Friday, October 30, 2009

Its Okay

Its okay that you will never understand me. Its okay I can never undestand you. Its okay that no one will know how I feel. Its okay if people find it hard to relate to this. Its okay, that I given up all hope. Its okay, I will no longer talk this to you. Its okay, that I will never listen to you. Its okay, that I don't believe the reason "because he is older". Its okay that you know, I will dissapear if you leave soon. Its okay, I have given up. Its okay, for me to not mention this to you anymore. Its okay, that I accepted my own fate. Its okay, that I will never agree with you. Its okay.

Tuesday, October 27, 2009


Ergh.. I feel my digestion system is going hay wire, it does not help that I drank more soft drinks than usual and had less veggies and fruit. I feel very lagged and bogged down. I need something get me moving again. I used to drink coffee and herbal teas a lot. Coffee is very good actually, despite the corny and kinda false information given by Maya Karin. Yes, coffee beans does have antioxidants, but how much of it really survived the roasting process anyway. Caffeine is a good stimulant. According to my pharmacology book, its great to treat boredom, increased alertness and increase overall happiness. It also aids in improving bowel movements in the intestines, which makes doing number two in the john, so much more easier. I guess that is why so many people are happy in Starbucks, Coffeebeans and Kopitiams. However, caffeine dose in human beings varied irradically among people. Some can drink 4 cups with out any effect, some take a sip and then either break out in pimples, goes on a diarrhea marathon, or fall asleep. Yes, fall asleep, too much caffeine actually causes you to fall asleep more. Tea is also good, with so many variety of it, you so many choices. The most popular tea is the black tea, which is the fermented tea, while green tea is now the thing to drink among health conscious individuals. Most people thought green tea and black tea comes from a different plant, but actually its from the same plant, Camellia sinensis. Green tea is the wilted and unoxidized tea leaf. We also have white tea, which is unwilted and unoxidize, yellow tea, unwilted, unoxidized, but allowed to yellow, and oolong tea, wilted, partly oxidized and bruised . All from the same plant but processed differently. The teh tarik that we drink is the black tea, which is the most processed. There is also these herbal teas. Most of the time they don't contain the same plant that we produce teas, but made from flowers or fruits.

Herbal teas from Cambodia, I only managed to drink one bag of the 4 that was given to me. Love it.. very different from regular tea. Its feels like diet tea, since it warms you up inside, and makes you go to the toilet often. I stopped drinking it, and now I feel huge again. Back to drinking these things again..

Friday, October 23, 2009

Smooth and Soft

I have a love hate relationships with lotions and creams. I love when used on my face to treat acne, to even out the colours of the skin, to prevent skin darkening, to prevent burning and to prevent skin cancer depending of the type of cream and lotion you buy. Its something I do religiously after every time I take a shower since I was 12. Lotion on other parts of the body is the hate part of the relationships. I just like to put it on my hands, feet and body. Lotions and creams as you know are greasy, even though they say its not greasy, its going to be greasy the first 15 minutes, and if you do sweat, or get contact with water, you can feel the lotion seeping out of your skin and making it more greasy. I feel I do get 8 glasses of water each day but certain parts of my body looks like the dessert. On my hands, the sides of the nails gets chapped and dry, which will puncture and rip the latex glove that I need to use everyday. The sole of my feet dry so badly, it becomes hard, chapped and thick, sometimes its so chapped its like an open wound, and it hurts when I walk. It also traps dirt which worsen the condition. My elbows, knees, knuckles and ankles, are black due to accumulation of melanin and dry because of I don't know why. Since I washed my hands more frequently now, since I work in the lab, the sides of the nails gets chapped even more, which requires me to carry a bottle of lotion with me to the lab. I have to apply cream to the sole of my feet or it would cracked up to a wound. I feel like the Tin Man, from Wizard of OZ from having to grease my joints. Putting lotion on your face is different, because once you put it on, you don't touch your face nor do you pressed your face on objects. If I put lotion on my hands and feet, I need at least 10 minutes for myself, to not touch anythings, or it will leave a greasy mark and at least 1 hour before I can touch liquids. Ergh.. the results are nice with smooth soft skin, but the treatment is so bad and its for the rest of my life. I just can't see my skin getting oily as my face and scalp. I guess all the moisture from my hands, feet and joints goes to my face and scalp, because the face and scalp are the two things that get oily easily.

