Look at your computer time. You are getting sleepy. Well I am sleepy but anyway.

Head over to Kamigoroshi‘s site and help him to raise money for the National Cancer Society of Malaysia.

I haven’t done many things in years, including buying books, but I’ll probably go out and get this:
Bunny Suicides (the link will die in a few days due to legal issues.)

I also haven’t done quizzes of these nature:

You scored as Materialist. Materialism stresses the essence of fundamental particles. Everything that exists is purely physical matter and there is no special force that holds life together. You believe that anything can be explained by breaking it up into its pieces. i.e. the big picture can be understood by its smaller elements.









Cultural Creative








What is Your World View? (updated)
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I also watched War Of The Worlds, a good movie. Nice special effects, very neat lighting (in the beginning, notice how it has High Dynamic Range, something you’d see in Half-Life 2?) I actually watched it out of curiosity to see how much the ending could suck. But hey! It made sense, and I stood up, pointed and laughed at everybody who paid to see that movie. Then I realized I would have to laugh at myself too, it being the second movie I paid for this year. (Initial D being the first.) Why run to Boston? They drink tea unlike those Americans.

Edit: The girl in the movie was annoying. However she was not as annoying as this one guy who was on the phone in the cinema, standing at the back near a door. Just as the movie was getting to a lull, another guy told him off by shouting “OI! STFU!” (and we supported him) and actually walking up to the back of the cinema to ask him to get out of the cinema. That was cool. Cinemas could give free tickets to angry burly men to tell noisy people off. 😀

4 thoughts on “Randomosity

  1. disco-very Post author

    that bunny suicides page is one of the best tests for office-induced composure. good lord.

    thanks for sharing!

  2. Albert Ng Post author

    expectation: You didn’t blog about meeting me either!

    disco-very: I believe something that good should be shared by calling attention with a goofy grin ready to explode and break chairs.

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