Saturday, November 29, 2008
Friday, November 28, 2008
He is THE MAN -- Galileo Galilei!!
Galileo Galilei (pronunciation: ga-li- LAY-oh gal-li-LAY-ee) (1564–1642).
Italian scientist and mathematician who made several extraordinarily important discoveries. Almost all of which, incidentally, proved that Aristotle—for all his fame and brilliance and everything—was sort of an idiot.
Galileo’s first significant contribution to science traditionally is said to have occurred atop the Leaning Tower of Pisa, when he supposedly dropped bodies (as in objects, not dead people) and proved that the speed of a falling object is not proportional to its weight, as Aristotle claimed. Before Galileo, everyone believed Aristotle, because—hey—he was Aristotle. (In reality, Galileo’s experiment probably involved rolling objects down an incline, not dropping them off a tower, but that’s not as good a story.) Galileo further contradicted Aristotle by proving that projectiles take parabolic trajectories (you’d think someone would have noticed this with all the catapulting that went on in the Middle Ages, but no).
Galileo was a pious and unassuming fellow who never sought to court controversy. But for some reason, he kept discovering things that disproved conventional wisdom. Fortunately, debunking Aristotelian physics never got anybody excommunicated from the Catholic Church. Unfortunately, Galileo started meddling in astronomy. At first, it seemed his observations made him rich and secured his fame. Having discovered four moons around Jupiter, he smartly named them after the ruling Medici family, who responded in kind by getting him a sweet gig in his native Tuscany.
But he soon noticed that Venus revolved around the Sun, which flew in the face not only of Aristotle’s beliefs, but also those of the Catholic Church. After keeping quiet on the issue for nearly a decade, Galileo received permission from the pope to write a book on the topic. The resulting work, succinctly titled Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems, Ptolemaic and Copernican, in which a character named Salviati explains that the earth clearly revolves around the Sun, and a guy aptly named Simplicio is constantly ridiculed for his irrational belief in an earth-centric universe.
Summoned to Rome for an Inquisition, Galileo eventually apologized (legend has it that at the end of his apology, he mumbled, “And yet—it moves,”) and was sentenced to life in prison. The “prison” proved to be a small, comfortable villa near Florence, where he continued to work, albeit with his heart broken by the Church to which he remained ever faithful.
Galileo was neither the first nor the only scientist to believe in a heliocentric universe. The idea was first put forth by Nicolaus Copernicus, who didn’t publish his work for decades and then had the good sense to die just after it finally saw the light of day, before anyone could get mad at him.
Galileo and the Scientific Method
So how come no one ever dropped a couple rocks from a cliff to check and make sure that Aristotle was right about the behavior of falling objects? Because until that point no one had invented the Scientific Method (aka the cornerstone of all modern science), wherein a hypothesis is developed and tested. Galileo’s credit for developing the Method, however, must be shared with Sir Francis “Don’t Call Me Sausage” Bacon. Between the two of them, they revolutionized the manner in which people approached the questions of the heavens.
Darn!! He is the guy behind all these??
IT’S A MATH, MATH, MATH, MATH WORLD
Although Galileo didn’t devote much time to the study of pure mathematics, he did make a discovery that baffled mathematicians for 250 years: He proved that there are as many perfect squares (1, 4, 9, 16, 25, etc.) as there are whole numbers (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, etc.), even though the vast majority of whole numbers are not perfect squares. Known as “Galileo’s Paradox of the Infinite,” this caused headaches for abstract mathematicians until the early 20th century, when Georg Cantor invented set theory, which has been causing headaches for Calculus II students ever since.
◆ In 1609, Galileo learned that a telescope had been invented by Hans Lippershey in the Netherlands. Unable to procure one from the inventor, he jerry-rigged his own contraption using three lenses he purchased at an eyeglass store. Then, with a little trial and error, Galileo eventually learned the fine art of grinding lenses—producing the most powerful telescope in the world. Aside from allowing him to chart the universe, his high-powered spyglass also proved definitively that the moon’s surface was not smooth, as scientists had previously thought, nor was it made of Swiss cheese, as scientists had secretly hoped.
