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Why do not some delicate flower sack Brian Urlacher and play with the pain?

His career is probably over at this stage anyway after this season. Could you pack, playing with pain, and cap his career with some dignity. At Instead, it is apparently a bit delicate flower that needs to be protected against their "injuries." When did it become a weak sight was crying? Why act like a man instead of a preteen girl sobs that he will not play softball in PE, because it is your period?

Dislocation of wrist with undisclosed damage to the tendons of the wrist and the nerves. Play in the T position that requires two hands to play a full level. Possible long-term loss of function or permanent if he tried to play through. yes, he have to use today (m attached to the sarcasm)

A meeting with the Bolshoi Ballet

I like many who have read my articles can be found, I am a big fan of opera but honestly can not say has a passion for equality of ballet, however, this should not be interpreted as not shared. Perhaps it because my tastes lean more to the passion of the singers and the drama in the opera, instead of the grace of a ballet dancer. Whatever the reason why you say it's a fan of opera's biggest fan of dance, but really I am a lover of ballet, but I did not become one until Santiago, Chile has met with members of the Bolshoi Ballet. It was a moment I will never forget as I have stressed all the grace of ballet However, before this meeting with the Bolshoi had seen action in Moscow and perhaps I was introduced to dance. My decision to visit the Soviet Union during the fall of 1988. This was the era of perestroika, glasnost and Gorbachev Miguel, the new leader of the Soviet Union that many Americans had taken a liking to what they could see some honesty in it. For my hand, can not pretend that my desire to visit the Soviet Union have been influenced in any way by Gorbachev that the real reason for my trip was based on my desire to travel the world in search of all towns and places I had read in my extensive reading of history. Well Naturally, this also was a time in my life when I was entertaining dreams of becoming a professional photographer and does not intend to take pictures of Leningrad (formerly Petrograd, now St. Petersburg) and Moscow. These cities seemed ideal for this purpose, both the architecture that has been so different from New York and a sense of history is enormous. After all, there were two cities that were near the center of the World War and the Revolution Russia 1917. The first that ousted Nicolas II, while the second in October (although the Russian Orthodox calendar marks the day if it had been in November) to the Bolsheviks to power. I even wanted to visit the Soviet Union before, but the question is not as easy as I wanted I. Firstly, because that the Soviet Union was a closed society that needs a visa, it was not a problem that I had visited many other Communist countries like Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Poland, the GDR, and Yugoslavia. These countries also need me as a American to have a visa. I can even say how it was a time in 1987 to an American who has been necessary to have a visa to enter France instead of being a die automatically at the entrance, as was the case in most European countries. The Soviet Union however, was different even from other communist countries, which only needs to go to your embassy or consulate, of course, with my passport, two photographs and money to pay for the visa. The Soviet Union is not only required me to have the above, but a prepaid hotel where I lodged, which essentially means that I reserve a hotel in the city who wanted to go to New York before going out and doing what is commonly known as "Tower". Not really my choice, took the second option to continue the tour, but in truth, I prefer to go alone. With the intention to spend Christmas and New Year's Day in the Soviet Union in early November, I booked a tour that includes Moscow, Kiev and Leningrad in that order. It was during his visit to the cities of the Soviet Union have seen a lot of things, some of which were very strange, or at least in my opinion to a communist country (I have already visited a number), for example, in the Soviet Union had stores that accept only hard currency (ie a currency that could be developed outside of their country home) and away from Soviet citizens. Yes, passports were checked at the store entrances. Not that the shops as it did not exist in Poland or in other communist countries he visited, but against the Soviet Union in any country could buy what you want as long as the currency was in the Soviet Union was a case of the Soviets were not even allowed to enter the stores, let alone make purchases of any kind. Naturally stores, as has happened that only foreigners like me could come also has stores in which foreigners have been banned, because Russians could not enter and new passport or have been examined. I remember that one day I asked someone I knew you buy something at the store for foreigners. The Soviet Union were other factors that made it different from all the communist countries had already visited, for example, hotel guests have been allowed to return only the input as a control was established at the entrance, where one was required to submit