Archive for November, 2006



Lost S03E06: I Do (ABC)

 

Last Lost recap of 2006. The 3rd season continues in February 2007.

Warning Spoilers Ahead!

Lost S03E01: A Tale Of Two Cities
Lost S03E02: The Glass Ballerina
Lost S03E03: Further Instructions
Lost S03E04:Every Man For Himself
Lost S03E05: The Cost Of Living

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Lost S03E05: The Cost Of Living (ABC)

Episode 5 of the 3rd season of Lost, recapped and reviewed on The Memoirs.

Warning Spoilers Ahead!
Lost S03E01: A Tale Of Two Cities
Lost S03E02: The Glass Ballerina
Lost S03E03: Further Instructions
Lost S03E04:Every Man For Himself
Lost S03E06: I Do
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Lost S03E04: Every Man For Himself (ABC)

Two more episodes to go before we can really get into the analysis of Lost!

Warning, spoilers ahead!
Lost S03E01: A Tale Of Two Cities
Lost S03E02: The Glass Ballerina
Lost S03E03: Further Instructions
Lost S03E05: The Cost Of Living
Lost S03E06: I Do

This post gives a recap and review about this Lost episode.

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Lost S03E03 Further Instructions (ABC)

Another recap and review of a Lost episode. I have finally been able to see all of them. The show itself is on break until the 7th of February 2007. Warning, spoilers ahead!

Lost S03E01: A Tale Of Two Cities
Lost S03E02: The Glass Ballerina
Lost S03E04:Every Man For Himself
Lost S03E05: The Cost Of Living
Lost S03E06: I Do
Continue reading ‘Lost S03E03 Further Instructions (ABC)’

Lost S03E02: The Glass Ballerina (ABC)

Warning, Lost Spoilers!

This post gives a recap and review about this Lost episode.

Lost S03E01: A Tale Of Two Cities
Lost S03E03: Further Instructions
Lost S03E04:Every Man For Himself
Lost S03E05: The Cost Of Living
Lost S03E06: I Do

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Thoughts On A Saturday Night

 

Taken during a club night featuring The Hacker @ Dagobert on June 22nd 2006 in Quebec City, Canada. Taken with a Sony Cybershot DSC-P93 5.1 MP camera. 

During my work days, even if I have a Hell-day, I always take the time to relax a bit. Work on my blog, work on a post, check out new motorbikes and drink my cup of coffee. It’s always important to make time for yourself. I used to work from home. I had been doing this for over 4 years. It doesn’t suit me as well as I thought it would. Working with other people is good.

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Range On Fashion And Cheap Shirts

This photo was taken at the Dagobert, a nightclub in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada in July 2006.

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This post was updated on Friday the 24th of November 2006 @ 7:18 PM GMT+8 

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After commenting on Mr Angry’s blog, I decided to turn my comment into a full fledged post. Like that really means anything.

In our society, clothing has a very important place. People might want to say that you don’t judge a book by its cover, but in reality you do. Kind of. At least part of your judgement happens in the first 5 seconds of seeing and meeting someone. I personally have spent the last 4 years in suits. When I started out, I had 2 cheap suits and a few cheap shirts. Bought them at Moores if you really want to know. Therein lied my problem. I didn’t really know anything about them. Years later, I look back on my old suits and think just how bad they were. This doesn’t mean that some cheaper suits are great buys, such as Tommy Hilfiger suits and other brand names.

Just remember this:

A suit is brought together by a very good tie. Even if your suit is a bit tired and crumpled, if you have an impeccable tie, it will bring the suit together and make you look like a million bucks. And everybody notices good ties.

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TGIF or How Thanksgiving Is Celebrated In a Foreign Country

Taipei 101 building, taken at a weird angle on the 12th of October 2006. 

Yesterday was an easier day.

After having taught Kindergarten, it was time for the 4th graders to get their test. Most of them did well. Contrary to before, I gave them the tests back after lunch and corrected it with them to make sure they knew what errors they made. In my other class, some students that didn’t do too well before are doing a lot better.

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The Seconds Just Keep Ticking Away

For a second there, I thought it was 9AM when it actually was 8AM.

Well.

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Photographical Postcards From Taiwan

Photos.

Let me just mention that the photo above was taken on the 12th of October 2006 on our first trip to Taipei. We were on the MRT, Taipei’s subway system, which has a mixture of underground and above ground trains, on our way to the Shilin nightmarket. Our friends told us that we were going to go by the Grand Hotel. I immediately took out my camera and hugged the door to take a few shots, with a few seconds of exposure (1 or 2 seconds). The result is what you see above.

Photos.

Again.

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