Thursday, June 29, 2006

| ghost of me



My house streamyx is back. Unfortunately, I'm too busy at work to be able to enjoy much of its return. Sure, I do finish work at around 5.30pm but the day doesn't end just there if you know what I mean. Commitments; I have plenty of them. It's a constant repetition of a never ending cycle that goes on till I'm out of university. In fact, I can even tell you my daily routine from Monday to Friday but, I wouldn't wanna bore you guys.


saw a brand new optical mouse that no one was using
~ it's mine now


Who am I kidding? I'm gonna tell you guys anyway, just for the sake of me killing time in the office (which I have plenty, by the way). So, here goes~
Monday:
8am - 5.30pm : Work (office)
6pm - 10pm : GerX (including dinner, pasar malam and disturbing the twins)
10.30pm - 12pm : Work (home)

Tuesday:
8am - 5.30pm : Work (office)
6pm - 7.20pm : Dinner
7.30pm - 10/11pm : CF
11pm - 12/1am : Supper (with CF)

Wednesday:
8am - 5.30pm : Work (office)
6pm - 7pm : Rest at GerX's house
7pm - 10pm : GerX (dinner and pasar malam)
10.30pm - 12pm : Misc online surfing

Thursday:
8am - 5.30pm : Work (office)
6pm - 7pm : Rest at GerX's place
7pm - 10/11pm : Care Group (includes dinner and maybe supper)

Friday:
8am - 5.30pm : Work (office)
6pm - 10pm : GerX (including dinner, pasar malam and disturbing the twins)
10.30pm - 12pm : Rest and misc stuff


coffee and cactus - my friends who keeps me company


Doesn't sound too bad eh? Try living it - if you can. Honestly, I'm getting more and more tired each day due to the fact that I come home later and later almost every night. I don't really feel it now but i know it's slowing starting to take its toll on my body. At first, when I woke up from bed at 7am, my body is well rested and my mind is tired. But now, my mind is even more tired and my body is starting to feel rather weak.



during lunch hour, i'll stand out here and stare
into the nothingness that stares back at me~


Bleh~ I need not worry about such trivial matters. After all, I am wontdieone. I can push my body and strain my mind long enough to keep me going everyday. And the best part is that I won't die - I'll just suffer a lot. ahaks~


the only way up, is raining above the umbrella


Working in this environment gives me a lot of free time to think while waiting for the huge 2GB database to load up unto my program. One of things that pop into my mind are immortals - if there are any, that is. Immortals must be a group of very lonely peoples. To watch friends and loved ones pass away while he remains in the prime his youth must be devastating. To feel all the pain the world afflicts on him but not able to free himself with death must be very hard. Yea~ Very hard indeed.

my chemical romance
ghost of you

I never,
Said I'd lie and wait forever
If I did we'd be together now
I can't always just forget her
But she could try

At the end of the world
Or the last thing I see
You are
Never coming home
Never coming home
Could I?
Should I?
And all the things that you never ever told me
And all the smiles that are ever ever


Ever,
Get the feeling that you're never
All alone and I remember now
At the top of my lungs in my arms she dies
She dies

At the end of the world
Or the last thing I see
You are
Never coming home
Never coming home
Could I?
Should I?
And all the things that you never ever told me
And all the smiles that are ever gonna haunt me
Never coming home
Never coming home
Could I?
Should I?
And all the wounds that are ever gonna scar me
For all the ghosts that are never gonna catch me


If I fall...
If I fall...
Down

At the end of the world
Or the last thing I see
You are
Never coming home
Never coming home
Never coming home
Never coming home
And all the things that you never ever told me
And all the smiles that are ever gonna haunt me
Never coming home
Never coming home
Could I?
Should I?
And all the wounds that are ever gonna scar me
For all the ghosts that are never gonna

Tuesday, June 27, 2006

| lonely cubicle 7

Crazy. Tired and slightly crazed, last night I slept kinda late.. Stoner in the morning, GerX was scolding. Haha~

I wanna go back to campus, and sleep in every lecture hall. I wanna break free from my shell, and start doing things for myself.

