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Cirque du Soleil

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  • personal and travel
  • May 25th, 2005

    Saw the O from Cirque du Soleil when I was Vegas. It was one of the most amazing show I’ve seen. The show starts with a member of the audience being dragged on stage, and the curtain opens up to a amazing Tim Burton world. With French color guards and carousel horses, ballet girl and half bodies man, all floating and dancing in the air. Immediately you are sucked into this surreal world the choreographer carefully created. Those who are interested in the soundtrack and are on m4a, let me know.

    The storyline (if there is such a thing in
    Cirque du Soleil shows) is about a boy (the guy from the sudience) chasing after a beautiful young girl with into this imagenary world. The chase lead the audience from one scene to another. Everytime he is almost there, the girl would slip out of his hand. It is as if that beautiful young girl exist only in his imagination.

    In a way it reminds me of one of my friend. She is relatively sucessful accountant, pretty hot, dances well. But she set her standard so high that turn off a of of really nice guys. She wants someone who are more successful and more educated than she is, socially popular, funny, open doors and pull out chairs for her. Someone who knows about wine, someone who can take her to operas and shows and state dinners. It is as if she keep chasing this imaginary guy who doesn’t exist.

    I was talking to Tracy the other day. Is it true that our education limit the pool of potential mates? She just got a master from Yale, and I was telling her how difficult it is to find someone who can share a conversation with you. Appearantly she had that same conversation with Edith a while ago. Is higher edication adversely affecting morden women finding their singnificant others?

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