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I am Czar.
I help build user interfaces and enhance user experience. Really tho, I just love quality aesthetics.
Years ago, I made a pact with myself to see the world and live the cultures - oh, how I've grown.
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Oppression sometimes benefits its victims more than its perpetrators. While those who are ravaging their neighbors’ lives exhaust their energy on that destruction, those whose lives are being shattered must expend their vigor on solutions—some of which can be exquisite. Hatred drove my family to the United States and its previously unimaginable freedoms. By Andrew Solomon on returning to Romania, the country his family left behind decades earlier: (via newyorker)

Possibly true. Now if the US will just stop the control on Israel. Let Gaza be.

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Lost in the Flood


Why did disastrous floods in the Balkans fail to capture Western attention? Téa Obreht explains:

“The Western world continues to hold the Balkans at arm’s length, as though its scattered nations were a clutch of badly behaved children that won’t be allowed back to the grown-ups’ table until they have served an adequate timeout.”

Above: Flood waters cover the village of Gunja, in eastern Croatia, in May. Photograph by Davor Javorovic/Pixsell/AP.