a map of the hotel. However, this does not present much of a problem for me or for many Soviets (I refer to them as such since I can not honestly claim to have known who was Russian or one of the many republics constituting the Union of Republics Soviet Socialist) who managed to enter the hotel even if it is not a hotel guest. When the card required to access the hotel was not a problem that I was obliged to pay all in hard currency, however, has been more than a little upset because rising prices would have been if it had been allowed to buy drinks and other such subtleties in debris, which could get much more black market. However, this was not the way I wanted hard currency hotels, not only for the cost of the room, but even as they buy them, in contrast Poles were hotels we are obliged to pay the room currency. It was in Moscow, I stayed in a hotel called "Cosmos" I must say that was the most exclusive in the moment, although in truth its standards were lower after known in the West. I arrived at the hotel in December 24 and in my second day in Moscow, after having spent the first two visits, I had what might be called my first experience in the Soviet Union. Two young people that must be my age at the time (I am 21) calls the hotel room he shared with a member of my group of tourists. It was the company another member of my tour that these two young men came to ask if my roommate and I wanted to barter. At first, neither I nor my roommate knew what these two men had in mind and be in a country that knew it was not democracy, my roommate U.S. whose name escapes me and I were a little worried. He was one of those two young people asked us if we had a pair of jeans or you care to trade, such as cigarettes United States or anything basically. For my part, I felt I had nothing to value your time and all I had my camera (which I was not ready to trade it for nothing), a couple of packs of cigarettes (which I am a smoker at the time), the clothes we had brought with me (which included a pair of jeans pants gray, frankly, I was a little embarrassed, even to show given the state they were in) and my tapes that included pop music. It did not take long with these two men and everyone in my group of tourists who seek a bargain, because the room he shared with a professor of the history of Phoenix become a national market International or black. Blue jeans have been exchanged for Russian fur hats, caviar (which is a French word which is the Russian word "Ikra) and other Russian delicacies. It was inspired by how these two Russians, more or less I think they were ready to you take just about anything and everything we had I decided to show the gray jeans, which had bought more than a year ago in London. In my great shock to them about accepted by a black fur hat as if they were old who asked me to throw something else that I made in the form of a packet of Marlboro has agreed, but still, my feeling of guilt in my old jeans have to add a band by the British group known as "Led Zeppelin". During these operations, I realized how people from different countries and lifestyles could trade and do business and, although the English spoken by these two gentlemen was not exactly ideal is understandable, what makes me suggests that even in a Communist system that has always been possible to find employers. I even remember that one of the members of my group wanted to obtain something that Jimmy Hendrix tape to learn that none of these two men (who had brought so many things with them and for us to believe he had a store closely with them) do not know who he was. Naturally, explained that Jimmy Hendrix was a guitarist who was on the tape, but I do not remember what it gave. Of course, it is understood that these young people were not getting these things for themselves, but to sell to third parties. One thing that strikes my roommate at the time being curiosity that led him to wonder if they were staying at the hotel to be told one of these two young men who are not. Then, when I asked how they managed to enter the hotel, I was told that customers do hotel, which was a card the hotel was then allowed to enter when they told us that because his English is not bad and in fact it was and dressed like Westerns they could get and obviously they had. Later, I met two other young men at the hotel who also tried to do what they could and businesses was to them that I really learned a lot about how people in the EU Soviet feel not only against Americans but a lot of things. It might seem strange way, I do not remember the name of these two young men, or even what he looked like, but I remember almost everything that happened between us three. First I went with them to Red Square Instead of going with my group, after all, if I wanted to associate with other Americans, you can imagine where I would have stayed. There are many things had seen through my travels in many countries, the Colosseum in Rome (now one of the seven new wonders of the world) to the Eiffel Tower, but not these two monuments or other I had seen in the case could exceed the grandeur of Red Square. "The place I observed that day frozen in December seemed so strong that I honestly do not know what to say. Not that the Kremlin or in one of the surrounding buildings, such as has been hailed as a toy in the world's largest department