video, Best Direction, and Breakthrough Video. It was also nominated at the 2004 Grammy Awards for Best Short Form Music Video but lost to Johnny Cash's video for "Hurt".

In 2011, Willie Nelson covered it for a Chipotle Mexican Grill-sponsored short film titled "Back to the Start", highlighting the problems of Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations.
I wrote about that song in the past. Here is the link to that post:

Monday, February 25, 2013

We're All Mammals Party @ T.R.A.C.S

On Sunday February 23, 1997 Scientists in Scotland announced they had cloned an adult mammal producing a lamb that was born at 5 July 1996, named Dolly. 
Saturday February 23, 2013 DJ Dean Zise would be spinning the tunes but he fucked his PC to make a clone and his PC was overheated. 
DJ Tim took over the DJ part.

Here are the pictures I made

▲ Ellbee 
 ▲ Lena, Alvei and Caasper 
 ▲ Tim
 ▲ Jenna said that I looked cute
 ▲ Truposz, Przemko and Coco
 ▲ Mike
▲▼ Norbie had his 6th Rez Day, the day before
Norbie Rossini
Second Life Birthdate: February 22, 2007
▲▼ Rob

Thursday, February 21, 2013

We're All Mammals Party

On Sunday February 23, 1997 Scientists in Scotland announced they had cloned an adult mammal producing a lamb that was born at 5 July 1996, named Dolly.
On Saturday February 23, 2013 DJ Dean Zise will spin the tunes for all the mammals that are ready to party with us at T.R.A.C.S
T.R.A.C.S at Timothy Plaza on River Island

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Letter To My Penis

Lets see how much Viagra spam I get publishing this song of Rodney Carrington.

Rodney Scott Carrington (born October 19, 1968, in Longview, Texas) is an American stand-up comedian, actor, and country music artist. He has released six major-label studio albums and a greatest-hits package, on Mercury Records and Capitol Records. His comedy act typically combines stand-up comedy and original songs. Carrington has also starred in the sitcom Rodney and in the 2008 film Beer for My Horses.

Spam in blogs (also called simply blog spam, comment spam, or social spam) is a form of spamdexing. (Note that blogspam also has another meaning, namely the post of a blogger who creates no-value-added posts to submit them to other sites.) It is done by posting (usually automatically) random comments or promoting commercial services to blogs, wikis, guestbooks, or other publicly accessible online discussion boards. Any web application that accepts and displays hyperlinks submitted by visitors may be a target.

We're All Mammals part III

Mammals (class Mammalia) are a clade of warm-blooded amniotes. Among the features that distinguish them from the other amniotes, the reptiles and the birds, are hair, three middle ear bones, mammary glands in females, and a neocortex (a region of the brain). The mammalian brain regulates body temperature and the circulatory system, including the four-chambered heart. The mammals include the largest animals on the planet, the rorqual whales, as well as the most intelligent such as elephants as well as some primates and cetaceans. The basic body type is a four-legged land-borne animal, but some mammals are adapted for life at sea, in the air, in the trees, or on two legs. The largest group of mammals, the placentals, have a placenta which feeds the offspring during pregnancy. Mammals range in size from the 30–40 millimeter (1- to 1.5-inch) bumblebee bat to the 33-meter (108-foot) blue whale.

