November 14th, 2010
I have not done a movie review in such a freaking long time. Seems like ages ago but hell who gives a damn. I’ve just watched the new Skyline movie and I feel it deserves a review…or maybe I’m just drunk with fatigue. One can never tell. Out of sheer boredom I went with a friend of mine on impulse to watch movie at GSC’s Signature@Gardens. IF you do not know what it is, it’s this upper classy version of our local cinema with better quality visual and sound systems, oh so damn comfier seats, and of course cost double of the usual ticket…per person. “Two guys? Watching a movie together? Oh so gay!!!” you said? Yeah, well maybe but we’re both straight..I think…for the most part.
Not this Skyline lah...
Anyways, lets get on with the review. Its been sometime since I’ve wrote a review but Skyline is a movie, from what I can tell is made on a budget. You can easily tell when not one of Hollywood’s A-listers are on it. Its an alien invasion doomsday movie with a slight twist. Spoiler alert this review contains mind you.
November 13th, 2010
Seriously, I’ve heard this for a long time of various Yaoi doujins of Naruto characters but I could not believe my eyes when I saw the torrent for a KakashiXNaruto doujin floating on Tokyotosho. Translated. IN FREAKING ENGLISH!!! To be honest, I just don’t care about yaoi manga but seeing is believing I guess.
I just don’t get seeing 2 (apparently gay) guys doing it as fun.
Screw this shit. /runs
November 7th, 2010
Life is like a book with many different chapters and one of those chapters just ended for me. After 5 years of being in a university to complete my degree, I’m done. Done with all the studying and lectures and assignments and most importantly exams. But with all that said and done it is never over to stop learning. Although it might seem fun and less stressful at times, the working life has its ups and downs. Its just shifting one worry for another.
To me, my life as a university students was a dump. I didn’t socialized with my classmates much, was a mess emotionally, met assholes who I thought could be considered as friends who ultimately backstab me and honestly, it was quite a bitch really. Although as a consolation, I did meet a few good people and also my certain someone at the end of the day.
Studying in Multimedia University or any local university for short is just the same as one is studying back in secondary school. Pathetically dull, boring and having the ability to kill off any sort of creative thinking that one might have. I’m not saying that all my lecturers suck. Most of them were pretty good and helpful mind you but the method that most of they themselves employed is just an extension on how ineffective the Malaysian education environment is. I started out studying engineering to do something that is beneficial to society, but now I’m seriously regretting it as the job scopes here in the country is so limited its sad. Sad to the point that no matter where I look its all the same.
After being in a classroom and seeing how the classes were handled while on the US summer program, I can clearly see how sad the state of our education system is. I have never felt more alive being in the classroom in the US than I’ve ever been the whole of my student life. I would love to try applying for their masters program but seeing how I can’t afford that I’m just hoping that I might get one of their assistantship programs in the future. Although, the chances for that is as slim as bulimic warthog.
So as I sit here at my work site typing this out of sheer boredom, I’m also trying to look for another more meaningful and productive occupation. By the way, I got trolled into joining this sad state of a company and I can’t believe I got suckered into this. I hope the next job would be better.