store and the cathedral of Saint-Basle itself was great, but the composition created by all that was Red Square was a strong initial impact on me that I will never forget. It is fascinating to see this place and all its functions for a moment that gave me the impression being in a cloud city. The decorations of the buildings are in such a way that seemed almost unreal. I, of course, have recovered somewhat from my surprise out my trusty Minolta proximity to photograph this place and all it entails, which in all honesty, even like a small city instead of a great monument. He was taking photographs of the place I started with a wide angle lens to capture all of a sudden, then transferred a zoom of the St. Basil's Cathedral, the beauty of what I think is underestimated. Needless to say, my camera has captured all the benchmarks Place Red, but none as much as I liked San Basilio, which in my opinion, was typical Russian Cathedral. Of course, everything was a red square could not ignore the presence of the mausoleum dedicated to Lenin, who was visited by thousands to discover the heat and cold, just to see the body of a dead man. As for me personally, I had neither the time nor the inclination to take online, and even that was short of foreign (As opposed to one for Soviet citizens) just to see a man in what I believe was an act of idolatry. As expected when the Soviet Union long gone through a process of change had removed the remains of Joseph Stalin, in the presence of Lenin, not that it made a difference to me at that time and even now, anyway. After his performance as my personal guide, took me to a small neighborhood restaurant in Moscow, something like a bistro (the French word that has its roots in a Russian word for fast) where we had a bit of sausage and tea. This, in comparison with the hotel, I discovered how life can be cheap in Moscow for someone who had dollars or other Western currency to the point I wanted to treat my guides what they had eaten only to discover that they are the ones who wanted to do the same thing for me. At first I was not sure what to say and asked if I could pay at least for me, but said it would be a good idea to to offend by refusing the invitation. I do agree. It was during our time together, we discovered many things about other countries, for example, found that New York was not so dangerous a place to live as they had been led to believe by television U.S. and their own media, while I also was excluded from how to find many interesting things. First Soviet all Instead, at least people were not so anti-American as I had thought it would be really surprised me and that is that despite its U.S. popularity, especially after his last trip took place a few weeks earlier was not really like Gorbachev in the Soviet Union by the citizen creation, especially those who have not been to the festival. This at first seemed hard to believe that during his last trip to the U.S. (which held December 8) of people lined the streets, thousands, despite the cold just to get a glimpse of him, in scenes reminiscent of "Beatlemania" at its peak. I myself went to the place where he knew that his car could happen with the hope of obtaining a photograph. Mine however, does more to love being a photographer, then worship, partly motivated by its success this year in London on the anniversary of Queen Elizabeth's June 10, I managed to get a great shot in the head when he was shot down "The Mall" in his open car. But Gorbachev was a different matter all while being driven in a limousine closed, making it impossible for me to be able to obtain any other type of photography that one of their cars. I even remember hearing the news, as well as being driven by Broadway was actually taken in his car (to my great regret at not being there to capture on film of this historic moment) in a day of extreme cold to shake hands to some thousands of people marched through the streets just to get an overview of it. This naturally caused joy to many as the fear its security guards who were as surprised as you shake hands with Mikhail Gorbachev. It was a case that Gorbachev had not inform their safety than they do in advance and thus many cars that security was only discovered after a few The second car stopped Gorbachev and Gorbachev was now in a crowd shaking hands with everyone who ran towards him. As expected their security had to turn back to do it in fear that something could happen of course not, but I can imagine what anxiety that could take place at this time. Among these people there were also protests from some of the Soviet republics such as Armenia, which has even stated that he felt for the first time there was a man who was at least willing to hear what he had to say. After Having heard that Gorbachev is not the fun part was asked What is it that most people do not loved, and that question is answered that I did not really understand at the time and that was that most people did Gorbachev not just because their personal standard of living was much higher than theirs. It was for political or ideological or something like that, but the luxury that surrounded in. As mentioned flew across the world and could not, how he had a fur coat, an American credit card Express (which gave it all I think of advertising), expensive clothes, so they do not. I saw nothing strange or