Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Human Tetris 3


Don't ask me about Part 1 and 2.

Sunday, August 26, 2007

ども ありがとうございます チカさん

I got told today that we spend 60 - 70% of our conscious time eating.
Hmm. And can anyone tell me, if we were to cook humans, will the dish appear as red meat, or white?
And why are red meat red, and white meat white? As in, what determines an animal to be ya know, red or white?

Friday, August 24, 2007

My apartment experienced theft.


And this is the ironic part: My room was raped and robbed while I was out shooting a home insurance advertisement.

Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Life after graduation.

X and I were reading through our chat history (yes, geeks do that), and this is how I've been ending our conversations since June:

25/6 09.28pm i feel like sleeping
25/6 09.34pm maybe go sleep....... haha.....
28/6 11:23pm i need to sleep
28/6 11:36pm no need sleep liao
28/6 11:37pm which means i should sleep soon
28/6 11:44pm k i need to sleep
03/7 09.44pm sigh... should sleep
15/7 10:36pm aih... i'm goin to sleep la
25/7 11:13pm should.. sleep..
25/7 11:22pm i go prepare sleep bah
25/7 11:36pm i go sleep
31/7 09.05pm sleep is good
06/8 12:34pm i gotta sleep

My life.


LINK via Boing Boing.

Monday, August 20, 2007

The result of my eye twitching.

Sunday, August 19, 2007

Best operator ever.

Girl (Thai Slang): Hello this is Ying Thai2 how can I help you?
Harvard: Hi, I want to order a chicken pad thai.
Girl: What's your name?
Harvard: XXXXXXX.
Girl: Phone number?
Harvard: XX - XXXXXXXX.
Girl: Ok, it'll be ready in fifty minutes.
Harvard: I'm sorry, fifty minutes?
Girl: Yes, fifty.
Harvard: Do you mean fifteen?
Girl: NO, FIFTY!
Harvard: As in FIVE-ZERO?
Girl: NO! IT'S ONE-FIVE!!

I gave up and thanked her. I have another 5 minutes until the one-five minutes are up to collect my pad thai.

Equally painful I guess.

Watching Sicko made me despise medical dramas like Grey's Anatomy and ER. Ok, even House, as much as I like watching it.
It also made me feel guilty eating that chili chocolate choctop.
I hate hospitals. I hate the whole ambient, the mood. It's shit to handle the two bipolar conditions: getting better, and not getting better.
And then some genius from CBS decided to make the mood lighter by showing how doctors fuck with each other.
While at the back of our heads we know there are patients waiting 6 hours to have their broken lungs checked out, we choose to indulge in the love stories and scandalous affairs between the doctors.
I hope I don't get ill.
Also, while browsing the review of Sicko on IMDb.com, I read 'If you enjoyed this title, our database also recommends Wong Fei Hung'.
Weird.

Tuesday, August 14, 2007

众里寻他千百度, 蓦然回首,那人却在,灯火阑珊处。

在发现你不见后,不责怪自己的无能。反而先紧握确保电话与钥匙的安全,再庆幸失去的只不过是可以被取代的你。
我变了。看着火车高速形成的线条时我是那么地想着。
是绝望让我如此松懈,亦或纯粹是懒散?
睡前的我虽然有点懊恼,同时却是满足的。满足除了你以外,海棠依旧。满足失去你的我,让我更珍惜现在所拥有的其他。
安息吧,皮包。

Sunday, August 12, 2007

Guilt.

So I ignored a couple of friend requests on Facebook.
It felt awful similar to shaking my head to the homeless guys who sell the Big Issue along Swanston Street every night.
I mean, really now, there are people whom you keep in touch because you'd like to keep in touch with them. And then there are people who wants to add you on Facebook to boost their friend count.
Which, reminds me of the definition of 'friends' by Daniel Kitson during the Melbourne Comedy Festival this year:

People you'd call up if you dick/breasts fell off.

Having remembered that, I feel less guilty now. Sorry, you're not on my to-call-list if I wake up one fine day realising my penis is detached from me.
Back to the homeless Big Issue guy.
I was walking pass the one at Collins the other night after work, when suddenly a woman tackled him and they started making out on the spot.

My night sucked instantly.

Virus and flu.

Sign of growing up: I tried to insert my ATM card into the ticket machines at the train stations by mistake. Maybe subconsciously I'm already thinking that money could solve everything.
One thing that's been bugging me, is the inspectors at the South Yarra station. Why the hell would you inspect tickets at 9am in the morning, knowing that it's peak hour, and that you will hold up a queue and cause inconvenience?
It's like checking tram tickets during rush hour, it doesn't make sense. From an economical point of view, it's not making anyone's life easier.
This has nothing to do with Connex, but common sense, which can be a scarcity nowadays. Just like how I voluntarily accept a file from messenger and got infected by virus. That's dumb. Damn I hate that bitch.

Wednesday, August 08, 2007

Giant Lego man found in Dutch sea.

Thank Parky for the find.
LINK via Yahoo! 7 News.

Tuesday, August 07, 2007

It's so ugly it's fantastic.

Sunday, August 05, 2007

Winter Masterpiece.


Wait till you see the mother.

Finally got around to Federation Square for the Pixar exhibition. Although it was a Saturday morning, it's still pretty crowded, with CHILDREN, argh! I'd never want to imagine how it's like on a Sunday.
To be shallowly frank, I prefer this to the Guggenheim at the NGV. Well, cartoons are more graphical, and publicly accessible than modern art to start with. And you know you're dealing with the pinnacle of design with Pixar.
The best part is definitely the 'Zoetrope' room where they display a giant turntable with 3D models around it. Then, with the aid of strobe lighting, you'd actually see a real life animation when the table spins at a high speed.
It's 'borrowed' from the Ghibli Studio Museum in Japan, created originally by Toshio Iwai. So it's something like this:


Photo from tautoz.com

Now imagine Woody and Buzz Lightyear jumping around and riding wooden horses. The Zoetrope itself is worth the admission fare of $15.
$10 if you're a filthy, filthy student.
The exhibition's divided into 3 categories: Characters, World, Story. Each section has its own in-depth explanation of all the animated feature film Pixar has done so far. I'm definitely going back again for the audio tour, just to feel more untalented and insignificant to the John Lasseter group.