Thursday, February 28, 2008
Crazy Face

short-talk:

Has anyone already watched "The last Sin's Eater" ?

I know the title sounds hair-raising and unattractive, but don't ever judge a movie by its title ma... Heard that it's kinda a nice movie to be watched.

Anyone has the Dvd?

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What's the feeling when someone purposely or accidentally draw a long straight line on your skin with a pen? Annoyed? Enjoy it? Don't mind?


What if .... when someone scribbles cartoons and drawings hastily on your skin then?


It's itchy. Yes.


It's enjoyable. hmmm.... Double Yes?


It's hurting. Triple Yes!!!


When the tiny pen's tip pokes on my silky and fair skins, it hurts thoroughly! But not for this time round when a crazy guy has painted down a cartoon on my thigh.


Tattooing requires heaps of endurance and perseverance during the process. It's abusing. **shout out with pain**


Yet the end result was at least satisfactory and acceptable for me.


#tada#

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Don't laugh!


At least it's a masterly-scribbled-properly-crazy masterpiece. LOL!


What say you?





Comments:

haha.. at first i tot is real tattoo.. so curious ba when eric tell me while laughin somemore.. den saw dat.. haha.. jish.. i tot is de sticker tattoo...

By Blogger ~Laura~, at Thursday, February 28, 2008 at 11:10:00 PM GMT+8  

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haha...christian draw it rite?.. he drawing not bad ar..but u sure very itchy haha...
dun tell ppl that u haven wash it ar...haha

By Blogger Tiong yienG, at Friday, February 29, 2008 at 12:22:00 AM GMT+8  

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laura: haha.. it seems like a real tattoo though. If its a tattoo sticker, then it would be something like hello kitty or power ranger! LOL

Tiong Yieng: yeaps, he drew it. Nice eh.. haha..

By Blogger Johnson, at Friday, February 29, 2008 at 5:33:00 PM GMT+8  

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WAH LAU!!! That's so not like U, allowing ppl to draw on u...WOW!!! I will choose a nice spot to draw on u next time, no worries....I won't charge u for that...wahaha....have a great and blessed weekend bro. :D

By Anonymous Mr. W, at Saturday, March 1, 2008 at 1:32:00 PM GMT+8  

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Wednesday, February 27, 2008
Sushi Paradise

short-talk:

I have gained 2.5 kg! Congrats! Kudos to Kenny Rogers for nourishing me with Roasted Chicken for the entire month.

I'm 55 kg now!

**pat my shoulder**


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Sushi.


Everyone loves sushi. Everyone is encouraged to try sushi. Everyone must love to eat sushi. For those who don't like eating sushi, you have just missed out one of the world's greatest food. Pity pity.


Anyway, Sushi King is just superb and fulfilling! Who can deny that? LOL!


When Sushi King was first founded in Kuching last December, almost 99.9% of all Kuchingnites were queuing up in front of the pulpit. Sad to say that the 0.1% left, is me. Pity me, i have never tried Sushi King before until last Wednesday when Avery decided to give me a treat. Or should I say, Avery wanted to try Sushi and I was there to accompany him. Sounds nicer? :)


Thanks to Avery. My wish is satisfied. Of all this while of waiting, Avery, you are the man! Perseverance assures great result. LOL! Credits go to Keith, for bringing us there and Avery, for treating us. Okay okay i know. Avery, i owe you a meal. I will choose any meal as a return. Be patient. :)


Won't talk much, let's these pictures allure you guys badly.


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It's buffet style. Take as many plates as you can as long you have the money to pay. There are various prices for different color of plates. The Blue plate costs Rm2. Yellow costs Rm3. Pink costs Rm4. Red costs 5 and the Purple costs Rm6. Reasonable and affordable price.AS long as you got the money. haha


##Caution##

"The following snapshots contain of great and sickening temptations. Kindly keep your mouth close at all times while reading. It's okay to drool as long as you don't lick your monitor screen. Dot. "


Ready?


#tada#

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Sushi Sushi Sushi .....



