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I stumbled onto this page in photokaki.com. where the post is titled: Pimp this leng lui! I find this quite interesting. Hence I tried to do some pimping works with my novice skills in photoshop. This is how the image looks like before the editing: The image below is after some adjustments on the white … More My first pimp session
What an expected finale at the Sunday’s Catalunya F1 Grand Prix. The Brawn GP have done it again, another 1-2 finish led by Jenson and Rubens. 4 wins out of 5 starts for the Briton is quite an achievements since the Schuey era. Talking about Ferraris in which I still have some faith left in … More Scuderias, time to prance your horses!
It’s the time of the year again. The INFLUENZA spree! I was down with very bad flu since a week earlier. Yet, it dragged on and on, and I was hoping that I would get better. But not by a single chance. The flu made my body tired, sore my throat, pushed up my body … More Triumph over the mind, but not body
I wonder why it is easier to punch the keyboard, using short paragraphs, with limits of 140 characters and post it via twitter.com. As compared to sitting down with the proper mindset, proper issues/subjects to talk about, carefully selecting the proper usage of words, and to finally post it to the blog. See the disparity … More Twitter vs. Blog, Snacks vs. Main dish
I received the news that my long waited lover, the iPhone-3G has arrived in Malaysia few days ago. Legally. In fact I’ve got sources that it will be here weeks before even Maxis announced it, thanks to the ‘insiders’. Upon seeing the phone is launched in Maxis’ site, I plunged my fingers onto the keyboard, … More LUST
Well, now… here’s something I never knew before. And now that I know it, I feel compelled to let others aware in the hope that they too will feel edified. Isn’t history more fun when you know something about it? Before the Battle of Agincourt in 1415, the French, anticipating victory over the English proposed … More The history of the Middle Finger