April 12, 2008

I’m watching House on Astro, and I find it ridiculous. No, this episode of House is fine, it’s the censorship that is ridiculous. House and his team are discussing a case where the patient’s brain shorts out and causes him to experience orgasms when he feels extreme pain (sounds masochistic, I know). The ridiculous part is that the words Ejaculation and Orgasm are censored.

Now I can understand if swear words uttered randomly were censored (not that I always agree with that either) but Ejaculation and Orgasm used in a medical discussion?! Come on! What else are they going to cut off? Soon enough we’re going to have TV where only we can only hear conjunctions.



Check it out

April 1, 2008

I’m baaaaaaaaaaaccccccccccck!



January 13, 2008

Heroes Season 2 is so omgwtfbbq good. I can’t wait for Season 3. I’m serious…

*Tries to Hiro-warp into the future to catch season 3*


Happy New Year 2008

January 2, 2008

To all of you.


Chee Cha Go

November 3, 2007

is not how you pronounce Chicago


XXX has added you as a friend…

September 13, 2007

So sometimes I friendster-ing, ok?

Then I be getting invites from Facebook, ok?

Now I oso be having Myspace emails, ok?

WHY OH WHY must we have so many so-called Social Networking website? To have a buffet of split personalities? Hmmm I should make a note to try that out sometime.

Can’t they all come together and create ONE social networking portal, even if it just for discouraging multiple personalities… do some bloody good for the society for once. Well, besides the benefit of terabytes of pretty faces to ogle at.

Just one site. Er. My-Face-Ster.

Should I sign up anyway?


I look up and see…

August 21, 2007

5 times the headcount

6 times the complexity

7 times the depth

8 times the focus

9 times the details

10 times the expectations

I did not inadvertently do it, I deliberately accepted it.

I’ve worked out the plans to handover.

I’m starting to speak about it to my closest team mates.

What have I done, oh what have I done…?

It looks like a mountain of hard work and complexity, and I hardly the best of climbers. But I’ve signed up for it.

Better start with the first step, climbing over the mountain called ME.