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Segala obrolan soal kehidupan pribadiku sebagai tunanetra baik dari sisi percintaan, pendidikan, tekhnologi and stuff. Episode baru akan muncul officialy hari Jum'at! Tapi bisa jadi episode baru juga muncul tiap hari lho. Random aja deh lol. Please check out podcast berbahasa Inggrisku di Blind Storm. Yang mau kontak aku, please send e-mail ke taufantipraka@gmail.com Instagram: eka_taufanty YouTube channel: Eka Pratiwi Taufanti
 
Hey!! I’m Eka, a visually impaired girl from Indonesia. This podcast is spoken in English. But just in case you wanna listen to my another podcast spoken in Bahasa Indonesia, just find me Nongkrong Cantik”. Generally we talk about the life of the blinds such as accessibility, addaptive technology, love, family, Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights and stuff. But we also discuss news, diary of today, role models, disability corner, crazy stuff, talking Indonesia and stuff. So come join m ...
 
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I discuss how Mountain Biking, Art, Video Games, Reading, and more, give opportunity for me to be in the present in different ways and why I need to go out of my way to make these things happen because it is not my natural state.(CONVERSATION - WEEK 30, YEAR 4) . Social Media: http://linktr.ee/Fk_Arts, fk.artists@gmail.com…
 
I feel like this doesn't need to be said but here it is. I discuss how one shouldn't just throw out good ideas because they come from someone who has also expressed bad ones. This topic also relates to previous Conversations: Kill Your Heroes, Separating Art from the Artist, and, Should we Ban Books? (CONVERSATION - WEEK 29, YEAR 4) . Social Media:…
 
I watched The Virgin Suicides and discuss the film as it compares to the book as well as explain some of the great motifs and symbolism and beauty I find. In some ways this is a review of both Original Text and the Film Adaptation. *Spoilers*. (REVIEW - WEEK 28 YEAR 4) . Social Media: http://linktr.ee/Fk_Arts fk.artists@gmail.com…
 
I finally get around to seeing Heavy Metal, an adult animated sci-fi/fantasy cool dorky film. This is movie was an achievement of something different and successful; a great cult following. This anthology style work is a great representation of the magazine which its named after and the device they used to tie the stories together was well created.…
 
A wholesome film about unlikely friendship, coming of age, and lifelong learning. It's a drama but not heavy handed, corny, or epic. Directed by Gus Van Sant - it compares to Good Will Hunting in feel but milder in pace and stakes. As said by one of the actors, "It reveals truth quietly." If you write at all in anyway, you'll get more out of this m…
 
A Dark Comedy Family Drama that teaches wholesome lessons through a raw presentation. This is a top shelf movie for me. The story of underdogs in a world of conformity - this flawed family finds a way to teach lessons of acceptance of self and what values matter most through a series of situational and existential conflicts. An amazing cast with an…
 
An action-packed film that's based on Heart as the vehicle for Vengeance. Moral questions come up as a family man wants to the right the wrongs that have been done to his family. A story of Fate, Justice, Nature/Nurture, and can people really change? It's explosive and if you're into Instant Karma videos and love getting your Justice Boner on, you'…
 
I come around to this concept of marrying your best friend and what it means. I mostly talk about what friends are and what healthy relationships should be and why it makes sense you'd want your partner to have those traits you'd want in a Bestie. (CONVERSATION - WEEK 19, YEAR 4) . Social Media: http://linktr.ee/Fk_Arts fk.artists@gmail.com…
 
A wonderful Biopic that is perfectly balanced. It plays as a great movie without ever needing to know anything of the subject, the Mathematician John Nash, it is based on. Elements of drama, the psychological, as well as some suspense, all sewn together with humour and care unlike any other. This is a great piece that has plenty of great twists and…
 
A beautiful coming-of-age story filled with melancholy, sadness, friendship, and love. The movie stays true to the book and both are worth your time. The story centres around a teenager entering high school. If that wasn't messy enough, he deals with past trauma and present mental health issues. The story tackles big topics with grace and authentic…
 
Stephen King's memoir on the craft of writing. The book is divided into two main sections: The part that gives us history on King and how he came to writing and the instructional part on how to be a better writer. If you are a Stephen King fan but are not a writer and have no intention on being one, you can still enjoy this book. If you don't enjoy…
 
This book was one of the easiest reads I've ever had. I don't mean in diction or that it was so thrilling I couldn't put it down. But it has a quality to it that I felt strongly despite it being foreign to my nature; it was easygoing. No matter the situation, the protagonist, seemingly by nature and nurture, handled everything with ease no matter h…
 
