01 de febrer 2007

Massa Crítica - 2 febrer - Els nostres somnis en moviment

Cartell de Fernando Mafé - Massa Crítica febrer


Divendres 2 febrer 2007

19:30h Plaça de la Mare de Deu (Verge)

"Seamos realistas y hagamos lo imposible."

Ernesto Che Guevara

Video clip promoció de la propera Massa Crítica València

6 comentaris:

  1. Acabo de volver de allí. Esperaba encontrarme con una alegría pero sólo vi a unos conocidos... _Mañana en Ca Revolta se presentan los cortos contra el PP JA EN TENIM PROU... que no falte nadie... sábado a las 18h!

  2. LoveSick ... pues yo también he estado ... cada vez llevo a más gente y hoy nuestro grupillo estaba formado por más de diez personas. En total la Massa Crítica ha tenido 250 participantes, en una Massa crítica tranquila pero llena de cánticos.

    No le he visto, no sé como son los Enfermos de amor.

    No sé como tendré la tarde, miraré por internet a ver la programación y si tengo medianamente libre la tarde me pasaré por Ca Revolta. A ver si nos vemos ;)

  3. Mira que me gustan los carteles promocionales de Masa Crítica.

  4. Algún día tendré que ir con los de Massa Crítica pero con la poca seguridad que tengo y los pocos carril-bici de Alicante no me fío de mí misma... me tengo que quitar el miedo, de momento seguiré cogiendo el autobús :(

    Por fin, por fin!!! Sí que estoy en la nueva cuenta de blogger pero es que cada vez que dejaba un comentario el portátil se colgabam se ha puesto en plan trasto viejo...


  5. Lo, por fin lo conseguiste ... bienvenida a la Alegría De La Huerta.

    Respecto a la Massa Crítica, sé que hay una en Alicante y creo que está bien. No dudes en ir y pasártelo bien. Yo fui una vez y desde entonces no falto a ninguna ... de hecho, mis viajes a Barcelona evito que sean el primer fin de semana de mes.

    Mizerable, sí, la verdad esque a mi también me gustan mucho y por eso los pongo mes tras mes.

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