30 September 2004

Many many thanks to Tiah, who forwarded me this mail. This is a warning to all. And sorry about the arrows...

> > > This incident has happened recently and has been confirmed, the
> > > Medical Centre phone number at the end of this story is real. A
> > > young man went out on a Saturday night a few weeks ago to a
> > > party.
> > > He was having a good time and had a couple of beers and some girl
> > > seemed to like him & invited him to go to another party.
> > > quickly agreed & decided to go along with her. She took him to a
> > > party in some apartment and they continued to drink & even got
> > > involved with some drug (unknown).
> > >
> > >
> > > The next thing he knew, he woke up completely naked in a bathtub
> > > filled with ice. He was still feeling the effects of the drugs,but
> > > looked around to see he was alone. He looked down at his chest,
> > > which had "CALL 000 or YOU'LL DIE" written on it. He saw a phone
> > > was on a stand next to the bathtub so he picked it up & dialled.
> > > He explained to the EMT operator what the situation was & that he
> > > didn't know where he was or what he took, or why he was really
> > > calling. She advised him to get out of the tub. He did, and he
> > > appeared normal, so she told him to check his back. He did, he
> > > found two 9 inch slits on his lower back. She told him to get back
> > > into the tub immediately and they sent a rescue team over.
> > > Apparently, after being examined, he found out more of what had
> > > happened. His kidneys were stolen. They were worth $10,000 each on
> > > the black market. Several guesses are in order: The second party
> > > was a sham, the people involved had to be at least medical
> > > students; and it was not Just recreational drugs he was given.
> > > Regardless, he is currently in the hospital on a life support,
> > > awaiting a spare kidney. Royal Prince Alfred hospital is conducting
> > > tissue research to match the victim with a donor. I wish to warn
> > > you about a new crime ring that is targeting business travellers.
> > > This ring is well organized and well funded, has very skilled
> > > personnel & is currently operating in most major cities around the
> > > world & and recently very active in Australia.
> > > They especially target nightclubs and bars. The crime begins when a
> > > business traveller goes to a lounge for a drink at the end of the
> > > work day. A person in the bar walks up as they sit alone and
> > > offers to buy them a drink. The last thing the traveller remembers
> > > (until they wake up in a hotel room bathtub, their body submerged to
> > > their neck in ice), is sipping that drink. There is a note taped to
> > > wall instructing them not to move and to call 000. A phone is on
> > > the small table next to the bathtub for them to call. The business
> > > traveller calls 000, who have been quite familiar with this crime.
> > > The business traveller is instructed by the 000 operator to very
> > > slowly and carefully reach behind them and feel if there is a tube
> > > protruding from their back. The business traveller finds the tube
> > > and answers "YES". The 000 operator tells them to remain still,
> > > having already sent paramedics to help. The operator knows that
> > > both of the traveller's kidneys had been harvested.
> > > This is not a scam or out of science fiction novel. It is real. It
> > > is documented and confirmable. If you travel or someone close to
> > > you travels please be careful. Sadly, this is very true. My
> > > friend's husband is a Sydney EMT and they have received alerts
> > > regarding this crime ring.
> > > It is to be taken very seriously. Skilled doctors are performing
> > > these crimes! They have been highly noted in
> > > Brisbane.Additionally, the military has received alerts regarding

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28 September 2004
Me Turning 41..I mean 14 =P

Just wanting to say to a few things to you people:

What happened on my birthday? Well, nothing happened, but I forgot to bring my Ledger Book, the Blue Card and the battery for Jason Lew! Man, I thought I was so going to die during Commerce period (even though it just needs me to stand in a corner!). The first two periods was...err...should I say...scary?! everyone stood outside the class except the smart arse Jia Jia who managed to answer every questions given by Mrs. Simmonds. So, we got some sort of a lecture.

