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About JonathanCT

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    Chetumal Quintana Roo, Mexico
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  1. My Dear Iconers I Just Want to Wish You A Merry Christmas Eve!!! Have a lot of fun and a lot of presents! I Love You To all Iconers, Specially my Friends Here This Year was Wonderful for me Join to Icon was the best! So. Patrick, Norma♥♥, Christian, Ricardo, Rodrigo, Debby♥♥, Ilaria, Edison, Jonathan (Tocayo), Carlitos My Hombresito, Rachel ♥♥♥, Mario, Kel ♥♥ , Dan, David and Johann and All! Thank you very much for your friendship and My ***CENSORED*** TEAM!!!! Of Course Siany Sexylicious and MikeySpanky Love You My Sista and My Dad Mikey (hahaha just kidding Mikey) Love You Guys! And Enjoy, Forgive, and Have Fun Tonight!!!! xxx With So Much Love Kisses & Hugs from MÉXICO!!!!! JONATHAN <3
  2. Lady GaGa Won 3 EMA's in Madrid!!! Best Pop Video For Alejandro Best Female Video For Telephone Ft. Beyonce Best Song For Bad Romance Congratulations!!!!
  3. 17 Years Ago: The Girlie Show In South America And México November 30th and 31st in BUENOS AIRES ARGENTINA! November 3rd: Sao Paulo Brazil!!! November 6th: Rio De Janeiro Brazil!!! November 10th, 12th & 13th: MÉXICO!!! Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez!
  4. Well, this days are been hard for me! a lot of pression in the College, My BF is in a trip and I argue with a friend 2 hours ago Why people doesn't aprreciate a friendship? I give all for my Friends and They Doesn't care? So I'm really happy listening Madonna She MAke my Sunny day and She understand me her songs are my religion and I'm Happy for that! Blond Ambition Is The BEST! Open your heart to me, baby I hold the lock and you hold the Key... (8) Love U JoseL Thanks for this week and My friends here in Icon thanks for your comments I love You Guys :')
  5. JonathanCT


    I Just Wanna To Say: I'm not going to forgive You! In few words you detroy me today But I'm strong and I'm going to go alone I don't need someone like you! La Venganza es un platillo que se devora frio!!! (Revange is a dish that Enjoy It Very Cold) So Ya Viene La Mia! "I don't wanna Hear, I don't wanna know" ***CENSORED*** YOU SELFISH MOTHERFUCKER!!!!!
  6. JonathanCT

    My 19

    I Would Like to Share With You Some Pics of my 19's B-Day Party! Here We go! My Friend Sophie! With My Friend Alejandra Me <3 With My Friend Zitlaly With My Friend Israel With Zitlaly Again My Friends and Classmates <3 With My Friend Zitlaly Again! Me, Zitlaly, Sophie & Israel <3 HBD To Me <:0 Israel, Zitlaly & Me!!!! Israel, Alejandra & Me huhuhu W I T H A L E J A N D R A...!!!!!!!!!!!!! Zitlaly, Alejandra & Me <3 With Israel (I Was a Little Drunk huhuhu) Israel With My Wife Cecilia (hahaha She's My BEST FRIEND From Highschool)!!!! With My BEST FRIENDS!!!! Arlene (Blue blouse), Me (Orange T-Shirt), Zitlaly (White Blouse), Israel (checkered shirt), & Blanca (Red blouse), i think that was 2:00 AM and we were a Little Drunk huhuhuhuhu Love My Friends thanks for wish me a happy day Iconers: Johnxbalt, Edison, Madonna4everandever, mad96, Chis12069, Maia_012, Jonathan, Edison, Debby <3, Cynthia, Alonso & Ricardo Thanks for your Wishes! Love U Friends!