I'm getting tired of everything, so tired of the repetition. I'm the played-out winner, with a choking consolation.

But I'm stuck in this mess, caught up with everything unable to rest. Lost all my wants and desire, I end up giving others my best.

How I envy this world I'm in, filled with blissful ignorance. But the God I know and love, has for me a little providence.

He tells me that I'm a blessing to others, though my hurts have worn me dry. Unable to have what I want, He says it's a blessing in disguise.

Help me let go of these feelings, that hold me down to my doom. Let me understand Your truth, that I may advert my eyes back to You.

Surat Khabar Lama! Old Newspaper It sounds so noisy~

Thursday, June 22, 2006

| be my escape

Some days work is fun, some days it ain't at all. Some days work is mediocre, some days it's filled with lots of fun work. Some days - no work. Those days with no work has got to be the most boring'est thingy days in the history of thingies.. an days. (does it make sense?) Those days seems to last for eternity and eternity, my friend, is a long time.. 9 working hours to be exact. ahaks~


staring into nothing - seriously


It's my 3rd day of the 3rd week of the 3rd year of Industrial Training and I've done absolutely nothing for the past 3 days. I'm sooooo bored!! My cubicle is next to the walk way and people can look in from the glass panel, therefore I can't sleep. And since I can't sleep while working I'm forced to stare in front of the computer screen while trying to cook up new ideas of things that I can do. If you haven't ask; yes, I've been bugging my supervisor to give me something to do. With such attitude, which HR dude wouldn't wanna hire me eh?

i confess, i've slept in the toilet before~

Last weekend was good. Went up to Seremban on Friday evening to enjoy a short 3 days holiday which I desperately need. On Saturday GerX and her family and I went up to KL. Our first stop was Plaza Low Yat but her dad must've heard wrongly, we ended up at some other shopping complex. Funny though. When I step foot into 'Low Yat' my first thoughts were, "Wow~ Low Yat sure changed a lot. Big lights, lots of retail stalls and makan places". I was sleeping while on the way to KL, so don't blame me for being blur and acting stupid. :P Anyway, upon realization of our error.. error.. error.. (think Euro Trip), GerX dad was patient enough to drive us all the way to the 'real' Low Yat Plaza.


the upcoming Melaka Mall
note: moon was added to make the pic look nice


Heh~ Low Yat hasn't changed at all. Tall shopping complex filled with computer shops and gadgetries.. if there's such a word *checks Wikipedia*. Yup, there is. Aneeweyy, we had 3 hours to shop, find some makan place and get our butts to MPO KLCC before the show starts. GerX wanted to find the old PIXMA 1000 series printer but unfortunately it's obsolete, so we settled for a new Kingston 512MB DDR2 RAM while her bro got himself a Samsung 740N 17" LCD monitor. Coming to Low Yat, seeing all those sweet, sweet gadgets and watching them buy those stuffs makes me feel slightly envious and wish that I was rich *sigh*. Fortunately I'm not so pathetic. On to dinner and MPO.


sounds like some ah ma's shop


We ate in KLCC's Madam Kwan's. It's a rather exclusive restaurant, despite its name. According to GerX their specialty is their Nasi Lemak (translates to Fat Rice) and so I played along with it. After looking at their menu, blood almost spurt out of my nose. RM15 for a plate of nasi lemak?! After ordering and waiting for 20 minutes or so, our food finally arrived. Rice with ikan bilis sambal, 2 slices of cucumber, 2 pieces of rendang chicken, half of boiled egg, and fine chicken floss. As much as GerX tried to persuade me that this nasi lemak is very good, I was truly skeptical about it. Come on, who can blame me eh?


