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Masterplan No-Go.

In blog on December 26, 2007 at 2:39 pm

After a week and a half of holiday, I am mentally prepared to announce that Masterplan Christmas is 95% unsuccessful(95% because I managed to understand inventory! which I considered the hardest thing in the world to understand, weeks ago.).

Maybe I was too confident that things might work out too well, especially when I planned to study from like 8 in the morning to 12 midnight with events like the bloody bell ringing thing and driving lessons in between. In the end, I was too tired to even lift the Economics notes, let alone the Macro economy textbook I borrowed from Biz Library.

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Mood, and how it Affects Christmas.

In blog on December 25, 2007 at 11:59 pm

Christmas is officially over and yet I still don’t understand why the Christmas mood is just so difficult to achieve. Songs like “Silent Night”, “Santa Claus Is Coming To Town” and “Last Christmas” failed to create the ideal Christmas atmosphere. Perhaps external factors like recent events contributed to the reduced Christmas mood. Dinner last night was great especially with the presence of the Turkey, the BBQ pit and a few cakes. However, the night went by without knowing that Christmas was just minutes away and we forgot the countdown.

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Ring no more

In blog on December 19, 2007 at 10:56 pm

At long last, the irritating yet repetitive ringing sound will be diminished from my mind, forever. The bloody decibels, imagine the damage it had caused to my poor innocent ears. Well, at least it’s over now, no more wastage of time on stuff like this, it’s not like it’s going to help much since the amount of donations received were so insignificant, closest estimate of maybe SGD$10 daily? An exception for today though, since an ultra rich man just took out a 50 dollar note from his wallet filled with dozens of thousand dollar notes and inserted it into the very lucky Starbucks Cup.

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Rubik Cube

In blog on December 19, 2007 at 1:21 am

MRT Fare to Ang Mo Kio: SGD$2.00?

Rubik Cube: $1.50

Sound of crack after turning the parts of the Rubik cube 5 times : WORTHLESS.

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In blog on December 17, 2007 at 9:51 am

The best Christmas celebrations ever, Or the worst?

I don’t know.

But this year, it’s going to be way different. And it’s going to be more fun for sure.

However, plans are not confirmed but if we don’t celebrate it ourselves I guess it’ll be otherwise.

Will update more on this later, see ya!

Two Weeks

In blog on December 13, 2007 at 10:02 pm

And going.

Two weeks of inactivity. Economics? Nope. PACC? Nope. Two big NOs.

My two big modules of horrors are still at status quo. I didn’t manage to get International Trade into my head neither did my attempt to understand Inventory went successful. I got to do something.

In the first place, how did I end up in this situation where everything just screwed up? Plans are not being followed. Excuses popping up like there’s no tomorrow.

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In blog on December 11, 2007 at 7:09 pm

Project, Project and Project. Four days of living with thoughts of nothing but projects.

FOM and CRS, CRS being the most relaxed. FOM was quite stressful, although I feel it’s interesting doing research, visiting their outlets and evaluating this and that. The worst part of the project is the last minute touch ups we have to do. This always happens all the time. For the many weeks we had we assumed our work was alright until the very last moment, the only thing we could do was rush. Mistakes were everywhere. We erased thousands of words and added more than that. The beauty of last minute work is that only now we could spot our mistakes. Fortunately we corrected all of it. In the end, the presentation went really well and Mr George Teo was impressed ,somehow, well, thanks to our Freshly Baked Pizzas and the water cushion! Sadly, I broke my old spectacles. Hence, there are no other alternatives other than the white one, which belongs to my sis. Will get a new pair of spectacles soon.

Of course there are lessons learned from major projects such as these. Higher quantity doesn’t mean higher quality. Guess that’s all I can say. Well, obviously I could mention more of this if this post was passworded but I prefer to be more transparent. I’ve always thought posting passworded entries to complain and whine about others is considered stupid and childish. It kills the purpose of blogging ain’t it?

On to TODAY, it was CRS presentation. CRS was relaxed. Too relaxed for comfort, honestly. In the end, it still worked out alright, this I have no idea why. There was practically no effort and no meetings being planned to discuss about our topic, which is Human Cloning. The night before, which is yesterday, I was completely unaware of the content we have to present. Until the very last hour did I finally went through the contents. Again, ultra last minute. Fortunately, it went ahead as hoped(not planned). We gunned down the questions, maybe because no one was mood for serious debates as we were like the last team to present?

Until now did I realize that presentations are not THAT tough, you just need to know your contents.

For now, let’s just have a little nap, for there is no more presentation for the next few weeks!

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In blog on December 6, 2007 at 10:30 pm

Bored and tired but still, I have to complete that ultra wordy essay for CD. I can endure the fatigue and stuff but nothing is more difficult than enduring the long period of unmotivated-ness. When it comes to writing an essay, it is hard to get the words to suddenly pop up in your mind. I expect this whole CD essay-writing thing to last till the wee hours, until then I can make contact with my bed.

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Look at the stars

In blog on December 4, 2007 at 9:34 pm


Look how they shine for you.

In blog on December 3, 2007 at 7:14 pm

beautiful stranger.