Monday, December 1, 2008

I promise......

I solemnly swear, in front of God and all these witnesses, to not log in to Neopets this December.

Thursday, November 27, 2008

Internal 'Conflict'

There are many departments in each company. Watch what happens when a company's IT department takes on the Sales department! War!

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Early Morning Wake Up Call

It is now 3am. Do you know why I'm up at 3am? IT'S BECAUSE THEY'RE PAVING THE BLOODY ROAD AT 3 IN THE BLOODY AM!

Thursday, November 6, 2008

Obama '08

Well. The KKK must be real busy planning a presidential assasination right now.

Monday, October 6, 2008

Picture Log (plog?)

Firstly, today's interesting happening: Had maintenance works at

a company located at the Tuas industrial area. The vending machines there are selling items at prices as low as ten cents. Really.

(sorry bout that, auto-flash was on)

(the Apollo is going for 10 cents, not 70)

Next up, someting that happened about a month ago, but I kept forgetting to send the pix from my phone to my com...... High speed truck(the big kind that carries gravel and sand and all that) going opposite direction of high speed bus...... No, they did not crash...... A rock(or something) fell off the truck. The result is shown below, and yes, for some reason a SBS Bus Captain was riding in the bus and happily chatting with the SMRT Bus Captain...... You can see them together surveying the damage......

That's all, folks!

Saturday, October 4, 2008

Friday, October 3, 2008

Maintenance Crew

Worked at Fusionopolis today! Ended early, at 4pm!

On a totally unrelated note, watch this video!
(No, it's not Rick Roll.)

Oh yeah, did I mention that my hair's red-ish now?

Monday, September 15, 2008




STUDENT NO. : 100###92F


NRIC/FIN : S89###93Z















Sunday, September 14, 2008

Friday, September 12, 2008


2 things...... Firstly, on 9 Sep 2002, my maternal grandmother passed away.

This year, on 9 Sep 2008, my paternal grandmother passed away.

What timing......


Secondly, I've been playing Mud and Blood 2 alot recently.

Best WW2 game out these past few months,

and I suppose I will keep playing until the new CoH patch comes out.


Sunday, September 7, 2008

Thursday, August 21, 2008


Memo to self:

5 Pershings to take out one King Tiger

A rank 3 M10 loses to a no rank Panther

Knights Cross Holders are afraid of flamethrowers and NOTHING ELSE

The V1 is NOT a nuke

Sandbags suck compared to other heavy cover

Turf Management FIRST, Company of Heroes LATER! ARGH!

Wednesday, August 20, 2008


Chippy's British Beer-battered Fish and Battered Fries with salt and vinegar. What an interesting experience.
Tomorrow and Friday, exams!

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Close one......

Well, I just almost walked out of my house to buy lunch......without my wallet.

Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Monday, August 4, 2008

Friday, August 1, 2008


Your Foot

Try this, it takes only few seconds......

1. While sitting at your desk, lift your right foot off the floor and make clockwise circles with it.

2. Now, while doing this, draw the number "6" in the air with your right hand.. Your foot will change direction!!!

==== oxymorons ====

* assistant supervisor

* new tradition

* original copy

* plastic glass

* uninvited guest

* highly depressed

* live recording

* authentic reproduction

* partial cease-fire

* limited lifetime guarantee

* elevated subway

* dry lake

* true replica

* forward lateral

* standard options

* mandatory volunteer

* mutual differences

* nondairy creamer

* open secret

* resident alien

* silent alarm

* sports sedan

* wireless cable

* mercy killing

* lethal assistance (Contra aid)

* business ethics

* friendly fire

* genuine veneer

* full-time day care

* death benefits

* holy war

Wednesday, July 30, 2008


PCMCIA - People Can't Memorize Computer Industry Acronyms
ISDN - It Still Does Nothing
APPLE - Arrogance Produces Profit-Losing Entity
SCSI - System Can't See It
DOS - Defunct Operating System
BASIC - Bill's Attempt to Seize Industry Control
IBM - I Blame Microsoft
DEC - Do Expect Cuts
CD-ROM - Consumer Device, Rendered Obsolete in Months
OS/2 - Obsolete Soon, Too.
WWW - World Wide Wait
MACINTOSH - Most Applications Crash; If Not, The Operating System Hangs

Thursday, July 24, 2008

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

French 'suicide'

A state prosecutor in Marseilles, France has ruled the death of
politician a suicide, despite the fact that the man was shot five
times. Authorities are sticking to their theory that Andre Isolde shot
himself in the wrist, stomach, groin, and throat, before finally
aiming at his head...

Monday, July 21, 2008

RA3 Q&A question

During one of the Red Alert 3 Q&A sessions, the following was asked:

Will the aircraft have pilots like in C&C Generals, because that was one of the best features of Generals, to promote other units with downed pilots? –nightpish

The team's response:

No, aircraft units are self-contained and don’t have individual pilots. Red Alert 3 pilots are brave, and don’t resort to cowardly acts like ejecting out of their burning aircraft.