  7. Hola paso a informarle que la Edicion de Agosto de La Revista "Madonna México" esta disponible en la siguiente pagina http://issuu.com/madonnamexico/docs/madonna_revista_agosto'>http://issuu.com/madonnamexico/docs/madonna_revista_agosto No olviden hacer sus comentarios en la pagina o mandarlos al correo que aparece al final o a mi Profile! Disfruntenla ya que esta en Español y realizada por gente Mexicana para el publico Latino Noticias, biografias, discos, artistas y demas Solo en Madonna México!!! Please Support our Magazine!!! It's in Spanish! http://issuu.com/madonnamexico/docs/madonna_revista_agosto
  8. Jimena Navarrete is the the Miss Universo, She's The Second Mexican winner The first one was Lupita Jones In 1991 This is a Great New For Mexican people, We're proud of you! Congratulations!!!! Mexico Loves U Girls!!!! And Special Congratulation for the Hard Work of Lupita Jones She's infront of the "Nuestra Belleza Mexico" She prepares all the girls each year!!!! In this Moments "Mexicans Do It Better" Congratulation to the other girls all Beautiful and almost Latin Girls One more time "Latin America are full of Beautiful and Wonderful Woman" CONGRATULATIONS AGAIN!
  9. JonathanCT

    Wishes <3

    Hello Guys! I just wanna to Wish You All of you a Wonderful Week!!! and a Happy and Perfect Monday! I Love You Guys and I Wish You Lucky and sO Much Love for this new Week! Los Amo Feliz Inicio De Semana TTYS JonathanR ;P
  10. Madonna! I Wanna Wish You A Happy B-Day To My Lucky Star! Thank You So Much For Your Music, Videos, Concerts!!!!!!! Thanks For be Part Of My Life! Thanks to your songs for Been My Problems Solutions Your Ballads, Your Classics, The Newest and The Oldest!!! Jus Pefect Madonna!!!!! Maybe I can't go to a concert or Maybe have not All the Records But Inside Of Me! The Love that I Feel for You It's Stronger Everyday of My Life! Every Little Thing That You Say Or Do... I LOVE YOU SO MUCH! Tomorrow I'm going to share My Own Celebration Video! Madonna You Are The Only Queen! Nobody Like You! You Are The Queen! "LONG LIVE THE QUEEN"
  11. BIOGRAPHY: Frida Kahlo de Rivera (July 6, 1907 – July 13, 1954; born Magdalena Carmen FriedaKahlo y Calderón) was a Mexican painter, born in Coyoacán. Perhaps best known for her self-portraits, Kahlo's work is remembered for its "pain and passion",and its intense, vibrant colors. Her work has been celebrated in Mexico as emblematic of national tradition, and by feminists for its uncompromising depiction of the female experience and form. Mexican culture, and Amerindian cultural tradition, figured prominently in her work, which has sometimes been characterized as Naïve art or folk art. Her work has also been described as "surrealist", and in 1938 one surrealist described Kahlo herself as a "ribbon around a bomb". Kahlo was married to the prominent Mexican artist Diego Rivera. Childhood and family Frida Kahlo was born on July 6, 1907 in the house of her parents, known as La Casa Azul (The Blue House), in Coyoacán. At the time, it was a small town on the outskirts of Mexico City. Her father, Guillermo Kahlo (1871–1941), was born Carl Wilhelm Kahlo in Pforzheim, Germany, the son of Henriette Kaufmann and Jakob Heinrich Kahlo. While Frida herself maintained that her father was of Hungarian-Jewish ancestry, one set of researchers have established that Guillermo Kahlo's parents were not Jewish but Lutheran Germans. Guillermo Kahlo sailed to Mexico in 1891 at the age of nineteen and, upon his arrival, changed his German forename, Wilhelm, to its Spanish equivalent, 'Guillermo'. Frida's mother, Matilde Calderón y Gonzalez, was a devout Catholic of primarily indigenous, as well as Spanish descent. Frida's parents were married shortly after the death of Guillermo's first wife during the birth of her second child. Although their marriage was quite unhappy, Guillermo and Matilde had four daughters, with Frida being the third. She had two older half sisters. Frida remarked that she grew up in a world surrounded by females. Throughout most of her life, however, Frida remained close to her father. Her family remains a presence in the artistic world to this date; the actress, writer and singer Dulce María is her great grand-niece. The Mexican Revolution began in 1910 when Kahlo was three. Later Kahlo claimed that she was born in 1910 so people would directly associate her with the revolution. In her writings, she recalled that her mother would usher her and her sisters inside the house as gunfire echoed in the streets of her hometown. Occasionally, men would leap over the walls into their backyard and sometimes her mother would prepare a meal for the hungry revolutionaries. Kahlo contracted polio at age six, which left her right leg thinner than the left, which Kahlo disguised by wearing