◆ Like a lot of successful people, Galileo was a college dropout. He briefly attended the University of Pisa, but had to leave because he couldn’t afford tuition. Just a couple years later, however, he ended up returning to college—this time as a professor.
Almost like Bill Gates, Steve Job, who else? Millionaire?
◆ Galileo was also a prodigious inventor: Besides his work with the telescope, he invented the first compound microscope, a complicated air-and-water-based thermometer, and the first driver for a pendulum clock. (Among the inventions he sketched but never got around to making are a comb that doubled as an eating utensil, an automated tomato picker, and a ballpoint pen.)
Innovative inventer huh??
Thursday, November 27, 2008
A nice one piece by Chloe Dao, winner of Project Runway 2. I like the use of lace at the hems. Make the whole dress stands out nicely.
Personal favourite from Project Runway Season 4 winner, Christian Siriano. I simply love his taste and style... Truly unique!!
I love the denim dress! The collar is so neat
Check out the creative use of ribbons... This dress was designed by some contestant from Project Runway season 3
Monday, November 24, 2008
PETALING JAYA: Members of the Malaysian yoga society are disheartened by the fatwa by the National Fatwa Council declaring yoga as haram as the practice of yoga in Malaysia unlike that in India is catered to the local religious sensitivities and cultural traditions.
Nevertheless it will cooperate by discouraging Muslims from partaking in this healing exercise via physical movements.
T.Manisekaran, who is president of both the Malaysian Yoga Society (MYS) and Malaysian Association of Yoga Instructors said the research focused on before the fatwa was announced seems to have been focused more on the practice of yoga promoted by institutions in India which incorporate religion and spirituality into their practice.
"Malaysian yoga is different as it incorporates the local situation," said Manisekaran.
He said most of the instructors being born and bred as Malaysian are familiar and understand the sensitivities of the different cultural and religious groups and give yoga instructions based on this.
"We had actually sent letters to the relevant authorities - offering our opinion and expertise but there was no response," said Manisekaran adding MYS' aim was to disseminate the correct information on yoga practices in Malaysia.
"In Malaysia yoga is more of a treatment modality than a religious practice," he said adding that many doctors actually prescribe yoga for their patients.
"Yoga is used to treat an array of ailments including cancer, asthma, high blood pressure, stress and psychological conditions," said Manisekaran.
"Thus we have been encouraging more people to take up yoga as a firm of exercise," he added.
Manisekaran said this was also why the society had expected the national fatwa council to come up with a decision in favour of yoga.
"We have been telling people that there was no worry as in Malaysia everything is done through dialogue and mature discussion, but it turned out otherwise," he said.
"To us it is not much of a loss as to begin with we do not have many Muslim practitioners and students as there is already an existing fear of yoga among that community."
However it is sad that they will be losing out on enjoying the health benefit of this form of exercise and healing, said Manisekaran.
"Nevertheless MYS will comply with all the requirements of the authorities as stipulated by law, he said.
Adapted from http://www.thesundaily.com/article.cfm?id=27894
Wikipedia says that the Muslim practitioners of Yoga in Malaysia claims that this decision is blasphemious... I personally wonder how can practice of Yoga, which focus mostly on techcnique of breathing, poses and peace of mind be called betrayal to the religion? So, what is next? Pilates? Or Qi Gong?
Sunday, November 23, 2008
That miracles happens but just not to me
Things always gonna happen naturally
And I'm looking on the bright side
And smiling all the way through hard times
But those words are whispered to my ears
And the dark night filled with stars
Until the first light seen at dawn
Another day to sing about the magic in life
And it's okay if things have to go away
But remember the messages conveyed
And if I ever forget in any way
If nothing else remain
The words will forever stay
Cause I'll remember everything said
Once in a blue blue moon
Miracles may happen soon
Words that said put away the fear
And walk into the new world of mysteries
And open your eyes and see
And grab the chances with both hands
Even if it means falling hard later
But never forget the process of every part
Words were that miracles happens
Just to everyone but me
But when stars shine my way
I will enjoy the beauty in the dark
And bathe in the warmth of its glow
And if the stars ever fade
I won't miss it because I'm too late
But I'll remember everything said
Saturday, November 22, 2008
I am back online!! Thanks to my technicians, Michael and Chris of Superb Multimedia. Without you guys, it is not possible to get my laptop back so fast!! Now I can continue my assignments and reports!!