Brave, or suicidal?

Monday, July 14, 2008


Seeing as Wikipedia has no copyright but has copyleft instead, here is an interesting story!

Wojtek (1942-1963; ['vɔjtɛk]) usually spelt Voytek in Britain, was a Syrian Brown Bear cub adopted by soldiers of the 22 Kompania Zaopatrywania Artylerii (22nd. Artillery Supply Company) of the Polish II Corps. During the Battle of Monte Cassino, Wojtek helped to move ammunition.

In 1942 a local boy found a bear-cub near Hamadan in Persia (Iran). He sold it to the soldiers of the Polish Army stationed nearby for a couple of canned meat tins. As the bear was less than a year old, it initially had problems swallowing and was fed with condensed milk from an emptied vodka bottle. The bear became quite an attraction for soldiers and civilians alike, and soon became an unofficial mascot of all units stationed nearby. Because of that, it was officially drafted into the Polish Army and was listed among the soldiers of the 22nd Artillery Supply Company of the Polish II Corps. Together with it he moved to Iraq and then through Syria, Palestine and Egypt to southern Italy.

The bear was fed with fruits, marmalade, honey and syrup, and was often rewarded with beer, which became his favourite drink. He also enjoyed eating cigarettes. As one of the officially enlisted "soldiers" of the company, he was sleeping with the other men in their tents or in a special wooden crate transported on lorries. According to numerous accounts, during the Battle of Monte Cassino Wojtek helped his patrons by transporting ammunition - and never dropped any crate. In recognition of the bear's popularity the HQ approved an effigy of a bear holding an artillery shell as the official emblem of the 22nd Company (by then renamed to 22nd Transport Company).

Following the end of World War II in 1945, the bear (along with parts of the II Corps) was transported to Berwickshire in Scotland. Stationed in the village of Hutton, near Duns, Wojtek soon became popular among local civilians and the press. The Polish-Scottish Association made Wojtek one of its honorary members. Following the demobilization, on November 15, 1947, Wojtek was given to the Edinburgh Zoo. There Wojtek spent the rest of his days, often visited by journalists and former Polish soldiers, some of whom would toss him cigarettes. Wojtek died in December of 1963, at the age of 22. At the time of his death he weighed nearly 500 pounds (250 kilograms) and had a length of over 6 feet (180 centimetres).

The media attention contributed to Wojtek's popularity. He was a frequent guest of BBC's Blue Peter program. Among memorial plaques commemorating the bear-soldier are a stone tablet in the Edinburgh Zoo, plaques in the Imperial War Museum and the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa, as well as a monument in Sikorski's Museum in London. There are proposals to erect a memorial in Edinburgh. It is said that Prince Charles, when visiting the Imperial War Museum with his sons, remarked to the guide that there was no need to tell the story of Wojtek since all three of them knew it well.

Sunday, July 13, 2008


Train-spotting is a hobby. Train-flagging is......

The YAM group went for lunch today after service as usual. Destination: Changi Airport
At Tanah Merah station, SOMEONE tried to get the group to all stick our hands out and flag down the incoming train. In the end, she ended up getting one participant for a total of two people:

Friday, June 13, 2008

By William McChesney

I want my breakfast served at eight,

With ham and eggs upon the plate;

A well-broiled steak I'll eat at one,

And dine again when day is done.

I want an ultramodern home

And in each room a telephone;

Soft carpets, too, upon the floors,

And pretty drapes to grace the doors.

A cozy place of lovely things,

Like easy chairs with inner springs,

And then I'll get a small TV--

Of course, "I'm careful what I see."

I want my wardrobe, too, to be

Of neatest, finest quality,

With latest style in suit and vest:

Why should not Christians have the best?

But then the Master I can hear

In no uncertain voice, so clear:

"I bid you come and follow Me,

The lowly Man of Galilee."

If he be God, and died for me,

No sacrifice too great can be

For me, a mortal man, to make;

I'll do it all for Jesus' sake.

Yes, I will tread the path He trod,

No other way to please my God;

So, henceforth, this my choice shall be,

My choice for all eternity.

Wednesday, May 14, 2008


Read this.

So now, the Vatican approves believing in aliens, because apparently, by not believing in aliens, we are placing limits on God's creativity.


Tuesday, May 6, 2008

Tuesday, April 29, 2008


Do I have to say anything, really?

Monday, April 28, 2008


Last weekend's camp was......interesting. As a helper, I ended up running around. And around. And around. I think I have the route between Canteen 1 and Canteen 2 memorized by now.