The word "mammal" is modern, from the scientific name Mammalia coined by 
Carl Linnaeus in 1758, derived from the Latin mamma ("teat, pap"). All female mammals nurse their young with milk, which is secreted from special glands, the mammary glands. According to Mammal Species of the World, 5,702 species were known in 2005. These were grouped in 1,229 genera, 153 families and 29 orders. In 2008 the IUCN completed a five-year, 17,000-scientist Global Mammal Assessment for its IUCN Red List, which counted 5,488 accepted species at the end of that period. In some classifications, the mammals are divided into two subclasses (not counting fossils): the Prototheria (order of Monotremata) and the Theria, the latter composed of the infraclasses Metatheria and Eutheria. The marsupials comprise the crown group of the Metatheria and therefore include all living metatherians as well as many extinct ones; the placentals likewise constitute the crown group of the Eutheria.
Homosexual behavior in animals
Homosexual behavior in animals refers to the documented evidence of homosexual and bisexual behavior in various (non-human) species. Such behaviors include sex, courtship, affection, pair bonding, and parenting among same-sex animal pairings. A 1999 review by researcher Bruce Bagemihl shows that homosexual behavior has been observed in close to 1,500 species, ranging from primates to gut worms, and is well documented for 500 of them. Animal sexual behaviour takes many different forms, even within the same species. The motivations for and implications of these behaviors have yet to be fully understood, since most species have yet to be fully studied. According to Bagemihl, "the animal kingdom [does] it with much greater sexual diversity – including homosexual, bisexual and nonreproductive sex – than the scientific community and society at large have previously been willing to accept." Current research indicates that various forms of same-sex sexual behavior are found throughout the animal kingdom. A new review made in 2009 of existing research showed that same-sex behavior is a nearly universal phenomenon in the animal kingdom, common across species. Homosexual behavior is best known from social species. According to geneticist Simon Levay in 1996, "Although homosexual behavior is very common in the animal world, it seems to be very uncommon that individual animals have a long-lasting predisposition to engage in such behavior to the exclusion of heterosexual activities. Thus, a homosexual orientation, if one can speak of such thing in animals, seems to be a rarity. 
One species in which exclusive homosexual orientation occurs, however, is that of domesticated sheep (Ovis aries). "About 10% of rams (males) refuse to mate with ewes (females) but do readily mate with other rams."

So, homosexuality is 100% all-natural!
But I've known THAT for years!

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

We're All Mammals part II

On Sunday, February 23, 1997 scientists in Scotland announced they had cloned an adult mammal, producing a lamb named Dolly.
It gained much attention in the media. A commercial with Scottish scientists playing with sheep was aired on TV, and a special report in TIME Magazine featured Dolly the sheep. Science featured Dolly as the breakthrough of the year. Even though Dolly was not the first animal to be cloned, she gained this attention in the media because she was the first to be cloned from an adult cell.

Dolly (5 July 199614 February 2003) was a female domestic sheep, and the first mammal to be cloned from an adult somatic cell, using the process of nuclear transfer. She was cloned by Ian Wilmut, Keith Campbell and colleagues at the Roslin Institute and the biotechnology company PPL Therapeutics near Edinburgh in Scotland. The funding for Dolly's cloning was provided by PPL Therapeutics and the Ministry of Agriculture. She was born on 5 July 1996 and she lived until the age of six, at which point she died from a progressive lung disease.
 She has been called "the world's most famous sheep" by sources including BBC News and Scientific American. The cell used as the donor for the cloning of Dolly was taken from a mammary gland, and the production of a healthy clone therefore proved that a cell taken from a specific part of the body could recreate a whole individual. On Dolly's name, Wilmut stated "Dolly is derived from a mammary gland cell and we couldn't think of a more impressive pair of glands than Dolly Parton's".

Dolly was born on 5 July 1996 to three mothers (one provided the egg, an other the DNA and a third carried the cloned embryo to term). She was created using the technique of somatic cell nuclear transfer, where the cell nucleus from an adult cell is transferred into an unfertilized oocyte (developing egg cell) that has had its nucleus removed. The hybrid cell is then stimulated to divide by an electric shock, and when it develops into a blastocyst it is implanted in a surrogate mother. Dolly was the first clone produced from a cell taken from an adult mammal. The production of Dolly showed that genes in the nucleus of such a mature differentiated somatic cell are still capable of reverting to an embryonic totipotent state, creating a cell that can then go on to develop into any part of an animal. Dolly's existence was announced to the public on 22 February 1997. It gained much attention in the media. A commercial with Scottish scientists playing with sheep was aired on TV, and a special report in TIME Magazine featured Dolly the sheep. Science featured Dolly as the breakthrough of the year. Even though Dolly was not the first animal to be cloned, she gained this attention in the media because she was the first to be cloned from an adult cell.
The cloning process that produced Dolly
Dolly lived her entire life at the Roslin Institute in Edinburgh. There she was bred with a Welsh Mountain ram and produced six lambs in total. Her first lamb, named Bonnie, was born in April 1998. The next year Dolly produced twin lambs Sally and Rosie, and she gave birth to triplets Lucy, Darcy and Cotton in the year after that. In the autumn of 2001, at the age of four, Dolly developed arthritis and began to walk stiffly, but this was successfully treated with anti-inflammatory drugs.