Thanks to my dad too, for rushing here and there to fix my laptop!! Love you very very much!! Muax!!
However, I've gota spent hours reconfigurating and installing things back into it...
And also, due to some technical problems, my previous Instant Messagging account is no longer available... I've done my best to recover my contacts... For those that I missed out, please forgive me, and re-add me with this address... firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, November 21, 2008
My laptop is sick.... very sick....
Tomorrow have to send to ICU... to be reformatted...
Got the virus from someone, confirmed by two different technicians...
Haiz... Next time must be more careful on who to trust...
Now my laptop is in a sick stage, lagging and occasionally need to reboot,
even the sleepless nights I spent neutralising viruses, scanning them with my Kaspersky,etc... is useless....
Now my poor Maxtor (it's my external drive) might also be infected since it was in contact with my laptop...
Hope the technicians can save my data... It's really important... :(
~~Don't know since when, I started calling my laptop my baby... Hahahaha...
Sick baby... Infected by potent virus... Well, let's hope you don't take long to cure, cause typing this post take such a long time.... Because viruses are stopping it from working well!! Argh!!
PS: Dear readers, I will be MIA for a while, depends on how kind my technicians are... Stay tune for more nonsensical stuff from me, later... TQ...
Thursday, November 20, 2008
And before that... we were all busy with Biology Test 1 and Programming assignment... Not to mention that endless avalanche of reports and tutorial questions...
Well, honestly, it's really due to bad time management.... I broke my personal record!!! Today test, last night only I opened my notes and read.
Anyway.... I've brought crapping to a whole new level, again...
I think I bluff all the way through the test.... Forgot a bunch of things... I was scratching my head over thermal stability.... It's the typical symptom of remembering the chapter, page and slide, even the picture on the slide, just couldn't recall the words in it....
So, I bluff... all the way.... Will Ms Tan develope 6 packs from laughing at my answers?
Meanwhile, Crash Course Chemistry 101 has screwed up my brain and system... Lack of sleep and physical lethargic is taking its toll on me... My brain isn't working exactly right...
Programming test on Friday... Hope I don't screw up, cause I am really bad at the subject... Maybe I will continue the Reign of the Crapping Queen again, who knows??
Tuesday, November 18, 2008
Why there are people,
Who sincerely befriend others...
When sincerity is given,
It is not appreciated;
When trust is placed upon,
The only return is trouble...
I can only blame myself
for mistrusting people...
Sunday, November 16, 2008
Saturday, November 15, 2008
Little drizzle falling on my head
Just wanna forget what they said
And enjoy in the rain
Remembering only that smile
A smile that wipes everything away
I don't want to care anymore
Because it's not my business anyway
Till here I leave the burden lay
Let it be washed away
By the heavy heavy rain
Hands strectched to reach the sky
Catching raindrops in my palms
Feeling every drop on my face
The feeling is just great
Cause it's better than sunny days
Where all the other people like to play
The game that I always hate
I don't want to hear what they have to say
Just wanna listen to raindrops on the path
Guiding my heart all the way
Let the masks go stray
And into the dark they fade
I will go at my own pace
Let the raindrops wet the place
To the rhythm I will sway
Let it guide my way
Pray that the smile won't fade
Not forgetting sweet words said
Forget about the dream that I want to chase
I leave the burden here they lay
Let the raindrops wash away
Friday, November 14, 2008
Thursday, November 13, 2008
After a tiring evening doing stuff, trying to perfect things....
Suddenly, it occured to me... Am I one of those OCD fellow who always want perfection?
Am I a perfectionist? I don't know....
Wednesday, November 12, 2008
CAIRO, Nov 11, 2008 (AFP) - - A 4,300-year-old pyramid has been discovered at the Saqqara necropolis outside Cairo, Egypt's culture minister said on Tuesday.
Faruq Hosni made the announcement at a press conference in Saqqara, an ancient burial ground which dates back to 2,700 BC and is dominated by the massive bulk of King Zoser's step pyramid, the first ever built.
