Monday, May 25, 2009

When Your World Crumbles, He Remains Faithful

In life, people fail us.

Just when we're about to deem someone an angel, they turned their backs on us. Right on the face! At the least expected of time. What seems to be once the shelter of happiness are but as haze..I couldn't hold on to it anymore as much as watching it disappear into thin air. Mingled upon my blurry eyes is what I once believed to be real..a pure innocent friendship. Much to my dismay, an enemy called 'jealousy' breached through the line of defense. A sudden stabbing pain gripped my heart. Nothing hurts more than a broken cord of a legitimate soul-tie.


However, nobody is perfect.

I accept everything good or bad as they are.. and the consequences that come by. In the face of dispute, whoever wins, loses still. There is no point in it at all. Sometimes, I think that King Solomon was plain right when he said that life is meaningless, meaningless, and utterly meaningless! Like a chase after the wind...

What can a man truly live on?

At this critical time of despair, I know nobody but one who always lift me up in the face of trauma. There is a song I remember playing on the radio one Sunday morning that instantly drove away the ecclesiastical mode in me. The message is clear. It tells me that when your spouse dumped you for a whore, when your family members misunderstood you, and when your best friend betrayed you for no reason, even the entire world crumbles, He still remains faithful...




Like the sun that rises everyday,
You are so faithful. Dear Lord, You are faithful.
Like the rain that You bring,
And every breath that I breathe,
You are so faithful, Lord.




Like the rose that comes alive every spring,
You are so faithful. Dear Lord, You are faithful.
Like the life that You give,
to every beat of my heart,
You are so faithful, Lord.




I see the cross and the price You had to pay,
I see the blood that washed my sins away.




In the midst of the storm
through the wind and the waves,
You'll still be faithful, You'll still be faithful,
When the stars refuse to shine and time is no more,
You'll still be faithful,
You'll still be faithful, Lord.





Friday, May 22, 2009

Proofs That End Time Is Nigh (Part 1)

Six freaking millenniums has swiftly flown by. Have you ever noticed we're living in the seventh? No matter what philosophy you adhere to, seven thousand years are only somewhat seven days in God's eyes. For a thousand years in His sight are but as yesterday when it's past, and as a watch in the night. What's the message behind technology advancement in this waves of adrenalinal haste? If we were to track the timeline all the way backwards, we might just unveil the flat facts about where we're at today.

Did You Know?





What do all these mean to you? Well, this is not a question for shallow-minded people or people who just don't give a fuck when the cookies crumbles, mind you. The next couple of ten years may be the most important of your life. I base this on the fact that you and I are living in a critical millennium. All systems worldwide are breaking down, including ours. The revolutions of the past have now become the convulsions of a terminally ill world system.


Consider the record in history...

In Millennium 1:
human beings appeared on planet earth.

In Millennium 2:
A world-wide flood occurred.

In Millennium 3 (2000 to 1000 B.C.):
Three great historical events occurred:
o A man named Abraham established the national boundaries of his descendants in Israel.
o The Exodus from 430 years of slavery in Egypt led by Moses.
o King David of Israel confirmed that same land as his kingdom forever, under divine mandate.

In Millennium 4 (1000 B.C. to 3 A.D):
The birth of Jesus, descendant of the royal house of David.

In Millennium 5 (from Jesus to 1000 A.D.):
The Christian church was birthed and spread throughout the world.

In Millennium 6:
Israel was rebirth as a nation after 2000 years of extinction.
Islam has emerged as the dominate religion in the Middle East.

In Millennium 7 (2000 A.D - beyond):
We may logically expect a total political and religious restoration beginning in Israel and spreading worldwide.

This is where we are living...now...

The ancient principalities and powers of the Middle East are stirring themselves up to gain dominion. The last bargaining chips for power are falling on the table of human government. The question of David's kingdom keeps pushing its way to the top of the list. Human solutions to government are drawing to a close.

Are we close to an end? Let's ponder...

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Keyboard Cat To Take Over The World!