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Yakitoki Tare


It's more likely Japan's satay. Fat and thick meat. Pricey man! Rm5.90 for each plate. As in total, i can buy at least 20 sticks of Kuching's Satay.


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Avery's first bite. Gnaw!



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Ebikko


It's challenging to eat Ebikko though. Not as easy as you think. You can't wolf down the whole piece though. Snap off it bit by bit and properly. If not, your Ebikko will end up looking like this. ...


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Everything scattered. Failed. That's Avery's. Not mine. :p



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Kanikama Maki



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Tuna-Mayo Maki



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Keith luxuriated in dipping the sushi with soya sauce.



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First round accomplished. Second round starts! More more more!



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Tako



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Sake, rice covered with Salmon.



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Sake Roll



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Unagi, it's covered with sliced eel. Mouth-watering!



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One bite of it and it set loose all of your anxiety wholly and immediately. That's what makes it impeccable.


Salivating yet?


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Tamago Maki



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Tako


##nyam nyam##


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Tako Wasabi



By the way, Sushi King actually serves bottomless Green Tea. Same as Fish Market. Unlike Kenny Rogers **evil laugh** So, you do not need to worry of not getting satisfied of eating. Keep gulping down as many Green Tea as you can. I drank 4-5 cups! Wise. Wise.



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Smart move indeed!


One bad thing about Sushi King's buffet is that there's loads of Sushi to try out. Yet, self-control is so vital in such instance.


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You just need to control your itchy hands and enjoy looking at each plate passing by you.


**drool**


I

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want


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more!!!


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**Nice to see, nice to eat, once swallowed, consider sold.** Woan, J 2008



What happen when boredom attacks?


Filled with much madness and guts, Avery and Keith decided to vend their inexpensive phones, hoping to trade with some expensive sushi.

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Even while doing so, not even a single customer or worker noticed that there's mobile phones on the moving tray. LOL!


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Haha...


Third round!


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Vannamei



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Sakana Fry


Goodness! The fish inside is just so tasty and juicy. Gosshhh...


Yet, in order to successfully complete a thorough Sushi vanquishment, it is requisite to try out something disgusting. I mean, appetizing.


Let's call it the mini squid or octopus.


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Chuka Iidako Bowl, with tomato sauce?


Fear factor...

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I tried. And it's so so so super duper savoury! YOU MUST TRY!


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Nice though! Down the throat, into the tummy and swim swim swim.


In the end,


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Gorged and satisfied.



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I love Sushi King!


Last but not least, **Wallpaper of the day**.


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Sushi, anyone? =p


Everyone loves sushi!




Comments:

Johnson promised to treat me Sushi King. Till now batang hidung pun tak nampak. Promise Breaker...

Sushi King Sushi King....

By Blogger pmp, at Wednesday, February 27, 2008 at 1:33:00 AM GMT+8  

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ahahA! okay. sushi sushi. i love sushi. very much!! i think i just found out a way to spend my salary ba... SUSHI SUSHI SUSHI... later i become so fat i cannot fit into my kancil later...

By Blogger ~K@cW3y~, at Wednesday, February 27, 2008 at 1:35:00 AM GMT+8  

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woannnnn....bila mahu belanja sushi hor? i wont hesitate to lompang u there eh...LOL

keith ar...if ur bird fart cant fit u in...u can always pinjam me...wuahahaha

By Blogger abubu, at Wednesday, February 27, 2008 at 2:02:00 AM GMT+8  

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pmp: when did i promise to bring you to Sushi king eh? I cant even remember. Maybe is you the one that wan chia me yet deny it. WUAHAHAHA

kacwey: haha.. i don't mind to "help" you to spend it too. Perhaps it's the fastest way to drain your salary. haha..


Abubu: wait till one of us got the mystyle's sms and we all then conquer sushi king! Next mission.

By Blogger Johnson, at Wednesday, February 27, 2008 at 9:08:00 AM GMT+8  

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i totally agree with your last sentence. that's why japanese are rich. they make, we eat, we pay them.