Quality ingredients has its price, the white bottle, Paula's Choice Body Lotion with 10% alpha hydroxy is RM90 for a 237 ml bottle, packed with antioxidants and soothing ingredients, while the Nivea Body Intensive Milk retails at RM 2.90 for 75ml bottle, is a basic moisturizer that, well does a basic job. As I am writing this, I am waiting for the lotion to fully absorb. Now I have baby smooth hands, but greasy...


Kalau tgh mlm lapor, ertinya bdn tgh bkr calori kan. Resist to mkn, resist gi dapur dgn gigihnya buat cupcake dan buttercream frosting walaupun bhn semua ada. Resist!!
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Thursday, October 22, 2009


Where is the band? Yes, there seem to be band, but only the marker band on the first lane on the left and other genomic band on the left. Plasmid band? Where got? Why? because we did not used a plasmid DNA extraction kit. At least the marker works, there is genomic DNA, but the plasmid that we need is not. Hmm... we have to start culturing it in LB broth then extract it using a plasmid kit. All this is done by today and tomorrow. See, I am not that slow you know, I can go fast if I choose to...

Jelak kan membaca post2 org tgh emo. Nak wat mcm mn. Emo season dtg! Harap abaikan posting ini yeay.
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Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Shift The Future

I love cars, but most of it its out of reach, even if I sold one of each paired organs, I still wont be able to get it. However an Impuls tuned Nissan Latio, is something achievable. I seen one up close at Giant. Damn.. I want one.. It sooo, nice looking, but I want a silver sport rim. I can't stand my mother laughing because she said gold rims, remind her of yellow teeth or gold tooth.. EEkk..


Crap.. I thought I would finish today's work and show it to Wendy. I was dilligent today, I only spend time online and to my lab tech room's only during time the experiment allowed me to do so. Alas.. one can only wish well, sometimes you can't predict the crappy things that can happened during an experiment. Sigh... wait ah.. everyone, just wait a little longer..

I promise, I will finish soon, please hold on just wee bit longer okay...

3 Tips For Less Cluttered Room

Yes, less cluttered but never clean, because I know I can never or try to make it clean, just less cluttered. There was a show on Oprah, about cleaning up your mess. I only managed to watch the last 30 minutes of it, but it was worth it, because it thought me a few simple rules to keep my room "less cluttered"

1.Keep Flat Surface Clear

I absolutely love this one, and its the first thing that I do. It means anything that has a flat surface, should be clear. These include desk and beds. They are made to work and sleep on (desk or bed, you choice ;) ). They are not storage units that you can dumped all your stuff. This makes the biggest impact in my room. I can lay on my bed anytime now, and have a clear desk now.

2. Assign Areas

This means we should assign each area to do a particular task. Bed = sleeping, Desk = laptop, Closet = clothes etc. We should never put our stuff on a place not assigned to it.

3. One In Out

This is a rather tough one, since what ever one thing you have placed in your room, you must take one out. Oooh its tough, because I am a hoarder myself and like to keep stuff. However I try to throw out whatever I can now. Since none of it is worth donating anyways.