At least the rest of the day was fine. I was lucky that Mrs. Jane didn't asked me for my ledger book, saying that those who had finished only can pass up. Close call! And I called Jason a piggy! so he got angry and took my pencil box away. I got angry and wanted to choke him and managed to get back my pencil box, with him sulking away. Sorry!

Later at night, me and my family went out to Hua Hua Restaurant to celebrate my birthday. The food was okay, I guess. Then while I was eating, my elder brother and his girlfriend called me, wanting to, you guess it, wish me a happy birthday!

Sorry, if I bore you guys with my "birthday story". LOL! For today, well, stayed back with Angel. Happy Birthday to you once again! RTB wanted to interview us about how we feel about the INFORAMA competition which is coming soon. Well, they told us to "fake out so many things". Wow! You guys should have been there. Oh, by the way, don't turn on the TV!!! LOL =P

I guess that is all. I don't really have the time to type so much. End-of-Year Exams are coming in about 2 weeks time, are you guys ready? I'm not! =( So, I got to cram all the facts into my head tonight. Hehehe...See you guys soon!

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25 September 2004
Happy Teachers' Day...NOT!

Teachers' Day, the only day when students are extra nice to teachers, and students showing their appreciation to their teachers. Hah! I can tell you all, it's all bullshit! It's just only that day, and after that day, I can tell you that the students will suddenly forget who they are. Deep in heart, they are all like..."As if I even care about you."

The day when on fine, so the whole school is holding class parties. Yes, parties are "meant" to be fun, but not on our class, Form 2Y. Let me tell you this horrible story with a horrible feeling. So, the time was like before 8 a.m. Because the counsellors told us that we can start the party, so I had asked everyone to eat a bit first. So, these stupid Malay guys took about half the box of chicken pies, and the others took about the other half, and left none for the teachers! Sheesh, such greedy people in this world. But that was just the beginning.

Our first teacher of the day was Mrs. Shafee, our class teacher, and she was proud to say that we were the first to start the party. Okay. Everything went smoothly. At about ten past eight, since Mrs. Shafee was the only teacher in the class, I went out and invited some of the teachers into our classroom. At that time they were in the Staff Room. So they accepted my invitation and I happily skipped back to the class.

The second teacher of the day was Cikgu Abdul Latif. Yay! We greeted him, presented him with food and serve him. After that he went out to another class. Mrs. Shafee came back and went out again. Because there weren't any teachers in the class, I went out and call them again. But the Staff Room was quite empty. So I went back. I stood outside of the class, waiting for the invited teachers to go in. And you know what?! Two teachers whom I had invited came up! Horray! But, BUT, they went in to Form 2B! HUH?! I was like, "What the hell?!" They all not "malu" kah? Inviting themselves to 2B before coming into our class. I was even there again!

In the end, they did come into our class, but I was upset. I invited them to our class first, yet they went in to 2B?! Do they prefer 2B than us? Another teacher was very good, she went into our class and before we knew, she went out! Grr...And the teachers that we expected to come never showed up! Huh?!

Our class was blacklisted, as you all know. Our class's name was mentioned in the assembly twice last time for causing disiplinary problems and cleanliness problem. Is it that bad until teachers don't really care about us anymore? I don't know. This morning was very bad, only about 10 teachers entered our class. For the others, the average was 20 teachers. And the usual naughty Malay guys, plus a couple of mischievious Chinese guys, caused havoc in the class.

The Principal and Cikgu Chong did came in, but not Miss Jane. She just walked past our class!!! Sigh~

I really don't know, are the teachers ignoring us, or just forgot to come to our class? Or maybe they made our class the last stop but time was up? I really don't know, but I was very angry, and upset! And one teacher mentioned that our class is so "plain"! So what?! Do they judge a book by its cover? I think so...Maybe that was the reason that kept them away from our class...

If they treat us like this, then, I guess it cannot be helped but to treat them the same. Have a miserable Teachers' Day, and I really hope that you teachers please, please, give us another chance. Would that be possible?