"Good Time" is a fast-paced suspense thriller that is incredibly contemporary and stylistically shot. The film centres around a troubled character just trying to do the right thing but can't seem to stop digging a bigger hole. It's wonderfully urgent yet there's unexpected heart and depth here - a great genre blend that is incredibly entertaining a…
 
I'm usually great at separating the Art from the Artist but in this case the Art IS the Artist. Oscar Wilde said it better in "Picture of Dorian Gray" but here Chuck explains it as well: "It's always been my theory that criticism is just veiled autobiography, whenever someone writes about a piece of art, they're really just writing about themselves…
 
King says that satire comes from mistrust. That's evident. What isn't apparent is who the target audience really is. The book is well-written contemporary read that's mostly a smooth read albeit with constant interruptions and interludes that seemingly make no sense but more likely are just over my head. The book takes place in Southern Alberta and…
 
I almost regret owning such a beautiful edition of such a frustrating book. The first half of the story is lovely. But the latter half is not only confusing, (animals in human jails, toads and humans being the same size, toads riding horses, etc.) it's also incredibly annoying. We have a tale where a character who treats everyone like rubbish and e…
 
This collection houses only a small fraction, less than 10 percent, of the short stories Guy wrote. There are cheeky stories that extend an obvious moral to pay attention to and ones that delve into psychological horror - almost all provide opportunity for social commentary. At various points the writing definitely reflects the time, the 1800's, an…
 
This immediately became one of my favourite books. Top Shelf. The language is pure poetry and balanced with harsh pictures of reality painted by a graceful hand that knows exactly what they're doing. The juxtaposition between brutality, in various forms, and graceful storytelling with beautiful prose is perfection. I didn't think of this novel as a…
 
Insecurity always comes when it comes to my future. Can I survive? How do I survive without my parents? So, I decide not to always receive financial support from my family. I have to work and make my own income! So, this is the way I make money, and yes I will make the quality of my business improve! Thanks for listening!…
 
The book promises to be a "feel-good story" and it delivers. However, it is filled with familiar tropes that it carries on a little too plainly and transparently. The writing is more like a child's picture book rather than a novel. I don't mean in a grammatical sense but rather in the storytelling. Everything is too familiar and despite the book's …
 
It's a short, quick read that has some worth but it wasn't something I'd suggest to anyone for much of any reason other than maybe being in between books or a lame teaching tool for children on the subject of mortality. *Spoilers at the End*. (REVIEW - WEEK 11, YEAR 4) . Social Media: http://linktr.ee/Fk_Arts fk.artists@gmail.com…
 
Lolita was described as having "Savage Humour". It's a slow starter but eventually picks up pace until things spiral out of control and we reach a disturbing climax. The diction in this book is pure romanticism: an abuse of adjectives. Things are described so beautifully with flowery language that it's easy to get lost. Everything is so purposeful …
 
This book is incredibly beautiful in aesthetic. But that's all. It is Out of touch, Pandering, Repetitious, Basic, and bursting with Humble Brag. The book is marketed as a memoir/autobiography and inscribed as "for me" yet proceeds more like the lamest Self Help book you couldn't even imagine and the author attempts to tell you how you can be a bet…
 
Despicable characters on a Slice of Life Journey through the Suburban American Dream. I went into this book blind with no idea what I was about to get into. It didn't keep me turning pages with excitement and it wasn't quite a chore either. I value the experience as it painted The Everyman in a way I haven't really read before. No pity, no champion…
 
The New Age Narcissus who is forced to see his sins instead of his beauty. A philosophical fiction that challenges the reader to revisit their morals and get introspective and existential. A classic that gives more to the reader if they are a creative/artistic. *Spoilers* 8 minutes in. (REVIEW - WEEK 10, YEAR 4) . Social Media: http://linktr.ee/Fk_…
 
Suffice to say I'm just not hip to this scene and it wasn't my cup of tea. Short diary entries spanning about three years of this young teen's life of debauchery... And not the fun kind. About three quarters of the way in I had hope things would turn around because the author referenced his writing. And the diction became more poetic.This was short…
 
A quick and easy read; the writing is filled with beautiful language - gentle verses that moved me along in a sweet melancholy. Presented as a dystopian fiction, the story gives the reader some structural elements of what's happening but no reason why. I enjoyed the majority of the book because it flowed effortlessly and with care; the poetry engag…
 
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