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Simple As That

How many seconds are there in 16 hours. 960…. Yep… that was what I inserted in the thermocyler machine on how long I want it to reheat my PCR tubes. If you are the type that gets math quite fast, then you know off the bat, that is WRONG!!!!! Well some how when I wrote it down on paper, I forgotten that there is 60 seconds in a minute and 60 minute in an hour. I skiped one of the 60s number in my calculation. So instead of happily waiting for the reaction to finish at 11.30, since I started it around 8.30. I came to the lab at 10.30 to see the reaction has already finished. I sensed something was wrong, but I brushed it off, only when I wanted to start my second experiment on the same machine but with a different time spand, it dawn on me.. hmm 5 minutes in seconds is 300… wait.. but I inserted 960 yesterday for the other reaction.. CRAP!!!! 960 is only 16 I waited all night (not wait la kan) slept all morning (that I did) but only to find out, nothing had happened..OUCH!!!! that stinks really bad.. So I got 4 reactions that has not reacted fully, my supervisor told me, test it first, but don’t rush into it. How ironic… I know I sense other people are telling me to go faster underneath their breath when they speak to me, but to have someone to tell me to slow down.. ooooooh.. Irony is cruel…

Monday, October 19, 2009

Dear U

This is an open letter to U. U is not someone, or something. It’s abstract, a manifestation of recent events that crowded my mind. Before all of you judge it, trust me, U will not be reading this, I don’t think U know the existence of my own personal space on the internet. U is not a person but a recollection of feelings, rants and rage. An epitome of this blog of the things that can manifest in me. Instead of guessing who or what U is, just read, perhaps it brings your own rage and problems that you have solved or have put it behind you.

Dear U

We grow weary of your tantrums. We understand you are under pressure, but we are not a cushion that you can yell and get upset to release the frustration you have from missing a turn to the airport. You never told us you could not see well in the night anymore. Remember some of us have valid license too, we all can drive you to the air port too. Probably not 20 minutes but 35 minutes. You should stop getting mad on the road, not every body drives 150km like you do. Just slow down, wait for a gap and leave them behind, and don’t get irritated just because some other car is faster than you. U, you really need to stop and see what you are really doing to the people around you. Some people will push you away, and some have left you already in spirit, all that is left is the punching bag that you mold them into. Just because we share the same genes, does not make you more superior. Even though religion and culture inclines you to have the upper hand, how much before it turns you into a joke to us. We given up already U, you have gotten worser as you age, unlike cheese that grows nice by the age, you became a fungus on a wall that becomes uglier as time go by. U, if people know who you really are, our thoughts, feelings and hurt will probably not be accounted for, just because of your status in life. Congrats you found away to change people into a doormat, but surely enough we will leave you someday, and they day you wonder what went wrong, it will be too late.

U, what happened to us? We used to be so close, so together, so in love. What happened? It is because of distance? Age difference? Social status? Education? It has been two months since we last met. You said would see us, but you had no time. We understand if you have to spend time with your family, family as in your family that can give you an organ in case you needed a new one, but your god family/adopted family. You would go all the way to meet them but not us? Are we not family too? We thought that since you had to take care of your brother, we given you space to breath, but who knows, you would still have time to ditched your brother at your sibling house to help a friend out in a location just 15 minutes away from me? We thought by given you an actually space so that you don’t have to travel, yet somehow you managed to do it so. You lost your phone for days, we thought you got run over by a lorry, you just did not have the time to sms us you lost your phone. We felt so unworthy of your attention that we did not even want to see you. We did try, but you gave that golden word “We’ll see how”. That is the word we use to ditched people we don’t like who asked us out. We listened to our friends and looked backed at our past experienced. We are not sure anymore about you. Perhaps it is the beginning of the end.

U, why is it so hard to work with you? Its almost 3 years already, we been together. Aren’t you tired of us already. Do we even have enough reasons to stay together. Why is it we never looked forward to see you. Why is it, we rather lay in bed than to see you each morning. We are not sure anymore. Perhaps we are masochist who likes to inflict pain on ourselves for pleasure. We have everything to complete you, but somehow you never seem to be completed. We are tired with dealing with other people who compared us with other people. However, with you, its something that can be dealt. I know you want to be finished too. U, lets work together, we can move on after this. I know you can’t wait for your next transformation, so why not. We can do it U.