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23 September 2004
Touching Story

To Tiah, thanks for sending me this story, its really very touching! Sorry about the arrows though, it's actually copied straight from a forwarded mail...Hehe

> > > > Touching Story> > > > I cried for my brother 6 times> > > > I was born in a secluded village of a mountain.> > > > Days by days my parents plowed the yellow dry soil> > > > with their backs facing the sky.> > > >> > > > I have a younger brother, 3 years younger than me.> > > > Once, to buy a handkerchief which all girls around me> > > > seemed to have, I stole 50 cents from my father's drawer. Father> known> > > > about it right away.> > > >> > > > He made my younger brother and me kneeled against the> > > > wall, with a bamboo stick in his hand.> > > >> > > > "Who stole the money?" he asked.> > > >> > > > I was stunned, too afraid to talk. Father didn't hear> > > > any of us admit, so he said, "Fine, if nobody wants to> > > > admit, you two should be beaten!"> > > >> > > > He lifted up the bamboo stick.> > > >> > > > Suddenly, my younger brother gripped father's hand and> > > > said," Dad, I was the one who did it!"> > > >> > > > The long stick smacked on my brother's back repeatedly.> > > >> > > > Father was so angry that he kept on whipped my brother> > > > until he lost his breath.> > > >> > > > After that, he sat down on our stone bed and scolded> > > > my brother, "You have learnt to steal from your own> > > > house now, what other embarrassing things you> > > > will do in the future?? You should be beaten to death!> > > > You shameless thief!"> > > >> > > > That night, mother and I hugged my brother. His body> > > > full of injuries, but he didn't shed a single tear.> > > >> > > > In the middle of the night, all of sudden I cried out> > > > loudly.> > > >> > > > My brother covered my mouth with his little hand and> > > > said, " Sis, now don't cry anymore. Everything has> > > > happened."> > > >> > > > I still hate myself for didn't have enough courage to> > > > admit what I had done.> > > >> > > > Years gone by, but the incident still looked like it> > > > just happened yesterday.> > > >> > > > I will never forget my brother's expression when he> > > > protected me.> > > >> > > > That year, my brother was 8 years old; I was 11 years> > > > old.> > > >> > > > When my brother was in his last year of his lower> > > > secondary school, he was accepted in an upper> > > > secondary school in the central. At the same time, I> > > > was accepted into a province's university.> > > >> > > > That night, father squatted in the yard, smoking,> > > > packet by packet.> > > >> > > > I could hear him said, "Both our children have good> > > > results? very good results?"> > > >> > > > Mother wiped off her tears and sighed," What is the> > > > use? How can we possibly finance both of them?"> > > >> > > > At that time, my brother walked out, he stood in front> > > > of father and said,"Dad, I don't want to continue my> > > > study anymore, I have read enough books."> > > >> > > > Father swung his hand and slapped brother on his face.> > > >> > > > "Why do you have a spirit so damn weak? Even if it> > > > means I have to beg for money on the streets, I will> > > > send you two to school until you both finish your> > > > study!"> > > >> > > > And then, he started to knock on every house in the> > > > village to borrow money.> > > >> > > > I stuck out my hand as soft as I can to my brother's> > > > swollen face, and said, "A boy has to continue his> > > > study; If not, he will not be able to leave this> > > > depths of poverty."> > > >> > > > Me, on the other hand, had decided not to further my> > > > study to university.> > > >> > > > Who knows on the next day, before dawn, my brother> > > > left the house with a few pieces of worn-out clothes> > > > and a few dry beans. He sneaked to the side of my bed> > > > and left a note on my pillow;> > > > "Sis, get into an university is not easy. I will go> > > > find a job and send money to you."> > > >> > > > I held the note while sitting on my bed, and cried> > > > until I lost my voice.> > > >> > > > That year, my brother was 17 years old; I was 20 years> > > > old. With the money father borrowed from the whole> > > > village, and money my brother earned from carrying> > > > cement on his back at construction site,finally, I> > > > managed to get to the third year of my study in the> > > > university.> > > >> > > > One day, I was studying in my room, when my roommate> > > > came in and told me,"There's a villager wait for you> > > > outside!"> > > >> > > > Why is there a villager looking for me? I walked out,> > > > and saw my brother from afar, His whole body is dirty,> > > > covered by dust, cement and sands. I asked him, "Why> > > > don't you tell my roommate that you are my brother?"> > > >> > > > He replied with a smile," Look at my appearance. What> > > > will they think if they know that I am your brother?