I honest to goodness have a tendency to look around for good for money interesting deals on group deal sites. Might have got to do with a little bit too much free time on my hands at work or I’m just too poor for spending money on something for full price. Either way, in this case its a deal that I will never ever regret in my life. Playing with actual real life guns in the heart of KL.
Las Vacas meathouse and butchery. This place has been reviewed so many times I’m not even gonna bother. Bottom line here is that the steaks served here are premium great beef that is delicious to the last bite and made me say “This is good shit!” many a times. What I am going to rant about is where as there is good beef there will be me and especially so when Las Vacas organizes a steak challenge competition.
After the Johnny Walker event last year I would never have thought that I would have the opportunity to attend another this year. Albeit sudden and without the company of madmen this time around. Held at MAEPS which is ironically located inside the grounds of UPM it was smaller in size in terms of attendees and venue. Though the air conditioner was working rather well it was made even more exclusive as invitations was rediculously hard to come by.
It’s a bit late but I guess it’ll have to do. The BigBadWolf booksale was held recently and this year it changed location from the usual Amcorp Mall to some really hard to access shopping mall in Sri Kembangan called South City Plaza. Gotten some really hard to find books for a price to kill for. Burn a small hole in my pocket but it was really so damn worth every cent. RM8 a book mate. Any cheaper and I’ll faint. Ok, not really but I’m go screaming like a girl at a Rain concert. As usual, the crowd was as aggressive as Zerglings rushing onto a Terran supply base. Luckily, when I was arrived on the evening of the second day the crowd was miraculously subsided. Must had been dinner time kua.
I just really hope that I would have more than enough cash for next year’s haul. I just hope I’ll be able to finish reading all this by that time though.
The 4th of July is a day in which Americans regardless of faith, race or even ideology set aside their differences to celebrate their victory against evil alien invaders that blasted most major cities around the globe independence from British colonial rule and at this year’s celebration we got a taste of what it is like to celebrate Independence Day.
To see and experience how a small community celebrate the 4th of July, we were taken to Kaskaskia Island located in Randolph County in Southern Illinois. Kaskaskia Island was once a major French colonial town and then it became the first state capital of Illinois. Now it just has a very sparse population surrounded by farmland.