Courage the cowardly dog

Courage the cowardly dogWhen I first saw Courage, the fearless cowardly dog, I was much impressed by the animation and the originality of the mini-series.

I think that since Tom and Jerry there were not invented better cartoons than Courage! :-)

Here I will show you one of the series, chosen at random:

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…and not only because Courage the cowardly dog is a funny dog, but also to make a proof that you can obtain a much better audio/video quailty, encoding your movies yourself, compared to the crappy quaility of YouTube:)))

Enjoy the movie! :)

PS And don’t forget to search for all the other Courage series — your invested time will be worth it! ;-)

Lanson Black Label… and the Rila Lakes

If someone ever says to you, that he is able to climb on an altitude of 2.5 km, bringing with him real French champagne and crystal glasses from Bohemia…

The Rila Lakes

Lanson Black Label champagne and the Rila Lakes

Lanson Black Label and two glasses

…you may at least try to believe him! ;-)

(2006, October 1st and 2nd, two weary travellers are celebrating high up in the mountains with Lanson Black Label French champagne; there are no other two adventurers like the two of us!:-) I’d like again to be able to do such crazy thing with Ani. These photos have been in out digital photo archive for 3 years or so… It’s maybe the inappropriate time to bring them up… but maybe it’s just the right time!…)

Michael Jackson – Concerts in London, 2009!

Michael Jackson posterMichael Jackson, the legend, the King of Pop, the unforgettable, the unique…

Michael Jackson will have a series of conerts in London in July 2009!

I’ve got the news from BBC’s website:, but you can also read about it on, as well.

Tickets will be available on:

The prices for the tickets will be quite decent — £75/ £65/ £50, you just have to grab two tickets and then book your airline tickets, too (unless you are lucky and live in London, of course;-) Btw, tickets will be available after March 13th.

Michael Jackson

I don’t think there was, or ever will be a person in this world that can dance like Michael Jackson…

(I might be wrong, of course…)

Unfortunately, I’ll have to postpone my dreams of seeing Michael Jackson live in London this summer (because of financial reasons)…

But I always liked him. Not his songs so much, but his dance, because it is truly unique as style. No matter how many imitators there will be in this world, they’ll remain simply imitators, because he is The One… The person, who invented the Moon Walk… The person, who has sold millions of copies of the ‘Thriller’ album…

…And the rest, as they say it, is simply History! ;-)