28 April 2012

27 April 2012

Friday finally! Wheeeeeeeeee! Tonight, it will be browsing at Kinokuniya at Liang Court followed by drawing!

Worn out shoes

My shoes wear out very fast. The front ends have split, I could see my toes. The bottoms have holes. The rear is worn out. How many years has it been?

26 April 2012

Whoa! Another call!

A fourth call no less! The original guy is probably sobbing in the corner somewhere. Now, a strongly accented woman has called from GMI. She said her name is Kasey or Casey. That is the signal for me to leave her hanging. Hilarious!

A third time!

He calls again for the third time! GMI guy! He's a bit dim. I wonder if he will call for a fourth time.

GMI strikes twice!

Woo, I left the line hanging. The GMI guy continued talking. Then, he calls back and says that the line has been disconnected. Now, he starts all over. I am leaving it hanging again. This is entertaining.

Yet another call from GMI

Woo! A call from 'GMI company'. Some guy with a strong accent.

Fading away

I doubt if I will see a response. I think her interest has faded a long time back. Nothing else to say or do.


It seems a folly to continuing pursuing after almost year. I need to look elsewhere.

Drawing at the food court at Orchard Cineleisure

I was Leos, Isaac, Amelia and Kun Rong at the food court at Orchard Cineleisure last Friday.

25 April 2012

Drawing at MOS Burger at Millennia's Walk

Drawing with Jake, Annabella, Marc, Leos, Derrick, and Kun Rong at the MOS Burger at Millennia's Walk on Saturday night.

24 April 2012


I borrowed this volume, 'Shooter' by Jack Coughlin, Casey Kuhlman and Donald A. Davis and finished it in the course of two days. A fast accessible read which reveals little insight of the operating methods of a sniper. I wish there were more. As for the psyche and mentality, the volume doesn't feel particularly personal. This is, of course, not literature, just a straight forward narrative.
The weekend was far too short!

23 April 2012

Torn out pages

The condition of borrowed books from the library is terrible. I find torn out pages to be quite common. I do wonder about our society.

War Games

I borrowed and read this volume from the library. I had been meaning to buy 'War Games: The Story of Aid and War in Modern Times' by Linda Polman.

The book is an exposé on the the aid industry and how it co-exists with low-intensity warfare world wide. Shocking but not surprising and not unknown in many of the instances.