puke blood punk


The smells good, lots of coconut milk in it. The sambal well.. I can't comment as I'm a fan of all sambals. The rendang was okay, sadly I got the breast meat, and I don't like chicken breast meat. The boiled egg.. WAS SOOO GOOD!! .:.:.:.:.:. Yeah right~ Who am I kidding. It taste like every other boiled egg that has ever been boiled! Nothing special there. The chicken floss has got to be the funniest thing I've ever seen on a plate of nasi lemak. When they say chicken floss, they really floss the chicken. It's like eating pounded-to-powder chicken. But I've got to admit, it does taste better than the conventional nasi lemak but for RM15, I'd rather stick to the RM1.50 ones. I had almost vomit blood while walking out of the store.


the awesome lights of MPO


MPO was the main event of the trip. We're here because GerX's godsis was the featured pianist. I wore the full-black shirt and slacks that I wore for NOCIV and double that with a rented coat, GerX's dad said that I looked like a bouncer - a short bouncer. Sial~~ But after taking a look in the mirror, hey~! I DO look like a short (insert random vain word) bouncer. MPO's hall was nicely designed. To the inexperience, they wouldn't had notice the architecture of the building, fully absorbing wooden walls. In fact, almost the whole hall is made entirely out of wood, even the seats so that the sound can resonate in it. The position was such that the full power of an orchestra could be heard in every corner of the hall. To a musician, it's sooooo cool.


wish i had a better handphone camera


A sexy voice spoke on the speakers, "For your viewing pleasure, no recording devices, including flahs photography is allowed. Thank you." I obeyed~ I didn't use any flash, just my trusty rusty Nokia 3650 camera. The pieces were great but a few times, they played those really, really slow ones that could just bore you to death. After waiting for more than an hour listening to classical pieces, GerX's godsis, Foo Mei Yee aka The Pianist (i thought it would sound cool to call her 'The Pianist') walked on stage. Humbly bowing her head whilst giving off a sweet smile, she prepared herself to perform for us. She was as graceful as swans swimming in the lake, like salmon going up-stream, like your boss sitting on a toilet bowl. Before you know it, her performance was over, just like most things like ice-cream and that sinfully tempting chocolate. She played for only 15 minutes?! We came all the way here just to see 15 minutes of her. Rip-off!


isn't she cute?


According to GerX's mom, Mei Yee (The Pianist) is a very very talented pianist. Won numerous competitions and is now currently based in the UK as an international pianist. For this event, she was paid RM25k for a 3 nights performance with flight (business class), and lodging all paid for. Can anyone say, daaaammnn~ 25 grand to play for 15 minutes for 3 nights. I wanna marry her.

mean while, back at home..

Alas, on Sunday I returned home along with GerX to celebrate Father's Day. Brother did all the hard work this time. He went to Windmill and asked dad's old friend, Angel (yes, her name is Angel) for a special favor. After picking me up from GerX's place we went home to get ready and headed straight for Windmill. We ordered our individual meals. For me was my usual Grilled Salmon while the others ordered double lamb/sirloin steak and ostrich meat. How fun is it to eat a bird who sticks its head in holes. ahaks~ The food was great and we sat very near the LCD projector and had a good view of the football match that's being showed.

we wish you a merry christmas~ lalala~

Half way through our meal, the screen went blue and then suddenly black. Dad was puzzled and made a small complaint. Out of no where Celine Dion's inspiring music was playing through the speakers. "For all the times you stood by me.. For all the.." And out came the words 'To Liu Hsun Ping' followed by our old family pictures and words. Dad was shocked and was almost in tears. In the end of the flash, the words 'also, in loving memory of..' and the picture of dad, bro and I standing beside my late-grandfather appeared. Dad was deeply touched.. and embarrass but mostly touched. Hope you had the best Father's Day present ever dad.


