THE HK DERBY AND A MYSTIC JOURNEY FOR THE GOOD OF HORSE RACING

By Hans Ebert
@HansEbertMusic
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If Waikuku doesn’t win the HK Derby, someone close to me won’t be happy. And as misery loves company, this will mean sharing the disappointment and and going out for dinner sure to be a downbeat and hardly a fifty shades of grey evening.

This is why, I want Waikuku to win. This is my emotional attachment to the horse. Knowing how much winning this race means to her- her favourite horse racing in Hong Kong- and how it might spice up the relationship. One lives in hope.

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BEING DON DRAPER

By Hans Ebert
@HansEbertMusic
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I won’t ever stop creating. Creating, especially, music, but more and more being drawn to what some might label “indie films”. These days, it seems there’s a need for everything to have labels. It seems to give something relevance. It’s like today’s mot de jour: Ping- as in, “Let me PING you something.” Ping? Really? Hipster talk? Not another plate of warmed over waffles and clich├ęs?

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