Sunday, October 18, 2009


We had a karaoke machine at home. I think many homes had these old VCD player with karaoke function. My dad even bought microphones and all the other equipments. He did try to have like a singing session with the family, but somehow the idea escapes us all, especially my mother. It was just not something that we as a family would do. As a result, the karaoke system got covered with dust overtime, and in the end, we totally forgotten that we had it. However, on my dad's side, karaoke was the thing to do. It was a family event that is commonly done during weddings, open houses or just for plain fun. I kinda wondered maybe the karaoke gene skipped our family or did it. Slowly as sure, each of the sibling seemed to pick up the karaoke fever at around the same time at different ages. We all seemed to be picking on karaoke or some form of music. My brother is in a Scremo band, going here and there, promoting their music in gigs and stuff, my youngest sister, is the queen of mp3 downloads and lyrics. My other sisters and I, now enjoy our karaoke sessions together or with our own friends often. Its kinda funny to me how the transition from being completely adverse to idea of holding a mic, to a weekly activity. Now only if my mother would like to join a session, then we could have like a family outing at the karaoke centre with the buffet. Yum!

Saturday, October 17, 2009


Why can't I remember peoples names? This has never given me a major problem until now. I could carry on a conversation for hours without knowing the person's name. I met a good old friend at a gathering today. It was such a surprised because the last time, I talked to him it was 7 years ago, when we were in 3rd or 4th semester and he was moving to the main campus. He was just one of the few people that I clicked with the first time we met. You know how suddenly we could hang out with people whom had similar interest with us. So I considered him one of my closest friends during my diploma. So far I kept in contact with most of my friends. However I KNOW THEIR NAMES !!!!! So its easy to find them on various social networks. Argh!!!!!! Tension!
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Thursday, October 15, 2009


No no, not those kind of Abs, but A.B.S which stands for anti lock braking system. ABS was first developed for airplanes in 1929. This is important because when the plane lands, the last thing we want is the wheel to lock up and the plain skids to its doom. We all learned threshold braking in driving school, which basically not to press the brake pedals too hard that it will lock up the wheels. Somehow during panic and emergency situation, all you want to do is step on the pedal and pray for dear life. Chrysler and Bendix cooperation introduced a rear ABS (works only on the rear wheel, since rear wheel usually lock up first than the front wheels) on 1971 Imperial. Bosch and Mercedes Benz fitted 4 wheel (front and rear wheel) multi channel ABS for its 1978 Mercedes S Class.
ABS basically works by rapidly pulsating (applying brake and then release it) up to 20 times per second, so the wheel never locks up but will slow down. It will do this until the vehicle reaches 5km/h before it performs like a normal brake.
This is particulary important on wet road where tires will lock up easily thus looses it ability to grip the road which in turn causes us to loose control of our cars, which can be deadly. However on loose soil, gravel or sand, ABS increases the distance. The reason for is that normal braking system will lock the wheel, and accumulation of soil, gravel and sand will form in front of the tires which will help stop the vehicle. Modern cars that actually go off road (SUV, Trucks, etc) have sensors that can lock the wheel up to allow build up of dirt in front of the tires to shorted stopping distance.
Many modern cars now offer ABS as an option or standard equipment. The Viva, Myvi, Kembara, Nautica, Persona, Gen2, Waja, Satria Neo, Satria Gti, Perdana and Exora offers this on their higher end models. Kancil, Kelisa, Kenari, Rusa, Saga Iswara, Saga, Satria, Arena, and Wira does not. Most of the imported car in Malaysia have this as a standard feature.

Change It

Boy did I woke up on the wrong side of bed today. Everything was wrong and everything sucked. I figured maybe I need to do something out of the ordinary, I calmed down, clean up my room, well most of it, had a good breakfast without adding too much oil and this goat coffee mix my dad bought by the board. I definetly feels refreshed. It also helps that I could finally do something that I wanted for a long time, which is to blog at anytime of the day , anywhere I choose to be. Thank you Celcom Blackberry prepaid for allowing me to do this.