Lemme see...... Whiskey group was the most enthu. Maybe they were on......I dunno......whiskey? XD

What else...... Sierra's guys had no balls, and, um, Zulu and Juliet merged to form Zuliet. Jay is gay(but I'm sure you already knew that), Ash is as reckless as Ash(Satoshi), Madame President got stressed out, as did some other com members, which led to people getting pissed off. Campers......were at some times high and at other times sianz. I mean, coming in at the end of a night walk thru school sian? Not some, but almost all??? Anyway, at debrief we figured out the problems, so that's not too bad. Well, except that Camp Commandant Ken needed more manpower but decided to assign me......nothing? I spent the whole night walk time in our bunk doing nothing, and he complains of lack of manpower. Not my fault. I wanted in on the night walk, but...... *shrugz*

On a different topic, tomorrow after school, my dad agreed to bring me to Sim Lim to get GTA IV!

Monday, April 14, 2008



Today was CCA Fiesta, and I went to help out after I finished my IS lessons, which I had scheduled for 8-12 hahaha! Wore a tactical vest and walked around holding an SMG which vibrates when the trigger is pulled, making some noise, and each gun had a laser pointer! LOL!

Azri was inspired today! When people ask "Is the gun real?" or "Is it loaded?" my genius friend replies: "Ya, loaded. With laser."

DUDE! Loaded with BATTERIES!!!

Yeah, but othet than that, a regular day. Sorta.

Thursday, April 3, 2008

Release date: 29/04/2008

Yeah, in case you didn't notice, GTA IV is coming out on 29/04/2008. It will be released simultaneously for the Xbox360 and the PS3, with a computer version expected a few months later. Yes, I WILL BE GETTING A COPY. What YOU'RE gonna do about it is, well, up to you. =D

Tuesday, April 1, 2008

The Internet

Take things seriously! All this piracy is bad!

Remember, the Internet is serious business!

For proof, visit to see how serious things are!

Sunday, March 30, 2008

I can has hugz?

humorous pictures
see more crazy cat pics



I don't believe it! Someone actually thinks I'm awesome? What the ****?

Friday, March 28, 2008

Chelsea vs......Malaysia? - Thursday 27th March 2008 5:35:00 PM

Blues head to Asia

Chelsea have announced a pre-season tour to Asia this summer.

Chief Executive Peter Kenyon confirmed the Samsung-Chelsea Asia Tour 2008 at a press conference in Kuala Lumpur on Thursday.

Chelsea will take on a Malaysian Selection, an all-star team of the best players from the Malaysian Super League, in a match currently scheduled for July 29 in Kuala Lumpur.

Club vs Country! LOL! Chelsea fans, pack your bags and book your tickets/hotels! The Blues are headed for Malaysia!

(I'm NOT an EPL fan. Or any soccer league fan. I just play FIFA. Winning Eleven = Crap. I don't like it.)

Thursday, March 27, 2008

Olympic Boycott?

Agence France-Presse - 3/26/2008 2:39 AM GMT

France's Sarkozy raises prospect of Olympic boycott

French President Nicolas Sarkozy left open Tuesday the possibility of boycotting the Beijing Olympics opening ceremony over China's crackdown in Tibet, though other major world leaders vowed to attend.

The White House said that US President George W. Bush still planned to be present for the August 8 opening of the Olympics, and British Prime Minister Gordon Brown's office said he would be there for the closing ceremony on August 24.

But Sarkozy spoke out amid growing political calls for stronger action against the deadly crackdown on anti-Chinese protests in Tibet.

Even countries opposing any boycott have urged China to show restraint handling the demonstrations. Tibet's government in exile said 140 people have been killed in the unrest over the past two weeks, while China says there have been 20 deaths.

Sarkozy, who arrives in Britain for a two-day visit later on Wednesday, said "all options are open" regarding a boycott. He appealed to the "sense of responsibility" of China's leaders over the unrest.

The president's aides specified that France was still considering the possibility of snubbing the opening ceremony, but ruled out boycotting the entire Games.

Alain Bernard, the new French swimming star who set three world records at the European championships, backed a protest of the opening ceremony. "It would send a strong signal to the politicians," he told TF1 television.

It was also announced that the Dalai Lama, the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader, would visit France during the Olympics.

Other countries remained firmly against any boycott.

"The last I checked with the president, no, our position remains that we believe that the purpose of the Olympics is to let international athletes come together and showcase their talents," said White House spokeswoman Dana Perino.

US State Department spokesman Sean McCormack made similar comments, saying, "I'll reiterate our view, and that is that the Olympics is an important international sporting event."

Another US political leader, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, rejected the boycott calls.

"I am not in favour of a boycott of the Olympic Games. The Olympic Games are a sporting event," she told reporters in Barcelona, the Europa Press news agency reported.

In Britain, which will host the 2012 Olympics, Downing Street said Prime Minister Brown was still planning to attend the Beijing closing ceremony.

Other politicians called for mass demonstrations when the Olympic torch passes through London on April 6, and British Foreign Secretary David Miliband said the country would allow Tibet protestors to stage a demonstration when the Olympic torch passes through London.

But Miliband argued for moderation over Tibet, saying "the danger is that people give up on that (peaceful) course and turn to a more violent course of action."