back to work.. if i had any


Well, that was the weekend. Now I'm back at work, stuck with nothing to do. In fact, I had nothing to do for the past 3 days.. aaand I've just repeated myself again. I've read finish 2 books and now I plan to see how long it will take me to read the bible from Genesis, all the way to Malachi. Boredom has never been so boring. I just feel like escaping from all of these feelings and run away. Far, far away. And I'm begging You to be my escape. *sigh*

relient k
be my escape

i've given up on giving up slowly
i'm blending in so You won't even know me
apart from this whole world that shares my fate
this one last bullet you mention
is my last shot at redemption
because i know to live you must give your life away

and i've been housing all this doubt and insecurity and
i've been locked inside that house all the while You hold the key
and i've been dying to get out and that might be the death of me
and even though, there's no way in knowing where to go
promise i'm going because

i gotta get out of here
i'm stuck inside this rut that i fell into by mistake
yea, i gotta get out of here
and i'm begging You, i'm begging You
i'm begging You to be my escape


i'm giving up on doing this alone now
cause i've failed and i'm ready to be shown how
He's told me the way and i'm trying to get there
and this life sentence that i'm serving
i admit that i'm every bit deserving
but the beauty of grace is that it makes life not fair

and i've been housing all this doubt and insecurity and
i've been locked inside that house all the while You hold the key
and i've been dying to get out and that might be the death of me
and even though, there's no way in knowing where to go
promise i'm going because

i gotta get out of here
cause i'm afraid that this complacency is something i can't shake
yea, i gotta get out of here
and i'm begging You, i'm begging You
i'm begging You to be my escape


i am a hostage to my own humanity
self detained and forced to live in this mess i've made
and all i'm asking is for You to do what You can with me
but i can't ask You to give what You already gave

cause i've been housing all this doubt and insecurity and
i've been locked inside that house all the while You hold the key
and i've been dying to get out and that might be the death of me
and even though, there's no way in knowing where to go
promise i'm going because

i gotta get out of here
i'm stuck inside this rut that i fell into by mistake
yea, i gotta get out of here
and i'm begging You, i'm begging You
i'm begging You to be my escape

Tuesday, June 20, 2006

| a great man : Johnson Suisse



Johnson Suisse was a great man of engineering science.
Always full of new creative and innovative ideas to construct and build.




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His creations and engineering ingenuity,
helped push mankind a step further.




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It is because of him,
that men can stand tall and proud...




while pissing~

Monday, June 19, 2006

| scammers sucks - big time

Last Friday, just before I was going off for my short weekend holiday I stumbled across this site that is one real attention grabber.

Personally, I hate scams. You know, someone says to deliver something of [----] much quality and all you got was just []. A (very) good example would be *ahem* Suxmyx. Get the pic? So yea, this site was about a guy (laptopguy) who paid a significant ammount of cash to another guy (amir) only to get scammed by him. Unfortunately for Amir, his hard drive wasn't cleaned properly thus, enabling laptopguy to retrieve all of Amir's information which include lots of seriously weird pictures of Amir and his entire family info. For a clearer description of what happened, check out his site or http://www.amirtofangsazan.blogspot.com/.

In other news, I just realize that my archives are all missing!! What the hell? Where are my old post mann?! I can't even link that Suxmyx word to the first Suxmyx post! I bet 'they' were behind this. This sucks... so does Suxmyx.

Friday, June 16, 2006

| the 1 week long post

Note: This post was written over a time period of a week. I wrote half of it earlier but didn't wanted to post it up without any pictures. So a week later, after doing some photoshop back at home and storing it in my flash drive, this is the small, accumulated post that after reading it myself, makes no sense.