> > > > Don't they laugh at you?"> > > >> > > > I felt so touched, and tears filled my eyes. I swept> > > > away dusts from my brother's body. And said with a> > > > lump in my throat, " I don't care of what people say!> > > > You are my brother no matter what your appearance is?"> > > >> > > > >From his pocket, he took out a butterfly hair clip. He> > > > wore it on me, and said, "I saw all the girls in town> > > > are wearing it. So, I think you should also have one."> > > >> > > > I could not hold back myself anymore. I pulled my> > > > brother into my arms and cried and cried.> > > >> > > > That year, my brother was 20 years old; I was 23 years> > > > old.> > > >> > > > The first time I brought my boyfriend home, the broken> > > > window had been repaired.And it looked so clean inside> > > > the house.> > > >> > > > After, my boyfriend went home, I danced like a small> > > > girl in front of my mother, "Mom, you don't have to> > > > spend so many time cleaning the house!" But she said> > > > with a smile," It was your brother who went home early> > > > to clean the house. Didn't you see the wound on his> > > > hand? He was injured while replacing the window."> > > > I went into my brother's small bedroom. Looking at his> > > > thin face, I felt like there are hundreds of needle> > > > pricked in my heart.> > > >> > > > I put some ointment on his wound and bandaged it,> > > > "Does it hurt? " I asked him.> > > >> > > > "No, it doesn't hurt. You know, when I was working in> > > > the construction site, stones falling on my feet all> > > > the time. Even that could not stop me from working> > > > and?"> > > >> > > > In the middle of the sentence, he stopped. I turned my> > > > back on him and tears rolling down my face.> > > >> > > > That year, my brother was 23 years old; I was 26 years> > > > old.> > > >> > > > After I got married, I lived in the city. Lots of time> > > > my husband invited my parents to come and live with> > > > us, but they didn't want.> > > >> > > > They said, once they left the village,they didn't know> > > > what to do.> > > >> > > > My brother also didn't agree, he said, "Sis, you just> > > > taking care of your parents-in-law. I will take care> > > > of mom and dad here."> > > >> > > > My husband became the director of his factory. We> > > > wanted my brother to get the job as the manager in the> > > > department of maintenance. But my brother rejected the> > > > offer. He insisted on starting to work as a reparation> > > > worker.> > > > One day, my brother was on the top of a ladder> > > > repairing a cable, when he got electrocuted, and was> > > > sent to the hospital.> > > >> > > > My husband and I visited him. Looked at the white> > > > gypsum on his leg, I grumbled,"Why did you reject to> > > > be a manager? Manager will not do something dangerous> > > > like this. Look at you now, such a serious injury. Why> > > > you didn't want to listen to us?"> > > >> > > > With a serious expression on his face, he defended on> > > > his decision, "Think of brother-in-law?he just became> > > > the director, and I almost uneducated. If I became the> > > > manager, what kind of rumors will fly around?"> > > >> > > > My husband's eyes filled up with tears, and then I> > > > said, "But you lack in education also because of me!"> > > >> > > > "Why talking about the past?" My brother held my hand.> > > >> > > > That year, he was 26 years old and I was 29 years old.> > > >> > > > My brother was 30 years old when he married a farmer> > > > girl from the village.> > > > In his wedding reception, the master of ceremonies> > > > asked him, "Who is the one you respect and love the> > > > most?"> > > >> > > > Without thinking, he answered," My sister." He> > > > continued by telling a story I could not even> > > > remember.> > > >> > > > "When I was in primary school, the school was in> > > > different village.Everyday, my sister and I walked for> > > > 2 hours to go school and go home. One day, I lost one> > > > of my pair of gloves. My sister gave me one of hers.> > > > She only wore one glove and walked for so far. When we> > > > got home, her hand was so trembled because of the> > > > weather that was so cold that she could not even> > > > hold her chopsticks. From that day on, I swore that as> > > > long as I live, I would take care of my sister and be> > > > good to her."> > > >> > > > Applause filled up the room. All guests turned their> > > > attentions to me.> > > >> > > > Words were so hard to come out from my mouth, "In my> > > > whole life, the one I would like to thank the most is> > > > my brother,"> > > > And in this happy occasion,in front of the crowd,> > > > tears rolling down my face again.> > > >> > > > Love and care for the one you love every single days> > > > of your life. You may think what you did is just a> > > > small deed, but to that someone, it may mean a lot.> > > > Have a nice day everyone! May this story inspire you> > > > in any way!> > > >> > > >> > > >> > > >