Australia, Germany and Japan have ruled out boycotting the Olympics while urging the Chinese authorities to show restraint. Germany's government said China and the Dalai Lama should reach a peaceful resolution to the crisis.

After protests marred the lighting of the Olympic torch in Greece on Monday, Australian Foreign Minister Stephen Smith promised safe passage for the torch relay when it comes to Canberra on April 24.

"If people want to peacefully protest about the torch or the Olympics or Tibet, that is what Australian society or New Zealand society is all about, but they should do that in a sensible and peaceful way," Smith said.

Japan rejected calls for a boycott, but Foreign Minister Masahiko Komura said: "For China's own sake, it is best to be as open and transparent as possible" handling protests.

Other countries, including Italy, Poland, Spain and Switzerland have said they have no plans to boycott any part of the Olympics.

China meanwhile condemned protests surrounding the torch relay around the world, after three members of the French-based Reporters Sans Frontieres (Reports Without Borders - RSF) disrupted the lighting of the torch ceremony at Ancient Olympia on Monday.

One unfurled a banner demanding a boycott of the Games and another tried to grab the microphone from the chief Chinese Games organiser as he gave a speech.

Two Nobel peace prize winners weighed in Tuesday. South African anti-apartheid hero Desmond Tutu called for China to engage with the Dalai Lama, saying the spiritual leader defined "non-violence and compassion and goodness."

Costa Rica President Oscar Arias, who won the 1987 Nobel peace prize for his efforts to bring peace to Central America and is a friend of the Dalai Lama, said he was against a boycott of the Games. He said "dialogue between civilised people" was needed.

Meanwhile Cuba's government, which has important trade links with China, said it was "strongly opposed to any intention to interfere in China's internal affairs."

And Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said that unrest in Tibet was part of a US plan aimed at boycotting the Olympics.

"The violence in Tibet is the product of a plan of aggression of the United States against China, and in short term, try to boycott the Olympic Games," Chavez said at a meeting of foreign correspondents in Caracas.

"Venezuela supports with passion the celebration of these games," he said.

from MSN News

Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Some thing/s to think about...

Humility is endless.

You’re never too old to make another big mistake.
~Mace Windu’s translation

Tuesday, March 25, 2008

A rude awakening

Well, based on my tagboard, the number of readers here is very very low and can probably be counted on one hand. I shan't bother with the links section as of now. Maybe next time, if I feel like it, or if someone asks for it.

Now on to school matters. My timetable for the next semester states that on every even week's Wednesday, meaning the Wednesdays of week 2, week 4, and so on, of school, I have classes from 10am to 5pm with no breaks in between. At all. None. Zero. What are we expected to do, bring packed lunches into lecture?

But wait! The first hour is a tutorial, and the rest are all practicals! That means packed lunches would not work, either! Any suggestions?

Monday, March 24, 2008


New blogskin means many things disappear! Oh no!

Too tired to think straight. Will continue tomorrow. ZZZzzz......

Before I fall asleep......

Saturday, March 22, 2008

28 things most girls don't know

This got into my inbox thanks to T.C.H.

Message: Guys hate sluts even though
have sex with them!
(oh're not 'popular' if
you've slept with more than 6're a HOE)

--Guys may be flirting around all day
but before they go to sleep, they
always think about the girl they truly
care about.

--Guys go crazy over a girl's smile.

--Guys will do anything just to get
you to notice him

--Guys hate it when you talk about
your ex-boyfriend or ex love-interest.

--Boyfriends need to be reassured
often that they're still loved.

--Don't talk about your guy friends to
your boyfriend.

--Guys get jealous easily.

--Guys are more emotional than they'd
like people to think.

--Giving a guy a hanging message
like 'You know
what?!..uh...nevermind..' would make
him jump to a conclusion that is far
from what you are thinking. And he'll
assume he did something wrong and
he'll obsess about it trying to figure
it out.

--Guys are good flatterers when
courting but they usually stammer when
they talk to a girl they really like.

--A usual act that proves that the guy
likes you is when he teases you.

--Guys love you more than you love
them if they are serious in your

--Guys think WAY too much. One small
thing a girl does, even if she doesn't
notice it can make the guy think about
it for hours, trying to figure out
what it meant.

--Guys seek for advice from girls not
other guys. Because most guys think
alike, so if one guy's confused, then
we're all confused.

--When a guy asks you to leave him
alone, he's just actually
saying, 'Please come and listen to me.'

--If a guy starts to talk seriously,
listen to him. It doesn't happen that
often, so when it does, you know
something's up.

--If your best guy friend seems to
avoid you or is never around when
you're with your boyfriend, he's
probably jealous and likes you.

--When a guy tells you that you are
beautiful, don't say you aren't. It
makes them want to stop telling you
because they don't want you to
disagree with them.

--When a guy looks at you for longer
than a second, he's definitely
thinking something.

--Guys don't like girls who punch
harder than they do.

--A guy has more problems than you can
see with your naked eyes.