long, colorful skirts. It has been conjectured that she also suffered from spina bifida, a congenital disease that could have affected both spinal and leg development. As a girl, she participated in boxing and other sports. In 1922, Kahlo was enrolled in the Preparatoria, one of Mexico's premier schools, where she was one of only thirty-five girls. Kahlo joined a clique at the school and fell in love with the leader, Alejandro Gomez Arias. During this period, Kahlo also witnessed violent armed struggles in the streets of Mexico City as the Mexican Revolution continued. On September 17, 1925, Kahlo was riding in a bus when the vehicle collided with a trolley car. She suffered serious injuries in the accident, including a broken spinal column, a broken collarbone, broken ribs, a broken pelvis, eleven fractures in her right leg, a crushed and dislocated right foot, and a dislocated shoulder. An iron handrail pierced her abdomen and her uterus, which seriously damaged her reproductive ability. Although she recovered from her injuries and eventually regained her ability to walk, she was plagued by relapses of extreme pain for the remainder of her life. The pain was intense and often left her confined to a hospital or bedridden for months at a time. She underwent as many as thirty-five operations as a result of the accident, mainly on her back, her right leg and her right foot. Carier As A Pinter: After the accident, Kahlo turned her attention away from the study of medicine to begin a full-time painting career. The accident left her in a great deal of pain while she recovered in a full body cast; she painted to occupy her time during her temporary state of immobilization. Her self-portraits became a dominant part of her life when she was immobile for three months after her accident. Kahlo once said, "I paint myself because I am often alone and I am the subject I know best." Her mother had a special easel made for her so she could paint in bed, and her father lent her his box of oil paints and some brushes. Drawing on personal experiences, including her marriage, her miscarriages, and her numerous operations, Kahlo's works often are characterized by their stark portrayals of pain. Of her 143 paintings, 55 are self-portraits which often incorporate symbolic portrayals of physical and psychological wounds. She insisted, "I never painted dreams. I painted my own reality." Kahlo was influenced by indigenous Mexican culture, which is apparent in her use of bright colors and dramatic symbolism. She frequently included the symbolic monkey. In Mexican mythology, monkeys are symbols of lust, but Kahlo portrayed them as tender and protective symbols. Christian and Jewish themes are often depicted in her work. She combined elements of the classic religious Mexican tradition with surrealist renderings. Kahlo created a few drawings of "portraits," but unlike her paintings, they were more abstract. She did one of her husband, Diego Rivera, and of herself. At the invitation of André Breton, she went to France in 1939 and was featured at an exhibition of her paintings in Paris. The Louvre bought one of her paintings, The Frame, which was displayed at the exhibit. This was the first work by a 20th century Mexican artist ever purchased by the internationally renowned museum. MARRIAGE: As a young artist, Kahlo approached the Mexican painter, Diego Rivera, whose work she admired, asking him for advice about pursuing art as a career. He recognized her talent and her unique expression as truly special and uniquely Mexican. He encouraged her artistic development and began an intimate relationship with Frida. They were married in 1929, despite the disapproval of Frida's mother. Their marriage was often tumultuous. Kahlo and Rivera had fiery temperaments and had numerous extramarital affairs. The openly bisexual Kahlo had affairs with both men and women, including Josephine Baker; Rivera knew of and tolerated her relationships with women, but her relationships with men made him jealous. For her part, Kahlo was furious when she learned that Rivera had an affair with her younger sister, Cristina. The couple eventually divorced in November 1939, but remarried in December 1940. Their second marriage was as turbulent as the first. Their living quarters often were separate, although sometimes adjacent. LATER YEARS AND DEAD: Active communist sympathizers, Kahlo and Rivera befriended Leon Trotsky as he sought political sanctuary from Joseph Stalin's regime in the Soviet Union during the late 1930s. In 1937 initially, Trotsky lived with Rivera and then at Kahlo's home (where he had an affair with Kahlo). Trotsky and his wife then moved to another house in Coyoacán where, later, in 1940 he was assassinated. A few days before Frida Kahlo died on July 13, 1954, she