Husni said the pyramid, five metres (16 foot) tall, is believed to have been 15 metres tall when it was first built for Queen Sesheshet, the mother of King Teti who founded the 6th Dynasty of Egypt's Old Kingdom.
The pyramid's base was discovered "20 metres below the sands and a doorway for the burial place was also discovered," Hosni said, adding that it seems thieves had looted the pyramid.
Tuesday, November 11, 2008
And get yourself standing again
Instead of sitting on the ground
Pull up all the lose threads
And put them back together again
If it's a broken part, replace it
If it’s a messed up heart, then clean it up
If it's a stall brain, then wake it
Hold your promises
Know your mission
And get it going
Hold you head together
Know your maths forever
And go all out
And everything will be fine
I hope help is coming
I'm doing everything
It's not that hard anyway
I will be doing great
Know my maths forever
And go all out
And everything will be fine
These are the imprints in my brain
Are the things that make me panic
Are things that mess up everything
Are the things that make me worry
Hell, I just wana scream
If you're lost then
It's just a little stumble on the way
Everything will be fine
In no time at all
Everything will fall into its place
And know your strength
Go your own way
Everything will be fine
Everything in no time at all
~~argh!! Freaking out for my maths test on friday!! I still can't do implicit differentiation!! I'm so dead!!
Thus, this crappy post..... Hoping for things to be fine.....
Please don't let me screw up maths!!
Monday, November 10, 2008
Friday, November 7, 2008
Now, who exactly is Barack Obama?
One thing I know is that, a person's handwriting rarely lies...
I found this online.... Don't know how far it is true... But, as an amatuer graphologist myself, I think the analysis was right in some ways...
First it reveals a pleasant personality having a degree of charm. Obama likes to take on responsibility. He is creative and fairly intelligent has good integrity according to his belief system.
The most troubling thing about him (according to his handwriting) is if he were to be come president is his inclination to gloss over details. He will go for the big picture but without a full plan--or maybe with no plan--and hope the correct foundation gets laid and things work out. If he is lucky others will step in and fill the gaps, but if his is not then disaster could result.
He is also quite secretive so don't assume he gives us all this thoughts or plans.
The most striking additional detail is the size of the "B" and "O" in his name in relation to his regular writing as well as the page in which he places his signature. They are very large filling up about half a page. This shows a tremendous desire to be the center of attention. Usually the only place you see a signature like this is in the acting profession where the desire to draw attention to themselves causes them to enter the profession. This desire for attention is also a glamour which all servants of mankind must master.
On the positive side his handwriting shows good intelligence, good rhythm and charm. He has lots of confidence and exudes personal energy. He is very creative and probably could have been an artist or actor if he put his mind in that direction.
His thoughts are very fluid rarely is there a lack of words in his reserve. This makes him a resourceful public speaker and his creativity makes him an interesting one.
He has some a great sense of rhythm and timing and good sense of intuition (using the standard definition of the word).
His personality appeal is likely to be mistaken for spiritual energy by many. To find the real man one must carefully examine what he actually says rather than how he says it.
For instance on many issues Obama insists he has a plan but does not tell us what the plan is. This was the same approach Richard Nixon used. After he was elected, it turned out he had no real plan but pretty much flew by the seat of his pants.
Adapted from http://www.freeread.com/archives/3880.php
Anyway.... Zyenyi suddenly mentioned KFC and the next moment we were cycling to Tesco. And.... as usual.... the road wasn't easy.... Cow dungs all over the place!!! And the four of us were laughing our ways to Tesco!! I don't understand why some people prefer to keep so much to themselves and refuse to mix with other people... Seemed to me that time spent with good friends is time well spent. I truly enjoyed their company, making jokes all the way to Tesco!!
And we had a very hearty meal!! Me and Zyenyi ordered snack plate with original flavour and hot and spicy so that we can have a piece of each plate. And that cheesy wedges... Yummy!!! After eating, we were chatting away in KFC and laughing so much... Guess Pepsi made us high!!
