Friday, March 23, 2007



The air cond has just been serviced and now I feel like I am in a freezer!
Plus it has been raining for the past few days and this has only made the room temperature lower. This company jacket of mine and a cup of warm Milo doesn't help much.


*rubbing my palm together*

Friday, March 16, 2007

W.H.A.T T.H.E F.U.C.K????

Got a call from the recruitment manager just now. Told me that I performed very well in the job interview at the client's office last Friday. Also told me that the client likes me, I am good, convincing, and other feel-good stuff. Good good news to me. Something to boost my already-low-self-confident. LOL

While he said that, I was busy preparing my thank-you speech in my brain as I know I should be able to get the job. After all, I did feel that I performed quite well throughout the interview, unlike previous fews. There were 2 japanese guys interviewing me, and they are a piece of cake as my english level are much superior than theirs. LOL. Basically, I can answer and elaborate much and i feel pretty comfortable throughout the process. Overall, I was satisfied with my performance that day. Ok, give me my job now.

But heck NO~~~

W.H.A.T T.H.E F.U.C.K????

I was informed that I am more suitable for a design job. More of the office type of job. And the job that I am interviewing for requires on-site and physical work and they don't think I am suitable for this.

W.H.A.T T.H.E F.U.C.K????

I already anticipated that there will be lots of physical work plus long hours of work when I applied. If I know I can't do it, I wouldnt have applied, right? I wouldn't waste my precious time and your bloody time if I am not interested. Don't you numskull-dumbwitted-peasize-brain-homosapiens know this? Duh~~~

Ironically, I was told that I will be put in a "reserve" team, aka back-up/Plan-B by the client. They will look for more people for other positions 3 months later, and they shall put me in their record. They shall contact me when the time comes.
W.H.A.T T.H.E F.U.C.K????
A consolation prize for me (yeah, at least I got one instead of empty handed, after all my effort). But deep inside my heart, i was cursing all the way.

W.H.A.T T.H.E F.U.C.K????

Thursday, March 15, 2007

Bizarre Dreams

Haven't been getting good sleep lately. Weird dreams kept on appearing for the past few weeks. Now, I am someone who doesn't dream much and even if I dreamt, I normally don't remember them. Or if I do recall these dreams, I will just brush them aside as I am not someone who cares about my brain activitity at night. But the event that happened these few weeks are just too bizarre for me to take it lightly.

One of the dreams was this. Dreamt of one of my friend (who is still alive in real life) and in the dream, I treated him just like how normal friend do (chatting, meeting up for drinks, etc). But the weird part (or the scary part) was that I found out from his mother that my fren here was already dead much earlier in the dream, which means, I have been communicating with the ghost of him in the dream all the time until the news reached me. Creepy eh? Woke up straight away upon knowing the creepy news.

Another dream was about one of my friend who I haven't been keeping touch with him ever since I completed my secondary school, until I heard about his death a few months back. Somehow, he appeared in my dream. Couldn't recall what we did in the dream though, but I think this is pretty weird for me to handle. I think we did spoke to each other in my dream, but I just could not recall what was that all about.

And yesterday's dream was the weirdest of all. Saw an aeroplane (I think it is a Boeing type of plane) taking off vertically, just like a space shuttle. Plane can never take off in such way, as their engine power is not strong enough to push them up vertically. But guess in dreams, anything can happen. Anyway, this plane was ascending right in front of me, and the image of this plane was very big so i presume it should be very near to me. Then, all of a sudden, the plane crashed to the ground. Funny thing was that there was no explosion from the crash unlike in the hollywood movies where big explosions and dramatic special effects will come into picture. For this plane crash, there was no smoke, no fire, but only debris flying everywhere after the plane hit the ground. Metal parts of the plane started to fall around me. And i ran to take cover. Of all the places, I chose to take shelter in a place that no one would ever think of - a moonsoon drain! Don't ask me why. It just happened! It was a dry drain, and no water in sight. I jumped into the drain and squatted there hoping that none of the plane parts will hit me.

And guess wat. In this monsoon drain, there were also other people as well. But they were not there to hide from the falling parts of the plane crash. Instead, they seems perfectly natural and no signs of panic or scared look on their face. They were jsut behaving - normally. Some of them were wandering around. But there was one thing which captured my attention. There were waiters there, right at this place. About 4 or 5 of them. What the hell are waiters doing in a drain? I saw that they were holding some dishes and were about to serve customers. Weird. Just plain weird. Anyway, i woke up right after that.

And a few more other dreams that I will not mention here as they are not significant enough to be classified as "weird".

I just wonder what do these dreams are trying to tell me. Are they hinting something to me? Are these bad omen signalling bad luck will befall me?