unusual in this as in most Latin American countries do not live and our president (Ronald Reagan at the time) and if some people do not, but certainly not for that reason. There may have been other reasons such as Iran-Contra, but it was something else, but not because it is more money then they did as he was and remains the case in most countries. However, this was a case of what many people had come to accept in most countries did not matter that their leaders have a better financial situation was then as long as its standard is acceptable to them. But here, the people Soviet do not even know that their leaders had most of them, even if he was the leader. This was perhaps the explanation reasons why Soviet citizens were not allowed into shops, restaurants or hotels, where they would be exposed that they could not afford anyway, and maybe not that its system of economic equality was really effective, well. I, for myself and did not comment on what he had heard, they prefer not to say anything because he had misunderstood the mentality behind the words and instead of entering a dispute with whom I dealt with this humble but cozy lunch, I asked what they thought of American films. That tells me they had seen but many have been banned, as was the case of "Red Heat" research, Arnold Schwarzenegger, because of a scene where the character played by Arnold (To the Soviet police) of a clock 10 to a dollar transactions Police watch with a U.S. $ 1,000, played by Jim Belushi. I was curious about how these two young, well aware of this scene, if they had not seen the movie but I did not ask. It was after a meal (which was no worse than I was at the hotel) in this be good neighbors that I took a chance and went to the apartment of one of these two young people to get what was promised to me I was a Soviet military winter coat and a shirt of the football team. You do not have much to trade dollars not available But we should refuse to return to my hotel to get like me not in me. It was when I got back to the hotel I got on the subway Moscow for the first time and was surprised by the frequency of the trains were and how deep it was one factor that I knew had not been desirable during the Second World War because of the attack had been presented to this city by the German Luftwaffe. Upon return at the hotel have been paid the money they had promised more than a pack of "Life Savers" in a gesture of them after he had to pay for my sausage and tea. Once completed, the business of barter trade with time to be near one night, I decided to take a shower and get ready for a night at the ballet. The Bolshoi, it would be like if it could be someone else Moscow, as is natural in the Bolshoi (this word has a great importance in Russian) theater. This in mind that I put on the costume, the only one who had brought a good Cardin (it is always in fashion at that time) in addition to that I put the new military coat gained permission from EU Soviet, however, was on the advice of our guide that I chose to use another. He told me we were in a country where the population Civil especially foreigners were not allowed to wear the Soviet military, which means it would be wise if I had to put on another layer I did. The Bolshoi, I must say it was a bit surprising, not so much the great theater that has been granted, but not really impressive, or at least not as much as the performance given by this wonderful group of dancers that my father and my grandfather always told me time. Tchaikovsky's "Nutcracker" is what my group and I had the privilege of seeing the night and even though I already knew the wonderful music, I was not so much the dancing that goes with it and as I watched, it seemed that was the most brilliant of all the arts in relation to its appearance visual. After the ballet, I was back at the Hotel Cosmos in a nightcap that I took photos of a bar with vodka caviar, which was very dear to America, but in the Soviet Union was literally cheaper than peanuts. Hotel has several bars and it was in each, there were women, some I could not imagine were there to share other memories, only for the money, while others were in groups looking for any Westerner to buy a drink. By "they" I mean all to them when they arrived in groups, this does not interest me other then to see that women in the Soviet Union that call too, although most of them much more attractive than the average American woman. The next day arrived in Kiev and beyond was a plane Aeroflot. It was something I will never forget, being on the track and fell asleep in my seat during the long wait was necessary before takeoff, when suddenly awakened by the feeling of my ears were blocked by pressure. I remember being slightly shocked, thinking he had spent all this time, probably in the ground and only then the plane will take off when the reality is that was about to land. This software takeoff and the flight was not only not to wake me, I had not noticed, or could have the fact that my cold was making my own dream, with my lack of sleep the night before. Kiev was an interesting city, but perhaps not as Moscow, but during this visit, the only thing I remember is being away from my hotel, I always wonder where they rest and Soviet police asking if I could find a taxi to my surprise I did. Can be in one that was taken several passengers in a