Anyway, when we walked out of Tesco and the good news is: It's raining!! Luckily Wee Leng was kind enough to take our bags in her car while the rest of us cycle back. It was sorta cool cycling all the way back, avoiding huge, moist, smell cow dung!! Wee Leng put the idea of avoiding dung like playing games where a vehicle avoid obstacles. So we were laughing away and getting wet in the rain. I don't know why I liked the rain so much... It's relaxing and fun to cycle in the rain.
And we get to see UTAR at night, with the lights on while the sky is not too dark. Block B seemed a bit grand and cool. Moreover, we were cycling in between the skitters and the road dividers!! The greatest part was to cycle down the slope, passed the bridge, and more slope. The cold wind blowing on my face, messing my hair, and the raindrops on my face... The occasional suicidal bug flying into my face..... And we were actually screaming and laughing down the slope.
Then I actually was daring enough to went down the "runway" and cycle near the lake instead on the usual bicycle path. Me and Zyenyi were cycling along the mural patterns on the pathway, and joking about passing cycling license.
When we reached home, we saw Goldon, lost in Westlake!! Haha.... And some secret codes were flying around.... Haha....
I really had a great time. This is like the greatest stress reliever, after such terrible bio test...
And I wouldn't exchange my bicycle with a car!! I'll miss all the fun of getting wet, falling down, swallowing bugs (eeewwww......), cycling in the middle of the road, while my friends are having theirs!!
PS: Thanks mates!! For giving me such a great time!!
Wednesday, November 5, 2008
Dear (the last person who left a comment on your blog).
I don't really know how to tell you this, but ___1___.I think I realized it when ___2______3___ and I saw you ___4___ ___5___. I'm sure you're ___6___ enough to understand ___7___. I'm returning ___8___ to you, but I'll keep ___9___ as a memory. You should also know that I ___10___ ___11___.___12___.
P/S: You are so lifeless, ___13___, -The name of the person that tagged you-.