On 14 February 2003 (yes, on Valentines Day 10 years ago), Dolly was euthanised because she had a progressive lung disease and severe arthritis. A Finn Dorset such as Dolly has a life expectancy of around 11 to 12 years, but Dolly lived to be only six years of age. A post-mortem examination showed she had a form of lung cancer called Jaagsiekte, which is a fairly common disease of sheep and is caused by the retrovirus JSRV. Roslin scientists stated that they did not think there was a connection with Dolly being a clone, and that other sheep in the same flock had died of the same disease. Such lung diseases are a particular danger for sheep kept indoors, and Dolly had to sleep inside for security reasons.

Promised to the National Museums of Scotland (NMS), Dolly is now on display - drawing visitors from all over the world.

Monday, February 18, 2013

We're All Mammals part I

The Bad Touch
"The Bad Touch" is a song recorded by American alternative band Bloodhound Gang. It was released in May 1999 as the lead single from their album Hooray for Boobies. It was released a year later, in the US and UK. The song was remixed by many artists including God Lives Underwater, KMFDM and Eiffel 65. Like much of the Bloodhound Gang's other music, the song contains a wide variety of sexual colloquialisms. The sleeve for the single features a photo of two fucking zebras.

Bloodhound Gang
Bloodhound Gang is a Collegeville, Pennsylvania-based American alternative/punk band, although it began as a rap group and gradually changed their genre throughout the years. Their songs typically have humorous and off-beat, satirical lyrics that often deal with controversial subjects and contain many puns and innuendos. Bloodhound Gang's keyboardist, Q-Ball, uses the Alesis micron to create edgy sounds that drive many of the band's songs.

They are best known for their hit singles "Fire Water Burn" and "The Bad Touch". Formed in 1992, Bloodhound Gang has sold more than 6 million albums.
They are best known for their hit singles "Fire Water Burn", "The Bad Touch", "Foxtrot Uniform Charlie Kilo", "Along Comes Mary", "Uhn Tiss Uhn Tiss Uhn Tiss" and "The Ballad of Chasey Lain".

The Bloodhound Gang began as a small alternative band called Bang Chamber 8. It comprised Jimmy Pop and Daddy Long Legs, both graduates of Perkiomen Valley High School. They released an eponymous tape before changing their name to the Bloodhound Gang, a reference to "The Bloodhound Gang", a segment on the 1980s PBS kids' show 3-2-1 Contact that featured three young detectives solving mysteries and fighting crime.

The Bad Touch lyrics

 Ha-ha, well now, we call this the act of mating
 But there are several other very important differences
 Between human beings and animals that you should know about

I'd appreciate your input

Sweat baby, sweat baby
 Sex is a Texas drought
 Me and you do the kind of stuff
 That only Prince would sing about
 So put your hands down my pants
 And I bet you'll feel nuts
 Yes I'm Siskel, yes I'm Ebert
 And you're getting two thumbs up
 You've had enough of two-hand touch
 You want it rough, you're out of bounds
 I want you smothered, want you covered
 Like my Waffle House hashbrowns
 Comin' quicker than FedEx
 Never reach an apex
 Just like coca-cola stock
 You are inclined to make me rise an hour early
 Just like daylight savings time
Do it now

You and me baby we ain't nothin' but mammals
 So let's do it like they do on the Discovery Channel
 Do it again now
 You and me baby we ain't nothin' but mammals
 So let's do it like they do on the Discovery Channel
 Gettin' horny now