sort transportation asset I had known in countries like Argentina and Peru. As for the police, told me in broken English, how it was Armenia a place that had suffered an earthquake the previous month, which made me tell him what, in fact, donated $ 20 to Help an organization. I do not know if this man really understands me, but when to say goodbye in gratitude for having found his ego this mode, I give one of my packages of cigarettes, which makes me a little pocket knife (even not open) in the form of a fish that you said the word "remember" and went away. With over Kiev is smaller than both Leningrad and Moscow, our stay was scheduled to last one night after he quit his post in Leningrad. I can not really say what it was in me that night I had to stay in Kiev you made me do what he did. This is what could be classified as extremely drunk. I drink a lot and Vodka her, perhaps to show that Italian-Americans, like their Soviet counterparts could also hold his liquor, but never let yourself. In this elbow bent I seem to remember a Soviet who also participate in the same way I did after we started a conversation at the address were Dumber? Saying it was the Americans (I refer to my tour group), as did in the case of the Russians, and that to solve the problem of reporting a link between Americans and Russians who were the most Dippy. On this night down with a certain degree of joy, perhaps more than my partner and I entertained Soviet we also break our glasses of vodka on the floor, which only succeeded to attract the attention of some police officers. The police became very militia at the time of the Soviet Union and two of them approaching us and when I could not understand what they were saying one of them caught my guard punched in the stomach. It is by all accounts should have killed the wind out of me. It would probably been the effect in other circumstances, but that day, after a half bottle of vodka I felt the blow that has showed in my face that I did not even bend pain. That was my reaction at this stage of the Police Shock, as evidenced by his face before he tried to attack him with my camera, after all, it was much bigger than me, who is only 5'6. Fortunately nothing did the incident that the receptionist informed the officers that I was invited to the hotel and not a seller (And do) who had entered the trade dollars, which of course, was illegal at the time. Leningrad and the last stage of our before our return trip Soviet United States. Leningrad, I must say it was more interesting at least from my point of view and then to Moscow. The city itself is different, after all this had been the capital of the country during the revolution, however, who has been in the past, even then, as at where the Winter Palace was the Hermitage. With the Hermitage is one of the largest museums in the world could not afford to spend One afternoon there were three, but you really need more time to fully appreciate the whole museum. In Leningrad, I had the chance to have a hotel room, as opposed to Moscow and Kiev did not have to share with a member of my group. This factor will be great I would going to meet two very pretty young ladies in Kiev by Victoria Ibanchenko names and Svetlana. With these two friends was going to spend three evenings very lascivious (two in Victoria, one with Svetlana), by which I found my inspiration for "Svetlana Ibanchenko." Ibanchenko Russian soprano Svetlana fiction my book "New York Opera Society." There was something so romantic and beautiful in these dreams and ambitions that came over me as I created this character modest but important part in my first book. The tragedy could also fill my stay in Leningrad, as this is where I learned that a U.S. plane (Pan Am) was the victim of a bomb with all passengers in flight over Scotland. At that time there was very little to do for me, but recognizing it's not me who had been on the flight and continue the good times that he had, which is precisely what I did. Last night Leningrad would go the next night, I was the one that will stay with me forever. My group and I went to see the Kirov Ballet and the was an experience. The Kirov was no less great, then the Bolshoi, but different. My father told me when I asked what was the difference the Kirov was more artistic, while the Bolshoi has been more dynamic and could see that I have witnessed his performance of a Another piece of Tchaikovsky, this time, "Swan Lake" and it was a spectacle. They seemed to float in the air, as if could fly and has an energy about them that allows them to do what he wanted with his body with such grace that it was almost like seeing angels. Regarding my last two nights, two of which were spent in Victoria and who knows what would have happened to our relationship if she was not for the "Iron Curtain" which makes it almost impossible for her to come live with me in the United States. Of course, I tried to send an invitation, but even that was difficult given the closed system of his country at that time and although I had no problems with the money when he came to Victoria to invite the States remains the issue was more complicated than ever thought possible. It is difficult for me to say what would have happened perhaps Victoria and I came to marry and have children, but my life would have been otherwise, but it is also interesting. For