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In blog on January 28, 2008 at 11:51 pm

If anyone had ask me if I am ready for tomorrow’s economics test, I’d give a resounding “Yes”. However, theres an obvious aura of skepticism surrounding it. This is especially true because only one past year paper is made available to us and the application of the questions that we will have apply in the exam papers are significantly different from what we do in the tutorials.

So when tomorrow comes, it’s time to count on the brains.

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Lovely Singaporeans

In blog on January 25, 2008 at 9:01 pm

Feeling confused? Perhaps you’ve never ever and I mean EVER seen people describing Singaporeans as lovely before? If that’s the case, something have to be done, fast.

There’s a very obvious trend going on around in Singapore, especially in MRT stations, buses and car-parks. With the increasing usage of cellphones and especially the use of Youtube, online embarrassment cases is on the rise indeed. So it goes this way: One day, Little John was on the way to school and while waiting for the MRT train to arrive, he spotted someone acting weird like digging the nose or two guys flirting with each other. Without any process of thinking on what consequences would be, he immediately took out his pretty weak Nokia 6XXX cellphone and start filming the whole thing. To make matters worse, he uploaded it onto the internet and try to get as many views as possible. Is this brilliant or what?

Yes, you’ve guessed it right. They would name them “UGLY Singaporeans“, “Unreasonable Singaporeans” or even “USUAL Singaporeans“. Well, what I wanna say to these guys? You could pretty well migrate to Malaysia and don’t freaking look back, don’t even peep, freaks. No more MRT for you forever.

Here’s Why : A picture speaks a thousand words so that means a video speaks a million words. Watch this video

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In blog on January 25, 2008 at 12:07 am

After an hour or two of Stats, or even lesser than that, I explored the cyberspace, exploring my archive and viewing my old MSN account(which is still alive). I came across something that made a huge impact on my life. It’s that beauty that lived like an immortal in my mind(or maybe even heart)

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I did it.

In blog on January 24, 2008 at 12:22 am

Yes, I actually did it. I took Mr George Teo’s suggestion by burning the F.O.M notes and textbook, and placing the ash afterwards into a huge bottle and drank it. Wasn’t that bad, was unable to swallow it but eventually I forced myself to, tasted like fire.


Well, what can I say?

It worked like a freaking miracle. The paper was a breeze, my fingers ran like a mad man, number of pages used went sky high and finally a sudden and involuntarily sigh of relieve. The side effects of Mr George Teo’s secret recipe? For the whole two hours exam session, my heart pumped extra fast, say err, a thousand beats per minute? Nah, not that much but very close.

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In blog on January 21, 2008 at 12:01 am

94.99% is the number to describe my exam readiness for both Stats and Economics. However, the two other subjects are still miserably far behind, nowhere near that percentage. FOM is still at Stone Age era, having gone through only the first three or four chapters out of like 10++?
That’s due to distractions like the weekend mood and Monday Blues.

The last two days were great family days, especially during dinner where we can finally eat happily after a week of non-family-oriented activities like studying, schooling and working. Yes, adult life is starting show up where we will finally arrive at a stage where you can only meet your family members at late evening. The rest of the day is just you alone.

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Cool Dome…

In blog on January 19, 2008 at 4:10 pm

Picture Courtesy of chargingbull

Seems like the “Cool Dome” design(Singapore Sports Hub consortium) wins the the bid for the Singapore Sport Hubs project.
Was hoping for the Horse Shoe design to win, but oh well..

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Good Or Bad

In blog on January 15, 2008 at 1:00 am

Reading notes as if you were reading a million-paged story book. Attempting questions, tons of them, the way you’d answer then just like during the O’s. Make it last for eight grueling hours of your day. Lots of brain juice was lost, the way soldiers are lost in wars. Yet.

Why the hell do I not feel even a tiny pinch of fatigue? Hell I should be sleeping but the adrenaline is still running. The fact is that my engine is still running. However, nothing is worse than living with the fact that I can’t figgin sleep.

Is this a GOOD or BAD thing?

Good that I can be a non-living robot and bad that I’ll wake up at twelve tomorrow, or even later.

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In blog on January 14, 2008 at 2:34 pm

Real priceless indeed!

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In blog on January 12, 2008 at 2:19 am

Bye to the fun, fulfilling yet almost redundant lectures with DBA 07.

Both good and bad memories remains, especially those ultra-fun chatting sessions and the food smuggling activities, not to mention the most popular “Skip the damn lecture” syndrome that affects most of us.

These memories will definitely stay in my mind for the centuries to come(assuming I live that long) . The bad memories? Hmm, perhaps the first few weeks of lectures where me and my friend was treated like aliens that came from a planet trillion light years away. We were practically invisible as the rest was so close(a huge contrast of what we have now) , giving us unwanted personal time together.

Even though after months and months of “bonding”, there were still times where we only opened our mouth to yawn. I don’t know who we are doing this one-hour of silence thing to but it was definitely very saddening. I mean, who can endure an hour of just staring at the lecturer(excluding Mr George Teo)? We just don’t have a common point-of-interest!

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In blog on January 7, 2008 at 2:30 am

“3, 2, 1”

“GO, FREAKING GO, DAMN IT!” , exclaimed the bloody race starter.

“Shit”, I shouted as my engine is yet to be started, Thousands of cars with liveries painted with “Sponsored by School Of Business” have whizzed passed me like those irritating houseflies during lunch in the filthily old, uber-80s Food court 6(yes, we need an upgrade very urgently).

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