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22 September 2004
So Many Homework, Yet So Little Time

Heya! Hey, kind of busy nowadays, partly its because of homework! If you guys are always updated with the Homework Blog (points below), you can see that there is very little homework! Not! Its all essays, essays, essays! Well, not all, but they may take a while to finish it off.

I had noticed that the most popular composition titles in our class this week is...the Royal Wedding! For English, we are given an option to do that, or some other topics, and for Bahasa Melayu, we need to do a report on it. Wow! Why can't they like give us the topic on the first week of school, at least we can remember things a lot more than usual. Oh well! At least its an easy topic to write, I guess...

That's all folks! See you!

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20 September 2004
My Method of Commiting Suicide

Take the quiz: "Method of Suicide"

Like the darkness that consumes you, your method of suicide is Drowning.

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15 September 2004
Quite Busy

Phew! I feel so relieved after going through the Piano Exam this morning. I expected it to be hard. I didn't expect it that it "wasn't that hard". Phew! Thank goodness. Guess I got lucky this time. Hehe...Yesterday went to this ICT Meeting. It was okay, I guess, but I have a feeling that its err... you know what I mean.

I guess this week is going to be a busy week for me. For tomorrow, I have to go for this Speed Reading seminar after school. Sigh~ I guess this is going to be a short post; in the meantime, you guys take care of yourselves =)

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13 September 2004
Some Pop Quiz, I Guess

1. You are given 1 million dollors. You must give it all away before the donor gives you $1 million. Who would you give it to? I guess I give it to the poor people...
2. If you had $1 million what would you do with it FIRST? Spend them all!
3. Do you participate in lotteries? Not really
4. Name 3 of your best physical features. My hands(ladies' envy them, LOL), legs(they're fast =P) and face(I'm handsome?!) ?
5. ..... 3 of your biggest virtues. Being kind, sweet, and nice
6. ......3 or you biggest vices. Being too nice, too kind and too truthful
7. ...... 3 of your favorite pleasures in life. Relaxing, having fun and reading!
8 If you were a member of the opposite sex, what would you choose to do for your occupation? Err...maybe a fashion designer, a ballet dancer and maybe talk-show queen like Oprah Winfrey??? Luckily, its a "What if?" question, so it will never happen!
9. If you were to come back after death as another animal, what animal would you choose to be? Cheetah, maybe a dove!
10. What kind of 'baby' are you... water, clouds, beach, garden? Clouds

Questions are from Monday Madness

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Back to School...Again

Why does time have to pass so fast? And now, it's the end of the holiday! Noooo!!! Oh well. Anyway, I just wanted to say Happy Birthday to Jia Wei! And good luck for your Practical Piano Exam! And to me too...I'm not even ready! And it's 2 days away!!! Sigh~

I guess I'm not ready to go back to school. Not ready to wake up early. Not ready to do anything! Boo-hoo-hoo...