I've found the cure to growing older. Oh wait.. there is no cure~


I've survive the first week of my Industrial Training and I must say, it ain't as bad as I thought it would be. It's more like half-bad. Yea~ That's what it is; half-bad. On second thought it's not even half-bad. It's more like the Mini-me of bad. The fried onions on top of the wan-tan mee of bad. The Diet Coke of bad. Somewhere along those lines.


office on the left, production-line on the right


At first I was worried about my department, after all, as experienced as I am, I'm still a noob when it comes to working my line of work. Zero-clue as to what I was gonna have to do and the "Logic Department" thing didn't help much either. Fortunately, after being here for a week, I can see that there's nothing that you can't learn. I mean like, I've been flipping through 2 text books just to do some of the stuff my supervisor asked me to do.


over-view of the view


But aside from those work my supervisor throw at me (she calls it 'assignment'), I have absolutely nothing to do in this office/cubicle of mine. The only web sites that I can surf are like Google, Yahoo! Mail, manga sites and Friendster (which is boring me out already), the rest will be blocked out by the server. Heck, they'll even give you the reason why you're denied access. Great huh~? *sigh*


DELL~ can you diggit?


You were denied access because:

Access denied by WebWasher DynaBLocator content category. The requested URL belongs to the following category: Illegal Software, Computer Games.

As you guys can see, I'm getting paid to do nothing here. Either that or my boss didn't expect me to finish up my projects that fast. *ahem* Having a lot of free time gives you plentiful of opportunity to think about things such as the famous, "What am I gonna do with my pay?" question. And since I AM so free, I went online to search for the best graphic card I could find that's within my budget.


new cubicle means new computer


Say hello to MSI nVidia NX6600GT-VTD12 AGP videocard. With 8 pipelines, it comes equipped with 128MB of Samsung GDDR3 BGA memory on a 128-bit memory bus. Clocked at 500 MHz in the core and 900 MHz in the memory. Sounds too little? It seems that this baby can be overclocked and run smoothly at 578 MHz / 1200 MHz, which is as high as a much more expensive card. Speaking of price, it only costs RM530 (in LowYat), which is well within my budget. Yayness~!


MSI NX6600GT-VTD12


Unfortunately, the problem about me and spending money is that I give up buying the stuff that I want easily, normally due to excess thinking and a lot of counting. In the end I made up my mind and I gave up buying that spanking new graphic card. Why, you ask? The logic is really simple though:
1) The 6600GT is a powerful card (cost RM500), thus, it needs a lot of power. My current 300watts power supply just won't cut it, I'll need a new 500watts (450watts minimum) to run the whole cpu.

2) The new 400watts power supply would most probably be around RM400. To really, make the most out of that card is to overclock it and with over clocking would mean better cooling.

3) 3 major VGA cooling manufacturers are Thermalright, Arctic Cool, and Zalman. Thermalright's Ultra V-1 (RM200), Arctic Silencer v3 (RM150), Zalman Delta Fan (RM170).


yes, yes. i know. we made the xBox 360


So now if we would use a little brain power, we can calculate the estimated cost for the whole thing.


motivation quotes


*calculating...*




*still calculating...*




*give me a break would ya?! calculating...*



my new cubic-mates


Got it already? Seen the figures? Remember that I only get RM350 for allowance per month. So with all those things in mind, my heart slipped off my hands and dropped to the floor (in slow motion) and with it, my quest to buy anything for myself. Forget the X (electric guitar). Forget the Digicam. Forget the Handphone. Forget the car. There's absolutely no way I can afford to buy anything that I want. So all I can do for now, is just save, save, save and save... for no reason.


with my sister in church


After 2 weeks of Industrial Training, I've come to the ultimate conclusion about Industrial Training:
~WORK SUCKS WHEN THERE IS NO WORK~



last week's World Cup 06 kick-off


You can gladly test it if you want confirmation. Last Tuesday, I did absolutely NOTHING the WHOLE entire DAY!! And it was VERY seriously BORING! And I should start using less of the italic tag in my post. Anymore and it would be call ABUSING. But you know, it's not so bad too. Work around here is very... easy going. Despite how big the project assigned to you is, you can just somehow relax while doing it (unless the dead-line is at the end of the week). ahaks~


it can get very, very lonely at times


It's Friday and I'll be going to Seremban again for the weekend. Why? Because on Saturday, I'm going too... *drum roll~* MPO!! No, it has no connection with Mahkota Parade. MPO stands for Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra and thus my motive of going there is to enjoy some world-class symphonies that I could easily make in any toilet session. Let your minds wonder kids. Mua-hahahaha~ I'll be back on Sunday aka Father's Day and will most probably post the next day, in my office again, just like today, or now, or whatever.