Who would have imagine an innocent furry kitty clad in a blue cute shirt and plays the keyboard is so sexy? That is like saying knitting chicken feathers shits for comfy blankets! This has merely becomes a global sensation on the internet like a pandemic. Once you switch on the TV or internet, you're flooded with Keyboard Cat, Keyboard Cat, Keyboard Cat, and more Keyboard Cats..I know this makes no sense but Keyboard Cat is definitely taking over the world..LOL






HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!! Aweeesome!! MEOOWW!!! Hmm...I can scent the paparazzi flooding its tiny residence, supplying the already fluffy big fat cat with more Friskies and then sign the cat for some Meow Label and then produce its first single and then it will sell like hot cakes all over the world!! Let's roll it baby!! hahahahahaha!! Please do visit the cat owner's place to get some merchandise before they run out! :D

Monday, May 18, 2009

Alternative To Fuel For Tree-Huggers

It doesn't take a scholar to foresee that there will be no relief of fluctuation of gasoline price in the country, if not hiking exponentially. The citizens are basically on a losing streak! For God-knows how long the plague would prolong could only be seen through one very simple factor - Who rules the country. But today I don't have the intention to rant on politics because I'm sick and tired even listening to it every single day on news, let alone rambling about it...so yeah, let's just ponder on the picture on your left for a little while and you'd catch what I meant.

Well, many people are obviously concerned and unsure about what they should do in the future. People can’t afford to continue paying these prices and higher as well as the direct cost it also has on goods in the supermarket. Most people, especially those with families, still need a vehicle for regular day to day tasks and if not that, even just for emergencies.

Many people are showing an interest in alternative fuel vehicles as well as more fuel efficient vehicles that can get you where you need to go with less gas being used but still retaining many of the features that we have come to expect in a vehicle these days. Can you believe that people are even able to make their own biodiesel at home…and it works..



Biofuel Conversion Process


There are a number of options when it comes to fuel efficient vehicles and a number of different variables when it comes to environmental effect of some of the alternative fuel choices. Understanding the origins of each of the main fuels and what the plans are to improve on them and the potential for mass production will help you decide in the future which option is right for you. Renewable energy sources can be replenished in a short period of time.


biodiesel made from soybean oil



Biodiesel
Vegetable oils, recycled cooking oil, soybean oil, animal fats, corn
Biodegradable, more lubricating and easy cold starting
Can be blended with conventional diesel
Clean, harmless and eco-friendly
Pleasant smell, low idle noise


powered by cow dung


Biogas
Breakdown of organic matter, cow dung
Gas automatically separates from the substrates
Cheaper and much simpler
Eco-friendly biofuel
No unpleasant odours.
reduced risk of explosion


Ethanol corn - how natural



Ethanol
Made from sugar cane, maize, barley, hemp, potatoes, sunflower,fruit, corn, grain, wheat, straw, cotton, etc.
Simple manufacturing, cheap and widely available
More mileage, less maintenance
Check out this link on how to produce your own


Electric Car Conversions
As the environmental concerns and impending shortage of conventional fuels increase day by day, more people are looking for other fuel options. If we have sufficient money, we can go for a new hybrid or electric car. But, most of the people are economically uncomfortable or love their present car too much to part with it. In such a scenario, people can opt for other options that can allow them to keep their present car by electric conversion, which will give them the benefits of an electric car.



Spied at the Detroit Auto Show 2009 is the Toyota FT-EV concept, a fully electric commuter car that will be prancing the American streets by 2012. Touted as a BEV (battery-electric vehicle), the FT-EV shares its platform with the iQ urban commuter vehicle. It too will host a lightweight body that seats four passengers; deliver exceptional mileage and sporty outlook. The concept car envisages wooing an urban dweller that needs to drive up to 50 miles to get to work. Along commute that will be pleasure with the Toyota FT-EV Electric Car.


ZAP Alias


The major disadvantage of completely electric car is that you will only be able to drive about a hundred miles before the charge runs out. Also, it is a bit expensive to convert a conventional car to an electrical car. Other disadvantages of electric car are that, batteries have to be recharged every time, limits on driving distances and the lack of power. But without doubt, we can say that electric cars purely eco-friendly.


Nissan Tama Electric Car (1947)


I personally heart the last one. Wish I could take a ride on it soon. Well, in view of the current climate condition and economy instability, going green is definitely the best attempt to store up food and energy. Famine did not only happen in history nor in the wilderness. The climate is telling us something and we should listen attentively. Sometimes, going back to the cretaceous..the world will be a merrier place to live in.


info courtesy: www.infarbor.com



Saturday, May 16, 2009

Do You Scratch?

Howdy people? It's Scratch Day! Ever thought of making your own games? Building some cool applications? It's never been easier thanks to MIT Media Lab. So how would you like to be part of the team today?