--Don't be a snob. Guys can be
intimidated and give up easily.

--Guys talk about girls more than
girls talk about guys.

--Guys hate rejection, but they hate
being led on even more.

--If you are going to reject a guy,
just do it. Don't say they are like a
brother or just good friends, it just
hurts even more. Tell them that you
aren't interested in a relationship
and they will respect you.

--Guys really think that girls are
strange and have unpredictable
decisions and are MADLY confusing but
somehow are drawn even more to them.

--When a guy sacrifices his sleep and
health just to be with you, he really
likes you and wants to be with you as
much as possible.

post this as:
28 things most girls don't know

Tips for girls...get beautiful!

Thursday, March 20, 2008


For a clear and categorized set of the patch notes for Company of Heroes patch 2.300, go here.

Monday, March 17, 2008

Something from the past

If I had my way back then, my top 3 choices for Secondary Schools would have been Xinmin/North Vista/Mayflower. Yeah, and I would have ignored the 2nd Option Form.

I just felt like it, ok?

Saturday, March 15, 2008


I just took a closer look at my results and realised that my best subject was Genetics and Plant Breeding.


Friday, March 14, 2008


Heard of YouTube, have ya? How about FilesTube?






Wednesday, March 12, 2008

That's it?

After 4 days, I finished Assassin's Creed. That was quick......

Monday, March 10, 2008

Vision of the Future

During the night of 6/7 March, I dreamt of a new CoH patch! Later in the day when I went to play the game, there WAS a new patch! Wow...!

I'll be away from here(the blog) for the next week or two because I'll be playing my new games on my new PS3.

Wednesday, March 5, 2008

RE: Physicists Successfully Store and Retrieve Nothing

Kai Yi has some problems understanding this article.

Basically, what it says is that scientists have found a way to store 'nothing', meaning vacuum. Read the article. Please. If you don't get it, then read my interpretation of the article.

The example on light shows that when light is travelling through gas and suddenly stopped, it gets imprinted on the atoms. When you let it move again, there is no more print. Same for the vacuum.

Ok. An easier explanation. Compare it to your computer. Everytime you move your mouse or type there are zeros and ones being created and erased. When you save, it creates an imprint of that particular set of information. The only difference is that when you load a saved file on your computer, the original saved file is still there. When you do that for the vacuum, or for light, the original 'file' is gone.

Now you understand?

Tuesday, February 26, 2008


Dance of the Dragon, a movie filmed in Singapore, is coming out on the 1st of May(tentatively). I remember the set in the tea house, where Jian Min and I both got paid for doing nothing. Well, he got paid for doing nothing. I got paid for sitting in one of the rooms pretending to play chess. Interesting day's work. I'll probably never ever do that again. Ever.

Thursday, February 21, 2008

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

nice sig

TheVOID has a very interesting signature on the relicnews forums:

You like Allied War Machine? Forget AWM! Wait for a Mediterranean expansion and behold the power of Italian War Machine. Get one new German tank for every two of your own tanks retreated off-map. ^_^*

Saturday, February 16, 2008


For the first time ever, last night, I cried while watching a movie. It was just so......sad...... The main character died......
Maybe its because I followed the show from Season 1 Episode 1 until now......
Well, at least he came back to life. Rather, he didn't really die. Sorta.

Wednesday, February 13, 2008


This Valentine's Day, remember 1 John 4:20

If anyone says," I love God," yet hates his brother, he is a liar. For anyone who does not love his brother, whom he has seen, cannot love God, whom he has not seen.

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

What a kiss means

What a kiss means.Share

*Kiss on the stomach-----"lets have sex"
*Kiss on the Forehead ----"Forever you will be mine"
*Kiss on the Ear ---"I'm horny"
*Kiss on the Cheek ---"We're friends"
*Kiss on the Hand ---"I adore you"
*Kiss on the Neck ---"We belong together"
*Kiss on the Shoulder ---"I want you"
*Kiss on the Lips ---"I love you" OR "I want you"

What the gesture means...
*Holding Hands ---"We can learn to love each other"
*Slap on the Butt ---"That's mine"
*Playing with the Ear ---"I can't live without you"
*Holding on tight ---"Don't let go"
*Looking into each other's Eyes ---"Don't leave me"
*Playing with Hair on Head ---"Tell me you love me"
*Arms around the Waist ---"I love you too much to let go"
*Laughing while Kissing ---"I am completely Comfortable with you"

--Advice-- * Don't ask for a kiss, take one.
*If you were thinking about someone while reading this, you're definitely in Love.

--Requirements-- *Post this again after reading!! Or you will have a bad year of Relationships.

If you LIKE, LOVE, OR MISS someone right now and can't get them out of your head then Re-post this within One Minute and Whoever you are missing will surprise you. Repost this as "What a kiss means."

Monday, February 11, 2008


15th Feb, 19th Feb, and 22nd Feb.

Saturday, February 9, 2008

Free Tv?

