I will eventually open a myspace accout to advertise, but I have many photos in my computer. I guess I am "old school" because I have a portfolio that I must carry!LOL. In time I will rely solely on the internet for this but now I am trying to get organized.
Thats cool. I do a lot of research on art. I try to incorperate different styles into a workable form for tattooing. I also never had the luxury of attending college so I use the internet to educate myself. Not that I would ever change my profession (I love tattooing! ) but I do want to learn.
I have not opened a facebook account, yet. I am new to social networking. I have typically used the computer for business and research. It is pretty cool trying something new. I do like to surf and anything else involving the beach. I spend most of my free time doing those things or tattooing.
Lucky for you! The majority of Americans do take the Bible literally. I guess we are still in the dark ages. We are a young country.
When I say close to Basque I meant on a genetic scale not political or cultural. Our ancestories precede all man made boundaries.
On a lighter note, what do you do for fun? Do you also like the beach? I guess I would not be happy living anywhere that was not at least near the water. There must be some beautiful beaches in your part of Spain. I dont imagine there are waves large enough for surfing, but nice for sailing.
Thats pretty close to Basque. What type of atheist movement ( if any ) is going on in Spain? In the U.S. it is heavily politicized due to the mis-interpretation of our Constitution. I do get bored with the politics at times. I have a friend in Croatia who tells me there are virtually no outspoken atheists in his country. He says it is very catholic, like Spain, so is it the same there?
I have always been interested in early paleolithic european history. I am of danish/german ancestory. It is thought that the area around the Pyranees was a place for early europeans to escape the glaciers. and this explains the fact that their DNA is probaly the most ancient of all western europe. Most all people in England have genetic markers directly linking them to the Basque. It is amazing that despite any goegraphical barriers their DNA has remains easily discernable from tha rest of europe. Are you Basque by any chance?
I have always wanted to visit Spain. I read James Mitchners "Iberia" may years ago. Wonderful writer! I am sure the beaches in the south are beautiful! oh, I also read Ken Follet's "Pillars Of The Earth" and it was based, in part, in northern spain. Another remarkable writer! Anyway, What do you think of the Basque possessing the most distinct DNA in Europe?