1. What's the color of your shirt?
Blue - Our romance is over
Red - Our affair is over
White - I'll join the monastery
Black - I dislike you
Green - Our horoscope doesn't match
Grey - You're a pervert
Yellow - I'm selling myself
Pink - Your nostrils are insulting
Brown - The mafia wants you
No shirt - You're a loser
Other - I'm in love with your sister
2. Which is your birth month?
January - That night
February - Last year
March - your dwarf bit me
April - I tripped on sesame seeds
May - First of May
June - you put cuffs on me
July - I threw up
August - I saw the shrunken head
September - we skinny dipped
October - I quoted Santa
November - your dog ran amok
December - I changed tennis shoes
3. Which food do you prefer?
Tacos - In your apartment
Pizza - In your camping car
Pasta - Outside of Chicago
Hamburgers - Under the bus
Salad - As you ate enchilada
Chicken - In your closet
Kebab - With Paris Hilton
Fish - In women's clothing
Sandwiches - At the Hare Krishna graduation
Lasagna - At the mental hospital
Hot dog - Under a state of trance
None of the above - With George Bush and his wife
4. What's the color of your socks?
Yellow - Hit on
Red - Insult
Black - Ignore
Blue - Knock out
Purple - Pour syrup on
White - Carve your initials into
Grey - Pull the clothes off
Brown - Put leeches on
Orange - Castrate
Pink - Pull the toupee off
Barefoot - Sit on
Other - Drive out
5. What's the color of your underwear?
Black - My best friend
White - My father
Grey - Bill Clinton
Brown - My fart balloon
Purple - My mustard soufflé
Red - Donald Duck
Blue - My avocado plant
Yellow - My penpal in Ghana
Orange - My Kid Rock-collection
Pink - Manchester United's goalkeeper
None - My John F. Kennedy-statue
Other - The crazy monk
6. What do you prefer to watch on TV?
Scrubs - Man
O.C. - Emotional
One Tree Hill - Open
Heroes - Frostbitten
Lost - Scarred
Simpsons - Cowardly
The news - Mongolic
American Idol - Masochistic
Family Guy - Senile
Top Model - Middle-class
None of the above - Ashamed
7. Your mood right now?
Happy - How awful I've felt
Sad - How boring you are
Bored - That Santa doesn't exist
Angry - That your pimples are at the last stage
Depressed - That we're cousins
Excited - That there is no solution to this
Nervous - The middle-east
Worried - That your Honda sucks
Apathetic - That I did a sex-change
Ashamed - That I'm allergic to your hamster
Cuddly - That I get turned on by garbage men
Overjoyous - That I'm open
Other - That Extreme Home Makeover sucks
8. What's the color of your walls in your bedroom?
White - Your ring
Yellow - Your love letters
Red - Your Darth Vader
Black - Your tame stone
Blue - The couch cushions
Green - The pictures from
LAOrange - Your false teeth
Brown - Your contact book
Grey - Our matching snoopy-bibs
Purple - Your old lottery coupons
Pink - The cut toenails
Other - Your memories from the military service
9. The first letter of your first name?
A/B - Your photo
C/D - The oil stocks
E/F - Your neighbour Martin
G/H - My virginity
I/J - The results of your blood-sample
K/L - Your left ear
M/N - Your suicide note
O/P - My common sense
Q/R - Your mom
S/T - Your collection of butterflies
U/V - Your criminal record
W/X - David's tricot outfits
Y/Z - Your grades from college
10. The last letter in your last name?
A/B - Always will remember
C/D - Never will forget
E/F - Always wanted to break
G/H - Never openly mocked
I/J - Always have felt dirty before
K/L - Will tell the authorities about
M/N - Told in my confession today about
O/P - Was interviewed by the Times about
Q/R - Told my psychiatrist about
S/T - Get sick when I think of
U/V - Always will try to forget
W/X - Am better off without
Y/Z - Never liked
11. What do you prefer to drink?
Water- Our friendship
Beer - Senility
Soft drink - A new life as a clone
Soda - The incarnation as an eskimo
Milk - The apartment building
Wine - Cocaine abuse
Cider - A passionate interest for mice
Juice - Oprah Winfrey imitations
Mineral water - Embarrassing rash
Hot chocolate - Eggplant-fetishism
Whisky - To ruin the second world war
Other - To hate the Boston Celtics
12. To which country would you prefer to go on a vacation?
Thailand - Warm regards
USA - Best regards
England - Good luck on your short-term leave from jail
Spain - Go and drown yourself
China - Disgusting regards
Germany - With ease
Japan - Go burn
Greece - Your everlasting enemy
Australia - Greetings to your frog Leonard
Egypt - Fuck off now
France - In pain
Other - Greetings to your freaky family
13. What is your favorite activities when hanging out with mates?
Gathering for drinks - Ugly pig
Foosball - Silly duck
Shopping - French kisser
Dulging for food - Cranky banana
Movies - Smelly armpits
Snacks - Horny wolf
Snooker - Tiny nipples
Bowling - Sexy grandmother
Outdoor activities - Vain pot
Having a long talk - Nose plucker
Taking pictures - Dumb bitch
Other - Burn yourself
This is how it turns out...... (the person(s) mentioned.... it's a tag..... I didn't do this!!! Pls don't hate me.................)
Dear Black Tan.
I don't really know how to tell you this, but I dislike you.I think I realized it when that night at the mental hospital and I saw you sitting on my best friend. I'm sure you're middle- class enough to understand that extreme home makeover sucks. I'm returning your ring to you, but I'll keep your grades for college as a memory. You should also know that I told in my confession today about our friendship. Your everlasting enemy.
Your name Ryanne
P/S: You are so lifeless, Smelly Armpits, -The name of the person that tagged you-.YY
~~no one...... YY tagged everyone I knew..... T.T
Ben... I think we really need that cool multi-peripheral view sunglasses mentioned in your blog....
Anyway..... After class, me, Nicole, Vanezsha, and Wee Leng went for dinner at Wing's Cottage. After the yummy dinner, we cycle nonchalantly back to the house... We chatted, waved at each other, and make stupid jokes, all the way...
That was soooooooo nice..... Enjoying the company of my friends.... Then I did something quite daring.... I took both my hands off the handles when going down the slope...
Hahaha.... Those who followed Chronicles of Bicycle might probably guess that "Oh..... There she falls again..."