Scratch Day

What's Scratch?
Scratch is a new programming language that makes it easy to create your own interactive stories, animations, games, music, and art -- and share your creations on the web.

I personally think this project is brilliant idea since, drawing board. For those of you who have experience using professional tools like Directors, Adobe Flash and the sort, using Scratch is apparently peanut to most of you. Why would it not, right? But I'm talking about a free tool that even toddlers can creatively out-blast working professionals when well mastered. Everyone has desires to express themselves and scratch, being novice-friendly, versatile and down-to-earth, has already gain spot in many brains across the globe. Why? Cos it doesn't take a scholar to know it's fun! XD


Sprite rocks!

Scratch is designed to help young people (ages 8 and up) develop 21st century learning skills. As they create and share Scratch projects, young people learn important mathematical and computational ideas, while also learning to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively.



Technically, Scratch projects are made up of objects called sprites. You can change how a sprite looks by giving it a different costume. You can make a sprite look like a person or a train or a butterfly or anything else. You can use any image as a costume: you can draw an image in the Paint Editor, import an image from your hard disk, or drag in an image from a website.



sprite

You can give instructions to a sprite, telling it to move or play music or react to other sprites. To tell a sprite what to do, you snap together graphic blocks into stacks, called scripts. When you double-click on a script, Scratch runs the blocks from the top of the script to the bottom.

Register

Click here to learn more about Scratch and find an event near your place to get started. It's all FREE. Happy Scratching! =D

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

The Magnificent Scoundrels 《情聖》

Hey people! My all time favourite comedy. Enjoy! XD


主演: 周星馳 毛舜筠
Cast: Stephen Chow, Theresa Mo

UPDATES: I just discovered that this movie has been grilled by YouTube today and the uploader's account got suspended. Thank goodness, I have already backed-up part 1 to 5. Keep your chins up, Ima upload the rest of part 6 through 10 ASAFP! Otherwise, here's alternative links where you can try download the full movie:

http://rapidshare.com/files/81148291/SC_-_TMS.part1.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/81187122/SC_-_TMS.part2.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/81191428/SC_-_TMS.part3.rar


Part 1/10 ::

video


Part 2/10 ::
video
Part 3/10 ::
video
Part 4/10 ::
video
Part 5/10 ::
video

part 6 - 10 pending... XD

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Discovering Your Unique Talent

"We are unique creations with talent"

I knew of this girl who is a brilliant artist. She sketched her first three-dimensional stool on a little drawing board when she was three. The teachers described the way she sees her world in depths at a glance, with her perspective mind, clearly portrayed in her illustrations. It took her less than three minutes to get in tuned with the nature, a fully three-dimensional world, to visualise an art. Give her a pencil, and she could draw a lion alive! It's simply amazing to see her do that. It seems totally instantaneous and effortless. She just "sees it". Most artists focus more on the technical aspects of the art, like the perfect axis angling, pivot points , x-y-z coordinates. While all these are of utmost importance, this girl seems to know it without analyzing.


A Stool

Then there was this woman who approached me with a voice sharper than thunder! She can easily overcome any noise disruption that come in her way while she's lecturing people. When we got together for dinner, once she opened her mouth, not even tsunami or earthquake could stop her speech, and everyone had no choice but to hear what she had to say. Don't get me wrong. Not that she forced others to listen, but there is definitely something in her voice that draws spectators, even uninvited crowds.


Yet another man I know is a truly remarkable creator. There is no limit to his inventory and he could build an Eden out of crap yards. He was a highly wanted man in town and now residing at home as a pensioner, scrapping amazing gardens for non-profit-organisations.


Mower Mayhem - Build your own farm

Then we have yet another man who has his fingers in a pie. He who sharpens the cleaver with his bare nails while playing Need For Speed Underground on PS2 is no stranger to me. When you don't know what to eat for lunch, just give him a tinker, place an order and presto! There comes your mouth-watering delicacies served right on your table. Better than eating-out on craps. No charge. (cos it's on your expense anyway, his job is only to cook LOL.) But I can assure you, the food is almost as good as Jamie Oliver's spontaneous kickshaw. Not to mention his famous somersault food-tossing flick on raging fire. Passion produces delicious food. On top of that, he was also given the name "Mr Brownie" for making amazing...well, brownies of course! Duh. Brownies that taste better than any TGIF's, Tony Roma, Italiannies, Kenny Roger's crappy muffin combined. Remember Remy from Ratatouille? That's how awesome he is.