LONDON - Nearly half of British men surveyed would give up sex for six months in return for a 50-inch plasma TV, a survey — perhaps unsurprisingly carried out for a firm selling televisions — said on Friday.

Electrical retailer Comet surveyed 2,000 Britons, asking them what they would give up for a large television, one of the latest consumer “must-haves.”

The firm found 47 percent of men would give up sex for half a year, compared to just over a third of women.

A quarter of people said they would give up smoking, with roughly the same proportion willing to give up chocolate.

(taken from

Monday, February 4, 2008


Hitler, he only had one ball,
Goering, he had two but very small,
Himmler had something simmler,
But poor old Goebbels had no balls at all.
Whistle Chorus:

Frankfurt has only one beer hall,
Stuttgart, die München all on call,
Munich, vee lift our tunich,
To show vee 'Cherman' have no balls at all.
Whistle Chorus:

Hans Otto is very short, not tall,
And blotto, for drinking Singhai and Skol.
A 'Cherman', unlike Bruce Erwin,
Because Hans Otto has no balls at all.
Whistle Chorus:

Hitler has only got one ball,
The other is in the Albert Hall.
His mother, the dirty bugger,
Cut it off when he was small.
Whistle Chorus:

Thursday, January 31, 2008

22 years on......

Football legend Maradona sorry for 1986 'Hand of God' goal

Argentinian forward Diego Maradona (R) battles English defender Gary Stevens during the World Cup quarterfinal soccer match between Argentina and England 1986 in Mexico City. Maradona apologised in an interview Thursday for his infamous "Hand of God" goal in the 1986 World Cup quarter-finals that cost England a shot at the trophy.

Argentina football legend Diego Maradona apologised in an interview Thursday for his infamous "Hand of God" goal in the 1986 World Cup quarter-finals that cost England a shot at the trophy.

Speaking to The Sun tabloid, Maradona, who scored both goals in the 2-1 victory over England more than 20 years ago, said that if he could go back in time and "change history", he would.

Maradona's first goal in the quarter-final match in Mexico was deemed by the match referee to be a legitimate header past England goalkeeper Peter Shilton but replays confirmed he had illegally punched the ball in with his hand.

The controversy surrounding that incident has, in England at least, long overshadowed Maradona's superb solo second goal, which saw him dribble past five England players before shooting past Shilton.

He told The Sun, speaking through a translator: "If I could apologise and go back and change history I would. But the goal is still a goal. Argentina became world champions and I was the best player in the world."

"I cannot change history. All I can do now is move on."

England's anger at Maradona's handball was further inflamed when, immediately after the match, he said his opening goal was the work of the "hand of God" and the mood of English fans wasn't helped by the fact that Argentina went on to win the World Cup that year, defeating the then West Germany 3-2 in the final.

Maradona, who suffered from a well-chronicled drug problem, also took a swipe at fellow footballing legend Pele, saying that if he had never taken cocaine, "there would be no debate about who was the best footballer the world had ever seen ... Everyone would say me."

"If I had never touched cocaine, I would have been three times as good a player," he added.

In a wide-ranging interview, Maradona said that he was looking for footballing jobs in England, but noted that no firm discussions had taken place with any clubs.

He also criticised former England national team captain David Beckham, whom he described as "just a good player, nothing more ... he's not a great player -- he doesn't belong to the superior group of players."

"There are hundreds of Beckhams playing football all over the world."

Tuesday, January 29, 2008


LD2 proj is almost over...!
Presentation/submission is this Friday.

Sunday, January 27, 2008



Why am I laughing? Because of this!

Thursday, January 24, 2008

try again

Seems like Dr. Koh mistook one column for another. No wonder there were so many strange postings. Well, he says he'll redo it and let us know tomorrow.

The Emperor says:

"Choose someone as a successor and you will inevitably be succeeded.
Choose someone hungrier and you will be devoured.
Choose someone quicker and you won't dodge the blade at your back.
Choose someone with more patience and you won't block the blade at your throat.
Choose someone more devious and you'll hold the blade that kills you.
Choose someone more clever and you'll never know your end.
Despite these cautions, an apprentice is essential. A Master without an apprentice is a Master of nothing."

Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Yr 3 nonsense

Well, my class splits next Sem onwards. That's not too bad, I guess. What's bad is Dr. Koh didn't receive my form saying which Industrial Attachment Programme(IAP) I preferred. I just re-sent it, and I hope he can allocate me to one I prefer. Then again......

For the 3rd-yr project management module, he put me at my 8th choice out of 9. WTF?

Tuesday, January 22, 2008


Last Sat, went for some I&E event, to play FIFA 2008 on PS2. $5 per entry, only 8 ppl went, and their prize money is all the entry fees, so they don't profit at all...... Ha......