(Okay, maybe I'm over-reacting)

4 more weeks till End-of-Year Exams, hope you guys are ready, because I'm not. Oh well, I guess I had enough of typing. I stop here. See you guys in school! And don't forget, we have Science Extra-Class after school tomorrow!

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12 September 2004

What a 5 ine 5 ine 5 ine day...LOL...I posted this post to in conjunction that 500 users all around the world had visited my site(Horray!), the 5th blog picture to be published(which is about a wizard in a forest), and the 50th postings that is posted. Isn't it fabulous?!

Yesterday was 11th September 2004, which is the 3rd Anniversary of the downfall of World Trade Center, and the day where many innocent people had died. Anyways, here are some changes made to this website in conjunction to this very coincidental event:

I guess that is all. Thank you guys for making a stop here and before you go, please sign the Guestbook(so far only 7 entries) or tag at the Tagboard! Okay see you all later.

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09 September 2004
Soaked Wet!

Help! I'm one of those 3000 people that were drenched in the rain. What happened?! Okay, will tell you this story. So this morning I woke up early, and I went to school. The sun was still shining so brightly. So off I went into the hall, waiting for instructions to be given. It was 8.30 a.m., and we had breakfast. Moments later, Miss Jane went up on stage and announced that the ceremony will start at 11.00 a.m. and will end at 1.00 p.m. Talk about a long delay! So, at about 9.10 a.m., we set off to the RIPAS graveyard. Gasp! Fortunately, we don't really stand exactly on it, but hundreds of meters away from it.

So we waited for the Royal Couple to pass by us. While waiting for time to pass, we played UNO!!! It was the longest game of UNO I had ever played, it took about 45 minutes of our time. And that's good! After that, I played a game of chess with Jia Wei, but I lost to him =(. Oh well. Finally, 11.00 a.m.! But still no sign of the Royal Couple. So my friends and I sat by the roadside. And finally, some cars were on their way to us. Too bad the Royal Couple weren't inside, just some V.I.P.s. Anyways, so we waited for them patiently(not!). At that time, it was cloudy. Thank goodness! We were almost being fried! And suddenly, drops of rain fell from the sky. There was a drizzle. It wasn't so bad. I opened up Steven's umbrella and we shared it. And it happened thrice. After a very very long delay(about 1 hour and 15 minutes later), finally they came! Wow, they dressed up so neatly, and they were like smiling and waving hands. Shouts of "Allah Selamatkan Pengantin Diraja" can be heard. By that time, it was raining heavily and everyone got wet. As they passed by us, the rain got heavier and heavier and rolls of thunder can be heard. Most of the girls screamed. LOL. But it was really scary. What if lightning struck all of us. Fortunately, it never did.

I rushed to get Steven's umbrella, and hastily opened it up, and accidentally cut Steven's hand(Sorry!). Seconds after that, guess what happened? His Majesty the Sultan and Her Royal Highness passed by us! Eeeekkk!! And I tossed the umbrella back and forth. I mean like, its really disrespectful to open umbrellas in front of His Majesty. Ugh~ Sorry! Its raining very heavily. Strong wind blew and thunder rolled. The rain got heavier and heavier. Everyone frantically ran to seek shelter from the rain and it was getting chilly. I quickly took out my raincoat and wore it. Thanks Mom! Just then, Chua came and asked for Steven's umbrella as he was trying to protect his video camera, I think, from the rain. Huh?! Anyways, I just gave it to him and I ran for my dear life to seek for shelter and went into a small one, crowded with teachers. Then I moved to the arch near the Court. I found my friends soaking wet. Since many people had begun to run back to school we followed them. As we crossed the bridge to reach the other side, we found that it was cramped with other school students, and there was no way for us to squeeze through. So we ran back and used the other lane of the bridge.