By Blogger Eric, at Wednesday, February 27, 2008 at 7:23:00 PM GMT+8  

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haha...sushi king so nice...i want to eaT...
u promise to bring me go eat liao ooo...must ar...haha..

By Blogger Tiong yienG, at Wednesday, February 27, 2008 at 11:41:00 PM GMT+8  

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eric: And their sushi are really tasty too! That's matter the most!

tiong yieng: can bring you as long you bawa your money with you! LOL!

By Blogger Johnson, at Thursday, February 28, 2008 at 5:43:00 PM GMT+8  

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i dun like sushi wo.. Haha. duno y.. Wah.. the hp... how come no one see de hp 1??? oh my..

By Blogger ~Laura~, at Thursday, February 28, 2008 at 11:22:00 PM GMT+8  

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3 ROUNDS? ISH ISH ISH... LOL...

but ur so thin le... how come can makan banyak punya? zzzz

By Blogger Berberboo, at Sunday, March 2, 2008 at 2:52:00 PM GMT+8  

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Sunday, February 24, 2008
The Power Of Smiling.

short-talk:

Back to school! Year 2 Semester 1 will officially start tomorrow. Prayerfully that in this new semester, I will improve myself in my academic performance, attitude and **secret**.


Enjoy your new semester, Swinburnians.


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The power of a smile.


It was last week that i escorted Aldrin to settle his car service's bill at Perodua's office. Waited patiently as usual and i encountered this sign board hanging up high on the wall which has inspired me lots.


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Indeed, the best way to treat customer is with Smiling Face. I presume that this byword is not only pertinent to the working society, but it's also relevant and applicable to us, as humans. True?


In fact, no one teaches a baby how to smile. It comes just so naturally. Something that everyone has.


Right now, in this very moment, allow Dr. Johnson W. to lecture you concerning the power of a smile. It encourages me heaps and hopefully same goes to you too.


None of us is given with the same talents, abilities and gifts, but one common gift that I believe everyone definitely has is the ability to smile. Have you ever realized that whenever the word "smile" is being mentioned, it does result in simulating the position of a smile on your face right after it's being uttered. The word is then come alive.


Even if a person is rated as the most handsome guy in the world, yet often carry a papaya face with him and never smile, he might degrade as the most ugliest and unattractive being of all. It's influential.


A smile is contagious.


Smile and the whole world smiles with you. In fact, this is surely agreeable. Whenever you project a smile to people, people can't help but bounce back with a simple smile back to you. To a greater degree, even strangers do that too. Even in your weariness, you still can't help but smile back when people smile at you. Despite of its simplicity, it does make the world a better place to stay. It enhances the atmosphere. It creates positive and heartening surroundings. And it definitely makes a difference.


Likewise, a frown creates an atmosphere too. An atmosphere of friction that will lead to conflict and hostility as to a smile can create a better unity and rapport. The question is, "Which is more preferable?" It's a gateway to your personality. It takes seventeen muscles to smile and forty-three to frown.


A smile can diminish pain, especially emotional and psychological pain. It helps in brightening your day. I mean, the entire day! A smile is worth more than a thousand words. It's a universal language. When people or friends smile at you, especially when you are so downcast, melancholy and least expecting it, you feel overjoyed and untroubled. It helps to erase off our papaya mood instantaneously. As a result, it turns your mourning into dancing.


In reality, I, myself is not perfect when it comes to smiling. I do luxuriate in smiling. Even many have evaluated me as a cheerful and sanguine guy. Yet, I do fail often times. I carry papaya face early in the morning and whenever i am discouraged. It's bad, i know. Still, i will disciple myself to consistently wear a smile whenever I am around. Or should i say, when i am still alive. =D Above all, it comes from the heart.


After all, the bible says in the book of Psalm 17:22,"A cheerful heart is good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries up the bones."


It's undoubtedly difficult to consistently carry a smile with you right? Yet believing that a smile will bring a little sunshine to my life and others, I reckon that i am more blissful to bless others with it. No amount of money can buy you one. It has no monetary worth yet it's priceless. Even if it causes me to be very uncomfortable at times, but it will turn out to be comfortably uncomfortable. I will try my best! Under-construction. LOL!


