Hee... so it's better to just follow the URL http://ying.tisubox.net/ (well if anyone want to) as I'd pretty much redirect it to anywhere new & comfy in an unforeseen future. It's convenient that way ;)
While most people rant on the rally & the outrage...
...I think the 'Cole Phelps look-a-like' usually frequents the same place. Nice ♥
I'm done with Shadows of the Damned, in summary - it's fun, it's wacky (that's Suda51 for yooo), has lame dick jokes -somehow in a good way if that's your kind of humour, watch video for a gist of it.
aaaand.. them short (twisted + bizarre) background tales behind each boss are a plus too. The only thing I'm disappointed is there's a lack of replayability value, unless I missed it big time. And Justine boss. Keep an eye on the few disclaimer paragraphs at the end of the credit roll for some laugh or perhaps giggles (it made ME giggle). I do notice there's a reuse of sfx in this game from Silent Hill. It's Yamaoka, hey. All is good.
On another note, I'm somewhat depressed. But no worries, the shit still needs to be shoveled.
Wake up earlier, foo! Cos' annual evaluation is just around the corner, even though it's WAY past the official date it was supposed to be (company claims we're 'overwhelmed with work'). Hahah.. irony.
Super 8. So I've just seen this movie, and it's the first & last of it, unless my future kids demands it. Summary of movie: Alien came, alien stranded & bullied by military agents, escaped & ran amok in a small town, alien managed to build ship & escape Earth, kids witnessing the entire events while trying to film a zombie flick with raging hormones. Ah yes, unless you're a parent who enjoys looking at their kids jumping at every sudden crazy crash sfx, by all means, save your time & money for other movies. Critters is a better flick you could spend your time on rather than this IMO.
Speaking of sci-fi, here's one I'm looking forward to: IRON SKY
Nazis on the moon! I'm sold. Mainly cos it features nice music & the idea of Nazi UFO tech conspiracy. Dark humour is always good. Yet I foresee local theaters here wouldn't bring this in *looks at international screenings* (Malaysia only has 33 demands!) Orz
Having a go on cold-process soap making, so took a class last Saturday with a colleague. It's easy-peasy if we have the equipments all ready in place. Stirring the mixture of these by hand was hectic though.
There's honey for the bottom layer, and coco powder for the top - it smells like a very diluted chocolate for now. Here's hoping these will turn out fine after 4-5 weeks.
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