Chaoz peeps~

Thursday, June 08, 2006

| it's raining men!



There's a hidden limit as to how bored a person can get. It's nearing the end of my 4th day and I'm feeling bored as ever. Here I am, sitting in front of my computer, as I stare at a dump of random data that yeild little meaning to me. As I recall, the codes on the left, starting from 0301 to 9996 are process codes, so instead of going Mounting Process, they call it process 2000. According to my supervisor, it's easier for the supervisors to tell their technicians what process to take.

So yea, the dump of data that staring right back at me in Excel format. Feel like punching it in the face.. or screen. I think I'll just delete its content one cell at a time. The ultimate torture! Muaahahahha~!! Evil I am. I'll start from the last row which is... umm.. Row 74. Mann, it's gonna take some time. Bah~ It's not so bad. After all, I've got like what? An hour till I'm done?

But come to think of it, an hour is still a long time. I'm thinking to myself, "Would I do something as futile as that and let ONE HOUR fly by? Even if I do, how would I know if by the time I'm done torturing the Excel file, I've taken up an hour? What if I'm done deleting and it's only like 20 minutes?? NOOOoooooooooooooo~

what am I gonna do?!

what am I gonna do?!!

what am I gonna do?!

what am I gonna do?

what am I gonna do?!!

what am I gonna do?!

I do it for youuuu~

Anyone who's as old as I am knows that Genting is not as cold as it used to be. I rememer those holiday trips to Genting as a young boy, filled with excitement and adventure. we would breathe out heavily and try to catch the myst that forms from our warm breaths. Alas, those days are gone and so is the chillness of Genting. But it seems I've found myself a new winner. My office.

My office is like a freakin' freezer.. in ANOTHER freezer in Santa's house. All thanks to the production line opposite us that require the cold air to prevent the chips from spoiling. Okay, so I'm a little over-descriptive, but it is quite cold here. The rain didn't help much either. Anyone can tell that it's raining out there when the whole office becomes a freezer in another freezer in Santa's house up in North Pole, just beside 7 Eleven.

I'm beginning to think that the cold air is starting to affect my brain. Later dudes~

Tuesday, June 06, 2006

| Infineon Day 2



I'm working. Yeap, you betcha. Actually I started on Monday but seeing how I don't have any internet connection back at home, (*sigh*) I couldn't share any of my wonderful experiences with you guys. But fear not as I'm typing this in my cubicle, waiting to post this at home and filled it with pictures for your view pleasure. Sounds kinda wrong there huh?


yea right~


So yea, I started on Monday. Went to Infineon's HR Department at 8am sharp only to find myself waiting there for an hour before anyone came to greet the bunch of us waiting here, trainees and new staffs alike. And here we all thought, "Wonderful, someone's here to help us get start with life in Infineon!", *TAAAT!* Wrong answer~


you better believe it, our own cutleries and plastic cup


We didn't have much of an introduction as they felt that trainees aren't permenant staffs here. Fine by me. We're all given a few items that would even challenge the minds of the likes of Dan Brown and made us feel like kindergarten kids once again. Alas by 12pm we were brought to our respective departments. 2 of my coursemates were sent to an IT department but wait, why the hell am I in Advance Logics Department? Sesat to the max I tell ya.


ermm.. shouldn't i be in IT department?