Let's make it a habit.


To sum up everything, once again allow Dr. Johnson W. to inspirit all of his readers with these quotes.

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Smile and it will increase your face value. ~Mutu Sadararajan


All the statistics in the world can't measure the warmth of a smile. ~Chris Hart



If you meet someone who has no smile, give him yours. ~Proverb


Remember that there is no happiness in having or in getting, but only in giving. Reach out. Share. Smile. Hug. ~Og Mandino


People seldom notice old clothes if you wear a big smile. ~Lee Mildon



Today, give a stranger one of your smiles. It might be the only sunshine he sees all day. ~H. Jackson Brown, Jr.


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So, ready to show your best smile? Go to the mirror and practice smiling now! After all, a smile invites a smile.

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You can make a difference!


=D


Comments:

Your smile reminded me of a funny post. I can't stop smiling and laughing.

By Blogger Eric, at Monday, February 25, 2008 at 12:21:00 AM GMT+8  

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I like a phrase since young:
A smile is an inexpensive way to brighten your day.
Ur smile attract lots of ppl bro, so keep it up...ermmm..but not that way like ur pic in this post...haha...SMILE!!!! :D

By Anonymous Mr. W, at Monday, February 25, 2008 at 1:04:00 PM GMT+8  

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eric: haha.. so FUNNY. Wait till avery creates one for you. haha

Mr.w: Yea, i read about that phrase too. Like it. My smile, of cas nice eh.. from the heart de wor.. haha.. and the last picture is superb! It's has power to halau hantu! haha

By Blogger Johnson, at Tuesday, February 26, 2008 at 1:34:00 AM GMT+8  

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Haha....halau hantu? Hahaha...wat a description of urself...ppl usually say only the ugliest can be used to halau hantu...anyway, I think u have offended orang lain liaw that they finally found ur look alike either in the zoo or forest...so kasihan...really wana laugh my head off looking at the pics...but also pity u...haha...mixed feelings....kakaka...ok la...have a great semester ahead my bro!!! Gambateh!!

By Anonymous Mr. W, at Tuesday, February 26, 2008 at 2:40:00 PM GMT+8  

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Mr.W: how dare you click that link? haha.. i wil create one for my friend next round. I am evil! LOL! Anyway, thanks. =)

By Blogger Johnson, at Tuesday, February 26, 2008 at 6:56:00 PM GMT+8  

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damn i love that avery's post ba...lol

that smile looked so fake ok xP

By Blogger abubu, at Tuesday, February 26, 2008 at 8:13:00 PM GMT+8  

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Friday, February 22, 2008
Electric Guitar

short-talk:

"I would rather live my life as if there is a God, and die to find out there isn't than to live my life as if there isn't, and die to find out there it. " --Albert Camus--


Indeed, this is how i will going to live my life! =)



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Indubitably, one of my passions is playing musical instruments. Although i am not an extremely talented and brilliant musician, yet i do luxuriate in discovering new music skills and shaping proper music out of it.


Guitar. My second passion after drum. hehe..


Everyone plays guitar. Such an user friendly instrument in point of fact. I have been playing guitar for 7 years and still desiring to improve myself. Lots of things and skills yet to be learned. I started to play the acoustic guitar when i was 13. Neither too young nor too old to start off.


Initially, as newbie as i was, nobody actually guided me and taught me the proper way and chords to play. In that case, i just need to go the extra miles, pull my socks and self-teach myself and start from scratch. Pity me!


At that time, I was only faithful in borrowing guitars from a few of my friends. Even so, thankfully that one of my friends has actually borrowed his guitar to me to practice permanently due to his inconvenience of bringing his guitar to oversea.


Or should i say now, I'm the official owner of it. **evil laugh**



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It's an antique already. Apek's guitar. If i'm not mistaken, this guitar has been living on this earth for 12 years. Long life yea. Haiyo, you must know who's the care-keeper ma...which is of cause Johnson! =P


How well do i care for it throughout this 7 years? Take a look.