wrote in her diary: "I hope the exit is joyful — and I hope never to return — Frida". The official cause of death was given as a pulmonary embolism, although some suspected that she died from an overdose that may or may not have been accidental. An autopsy was never performed. She had been very ill throughout the previous year and her right leg had been amputated at the knee, owing to gangrene. She had a bout of bronchopneumonia near that time, which had left her quite frail. Later, in his autobiography, Diego Rivera wrote that the day Kahlo died was the most tragic day of his life, adding that, too late, he had realized that the most wonderful part of his life had been his love for her. A pre-Columbian urn holding her ashes is on display in her former home, La Casa Azul (The Blue House), in Coyoacán, which since 1958 has been maintained as a museum housing a number of her works of art and numerous relics from her personal life. POSTHUMOUS RECOGNITION: Kahlo's work was not widely recognized until decades after her death. Often she was popularly remembered only as Diego Rivera's wife. It was not until the early 1980s, when the artistic movement in Mexico known as Neomexicanismo began, that she became very prominent. This movement recognized the values of contemporary Mexican culture; it was the moment when artists such as Kahlo, Abraham Ángel, Ángel Zárraga, and others became household names and Helguera's classical calendar paintings achieved fame. During the same decade other factors helped to establish her success. The first retrospective of Frida Kahlo’s work outside Mexico (exhibited alongside the photographs of Tina Modotti) opened at the Whitechapel Gallery in London in May 1982, organized and co-curated by Peter Wollen and Laura Mulvey. The exhibition was also shown in Sweden, Germany, New York and Mexico City. The movie Frida, naturaleza viva (1983), directed by Paul Leduc with Ofelia Medina as Frida and painter Juan José Gurrola as Diego, was a huge success. For the rest of her life, Medina has remained in a sort of perpetual Frida role. Also during the same time, Hayden Herrera published a determinant and influential biography: Frida: The Biography of Frida Kahlo, which became a worldwide bestseller. Raquel Tibol, a Mexican artist and personal friend of Frida, wrote Frida Kahlo: una vida abier Other works about her include a biography by Mexican art critic and psychoanalyst Teresa del Conde and texts by other Mexican critics and theorists, such as Jorge Alberto Manrique. In 1991, the opera Frida by Robert Xavier Rodriguez, commissioned by the American Music Theater Festival, premiered in Philadelphia. In 1994, American jazz flautist and composer James Newton released an album inspired by Kahlo titled Suite for Frida Kahlo on AudioQuest Music (now known as Sledgehammer Blues). On June 21, 2001, she became the first Hispanic woman to be honored with a U.S. postage stamp. In 2002, the American biographical film Frida, directed by Julie Taymor, in which Salma Hayek portrayed the artist, was released. The film was based on Herrera's book. It grossed US$ 58 million worldwide. In 2006, Kahlo's 1943 painting Roots set a US$ 5.6 million auction record for a Latin American work. The 2009 novel by Barbara Kingsolver, "The Lacuna," prominently features Kahlo, her life with Rivera, and her affair with Trotsky. On July 6, 2010, to commemorate her birthday, Google altered its standard logo to include a portrait of Frida, depicted in her style of art. Centennial celebrations The 100th anniversary of the birth of Frida Kahlo honored her with the largest exhibit ever held of her paintings at the Museum of the Fine Arts Palace, Kahlo's first comprehensive exhibit in Mexico. Works were on loan from Detroit, Minneapolis, Miami, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Nagoya, Japan. The exhibit included one-third of her artistic production, as well as manuscripts and letters that had not been displayed previously. The exhibit was open June 13 through August 12, 2007 and broke all attendance records at the museum. Some of her work was on exhibit in Monterrey, Nuevo León, and moved in September 2007 to museums in the United States. In 2008, a Frida Kahlo exhibition in the United States with over forty of her self-portraits, still lifes, and portraits was shown at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and other venues. Previously, the most recent international exhibition of Kahlo's work had been in 2005 in London, which brought together eighty-seven of her works. La Casa Azul Kahlo's Casa Azul (Blue House) in Coyoacán, Mexico City, where she lived and worked, was donated by Diego Rivera upon his death in 1957 and is now a museum housing artifacts of her life. Her former home is a popular destination for tourists.