Love, the kind you clean up
 With a mop and bucket
 Like the lost catacombs of Egypt
 Only God knows where we stuck it
 Hieroglyphics? Let me be pacific
 I wanna be down in your South Seas
 But I got this notion
 That the motion of your ocean means
 "Small Craft Advisory"
 So if I capsize on your thighs
 High tide B-5 you sunk my battleship
 Please turn me on
 I'm Mr. Coffee
 With an automatic drip
 So show me yours, I'll show you mine
 "Tool Time"
 You'll Lovett just like Lyle
 And then we'll do it doggy style
 So we can both watch "X-Files"

Do it now

You and me baby we ain't nothin' but mammals
 So let's do it like they do on the Discovery Channel
 Do it again now
 You and me baby we ain't nothin' but mammals
 So let's do it like they do on the Discovery Channel
 Gettin' horny now

You and me baby we ain't nothin' but mammals
 So let's do it like they do on the Discovery Channel
 Do it again now
 You and me baby we ain't nothin' but mammals
 So let's do it like they do on the Discovery Channel
 Do it now
 You and me baby we ain't nothin' but mammals
 So let's do it like they do on the Discovery Channel
 Do it again now
 You and me baby we ain't nothin' but mammals
 So let's do it like they do on the Discovery Channel
 Gettin' horny now

Music video
The song's video, shot during the summer of 1999, features the band dressed in "MonkeyRat" costumes with oversized ears, in various locations in Paris (including the Place de l'Estrapade, Avenue de Saxe, and Champ de Mars), and the Eiffel Tower is visible in many shots. During the video, the band uses blowguns to shoot tranquilizer darts into the buttocks of four passing young women dressed in black with short skirts and stockings, then carrying them away. They then use a fishing rod to dangle a croissant in front of a group of French chefs, enticing them to follow. The band members dance around for a few seconds and then lure three chefs into following them. The band members swallow several mealworms, before finding two stereotypically effeminate gay men in a café, who are then beaten over the head with baguettes and knocked unconscious. A dwarf mime artist (played by Jordan Prentice) is captured in a net and then thrown into a cage with the four women, three chefs and the gay couple in a clear parody of animal collectors capturing frightened specimens. The band leap around the cage taunting their captives. As the song draws to an end, the prisoners are released and all dance together in formation in the street. The mime artist escapes and is run over by a speeding Renault 5 car driven by Lüpüs Thünder.
The uncensored version of the video shows the band playing with and eating a brown semi-liquid food, with the implication that it is feces, and a beginning which features them feigning sex in a doggystyle position rather than dancing as in the clean version. The violent capture of the gay couple is also missing from some versions.

The video reached No. 11 on MuchMusic's 50 Most Controversial Videos for references to zoophilia and sexual lyrics, as well as insulting French people, homosexuals and chefs.

Valentine's Day Party in Sweetgrass

Yesterday in Sweetgrass; Keep on the lookout for Cupid this week! 
In fact, word has it that Cupid, Eros, Aphrodite, and even Venus will be making a special appearance at the Sweetgrass Disco on Sunday, to celebrate Valentine's Day with us. Love is in the air, for sure! DJ Fabiano will be spinning the tunes at Sweetgrass Disco! 
Gany made the picture of the winners. More pictures at:


No, we did not kill bulls but our guest had a lot of fun riding the bull.
DJ Rik took the bull by the horns and played a great set with a lot of pasodoble songs.

Here are the pictures I made.
▲ DJ Rik
▲ Ellbee
▲ Coco
▲▼ Ben and Ben riding the bull
▲▼ Alvei, Martin and Lena
▲ Coco & Truposz
▲ Alvei and Martin
▲▼ Przemko on the bull
▲▼ Gany
▲▼ Suddenly we had a herd. Not of bulls but of cows.
▲▼ Martin, Alvei and Lena performing there weekly pose in front of the statue.
▼ The final result of the bull riding