The body

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The initial color of the guitar is actually dark-golden brown. However, the color gradually fades away. Don't ask me why. I do polish it once in a while k.



The Fretboard and Neck

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Okay, i know it seems to be contaminated and dirty. Yucks yucks. Ain't antique objects suppose to look uncleaned and unpolished? LOL! All of the guitar's strings are rusty. The strings are actually supposed to be in the silver color, yet they turn out to be so colorful and mismatched after a few touches.


The Head

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Dust dust dust everywhere. It's truly filthy. Cluttered wires.


Do you realize that there's no actual brand printed at the top head? Supposedly every guitar should have their own brand printed on. But mine is kinda unique. I mean, very unique. Meaning to say, i have been playing an non-branded guitar all these years. Pretty cool huh...


However, the older it is, the better sound quality it is! Regardless of the antique look, this guitar is still producing fulfilling and harmonious tones. I'm satisfied.


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Anyway ...


I am convinced that the time has come. The time has finally come where i think i should get a new guitar. Not a classical or acoustic guitar, but an electric guitar! Yeayea, you heard me.


Mission starts. Went to Lee's Music, Lepo and Les Paul to have a sight of all of the electric guitars. Hopefully somehow and somewhere i can spot on my new sweetheart, Ms Electric guitar.


Of cause, electric guitars do have masses of designs and models. Few things to consider before buying are the numbers of the pickups, the sizes of the fretboard, the pickup selector, the fitting vibrato arm, the tone knobs, the locations of the input jacks and lots lots lots lots more.. Above all, my sweetheart must be comfortable and long-lasting. Of Cause. =P


After several visits to those music shops, i have decided to purchase this guitar.


#tada#


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(Picture above is just an illustration of the look)


Don't you think it's just so pretty and presentable? LOL!


The brand for the guitar above is Gibson. If you have no idea how cheap and affordable Gibson's guitar is, allow me to make known to you. It costs approximately Rm6000 only. Four digits brother. **cut throat**


Johnson is not Donald Trump k.


The model that i will and might purchase is Santa Cruz. It's the cheap-pliak version of Gibson's. It's affordable and served with the same design. Plagiarism? Nope, this is however a wise decision. =P


Saving up more money!


Johnson will going to Rock N' Roll around the world soon!





Comments:

HAAA....u NEVER bought a guitar HOR? lai lai...pinjam me urs to practice ba when u got ur new guitar :P

By Blogger abubu, at Friday, February 22, 2008 at 8:52:00 PM GMT+8  

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abubu: haha.. indirectly, i haven't purchase any. LOL! If i borrow u mine, then u will be the 3rd generation to inherit this guitar. haha.. but i need the acoustic though. Go buy one eh.. very worth de..anyway, welcome to guitar's world! =P

By Blogger Johnson, at Saturday, February 23, 2008 at 12:22:00 AM GMT+8  

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Johnson, I did notice there is a hole on the guitar which you'd intended to hide it. lolx!

Anyway, I prefer the 24th frets and better pcikups Ibanez..

By Blogger Ezekiel, at Saturday, February 23, 2008 at 11:32:00 AM GMT+8  

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Tuesday, February 19, 2008
The Leaving

short-talk:

Do you know the recent news where a guy and a girl got killed in a fatal car accident at Jalan Satok? The guy was a Swinburne's student, and if i am not mistaken, the girl was only 18 years old. She's my colleague's ex. Pretty sad to hear it.


Worst to say, their belongings were stolen by some sickening people. Goshh... such a bunch of heartless and cruel people. Didn't even lend a hand to help the victims yet steal all of the belongings and fled.


Condolence to the victim's families. Another young souls depart this world. It's really a grieving incident to hear. Life is unpredictable. Still, God's in control of all. What's in the past, we have already gone through; what's in the future, we are yet to encounter. But what is in the present, we can choose either to dissipate it unwisely or cherish it to the fullest.