my part, I wish Victoria Ibanchenko Kiev all the best in what she has decided to make a living. On my return to New York, I naturally devoted Much of my time and money trying to make Victoria to America than hindsight I can say I fell in love with and although my attempts were failed, I can honestly say I did everything possible for her to be with me in America. Once in New York, and I have also been the inspiration of the Soviet Union is still in me, went to see the famous "Mosayeb" (Russian folk dance company), which has just happened to be presented at Radio City. "It also as the Bolshoi and the Kirov was a performance that left me fascinated because it combines the grace and music in a way that expresses both, but perhaps also a more modern way, which was not less impressive. As a strange coincidence, I assure you that night, I met the man who had been our guide in the EU Soviet. Indeed, such was my desire to have Victoria come to America and interest in what he saw in the Soviet Union itself started taking private lessons in Russian, which would be very useful many years later, in 1992 in Chile. A country that had never imagined it would be necessary that I speak Russian. There he was in Santiago after a day of taking photographs of one of the papers I been in contact with the saw a billboard for the next performance by the Bolshoi. Until then, I worked as a freelance photographer and did not expect to see the Bolshoi, thinking it would be expensive, but I was happy to see that were in the city. This is something to celebrate as a practical way, there was a time in Chile, in a short time before the reign of Pinochet in which the Bolshoi all other things of the Soviet Union banned. It was the day after seeing the show I went into a shoe shop in the store had a couple a woman who gave her slender body must have been a dancer with a man who had what I classify as a sport, but not increase muscle mass. In all honesty, I not attracted the attention until I heard from Russia and was at that moment that my mind put the two together. The Bolshoi has been in the city, this woman was very thin, and spoke Russian, so it was decided that I report what I did using the lessons Russia, which was in Poland, as well as my tuition. I passed their names, it Semizorowa Nina (who was later to learn a biggest stars of the Bolshoi and its principal attraction of this tour in particular) and it is one I forgot was the husband of Nina. Of course, I am a photographer at the time was that I had my camera I used to get an overview of the two. I am ignorant dance at that time realized that Nina was a big star of the Bolshoi and it was his humble personality that gave him away, and either as she and her husband were among the most modest I have ever known. And this despite, or perhaps because both were Bolshoi stars, perhaps the best company in the ballet world, where only the best are allowed. The Bolshoi Ballet will be that the NBA is basketball or football Serie A "is essentially a collection of the best talent globally. As a note, I might add that an English actress named Joyce Frankenberg (later known as Jane Seymour or Dr. Quinn "in the television series of the same name) was once admitted to the Bolshoi where, because of an injury has been able to give a show like ballerina. After chatted with Nina and her husband was Semizorowa quickly developed the image and took him to the hotel where he knew they were staying and this is I met the other members of the Bolshoi, who had made the trip to Chile. There was something in them that I must confess that I was among the most interesting not only to see the exhibits, but to talk and I told them about one of its leaders invited me for the next day, not only for themselves, but to observe the practice of taking pictures too. Was this day I became a fan of ballet, it was better that they may know and be able to ask questions and see the dedication they put on what they did made me appreciate the ballet of all the rest. It took me a photograph that would end a couple of newspapers in Chile, but in truth, I do not remember, but what stuck in my mind was I made friendship with members of the Bolshoi Ballet dancer, especially a very young age of twenty years under the name Anna Petrova. This is with any member of his entourage asked me if I wanted to take pictures and send them that I naturally agree to. Anna was a shy girl from Leningrad who speaks English well enough to at least hold a conversation that is what he did and what a joy it was as if I only took photographs (with a film role in all this), but learn to know. She is the one who has not passed the 5 feet long and weighing would not over 100 pounds, but in this body has the power to know who can perform movements Amazing Grace as the ballet requires. From our conversations are concerned, at least at our first meeting, but especially around the dance with me asking many questions ranging from what he sees as the difference between the Bolshoi and the Kirov with him saying it was difficult to put into words, but then I wanted to test the theory of my father, who admitted in. There's something I Anna also asked what she thought of Mosayeb who claimed to be good, but not as good as it had been 20 years earlier. Many things between Anna and I said that day in a conversation that I found most