To qualify, be the top 2 in your group of 4! Must stick with your team the whole tournament. My results:

Group Stage
Suwon Bluewings - AC Milan 0 - 3
Suwon Bluewings - Real Madrid 2 - 0
Suwon Bluewings - Arsenal 0 - 0


Suwon Bluewings - Manchester United 0 - 3

Well, it would have been 0 - 2 at worst if I played properly after the first goal...... After that match, the remaining guys and one of their buddies who didn't qualify took the $40 and split it amongst the 4 of them. Match fixing?!?!?

Oh yeah, if you don't already have a Kongregate account, go get one and start collecting badges!

Wednesday, January 16, 2008

To Be Loved


To Be Loved

Listen up, turn it up and rock it out
party on, I wanna hear you scream and shout
this is real, as real as it gets
I came to get down to get some fucking respect
taking it back to the hardcore level
you better be ready, put your pedal to the metal
taking it back to the hardcore level
you better be ready, put your pedal to the metal.


Whoa I'll never give in
Whoa I'll never give up
Whoa I'll never give in
And I just wanna be, wanna be loved
Whoa I'll never give in
Whoa I'll never give up
Whoa I'll never give in
And I just wanna be, wanna be loved

I want domination
I want your submission
I see you're not resisting
To this temptation
I've got one confession
A love deprivation
I've got a jet black heart
It's all fucked up and it's falling apart

Whoa I'll never give in
Whoa I'll never give up
Whoa I'll never give in
And I just wanna be, wanna be loved
Whoa I'll never give in
Whoa I'll never give up
Whoa I'll never give in
And I just wanna be, wanna be loved

I've got another confession
I fell to temptation
And there is no question
There was some connection
I've got to follow my heart
No matter how far
I've gotta roll the dice
Never look back and never think twice

Whoa I'll never give in
Whoa I'll never give up
Whoa I'll never give in
And I just wanna be, wanna be loved
Whoa I'll never give in
Whoa I'll never give up
Whoa I'll never give in
And I just wanna be, wanna be loved

Take your past and burn it up and let it go
Carry on; I'm stronger than you'll ever know
That's the deal; you get no respect
You're gonna get yours
You better watch your fucking neck

Take your past and burn it up and let it go
Carry on; I'm stronger than you'll ever know
That's the deal; you get no respect
You're gonna get yours
You better watch your fucking neck

Whoa I'll never give in
Whoa I'll never give up
Whoa I'll never give in
And I just wanna be, wanna be loved
Whoa I'll never give in
Whoa I'll never give up
Whoa I'll never give in
And I just wanna be, wanna be loved


OMG! Chow Lin Meow is one of the four judges for the International Intervarsity Debate 2007!

The debate is between schools from around the world, and is entirely in Chinese. Thank the Force there are English subtitles. The judges are from around the world too. All have titles like Professor of ABC University or Head of Language at XYZ University and such. Lao Zhao's title is Educator, Singapore. LOL!

Yeah, for the non-CHS ppl, my Secondary 1 and 2 Higher Chinese was taught by him. He used to be Head of Department for Chinese at Catholic High.
I'm not kidding about the previous post. If it wasn't for CoH......

Tuesday, January 15, 2008


In the past, my goal was to be a GP. Set up shop in the neighbourhood and treat simple illnesses. Then, in Sec school, I leaned more towards surgery. Now, with both options closed, I wanna be a paramedic. Is it possible? Sure. Just waste the Diploma, huh? Guess so.

No, I won't. You don't always get what you want, but for me, I almost NEVER get what I want.

Sunday, January 13, 2008


Left toe Right toe

Left toe Right toe Keep up the tempo
Left toe Right toe Eh-o-o-eh-o
Here we go again
Same old shit again
Up and down the seven hills
(Depend on the booking out day. Assume 4 ) Four more days and we'll be through.
Well-lo-well-lo-well-low-well-o-ha ha
Well-lo-well-lo-well-low-well-o-wah-ha ha
Up the hill Down the slope.
Any Sweat ???!!!???
(Echo) No Sweat Chicken Feet
Ha ha - All the Way!

Training to be soldiers

Training to be soldiers.
Fight for our land.
Once in a life, two years of our time.
Have you ever wondered
Why must we served
Because we loved our land
And we want it to be free to be free ya.
Stand up Be on your guard
C'mon everybody do your part
C'mon everybody

Army Life

I don't want an Army life,
here the food are mighty fine,
ask chicken drumstick,
they give you the backside!

I don't want an Army life,
here the girls are pretty fine,
ask Madonna,
they give you Frankenstein!

I don't want an Army life,
here the pillows are mighty fine,
ask for support pillow,
they give you porcupine!

I don't want an Army life,
here the guns are mighty fine,
when you squeeze the trigger,
it shoots out from behind!

Purple Light

Purple light, in the valley.
That is where, I want to be.
With my three best companions,
With my rifle and my buddy and me.

5BX, Sibei jialat.
SOC, lagi worse.
Every morning, doing PT.
With my rifle and my buddy and me.