"Only one life to live ... "


Drive safe too.


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My elder brother is leaving to Tasmania to further his architectural bachelor. Even though my dad has always been traveling to many international countries, but still there's a difference when brother is leaving. Truthfully, i will be missing his presence and i am now starting to miss his companionship already. Sad emo.



Of cause, there is always an adieu before each leaving. The night before bro's departure, my whole family went to Fish Market. Couldn't say much but i'm obliged for this gathering. We seldom get a chance to eat as one due to dad's busyness in traveling and also of my recent part time work. Nevertheless, i sacrificed my whole day of not working and just stay at home and accompany my bro. Family always comes first.



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Do you know that the business in Fish Market at KL is not that progressing compared to the one in Kuching now? Perhaps we, Kuchingnites, are just so engrossed in conquering fishes... **swim swim**


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Just another soup of the day, yet it's so pricey. **cut throat**



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Garlic bread



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Savoury Rice


And my favourite dish, Fish and Chips

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The outer layer is crispy and the inner meat is so succulent. With these proper mingling, the fish tests absolutely perfect. **thumbs up**Gosh.. addicted to it now.



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There's fried fish fillet, chips, prawns, squids and etc. Let's call it "The Rojak" instead.


Try it! at least it's more worth compared to eating at Kenny Rogers


Anyway, we did enjoy the joy of being together. Couldn't expect much, but the glee of gathering as one family is just indescribable.


I'm grateful.


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Airport ohh airport.


There's always two feelings when you are in a airport. Either you are in zeal of welcoming back your long time buddy and family members or it's a moment where you will need to say goodbye and safety journey to a person. Agree?


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Waiting.



Everyone jam packed the place.

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Excitedly going for vacations, i guess.



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Amazingly, i happened to chance upon my secondary school's peers. Cool. But didn't talk much though. No topic to talk ma..


Sent my brother off then. Bro carried a 30-40 plus plus kg luggages with him. Hopefully the officers won't charge bro for the extra luggages' weight. It's expensive if they charge. I mean, really expensive!


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Bro is now enjoying his fruitful journey to Tasmania. Has already landed at Melbourne today. Will transit from Melbourne's airport to Tasmania soon. Wah, envy envy. Bro definitely is delighting in his first Aussie's vacation to Melbourne. I want to go!! Take more snapshots please ...


Notwithstanding, bro is going for a good cause of cause. **cheers Johnson**


To be honest, there's a different tone and atmosphere in my home now. Missing bro's voice and companionship. Now, there's no physical guidance from bro. I got to take up the big brother's responsibility to take care and guide my younger bro.


I admit that i'm not that kind of person that will often buy things for my family's member. But I changed! Realizing the valuable signification of giving gifts, i have decided to purchase something for my bro.


Went to Mph. Thinking of buying some spiritual books. Consider consider and consider. Searched for almost an hour and still couldn't find an appropriate book. Unintentionally, i stumbled upon this calender book on the shelf. It's not just another ordinary calender though, but it's a perpetual calender. Yahoo... evvvvvvvveeeeeeeerrrrrrrrlasting calender indeed!!!


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365 days of inspiration for a healthier you. What a seasonable gift to purchase! Thank God! Hopefully bro will refer to the calender daily. And of cause, remember me. Wuahaha..


Mum is waiting and still waiting earnestly for bro's call back. So do I.


May God bless and guides him. Till then, take care! =)



Comments:

Haha! I'm the first to comment! It's kinda sad when family members are leaving for studies or work. Never had a bro/sis/mom/dad going overseas for work or study so can't really know what it's like. Well, from this day onwards you're the big brother at home you see? You can change for the better.. Such as wake up by alarm instead of wake up calls by friends during tests or exam day, you can wake other ppl up instead. Won't it be better? hehehe! *evil laugh. Anywayz change is not easy and I believe you'd been trying your best.

Concerning Mahattan Fish Market, guess what? Aldrin, you and me are addicted to the Fish and Chips! Haha! Go view my blog, the Fish and Chips you got is something like mine. Maybe we can try some when school reopen.