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True Intention

What is my true intention anyway? What do I really want in life? What do I plan to do? This are the question that we all have in ourselves. I am afraid I am reverting back to that clueless stage and its scaring me. I am my greatest enemy and I am afraid of the clueless side will win. I can't even get out of bed early. Things have getting out of hand. Perhaps one thinks too much of it or perhaps one have lost focus. Someone dear to me said you need to make mistakes to learn or hit rock bottom. I think I am still falling and haven't reached the bottom.
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Block, Random. Free

I can't believe I have writers block. I used to be able to write stuff in my blog. When there are boundaries and stuff that I put it. I became stuck.. Ergh.. I hate being stuck. I think I almost forgotten the main reason I have a blog. Just like my title desription, its about my rants and raves and the many personality that can manifest in me. When it comes to writing, if you write it, people will read it. Bad, good, nerdy, emo.. if people complained or talked about it, then it means your doing something right eh.. :D

Speaking of being emo, yes I do feel a bit emo now. I was really off today, probably a conversation hit a nerve somewhere that caused me to be a bit off. Well I do feel a bit better after a bit of snacking, a bit of music, huge quantity of water, which I will regret later in morning. So far, I think its okay right.. The only thing not right, is the amount of mess that accumulates in my room. Hate cleaning up, but how am I supposed to have that IKEAish home I dream, if I can't keep my room clean first.. :D

Nanaodrop Machine. So cool, can measure practically anything as long as its in a liquid form.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Call Me

It was a nice morning in campus. I was having breakfast at this stall while surfing the net on my laptop. It was indeed a cool morning. Then a phone rang, the stall owner who resembles my Lab Techologist, gave me her phone, it was my Professor. He called me to asked me about my protein work. I said to him it was in the process. Then I realised, it was a dream. My advisor called me through my dream? How scary is that really..

The orange model was the phone used in the dream..Ergh..

Monday, October 12, 2009

Tips To Lower The Cost Of Servicing Your Car

I just typed something long and detailed but I know no one has time to read it so this is my compressed tips.

1. Read the Warranty

Read it so you know, when to service your car and what parts are covered. It tells you things that will void/cancel the warranty. Its nice to be worry free for the first few years of owning the car.

2. Say No to Additives

If they offer you any kind of additives, say no. No car manufacturers recommend additives to their engine. Its waste of money. Reject it and smile back the sniving mechanic/

3. Read the Car Manual

If the Warranty Card does not tell you the service interval, refer to the car manual. Most service centre will tell you, that you need to service every 3 months or 5000km. Unless your car manual states that, don't believe them. Go with the recommended interval by the manual. Now most cars can be service at every 10,000km or 6 months, or 20,000km or 12 months.

4. Severe or Normal Driving

Severe drivings includes:
  • Driving high speed with temperatures exceeding 37 degrees Celsius
  • Excessive stop and go driving or idling
  • Driving in mountains
  • Driving in salt air
  • Car used as a taxi or rental
  • Towing trailers.

If you have more than one of these conditions your car, stick to the severe schedule, even the severe schedule sometimes never go low as 3 months or 5000km

5. Lubricants

Back in the old days when cars were invented, we only have mineral based lubricants. So its not surprising for the 3 months/5000km service interval. However over the years, say 100 years, technology in car lubricants has improved, so please chuck that 3 months/5000km interval out of the windows. Car manuals only states the viscosity of the oil, now whether it should be mineral, semi synthetic or fully synthetic. However please refer back if they do recommend any, but in my 6 cars experience, only the 190e, with the car manual sponsored by oil company had brand recommendation (guess by whom?)

Rule Of Thumb To Choose a Lubricant

  • Mineral Oil

Comes in 20w-50 viscosity. Its the cheapest oil. It basically means the oil is thicker and mineral based. Used for older engine whose parts are looser over the years, so you need the thicker oil to cover it.

  • Semi Synthetic Oil

Comes in 10w-30, 10w-40 or 15w-45, and 15w-50. Combination of mineral and synthetic oil. Most common use oil for current engines.