Or otherwise?
I just hope that these dreams will stop recurring and disturb my peaceful sleep. I wouldn't mind to have these dreams if the people in the dream will tell me what is 4D number or lottery which will come out so that I can strike it rich!!

Wednesday, March 14, 2007


"If you have been rejected many times in your life, then one more rejection isn't going to make much difference. If you're rejected, don't automatically assume it's your fault. The other person may have several reasons for not doing what you're asking her to do: none of it may have anything to do with you. Perhaps the person is busy or not feeling well or genuinely not interested in spending time with you. Rejections are part of everyday life. Don't let them bother you. Keep reaching out to others. Keep reaching out to others. When you begin to recieve positive responses, then you are on the right track. It's all a matter of numbers. Count the positive responses and forget about the rejections."

Now that's positive thinking!

Sunday, March 04, 2007


There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow men.
True nobility is being superior to your former self.
- Unknown

Saturday, March 03, 2007


The following conversation took place in msn on a Saturday afternoon, approximately 3.30pm.


Conversation #1

Fren1 : Hi
Me : Hi there
Fren1 : Where are you?
Me : Office
Fren1 : U working?
Me : Try to guess? (Irritated with the stupid question)
Fren1 : Back to office to surf net?
Me : *shrugs*

Duh.. Of coz i am working, you piece of shit! You think I would waste the beautiful Saturday just to go office to surf net?

Conversation #2

Fren2 : Hi
Me : Hello
Fren2 : Where are you?
Me : Working
Fren2 : You still at office?
Me : Yes (Another stupid question again)
Fren2 : Why still at office?
Me : Me working till 5pm today (Irritated and getting restless)
Fren2 : Saturday no half day?
Me : I work from from 8am to 5pm EVERY SATURDAY (This bloody idiot knows I work till 5pm every saturday and yet he is asking this stupid question)
Fren2 : IC. Come back XXX (ex-company) work la
Me : %%#@!aS@@!PQ

Duh.. If i intend to stay in the company, I wouldn't have left it in the first place, don't you understand this fucking easy common sense?


Moral of the story:

Please don't ask me stupid questions ever again! Especially when I am working on Saturday. My emotion runs haywire when I have to be in the office pathetically while others go out or stay at home happily.


Watched this awesome movie recently.This movie was directed by the acclaimed actor/director Mel Gibson. Set during the Mayan civilization, this story revolves around a native tribe who lives peacefully in the jungle. Then one day, their village was pillaged and kidnapped by a tribe from another region. A group of people was captured and brought to the tribe's village. Reason of the capture was unbeknown to them, but they only found out the answer when they were held at the temple altar in the village. They were to be made sacrificed to the Sun and to fulfill the Sun God's hunger so that the drought and famine which befall the brutal tribe's village will stop.

Halfway through the sacrifice, an eclipse happened (what a coincident) and the prisoners were set free as the eclipse was believed to be a good omen that the drought will end soon. Thinking that they have achieved freedom, this poor group of people rejoiced but only to find out that this joy was shortlived. They were made to be played around by the brutal armies. In order to achieve freedom, they had to pass through obstacles (shooting arrows, javelins, etc). Last obstacle was to get past a warrior who also happened to be the army leader's only son. None but one survived through. This man managed to barely escape only after he killed the warrior.

Revenge sets in, and the army, led by the warrior's father chased after the poor chap. And the journey took us back into the jungle where cat-and-mouse game was being played. One by one was taken down by the strong-willed man who needed to survive to see his wife and son (who were hiding in a safe place when the pillage happened earlier). And the ending was predictable enough - man emerged victorious and reunited with family.

What is interesting about this movie are the brutality and the violence shown. The raw violent in an ancient way. Man killing each other the primitive way - Club blown to the head and blood gushing out from the skull. Man, this is just awesome!!

Totally recommend this movie. But not for the faint hearted though.

By the way, here are some snapshots on the main actor (The man who survived the ordeal). Does the face rings any bell in your head?





Ta Dah~~~~

Perhaps the world's greatest footballer is sneaking behind our back and trying out his luck in the silver screen?

Thursday, March 01, 2007

Time For A Change - DiGi

Starting next year, we can retain our mobile number if we want to change the network operator. This good news was reported by The Star. We don't have to go thru the hassle to inform everyone of the new phone number when we change operators, unlike now. And it's about time too!


All hail and praise to our government for doing the right thing for the FIRST time.

Finally, i can try out other network (I am thinking of switching to DiGi) as I feel that Maxis's phone charges are rather high; no doubt that the service is good, but for a kiamsiap person like me, every cent counts.

Before this become reality, I hope that this new implementation will go on smoothly and according to schedule as the government plans are always delay or never executed at all. And I also hope that there will not be any charges imposed to the consumer by the bloodsucking operators or middleman appointed to roll out this service.