Well.... Sorry to disappoint you guys.... but I didn't fall.... Nicole did, when she was trying to be Superwoman going down the slope. She skinned her knee and bruised her palm... And she was so well- mannered she actually asked for permission to curse... Haha.... If it was me, I would've curse till the whole Westlake also can hear!!
Anyway.... Fortunately, Wee Leng drove past us, and send her home. And me, being the stupid "genius" tried to cycle both bikes home.... Nearly crash into Vanezsha!!! But Wee Leng came back to help us push the bike...
And... I did what I do best, clean the wound and dress it.... I hope no infection...
Lesson of the story is, don't cycle without hands on the handle and eyes on the road, especially when going down slope!!
PS: Zac... What you told us was not entirely true..... My butt can't do the job of balancing the bike when I cycle free-hand!!
Tuesday, November 4, 2008
One hand in my pocket
Just waiting for my stars to come
I’m just waving at the sky
With a crooked hat on my head
and I’m waiting for the stars to shoot by
It started somewhere in November
Just right after October
At a westlake houses near the lake
It's the beginning of another hell on earth
Praying for my guitar to work
O work the magic so I stay alert
C'mon take a look now
Take a look at me now
I'm just a geek in blue
Waiting for my shooting stars to shoot
I’m just cycling near the fishful of lake
With one hand on the handle
And the other on my head
and I’m waiting for my sun to come out
I’m just a curious poor student
with my head in the books
and I’m praying for my A's to come
Sure you never gonna guess
That I actually hate maths
And I have no idea what I am doing with differentiation
Because it all amounts to nothing in the end
Unless you count the paper in my waste paper basket
Which I will throw them out off the window soon
I've been paying close attention to the lecturer's talk
Like a cow will listen to the piano song
I’m a geek in blue waiting for my doom to come
Got nothing to brag or boast
because I’m picking up my guitar
To strum all night
Raising a pitch so high
Windows might just break into slices
But my stress level rocketting up the sky
Cause I’m touring in the world where Newton led his life
See I got handful of notes with nothing in my head
And I'm just waiting for my shooting stars to come by
I'm a geek in blue
with my hand in my pocket
and I’m waiting for my stars to come by
I’m a geek in distress
with my hands pulling my hair
and I’m hoping no F's come by
I'm just a geek in the blue
with my guitar pick in hand
and I'm waiting for my stars to come by
See I’m a down-to-earth person
With my guitar here I’m ready to play
And I can only play twelve notes
Hoping my fingers don't cramp
I'm a music disaster
My brain is not right
All the maths in a mess
They say I'm crazy
But maybe they've got their truth, alright?
I just ain't smart enought to do my maths
Yeah! Something’s different in my world today
Well I forgot how to do maths today
I'm just a geek in blue
~~crappy post.... this is what maths do to me....
well.... gota credit Jason Mraz for the inspiration.... It's very much like "Curbside Prophet" which is one of my favourites.... But this is a crappy lyrics by the Geek in Blue--ME!!~~
Sunday, November 2, 2008
Saturday, November 1, 2008
- Remove 1 question (any from below) and add in a personal question, make it a total of 19 questions.
- Tag 8 people in your list, list them out at the end of this post. Notify them in their chat box that he/she has been tagged.
- NO BACK TAG!!!
1. What are your nickname
~don't think i have any... unless you count the one where they mis-typed my name la....
2. What is your favourite thing to do
- sleep, eat, online, watch TV
- Fly. Or telekinesis....
- Family and a few close friends
- Watch TV
- Depends.... Might..... Might not....
- A complementary to me
- He/She wants to form a cult, bomb a few cities and conquer the world!! Wakakakakak ~~evil laughs~~
- Money can't buy happiness.... but can't be happy without money...
- Nothing... God made me who I am....
- IM status: BUSY
- Health status: Sick
- Academic status: Crash and Burn
- I am self critical...
- The world
- Check the mirror to see if I look like Orlando Bloom, if not.... I will go back to slee
- Love or crush him until I find the next victim ~~Sinister laughs~~
1. Black Tan (sure expert in this quiz adi la you!!)
8. JoanC (Yeah... you've been tagged)