Remy -"I love to cook!" ^^V

Remy - "Just the ingredient I need!"

These people all say the same thing about their remarkable talents..

It’s so easy, it's in my blood.
Well if you look into the world around you, everyone seems to have natural talents of some kind. But many of us share a common mistake. It’s so easy, we tend to undervalue it, assuming anyone could do what we do so well. That is plain wrong. Just as we have unique fingerprints, we each have totally different talents.


I'm talking about unique talents here. Some people got talent in telling jokes, people just can't have enough of them.


Stephen Chow - "Ha wa?" (really?)

Bobby Lee - "Sometimes I do.."

You can be good at many things, but my bet is that you don't recognise your own special talent. It’s so "easy" you assume anyone could do it! Very often, our parents will tell us, "drop the drawing", "get your head in the book" or "you can't earn a living doing that!". Sounds familiar? Since the natural talents are so easy to put down, we tend to forget what we really are good at as we grow up. Life has swallowed our dreams because we are told to do what is CONVENTIONAL, FEASIBLE AND WHAT EVERYBODY ELSE ARE DOING in order to meet both ends instead of chasing after our dreams, discovering our passion and what we really wanted to do.


It ain't smart to turn your back on your special talents, continue doing what you hated to do just for the sake of living. There is always a choice. Seek and you shall find. Note what you do that seems especially easy and natural. This is an indication of a special talent, or the aptitude for developing such a talent. Time flies when you are doing what you're passionate about. The keywords are SATISFACTION and FULFILLMENT.


Jimmy Fallon - "Hmmmmmmm...."

Let's think this. Imagine if you're gonna kill time right now, what would you like to be doing? It might take minutes or even years to discover that, but you've just got to find out someday. In fact, until this moment I still have no clue what my special talent is. I'm like a Jack of all trades, as I already mentioned in my profile. Throughout the years I've been searching for what I really like to do...or good at doing. It seemed that among all half-baked skills I learnt, I'm beginning to scent something special lately, but the answer is yet to emerge.


We are unique creations. We are made to be creative in many ways. And God knows our talents. I reckon it feels amazingly satisfied to discover your special talents and be able to do something we love. Even if it costs us suffering, getting less money or prestige. Aren't living a happy, fulfilling life might be an even greater reward? Have a nice day!


Sunday, May 10, 2009

I Dont Have A Picture Of My Mom

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I don't have a picture of my mom. The only picture I have seen of her was the tiny monochrome image on her tomb. Her grave is showered by daylight beam in the morning and illuminated by dim sunset sky at dawn. Every single day since she departed, her soul is resting in an undisturbed manner. The day she breathed her last on her journey South in the bus was the last moment I saw her beautiful face.


Two weeks prior to that, she fell sick. Nothing much, only fever. Her condition was never as serious. I hold her hands and invited her into the sinner's prayer. She utterly mouthed the words, repeating after mine. For the first time, I saw sincerity in her heart.
Dear God, I know my heart have been separated from you. I am truly sorry, and now I want to turn away from my past sinful life towards you. Please forgive me, and help me avoid sinning again. I believe that your son, Jesus Christ died for my sins, was resurrected from the dead, is alive, and hears my prayer. I invite Jesus to become the Saviour and Lord of my life, to rule and reign in my heart from this day forward. Please send your Holy Spirit to help me obey You, and to do Your will for the rest of my life. By your stripes, I was healed. In Jesus' name I pray, Amen.

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Little did I realize that a child-like prayer, God listens. A week later, my mom had totally recovered from fever. When I looked at her face, it shined ever brighter like Sunday mornings. I had never seen her face like that before. Not since I knew her. Being born with congenital heart defects could be a deep emotional thing for her. And not to mention the pain. In her case it was the valves that changed the normal flow of blood through the heart. Not until puberty that I was told about her condition, a secret she had been keeping for ages. Besides taking dosages of drugs prescribed by some doctors, she was also told to consider implant. Two reasons held her back. Fear and money. According to my dad, my mom refused to go under a knife. She knew the probability of failure. If there were a choice, she would rather live as long as she could to watch her kids growing up.No wonder I remember seeing her hiding behind the kitchen door, weeping in the middle of the nights. I felt her stabbing pain.