After running for about a kilometre, we finally reached school safely. horray! My Dad was there, waiting to give me a ride back home. And that was all that had happened. There is another part of this story, but I'm too lazy to type it out, and I guess you guys too, have difficulty reading lines and lines of text. So I guess that is all, take care and don't play in the rain!

P.S. The clinics in Brunei could probably be earning a lot of money. Why? You figure it out yourself ;)

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06 September 2004
Stuck at Home

I really relly thanked y Mom for letting me to use her laptop for the whole day! Now I can finally "temporarily" come online. Okay, let ne tell you a story of how I coudn't make it online. Once upon a time, which was a few days ago, there was a freak storm that occured in Muara. Suddenly, there ws this big and long thunderbolt that streked across the dark night sky. All of a sudden, there was a blackout. I was so scared I called ny Dad very loudly for help!!! But instead, my maid came in and handed me a torchlight. Oh well! A couple of minutes later, my Dad, the hero, retored the electric supply to our house. Horray! But something smeels which came from my brother's room. So I went to explore, and one of the fluorescent lamp in his room was errr....fused, I think. So that particulr lamp cannt work anymore, and worse still, it's emitting soe sort of a smell. Poor him! I wonder how he managed to sleep that night.

That wasn't the only thing which was spoilt. The cordless telephone, my moden, the autoated gate are just a couple of things that were spoilt. sigh, and why must it happen during the holidays?! It's so so so unfair. -.- So now, here am I, writing out this post using my Mom's laptop, and waiting for the technician to come and repair. Sigh~

Life is sometimes so unfair, don't you think? I guess this is all I have to write, I got to do so many other things that I planned to do in the Internet today. I see you all later (hopefully). So long!

P.S. Don't mind some spelling mistakes here. The laptop's keyboard is so...different

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01 September 2004
About Me As A Creature

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You're a unicorn. You're very pure and innocent.
Almost everyone loves you and you love almost
everyone. You may be naive to the point of
gullibility. You're pretty much incapable of
violence, the exception being when someone you
love is threatened. While your intentions are
nothing but good, some might call you a
"straight-edger." Your alignment is

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You are Form 0, Phoenix: The Eternal.

"And The Phoenix's cycle had reached
zenith, so he consumed himself in fire. He
emerged from his own ashes, to be forever

Some examples of the Phoenix Form are Quetzalcoatl
(Aztec), Shiva (Indian), and Ra-Atum
The Phoenix is associated with the concept of life,
the number 0, and the element of fire.
His sign is the eclipsed sun.

As a member of Form 0, you are a determined
individual. You tend to keep your sense of
optomism, even through tough times and have a
positive outlook on most situations. You have
a way of looking at going through life as a
journey that you can constantly learn from.
Phoenixes are the best friends to have because
they cheer people up easily.

Which Mythological Form Are You?
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freshrimp put thoughts into writing at 18:13.
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Funny Incident On Road

Oh well! I'm actually quite relieved now, since all of the test papers had been given back, except for RK. I'm satisfied with my marks, even though for some subjects I don't actually deserve it. Hehe...

Okay, I'm not going to write much about how well I had done in my test. I wanted to share with you al about something funny that happened in the roads of Brunei. There was this red car which was driving in the left lane. Well, nothing unusual over there, just an ordinary red car. Since our lane was clear, my driver overtook this red car. ZOOOMMM!!! And something extraordinary happened. The driver of the red car was a lady who was wearing a baju kurung. Maybe because she was in a rush, I guess she must have closed the car door before part of her skirt actually went into the car. So this piece of "cloth" was stuck outside while she and the rest of her clothings were inside the car! So it went flapping against the wind. It was green in colour. It was so funny and stupid that my brother and me laughed like a pack of hyenas. HAHAHHAHA!!! And she didn't even know! God knows how many people had witnessed it. Maybe she ought to be more careful next time.

You know what, I don't think I should have said it out. Later it will happen to me. Ugh~ But too bad I don't have a skirt, so who cares!

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