May 21, 2009

Wishing On A Rainbow

“Being rich is having money; being wealthy is having time”

Oh dear, I'm in a very depress mode. Why? Cause I can't find any computer shop that offer cash installment plan >_<

They all want credit card.

And I can't apply for a personal loan, since I'm not eligible. Not to mention I don't need 10k.

I'll die trying to pay back that much!

*sigh* Anyway, soon I'll be having a little transition this June. Still considering whether this was a good or bad choice.

I just don't want to regret it later in life.

But then, since God gave me the chance, might as well take it.


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May 14, 2009

Work In-Progress

“Are you bored with life? Then throw yourself into some work you believe in with all your heart, live for it, die for it, and you will find happiness that you had thought could never be yours”

Is what the saying goes, but you know what? That still bores me.

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I was given work. A pretty easy one. Unfortunately there's lots of em. When oh when will it finish?

Stress is building inside of me. From what? Lack of gaming time.

Between coming back fro and to work, I only have, like, 3/4 hours of free time. I need my obligatory sleep time. And, as usual, I have tons of game to finish.

Right now focusing on finishing Overlord and reaching level 45 in FlyFF. I also want to spend more time on my RPG Maker.

I have lot's of time for work though. Like today, for my coding job, I manage to test and modify 10 methods. That used to take me, like, 3 days o_O.

Either I'm getting better at it, or working hour had just been stretched without me knowing.




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May 10, 2009

Roger That

Those who forget the pasta are condemned to reheat it.

I think I'm getting better at eating not-fully-cooked food. Time and again my stomach goes into pain-mode, yet it will feel better sooner or later.

Of course, a visit to the loo is healthy.

Before I start rambling, have some food.

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Anyway, I was reading an old book brother had, which is Elminster's Daughter by Ed Greenwood. It sa good book, but I wish they focus on Narnra more. I like reading fantasy book, but I find the lack of females as the protagonist tiring.

Mind you, I've only read a few, so maybe I missed some. I find the book  a bit hard to follow, as the author seems to jump from one scene to another. I keep flipping through the pages wanting to know what happened to the daugther, so I ended missing a lot of important events. Like how the song dragon happen to know about the Waterdeep lass?

I need to look through the book again, but that means reading scenes with characters I care not. I'll probably flipped through it again.

Too bad I can't find any discussion about this book. Maybe someone can give me a detailed summary of the only one I'm interested.

Oh well, tomorrow is Monday. Better be ready to get depress.


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May 8, 2009

Who Move My Cheese?!?!

"Kill the body and
the head will die."

Notes: Take note that I update my Twitter more often then my blog, so remember to check it out too.

That aside, at first I wanted to post some unlucky story about myself and yesterday, but it looks like I'll have to extend it till today.

Just now, I was so angry that I've forgotten what happened yesterday. I only remembered that there was a truck blocking my way home, so I had to take another route, which was jam-packed. Why can't people ever learn not to sop inside the yellow box?! Demmit!

Last week I bought 6 cheese sausages. I like cheese. A lot. Reason why I bought them.

But my little brother also likes them. So he went and ate 4. Yes, 4. The unlucky number.

So left 2. Because of what he done, I decided to eat the next day, which is today.

Lo and behold, my older brother was hungry so he went and ate the leftovers. He probably thought that I had already eaten the others.

So let see, that left me with... You guess right, Nothing!!!



You know, as programmer, I need to write application to retrieve records. So I always write a test program to check whether the retrieval was successful or not. Something like this;

Sub TestCheese()
Dim rs As Recordset
Dim objCheeze As EFood.CCheeze
Dim i As Long
Dim msg As String

For i = 0 to 99
Set rs = objCheeze.RetrieveCheeseSausages

If rs Is Nothing Then
msg = msg & "Out of sausages"
i = 0
Else
msg = msg & "Sausages found"
Call CookAndEatCheeseSausage(rs)
Exit For
End If
Next i
End Sub


Oh dang, I want my cheese... *goestoplayOverlord*

May 6, 2009

No Time To Linger

Only the guy who isn't rowing has time to rock the boat.

Ahhh, it's already May, and I still haven't finish Overlord yet >_<

Anyway, nothing much but work and work and work. For a company that have so many customers and clients, the software department is very small o_O

To develop an application, you need several layers for it. Think like needing to go through a few stages. I used to take care 2 of the lowest, and easiest layers. Now they want to give me another one, which is harder.

Ouch.

I'm surprise at how nice and patient my colleague are. I keep making mistakes, and they keep pointing it out and teaching me how too fix it in a friendly manner.

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You know, in the beginning I dreaded going to work. I was afraid that I could not do it, that they will scold me for it. Now that I have receive my 2nd paycheck, I'm settling to my job nicely.

Though I'm still making mistakes and running to my project leader whenever there's' trouble, no matter how tiny it is.


My colleagues are nice to me. The food stall are near, cheap and delicious. The office is near my home, so I'm the last one to leave the house. I can sleep late and rise late.

Such is the advantage of receiving a small paycheck. I don't have to spend a lot of money and I don't waste time being stuck in a traffic jam.

Guess this is fairness in life, you win some, you lose some.

What I'll do to have it all...


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