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One day, as I came home from school, she smiled and said, "I love the song you played last night, that's my favourite." Silence. All I could recall about last night was me doing my revision for my final papers. And my synthesizer was well-wrapped underneath my bed. So, what possibly could she be talking about?? "Uh huh..like which song?" Then she smiled and started humming the melodies ....... "Amazing grace...how sweet the sound...that saved a wretch like me...." Amazing Grace? "But i didn't play that, mom." Scratching my head in confusion. "But I'm sure the music I heard came out from the direction of your room, hun". I was stupefied. Then I quickly opened the door and entered my room, just to find that the synthesizer was still in place. Wrapped. Untouched.

The idea of the whole bizarre thing was that I did not play any music last night but my mom heard the song "Amazing Grace" being played and the echoes came out from my room. The only possible reason I could think of is angels!! They couldn't be the devil because devils don't sing a repentance hymn like this one. So the angels were in my room playing my mom's favourite song, and it wasn't just a song. It actually carried a message to me. I believed the message was for me because it came in as an alarm to the future. One week before she died, she was very healthy! The exuberant radiance from her face was unbelievable! All these signs was weird but I heard that human beings do encounter super vitality prior to their deaths.

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The year was 1995 April 25, the day of election. After casting her votes, she took a bus home where she breathed her last. No, I wasn't on the spot or else I could have change things around. I was rushing to attend a study group and couldn't accompany her home. That was how sudden it happened. That night, as her motionless body was laid in the middle of the mortuary, her face was still radiant. On one special moment I actually saw a beam on her face. I didn't shed even a drop of tear on that supposedly mournful day. My heart was void of depression and sorrow. My inner-man convinced me that my mom's soul has finally rested in peace, in the sweet arms of Jesus. Something tells me that it would be okay. During the funeral, a song was played by a group of church musicians and the song was "Amazing Grace", the mysterious song she heard few months earlier. End was all the suffering she had since birth. I actually had joy in my heart, seeing her depart. Far far away from all the pain she bored. The burden was finally lifted off her shoulders.

If I had a wish now, I want to see my mom again. Hug her. And to tell her how much I've missed her. Cos I actually cried writing this post. But this is the only way to keep her sweet memento in my heart forever. She was the one who taught me to live with a brave heart. Life is too short to regret on anything undone. That's why i refused to keep a picture of her except her youth photos. I want her beautiful smiles engraved in my memory, always. Today, the sun still shines but no one knows when it's gonna cease. I'm a stronger person now, mom. Happy Mother's Day! =)

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Saturday, May 9, 2009

McDonald's Drive-thru Rap Frenzy


I need a double cheeseburger and hold the lettuce
Don't be frontin' son no seeds on a bun
We be up in this drive thru
Order for two
I gots a craving for a number nine like my shoe
We need some chicken up in here
In this dizzle
For rizzle my nizzle
Extra salt on the frizzle
Dr. Pepper my brother
Another for your mother
Double double super size
And don't forget the FRIES.

Crispy! ^_^

Then someone even created a healthy version.


Well I been meaning to control my caloric intake
so I'm startin off with a fruit and yogurt parfait.
I got my friend here in the the passenger seat..
I wanna lettuce sandwich and make my bun wheat.
Is that all you want? Nah, I'll take a snack wrap.
But fill it with tofu. Do ya'll have that?

Gimme a grilled chicken sandwich; I been meaning to try it.
And Biggie size my soda but you better make it diet.

And hold up 'cause this rhyme and through yet.
Give us some balsamic vin-egret.
I got cash--I got debit.
Can we do these orders separate?
You still owe me five bucks.
You're never gonna get it.

What kind of sandwich you want? And he just drove away ...LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLFMAO!!

p/s: It's Mc feast this weekends! Cos I'm lovin it! Have a nice day! Ciao~~!!

Thursday, May 7, 2009

Confession Of An MMO Addict


I came across this article today and thought to share with ya'll. It cracked me up so much but at some point this guy had spoken almost all my mind about MMO addiction. Of course, I've been there. Done that. Petter isn't alone. And here I quote his confession:
I guess an introduction is in order.

Hi, my name is Petter Martensson, and I’m a MMO-addict.
”Hi, Petter!”