  12. JonathanCT


    Son las 11:18 de la noche, se supone que debo estar haciendo mi tarea de Italiano! en el Ares se escucha Ya No Vives en Mi de Yuri, y simplemente no puedo hacer nada, hoy me siento estupido de nuevo regreso esa vieja trsiteza que pues la misma de siempre. Simplemente xk no puedo vivir tranquilo y en paz, porque tengo que finjir una sonrisa cuando bien la podria sacar naturalmente, que estoy pagando o que castigo estoy pagando para vivir asi, cada dia se pierden mas las esperanzas y por alguna razon aún guardo unas pocas que son las que me ayudan a salir adelante. La verdad aveces pienso que es lo que hago mal o que deberia hacer para simplemente estar tranquilo, necesito tranquilidad me urge estar despejado estar solo. Muchas veces he querido llamarte, saber de ti, afortunadamente no te he visto mas que ayer y me ignoraste como siempre! Tu Face es un iman para mi porque aunque mi razon sabe que jamas volvera a pasar eso mi estupido Corazon no lo entiende! Me duele el no saber que quieres de mi! Mi amistad o algo mas! eres tan pero tan impredicible un dia me hablas y otro me ignoras, Que es lo que quieres de mi eh? Sabes que te amo y se que te lo dije de mala forma pero LO DIJE! Te Amo enserio y en vez de odiarme me hablas lo que aumenta mi certidumbre, no se si me saludas por cortesia o por algo mas, veo que me observs y cambias la mirada no puedo sostenerte la mirada dios tienes el control sobre mi!. No se si afortunada o desafortunadamente estaremos juntos el resto de la carrera! en la misma especializacion seremos solo tu y yo! sera por eso que decidiste hacer las pases conmigo? Fuiste un caballero al comportarte a la altura despues de lo que paso es estupida noche donde el jodido fui yo! Ahora suena No puedo Mas de Yuri y No puedo mas te necesito a mi lado pero jamas te tendre, quiero dormir contigo y ser solo para ti pero parece que tu no quieres lo mismo y me duele aceptarlo pero aun no puedo! Quisiera que fueras sincero conmigo y me hables de frente pero sincero de que si desde aqueya noche quedo todo claro! Ahora me siento mejor, por ahora NO SABES CUANTO TE AMO! Y Cuanto te extraño seguire callando... por ahora... Corazón Corazón Yo Te Pido Amor Necesito Sentir Vibrar Mi Cuerpo... Cual Adios? Donde ni siquiera hubo afecto, ni respeto menos amor. Cual Dolor? donde la pena tiene por morada un corazon sin mi corazon despues de tantas lagrimas lloradas, quedarme sin ti es haber perdido nada... Si piensas que sin ti voy a morir hace tiempo que tu ya no vives en mi! ... Continuará!
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