Booking out, see my girlfriend.
Saw her with another man.
Heartbroken, back to Army.
With my rifle and my buddy and me.

ORD, back to study.
Got degree, so happy.
Can't forget, days in Army
With my rifle and my buddy and me.
Purple light, at the war front.
That is where, my buddy lies.
If I die..would you bury me.
With my rifle and my buddy and me.

Wednesday, January 9, 2008

Tomorrow is another day

Thursdays. Once every two weeks, there is no class on Thursday. The next time it happens will be tomorrow! Unfortunately, there is work to be done. Projects and reports to be completed. -_-

Tuesday, January 8, 2008

eye eye

Conjunctivitis (con·junc·ti·vi·tis) (commonly called "Pink Eye" or bloodshot eyes in the USA, "Red Eye" in the UK, and "Madras Eye" in India, is an inflammation of the conjunctiva (the outermost layer of the eye and the inner surface of the eyelids), most commonly due to an allergic reaction or an infection (usually bacterial or viral).

Some forms of conjunctivitis are extremely contagious while others are not. It all depends on the cause.

Infection (redness) of the conjunctiva on one or both eyes should be apparent, but may be quite mild. Except in obvious pyogenic or toxic/chemical conjunctivitis, a slit lamp (biomicroscope) is needed to have any confidence in the diagnosis.

Conjunctivitis symptoms and signs are relatively non-specific. Even after biomicrosopy, laboratory tests are often necessary if proof of aetiology is needed.

A purulent discharge strongly suggests bacterial cause, unless there is known exposure to toxins. Infection with Neisseria gonorrhoeae should be suspected if the discharge is particularly thick and copious.

A diffuse, less "injected" conjunctivitis (looking pink rather than red) suggests a viral cause, especially if numerous follicles are present on the lower tarsal conjunctiva on biomicroscopy.

Scarring of the tarsal conjunctiva suggests trachoma, especially if seen in endemic areas, if the scarring is linear (von Arlt's line), or if there is also corneal vascularisation.

Clinical tests for lagophthalmos, dry eye (Schirmer test) and unstable tear film may help distinguish the various types of dry eye.

Other symptoms including pain, blurring of vision and photophobia should not be prominent in conjunctivitis. Fluctuating blurring is common, due to tearing and mucoid discharge. Mild photophobia is common. However, if any of these symptoms are prominent, it is important to exclude other diseases such as glaucoma, uveitis, keratitis and even meningitis or caroticocavernous fistula.

Many people who have conjunctivitis have trouble opening their eyes in the morning because of the dried mucus on their eyelids. There is often excess mucus over the eye after sleeping for a long period of time.

Conjunctivitis sometimes requires medical attention. The appropriate treatment depends on the cause of the problem. For the allergic type, cool water constricts capillaries, and artificial tears sometimes relieve discomfort in mild cases. In more severe cases, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications and antihistamines may be prescribed. Some patients with persistent allergic conjunctivitis may also require topical steroid drops.

Bacterial conjunctivitis is usually treated with antibiotic eye drops or ointments that cover a broad range of bacteria (chloramphenicol or fusidic acid used in UK). However evidence suggests that this does not affect symptom severity and gains only modest reduction in duration from an average of 4.8 days (untreated controls) to 3.3 days for those given immediate antibiotics. Deferring antibiotics yields almost the same duration as those immediately starting treatment with 3.9 days duration, but with half the two-week clinic reattendance rate.[1]

Although there is no cure for viral conjunctivitis, symptomatic relief may be achieved with cool compresses and artificial tears. For the worst cases, topical corticosteroid drops may be prescribed to reduce the discomfort from inflammation. However prolonged usage of corticosteroid drops increases the risk of side effects. Antibiotic drops may also be used for treatment of complementary infections. Patients are often advised to avoid touching their eyes or sharing towels and washcloths. Viral conjunctivitis usually resolves within 3 weeks. However in worst cases it may take over a month.

Conjunctivitis due to burns, toxic and chemical require careful wash-out with saline, especially beneath the lids, and may require topical steroids. The more acute chemical injuries are medical emergencies, particularly alkali burns, which can lead to severe scarring, and intraocular damage. Fortunately, such injuries are uncommon.

To sum it all up, I got diagnosed with conjunctivitis and got prescribed eyedrops. That was two days ago. Still on medication now.

Sunday, January 6, 2008


The Malaysian Ministry in charge of Islamic Affairs has banned a Catholic newspaper for using the word 'Allah'. According to the ministry, the words 'Allah'(God), 'Solat'(prayer), 'Kaabah'(The holiest Islamic shrine located in Mecca), and 'Baitullah'(House of God) can only be used by Muslims. Hmm... How come the regular newspapers can publish these words, huh? Oh, and apparently, the Sikhs use the word 'Allah' in their prayers. Religious rioting in Malaysia if the Sikhs get banned from using the word? Maybe.

Wednesday, January 2, 2008

1st post

Ok. A totally strange beginning this shall be.