About the guitar, I'd decided unless something very bad & unpredictable happen, by hook or by crook I'll buy a guitar. It was my dream of having a guitar before I entered Degree. Well, having it during first year isn't bad too. Haven't decided which model to buy though.. Hopefully we can buy it together this time.. Unlike the "handphone issue"..

God bless you!

By Blogger Ezekiel, at Tuesday, February 19, 2008 at 9:27:00 AM GMT+8  

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Very touched reading this post. For the first time, I can sense that u r human after all...Haha...U do have feelings after all. (don't stone me!! :) Bro, do be reminded that we should appreciate all those around us all the time, as u never know when they will be out from ur life. I do hope that ur working experience at KRR and the departure of ur elder bro will cause u to mature to another stage in life. Take up new responsibilities and show even more love to your family and friends. I'm sure ur bro will appreciate ur calendar very much since it's from ur hard earned money from KRR. Take care bro. Appreciate ya. GBU!! :D

By Anonymous Mr. W, at Tuesday, February 19, 2008 at 5:26:00 PM GMT+8  

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By Blogger cheryl, at Tuesday, February 19, 2008 at 9:07:00 PM GMT+8  

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wishing him all the best! well, you reminded me, back in 2007, the very moment when i have to leave kuching and my dear sister who is now in BLois. i miss her so much~...sob sob

By Blogger cheryl, at Tuesday, February 19, 2008 at 9:07:00 PM GMT+8  

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erm... about that accident thingy involving our uni's student... i heard from a friend who is a realtive to the deceased that the motorcycle who caused them the accident was actually a sort of set up. Coz those people actually targetted to rob the savvy coz duh, its late at night... so they wanted to sort of cause a little minor accident so that they can rob the passengers, but things turn out bad... people got killed. right after the accident, the motorcycle guy and his friends took the wallets of the victims... and fled...YEA... FLED!!! OMG... how cruel can people be these days... shit la...

and oh ya, concerning a family leaving to further their study... its sad la... imagine i cried so much just because a friend left me to study in Aussie, if it was my brother who left, i think i will be in dead silence for the next few days la... impact so dahsyat kan? LOL... and also... u go over visit ur brother when u miss him tooooo much until cannot tahan any more lo... lol...

have a good day!!! new sem starting soon... blehh

By Blogger Berberboo, at Tuesday, February 19, 2008 at 11:24:00 PM GMT+8  

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ezekiel: Thanks for the advice. The fish and chips is nice but, its quite costly. Dont you think so? Lee's music guitar is quite expensive. But it's good. Tell me when u wana go, and bring me along! haha See you in degree

mr.W: yealo, johnson is a human. Haha.. Will be posting my KRR's working experience after i resign. And it will be even more gan dung. LOL!

Cheryl: Hey pal! Pray that your sis will be doing well at there too! I will get use to this "leaving".. cas God is in control above all else. :)

berberboo: Yea, such a sickening bunch of people. That's why, dont ever tried to play with fire before it turns out to become something unexpected.

Wah, then hope that there's no "silent" berberboo by then when your bro leave. Haha! I can swin over. It only takes 1 year to reach there nia ma.. haha see you soon!

By Blogger Johnson, at Tuesday, February 19, 2008 at 11:45:00 PM GMT+8  

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The accident happened at Demak, not Satok. And the guy is an acquaintance of mine, though I don't really know him that well.

By Anonymous nerdrazor, at Wednesday, February 20, 2008 at 11:33:00 PM GMT+8  

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John, Really touched for the articles that you have wrote.. Going to Australia might sounds fun, interesting but the homesick will always at there.. Entering a new place, you will be train to be tougher, more independent, ur character will be molded... Alot of things.. it is not as easy as what we used to think... Under the family (either physical or spiritual covering is still the best).... take care ya, hoping to see u grow more....

By Blogger Morgan, at Monday, February 25, 2008 at 4:23:00 PM GMT+8  

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