  • Fully Synthetic

Comes in 0w-30, or 5w-30. 100% man made/ synthetic. Used in high performance engines or those who extends their service interval

6. Service Interval

Modern cars can last more than 5000km or 3 months before its next service. Open your manual and you will find that for normal driving it will be 10,000km or 6 months.

Rule of Thumb Interval

Mineral - old engines interval can be extended up to 6 months, but the distance between the changes can vary between a few hundreds kilometers to 10.000km. A well kept engine can be extended up to 10,000km. Modern mineral oils have their own additives to protect your engine.

Semi- Most commonly used. 6 months/10,000km is the norm for this lubricant and for new cars.

Fully synthetic - Used in engines that has long interval change 12 months or 20,000km or high performance engines.

Well that is all for my tips, based on my experienced. My mechanic said, my old 190e Mercedes has no sludge built up, which is the result of my care when servicing engine. The only problems we have now, is that the car is old and most parts are at the end of their service life. Most important is to trust the manual and then get a mechanic that you can trust.

Celcom blackberry

I love celcom blackberry prepaid plan. Now I can email anywhere which means blog anywhere. Cool.
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Sunday, October 11, 2009

Perodua MPV Terbaru

The latest offering from Perodua, the Perodua MPV. The real name, I have no idea, but these are the pictures of it. The side view looks like a Viva, the rear view looks like a Myvi, the front view looks like the child of Viva and Myvi. Its a bit wider than the Myvi, but not that much. It has a 1.5 litre engine similar to the Avanza. Its not home made or home grown like the Proton Exora but a shared car between Toyota and Daihatsu. Don't fret so much about originality, sharing is caring after all and most car company does it. Its part of a global thing. Well, you should expect acceleration similar to the Myvi even though it has a bigger engine but its also heavier. Also expect luggage space comparable to a Viva or Avanza for that matter with all the seats up. Expect it to have the good ol Perodua quality. It may look small, but in my theory, just like Viva, people will be surprised of how much space is inside of it. Although the Exora is larger, the Perodua MPV withs its lighter weight will have more pep that the Exora, in theory. Exora may be bigger, but so is all the other cars in the Proton range compared with Perodua, but Myvi and Viva tops its sales chart in its respected classes. So book now :p if you need that MPV space for your growing family

Saturday, October 10, 2009


Its a story about a plate size papadom, not those bites size or palm size, but 10 inch in diameter size papadom. I want a papadom that big too!!

Its a story the origins of a fictionous (is it?) Nasi Kandar stall that grew for a small stall beside a building to a franchise business.

Its a story about a caring dad, a loving mother, and a sweet daughter.

Its a story about friends and how they stick with each other through thick and thin.

It's a story about a father never wanting to stop being a father, and a daughter who wants to grow up.
It's another story by a our beloved director Afdlin Shauki. He told us in his blog, this story is very relateable to him, how he as a husband and father feels when going through his own life. How to balance money, love and responsibility. Its a story that strikes the core of every man who chooses to be a father, husband or both (hey some people choose to adopt only..). Its a comedy, a family comedy, that deserves to be shared with the whole family (its rated PG13.. so I guess you need to bring the whole family). This film won Best Film, Best Actor (Afdlin), Best Actress (Liyana Jasmay, who played the daughter of Aflidin), Best Musical Score (Music in film and Best Original Story. I agree, it sounds like a simple plot, but the story line is defiantly some I did not expect. I hope people watch this film with their family and friends. and see for yourself the hidden message you can find or understand in the film.
This film reminds me of Q&A in a Reader Digest issue. This is how I remember the Q&A went..
Dear Aunty
I have two daughters, Sarah 15 and Amanda 11. I gave Sarah lots of Independence and trust when she was 11 because she showed traits of maturity and responsibility that lets me be at ease. Amanda has just turned 11 and I am not sure about dealing a child favourite argument "you let her do it at that age, so why won't you let me?" I want to be fair to my children but I am not sure how to deal with this predicament.
Fair Parent
Dear Fair Parent
Each morning, look at your reflection in the mirror and tell yourself " I am the parent, I make the rules, I am the parent, I make the rules, I am the parent, I make the rules". If your child does bring that favourite argument to you just say "Yes I let Sarah do it when I feel she is capable of doing it, so I will let you do it too when I feel you are capable of doing it"
Ouch... that certainly stings to the child that hears it and definitely THE answer to give. It kinda explains why my mother treats us all a bit differently, different child, different parenting.....
Just like papadom... ;)