I know what you’re all thinking. You’re thinking that I’m wasting away my life in an MMO —probably “World of Warcraft,”—and that I haven’t seen the sun in the last few years. I probably order my food online so that I never have to leave my apartment, and I make a living selling my extra gold on eBay. I also have 7 level 80 characters, and have never had a girlfriend. Or sex, for that matter.

No, that’s not at all what I mean. To be completely honest, I have been a rather major “World of Warcraft”-junkie, but I did have a job at the time and I did have a girlfriend (who played with me). I even had friends, though most of my closest friends actually played “World of Warcraft” on the same server as me.

I guess those things helped when denying my addiction, but that’s not really what I’m here to talk about today. I’m not addicted to an MMO; I’m addicted to MMOs. The phenomenon of virtual worlds. I’m completely hooked. Before you judge me, you should know that it’s quite easy to fall into the trap. Just look at yourself, you’re reading this feature at an MMO-related site. Soon, you might find yourself reading all kinds of MMO-articles on all kinds of websites. You might find that, inexplicably, your RSS-reader is starting to fill up with MMO-blogs. You start following the links found in the blogrolls at said blogs, sooner or later you are reaching for that subscribe-button without even thinking twice about it. After a while, you realize that you spend more time thinking about MMOs and reading about them than you are actually playing....


No, I definitely wouldn't be calling the kettle black. Tho' I'm not so much of a WOW fan myself. He's got his point. Then he went on saying ...


I’ve been trying to figure out how it all happened. Is it because I’m unhappy with my life (“IRL,” as you’re bound to call in normal conversations if you’ve been playing long enough) that I want to escape into a virtual one? There were times when I was playing “World of Warcraft,” raiding three to five times every week, that I actually considered that possibility. But now, I’m not sure. After all, I got a pretty good life. I get to write and talk about games (not only MMOs) for a living. And since I don’t play them as much as I think about them, and still see the sun and breathe fresh air almost every day, I at least hope that’s not the real reason.


The fact is, MMOs are fascinating in many, many ways. There are few games that can bring people together -– in either joy, sadness, anger or love -– in the same way MMOs do. The communities that spring to life around more or less every title, no matter how niche some of them can be, are wonderful things. Those communities can be incredibly rude and hardcore, or mindbogglingly nice and caring, but they are always there, often in place before launch and remain until the servers sooner or later close their doors.


Virtual worlds might be seen as the true crack cocaine of the games industry. But to be honest, I don’t think I would want to have it any other way. I love them for what they are, the stories they can tell, and the adventures that I can have in them with my friends. And I love reading, writing and thinking about them. There’s no way out for me, and I’m not sure I’d ever stop anyone from joining me here at the bottom of the well. After all, it’s a rather pretty well from this perspective.


My name is Petter Martensson, and I’m an MMO addict.


Posted by Petter Martensson


Full article can be read here.

Well, most online gamers do. Wrapping themselves with virtual beauty won't exactly elevate their real-life status. Neither will spending your inherited heirloom just so you get to ride an elite mount or something. This I speak from my personal experience. I had wasted an entire 63072000 seconds of my life addicted to Maplestory, with more than 8 so-called pro characters. I got so hooked up with leveling, keeping up with the community and dealing with some stupid in-game problems without realising I had been mentally, physically and financially duped. I can't remember if I ever see dawns then, but my health eventually suffered due to severe migraine and insomnia over a pretentious cute MMO. In the end, I quit. Out of my own will.


Kiss Boss

I used to ask myself, what if I managed to top the rank of Cass? Like level 200 and possessing every power, skills and fame I needed? The thrill of 1-hit-KO would only last awhile. And then what? And then Nexon prolly send some GMs to sprinkle confetti on my avatar's head or reward me a mushy plushy. Awww, how sweet! With all the effort, time, sweat and money? Oh and that satisfaction of achievement, you tell me. Priceless! Too bad I already quit before all the dramas pulled in on me. Thank you very much, Nexon. You're welcomed. :D

Now ask yourself these simple questions:

1. Do you play more then 5 hours a day/35 hours a week?
2. Do you attempt to look like your character?
3. Is your entire social life wrapped around this game?
4. Are you human?
5. Do you create a women character just so you can remove the clothes?
6. Are you gay?

If you answer yes to more than 1 of these, grats! you are addicted to your MMORPG.

