Archive for January, 2008

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Boom

January 31, 2008

Don’t you just love these meaningless blog post titles I’ve been using? They’re most likely not related to anything I’m typing about, just there for the sake of having a title.

I went back to Fry’s today and returned the metal retractable stylus. The person doing the return gave me a funny face when I told them it was too sharp and would scratch a touch screen. I had to explain that a Nintendo DS uses a touch screen. Jeez. Bought the official Nintendo licensed retractable stylus, they were cheaper, too! WTF.

Headed to Walmart, too. I bought The Tuxedo, U-571, and The Sum of All Fears on DVD, each for $5. Not bad. I did the self check-out thing and you have to demagnetize the discs yourself on this little star sticker. I got all of them to work except The Tuxedo. Lo and behold, when I was leaving, I beeped at the door. NO ONE stopped me. Uh….strange. Being the upstanding person I am, I turned around and asked this guy near the door. He was surprised that I came back in and proceeded to check my bag and receipt, the whole shabang. He demagnetized the movies again for me and said thanks for coming back in.

Went to eat sushi with Andrew for dinner. Man, I lost track of whose turn it was to pay for food. Andrew beat me to it, but I decided to chip in for tip at least.

Headed home and plugged my laptop into the big screen TV in the living room and proceeded to watch some Korean dramas. It’s nice to watch on the big screen once in a while.

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Zap

January 30, 2008

Hmm, so how have things been lately? Let’s see.

Work has slowed down. Guess that comes with the times, seeing as how the holidays are over. I miss working with all my friends at the same time, now I’m lucky to even be working with a handful of them. I don’t get as much hours as I used to, but that’s ok. They usually call me up when they need help. Especially Susan, my old supervisor. She’s cool like that.

I’ve been watching more dramas again. I went back and downloaded the entire series of Duke of Mount Deer 2000 in Vietnamese. Wow, is that a good series. My mom says it’s not as good as the old Duke of Mount Deer. So, I went and watched it. I couldn’t get past the bad voice dub, nor, could I get past the first episode. BLEH. Oh well. I tried to finish Full House(Korean drama), yet again, but I only got in two more episodes this time and stopped at number 9. I switched over to watch Goong S.

I was completely into Goong, so the sequel, Goong S was a no-brainer to watch. It’s pretty good, though it hasn’t quite got me like Goong did. Se7en’s acting could be a little better, but it’s ok cause it is his debut. The thing that kinda bugs me is that the characters don’t show a lot of chemistry on screen. I want cuteness, LUST, anger, jealousy, and sadness to show on screen between the actors and I want it more naturally. I guess while watching it, you can feel that their just acting. Not fully believable. Oh yeah, in one of the episodes, the main character plays with a white psp. The old ones, not the new slim ones. I was like, “I have that PSP!” Then, they play the sound from the game he’s playing, which goes a little something like this, “WU-THAAAAW!!!” Instantly, I could tell right away that the sound comes from Tekken: Dark Resurrection, specifically from Law. Oh, come on, Tekken is my favorite game, having spent countless hours upon hours (upon countless hours!) practicing and learning different combos in that game. I had to check to see if my PSP was still in my room, cause it was just so similar to mine. Haha.

I picked up a hand crank flashlight at Fry’s today. They’re so cool. I wanted one ever since a couple of weeks ago when we were in Davis and the power was out. Alex was using a hand crank flashlight and I was playing with one that Lenny had. Those things are fun, you just keep cranking while you’re bored and you get light out it!

I’m gonna head back to Fry’s tomorrow and see if they have these retractable stylus’ for the DS. I bought some metal ones, but since they aren’t licensed by Nintendo, I’m afraid they might scratch the touch screen, so I’ll get the ones that are licensed.

Let’s see, what else.Oh, I’ve been having a huge craving for Chicken Nuggets lately. I’ll probably get some tomorrow. And I haven’t had Pocky in a while, too. Maybe that calls for a trip to Lion’s to check out their selection. It used to be huge! But, last I’ve seen, they seem to be downsizing it. I’ll have to check it out tomorrow.

Well, that’s all I can think for now. I’ll update when something interesting happens.
Oh yeah, I’m gonna stop with the:
“anyways…
and OUT.”
It’s about time I’ve stopped using that to end blog posts. I’ll just end it however I like. Aja aja! Fighting!

EDIT::::::
Holy crap. I was watching Goong S. The bad guys were trying to do an assassination hit on the Queen and the main character jumped and took the shock himself. CRAZY.

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Simple as hitting delete

January 15, 2008

Have you ever just had a time where you had a whole bunch of things on your mind? And then, you go and type out a gigantic post, spilling about all your feelings and angst and heartfelt emotions. Then, you decide that something like that shouldn’t see the light of day, so you hit delete. Just so others won’t be able to see what you wrote. Man, if only it were that simple to do with the real thoughts in your head. All you needed to do were to hit delete and BAM! All those things that were causing you stress were removed from your psyche. If only…

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