Wednesday, October 7, 2009


I remember watching this commercial on television years back, I am not sure if it was on Astro or the now defunct Mega TV. It was a man voice in a commercial. It was telling us all the senses that we have (sight, hearing, taste, etc) but at the end the most important sense he told us, was the sense of style...It amuses me a bit in the end when he said that, its like being blind or deaf is okay as long as you look good. That brings a whole new meaning to a malay saying "biar papa kedana asalkan bergaya" (being poor is okay as long as you look good). Its not THE MOST IMPORTANT thing but being in style or having a personal style is important. Some people seem to just walk out of a magazine while some looked like walk out of a laundry basket. It is intuative, that the well dressed people seemed to immitate and do it even better than the people they are copying. Is it something they were born with, they have this amazing eye, hand, and pose coordination that they can whip out anything in their closet and still look right. It helps nothing is wrong in their closet. Could it be something that you learn over the years after looking like sack of potatoes then somehow you learn to find stuff that looks nice while still feeling comfortable. It could be something else. Who knows what is in the minds of designers, stylist, and models, which they make thing seem effortless. Perhaps it is, since the more you tried, the more likely you look like "you are trying too hard". Why am I writing this? Well yesterday I moved our computer out of my dad office. What is the connection you ask? I think yesterday was the longest time I ever spent in her room in like 5 years after our house got renovated. My sister does dress well and 99% of the time she gets it write. She is a personal shopper to her friends and to the family. Kinda makes you wonder what makes her tick. After a long look in her room while setting up the wireless network again at our house.

Even those with a natural sense of style need updates and new knowledge from those who are experts in it. I never knew she had so many of these books.

This is just something for my friends, those who loves shoes and have lots of the. My mother got fed up with my sister's shoe collection taking up space in the family shoe cabinet, so she made my sister get a custom made shoe closet to store about 3/4 of her shoes. The other 1/4 is still in the family shoe cabinet.

Monday, October 5, 2009

Shoe In

Its nice to be wearing an good pair of shoes (expensive). I forgotten how cushy a good shoe feels. Instead of those cheap pairs that allowed me feel the surface I am walking on. They say a nice looking shoes tend to have nice looking humans wearing it, or at least well dressed. I still don't know if this is leather or something else. It supposed to be a limitted edition shoe. I have no idea, I am just starting to warm up to spend money on a great pair of shoes.

To Remember What Is Worth

Is good to remember the things you almost forget. Time you enjoy with friends, time that you enjoy with your loved ones. Its not always smooth sailing all the ways, there will be bumps along the way. Which how life supposed to be right? Nothing wrong with being emo now and then, just as long you remember to snap out of it

On other notes, I do hope these are positive clones of DNA insert. I forgot to read, on how long my culture could last in the LB broth.... Ouch, I managed to do DNA extraction on two LB broth. I got 6 more, in the fridge.

Sunday, October 4, 2009

Believe it or not/

Gullible, from what I understand, it means too trusting, naive or easily conned. I can be gullible sometimes, when I take people words without really researching about it, or reconfirming with them twice. Could it be the same as breaking promises? Its definition is a bit far apart but it sure feels the same though. A friend told, broken promises are something to be faced a lot as we get older. Just as I let my guard down, it happened again. Time to get the guard up back up and running again.

Thursday, October 1, 2009


Take these vehicles
Along with these

Park them outside.

For what? For the raya feast lah.. or anytime time porch needs cleaning. The driver? Me lah, of course. If my cloning does not work, a car jockey seemed to be a promising work for me, I just need a manual car to polish my clutching skills