Here is how to correct this:
Step 1) Limit your play time to 1 hour a day.
Step 2) Take a 2 week break from your game.
Step 3) You may play 30 minutes a day for a week.
Step 4) Quit your game for about 3 months. If you do not trust yourself not to launch the game, uninstall it, or have a trusted person hold the disks, or if you have the will power, even destroy the disks.
Step 5) You quit.
Step 6) You get yourself busy with other business.

If these steps fail to work for any reason at all, then there is a more experimental solution. You could hire an ex-military and/or elite cop, depending on severity of addiction, to hold a gun to your face (perhaps with the elite-favored C4 explosives around your abdomen too) every time you get on your computer and play the MMORPG. If this doesn't work then burn down your PC and give all your money to SPCA or some other meaningful organization.
solutions credit to: The Real Genius


Amen!

mid9kitten - died being too act-cute. R.I.P approximately xx.08.2008. Amen.

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Stand By Me - Playing For Change

I think this song changed his life. And ours.





This song says...
No matter who you are, no matter where you go in your life,
At some point you're goin' need somebody to stand by you.
No matter how much money you've got, all the friends you've got
You goin' need somebody to stand by you.
When the night has come, and the land is dark,
And that moon is the only light we see.
No I won't be afraid, no I won't shed one tear,
Just as long as you people come and stand by me.
Hmm..darlin', darlin' stand by me,
oh stand, stand, stand, c'mon stand by me.
When the sky that we look upon, should tumble and fall,
And the mountain should crumble into the sea.
I won't cry, I won't cry, no I won't shed a tear,
Just as long as you people come and stand by me.
Hmm..darlin', darlin' stand by me,
Please stand, stand by me.


That's so true. man! And I shall add, no man is an island. A bunch of young people, inspired by each other to come together as human race to reach out and reunite the world. And music is no doubt the best way to do it. Given enough passion, barriers among people can actually be broken like melting ice. No more walls. Even MJ once said, music can heal the world.


These passionate musicians actually crossed the equator, climbed the Himalayan mountains, explored the African villages, Native Indies and reservations, street, subway, cave, valleys,..you name it, just to discover like-minded people to sing on the street. Wow! I salute their guts and intensity. And those of you who would like to show your supports can actually buy their albums and merchandises here.


UPDATES: you can click here to download the music:



Hey, if you're passionate about music, and yearn to see unity and world peace, no matter who you are, where you're from, you can also be part of the team by putting up a banner on your website. Make music, not war. Save the banners below then manually place this link on it (http://www.playingforchange.com):










Ima grab that for my site too. Together we stand! :D

Friday, May 1, 2009

When A Cat Meets A Butter Toast

FlyCat
Image via: Uncyclopedia

There are two paradoxical theories in this world suggesting that cats ain't just some cuddly furry huffing animals and butter toasts ain't just delicious breakfast you consume every morning. They might actually be the perfect match in heaven! Wow? Really? So are you trying to tell me that the world is so fucked-up to a degree where ecology system no longer play its role? You ask. Well, to the oxymoron, maybe yes. Here's why.


The law of nature suggests that cats and butter toasts contradicts each other, as in ...


1. Murphy's Law says "If something goes wrong, it will" so, "if you throw a slice of toast with butter into the air, it will always fall with the buttered side down."


2. Cats conservation law says "A cat will always land on its feet"

So, what would happen if we stick a slice of toast with butter to a cat's back and we throw it to the air? The cat, by law, will land on its feet, but the toast, (by law too) will land on the butter's side. Against this problem of physics laws, the nature chooses the best way of taking a solution: the cat may just not fall. The cat will simply spin around its center of gravity at an ever-increasing speed.

If an array of cat-toast are attached in a row, possibly joining their tails together, spinning in the mid-air (like the illustration above), chances are it creates a huge amount of electricity, just like a gigantic generator, strong enough to keep us alive for all eternity. In fact some species alive on planet Earth are already trying out this theory on UFO, hovering vehicles and even hovering trains! O_O|||||||||||||

One thing gets to me though, that millions of cats are gonna be killed as white rats in the process of mad invention. Very soon furry gonna be listed in the Guinness Book of extinction. Now here's the question. Are the laws of nature meant to be used inhumanely for the sake of civilisation? Yea? Maybe the concept of capitalism applies here. Just like slavery. If that's so, Labour Day doesn't seem to bring any real meaning to mankind anyway. Well on this topic, I might have a post later on.
In summary, Edward Murphy is a pessimistic moron. The End.