fascinating, but the answer she gave me, who stood out in my mind the most is when I asked what he thought of American Ballet. My question was who gave his reply and I will never forget that I cite as "ballet American, French and British are very strong and good, but we are the best." A statement would be difficult to argue that prompted my return, as is the "dream team" of basketball. My comment is made because it was year that Jordan, Bird, Magic Johnson, Carl Malone and many others have shown incredible talent at the Olympic Games Barcelona team already dream of the "legendary". That day in the room, which had been designated to the Bolshoi, I also I must mention other members of Bolshoi, one of them to a friend Ana said he had received offers from several American ballet companies more money, but afraid to make the move I had heard may be wrong or right that many American ballet companies have gone bankrupt. But he considers the offer that made the Geoffrey Ballet, but was not sure yet. Other things that young ballet dancer told me that has in fact do not watch your diet as much as some of the dancers and found that there were dancers in the Bolshoi had not so much for their dancing skills, but his relations within the party. Of course, I could not say anything on this review, I know nothing about this but I was surprised in his commentary, not so much what he said, but what had I suspect there was a time not so long before it could have serious difficult to say the least. The day had been great, but the night would be just as I went to see the Bolshoi Ballet play in the action scenes many ballets including "Swan Lake", "Sleeping Beauty" and "The Nutcracker" by Tchaikovsky, with others such as " Giselle "by Adams. I remember especially the latter since it was shown my new friend (who, unfortunately, I lost contact with) Anna Petrova in the lead role and he gave a performance. In saying this, but I'm not being a connoisseur of the dance that I am another something like football or sing or act, which makes it difficult for me to give an impartial view of his performance that night, but was beautiful in my eyes the role it played. He danced like a bubble bath, even bouncing on stage, but in the air as he liked all those present, one of them is the president of Chile at the time, Patricio Aylwin. Anna, not only for me, but all members of the Bolshoi does not dance like they dance to the music he was playing for them, but as if their dance was the creation of music, such was the coordination between the music and moves once appeared on this subject. As if it were an image that has been creating music and how it was great night, I saw something that I'll last until the end of my days and not all just for show I saw, but the bonds of friendship that has developed. The next day I went to the Holiday Inn to impeach members of the Bolshoi and especially my friend Anna Petrova, who had agreed to meet at one point only to discover that she and other members of the Bolshoi, they were returning from a lengthy interview they gave to the Chilean press, which lasted over two hours. However, I do not mind waiting, as it was while I was doing that I met a man of Chile, who had been one of the leaders to bring the Bolshoi in Chile. We, as can be expected that the Bolshoi has spoken (in Spanish) and how they had been allowed to come to Chile, Pinochet was president now no more. Freedom of expression, however, did not come as the government, influenced by the Catholic Church had banned the group British heavy metal band Iron Maiden "played Santiago on his 1992 tour of South America. Once my friend Anna returned to the hotel of our time was limited to say goodbye given his late arrival (which he apologized for) and the fact that she and the rest of the Bolshoi had little time to make your flight on time. Anna and I went for a walk around the hotel, which must have lasted about 15 minutes in which we are not talking about ballet, but our lives and tastes music, its application as Elvis Presley, outside of Tchaikovsky and I say they have been found for Iron Maiden, with the exception of the opera and classical music. Unfortunately the weather was not on our side that I wanted to take him to a place for lunch because Nice that, not so much because of my physical attraction to her, but my desire to enjoy his company, but it's not because we have restricted to addresses exchange, so I can send him the photos I had taken. For my part, I bought a flower from a street vendor as a sign of the short time friendly but we have had together. I would like to send photos to your pain, I'm honestly not sure that he never received as I have no answer for her, but this does not matter as much as I was very happy, I not only met with the Bolshoi, but with Anna Petrova. About the Author

My name is Gianni Truvianni, I am an author who writes with the simple aim of sharing his ideas, thoughts and so much more of what I am with those who are interested in perhaps reading something new. As for the details regarding my life I would say that there is nothing that lifts them above the ordinary. I was born in New York City in 1967 on May 21st and am presently living in Warsaw, Poland where I wrote my first book “New York’s Opera Society” now Available on Amazon.

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