my 1st cubicle with pizza boxes stacked up



upgraded to a better, more advance, freedom of space cubicle



i have a sever pc for a computer


But things aren't so bad after all, I quickly got to know another Industrial Trainee who's been here for 7 months (weird, I know) and my boss Ms Teo. My first task? Fix an Excel document who's VBA source code has gone hay-wire after they upgraded from Excel 2000 to Excel 2003. Sure, no problem... *ahem* What's VBA? Ohhhh, Visual Basic for Application. Visual Basic? I know a few things about that programming language. Macros? What are those? Ohhhh, it is this. Lalala~ My boss was kind enough to lend me her VBA & Macros for Ms Excel textbook. After staring at the screen the whole Monday. I finally manage to fix it the next day. Sweet~


"slowly do okay? take your time and read it" - great..



yummy~


Unfortunately for me, I really really.. really suck at remembering people's name. I've been introduced to a few people by another person who's name I've ALSO forgotten. *sigh* Memory, oh memories, why have thou failed me? I feel even worse when she gave me some mini-fruit tarts to eat. Awww~


my id at the end of the day

Sunday, June 04, 2006

| im back from where ever i was 0.o

Lets talk about some of the stuffs I did before leaving for my 5 days holiday. Actually, there isn't much to talk about. Sitting at home in front of the com surfin and stuff. Either that or out with my ex-high school friends doing weird experiments and venturing back into the fields of biology and anatomy.



not quite what you were thinking huh?


Anyway, I went to Genting Highland. You know, the over-rated holiday location on some highland area called, well, Genting. Originally a casino/hotel thingy, gambling made it flourish into an international tourist attraction for Malaysians. Does that make sense?


misc painting in misc room


Anneeeweii, Genting Highland is seriously getting quite the bore. I mean, come on, I bet all of us have ride all the rides and pranked all the visitors there before. So what is left to do? Nothing much, trust me.


Genting Hotel is no different than First World, really


Oh yea, I went to some magic show with Egyptian settings. They announced before the show started that no flash photography was allowed. I abided to their rule and turn of my flash - I still got caught. Ceh~ Anyway the show was okay-okay only lahh~ Nothing really spectacular, been there, done that you know? Out of 10, I'll give it a score of, ermmm.. 3.141592654 x 2.


the white Siberian Tiger was cute though


I got myself a new hair cut while I was at Seremban 2's Jaya Jusco. Name of the place? X-CUT. Doesn't get any cornier than that huh? "Get your X-CUT, TODAY!"


the old



the new/younger/cuter


Seremban Parade was having some Thai Food Fair yesterday and I tell ya this, the response is overwhelming. It took me like 20 minutes to find a parking space, 10 minutes to follow the smell and 5 minutes to piss in the toilet. *information over-load* So yea, the food's good. Thai style Tom Yam and Prawn Crackers. A very very good combo I tell ya. Actually I lied, the Tom Yam was nothing special other than the soup is really really spicy. The we're selling other stuff like Thai Kerabu and Mango Rice but I guess for RM5 a meal, my budget was kinda steep. Bo Lui Laa~




yummy~


But that was all done and gone. I'm back at home now playing my Battlefield 2, practicing piloting that Apache Longbow that owns the field. Now for the bigger challenge - tomorrow : The first day of my Industrial Training at Infineon Technologies. I bet I'll be the youngest dude there. If I looked young with my old haircut, I look even younger now.


wish me luck peeps~

| it's been a looooong week

I haven't been updating for these past few days. *Everyone shouts D-UHH!* Yea, yea, whatever. Call it a dry spell or winter spell or.. stuff, but I just can't find that Ooomph~ needed to blog something blog-worthy. It feels like Austin Powers when he lost his mo-jo in Austin Powers 2. Yea, it kinda sucks.

Well, I'll still blame this wholes mess on the lousy broadband quality of Malaysia, or specifically, my taman. Ya. That should do it. *clicks around* Oh wait, looks like no one updated their blogs. No clue as to what's going on in their life. So I guess it'll just be me, myself and I again, alone in the darkness of cyberspace that's filled with so much crap I can't begin to talk about shit yet.

Wow, you guy's just read that without stopping. Way to go~ In anycase..
GO UPDATE LARR!!


Good nite peeps~
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