Sunday, July 31, 2005

Young man achieves amazing technological progress to take school exams

Image hosted by Photobucket.comA school-leaver, who came to take an oral exam on English in Armenia, designed an original method to pass exams without any difficulties. The young man fixed wires to the collar of his shirt, attached tiny microphones to buttons and connected the secret system to his Nokia cellular phone.
Professors of the examination commission were amazed with the man's invention. Some of them said that the young man had designed a miracle of electronic technologies.
"Every little detail in the device was meticulously thought-out. It is not ruled out that there was a group of professional specialists working on the system," Armenian Minister for Education, Sergo Yeritsan said.
When the young man's secret was exposed, the commission decided to listen to him anyway. It turned out that the man knew nothing : he could only say that he was keen to become a philologist to save his nation. The inventor had to leave with an unsatisfactory mark.



Don't SIAO SIAO....keat man !!!

GRAFFITY


Drew this in 3 minutes by using a flash gear in my cousin's Myspace.
Don't misunderstand that I am those guys who likes to draw graffity. I didn't know where the idea come from but i just drew it. I never drew graffity before !!!

Not bad for 3 minutes?

visit : http://www.myspace.com/darkboi
It's kind of blur here because I converted it from Bitmap to JPEG format.

Wednesday, July 27, 2005


I don't know this is from which country ? Any idea ?

Monday, July 25, 2005

Sunday, July 24, 2005

Here is your PRIZE !!!


Yin Tung's Movie Blog. This is a nice blog with movie reviews. This is rated nicely by my great friend Yin Tung. He gives a brief synopsis about movies and rates them X.X out of 5.
It is worth a visit to his Blog. Pls click on this link:http://moviesblog2005.blogspot.com/

Happy Viewing !

The Parcel Answer is Out !!!


The present in the parcel is a football jersey of the town my Aunty is living in.
Hull City AFC.
Lim Yin Tung got the nearest guess. He said it's a jersey ! CONGRATS !!!

His present will be an introduction and promotion of his blog on my blog. Hooray!!!

Saturday, July 23, 2005

The Monitor Lizard Duel : Episode 2


The Second Dino and the Lizard Duel

This time i was also resting on my bed and i heard Dino barking check out the first episode here:
http://logicyuan.blogspot.com/2005/06/dragon-in-garden.html
I ran down and witnessed a fierce duel between Dino and the "Dragon".
It was so fierce.



The lizard tried to wack its tail towards Dino and Dino couldn't reach it underneath the air-con exhaust so he kept on barking. The Lizard opened it's mouth widely and and made the "ss..." sound it was so exciting and Dino showing no thought of letting go, Dino tried to drag it's tail, luckily Dino didn't bite it or else the garden would be full of blood. ***It's already so messy now with everything pulled down by my lovely Dino***



I decided to keep Dino away and chase the lizard off my self it not it would be an never ending duel.


The lizard climbed over flower pot fencings and crawled back into the drain. It is staying in the underground water pipes in my house. So it may appear anytime. Exciting fight it was !

Thursday, July 21, 2005


Eventhough you can read chinese, please tilt your head to the right to read this also.

Monday, July 18, 2005

I'm not so sure this is real but just have a look !


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THIS PHOTO IS ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL. BE SURE TO READ THE TEXT BELOW TO HAVE A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF WHAT YOU ARE VIEWING. IT IS HISTORIC TOO AS THIS IS TAKEN ON THE LAST MISSION FOR COLUMBIA.

The photograph attached was taken by the crew on board the Columbia during its last mission, on a cloudless day.

The picture is of Europe and Africa when the sun is setting. Half of the picture is at night. The bright dots you see are the cities' lights.

The top part of Africa is the Sahara Desert . Note that the lights are already on in Holland , Paris , and Barcelona, and that's it's still daylight in Dublin, London, Lisbon, and Madrid.

The sun is still shining on the Strait of Gibraltar. The Mediterranean Sea is already in darkness. In the middle of the Atlantic Ocean you can see the Azores Islands; below them to the right are the Madeira Islands; a bit below are the Canary Islands; and further South, close to the farthest western point of Africa, are the Cape Verde islands.

Note that the Sahara is huge and can be seen clearly both during Daytime and night time


Sunday, July 17, 2005


The tallest women on earth. This is for those friends who told me they won't mind about their intimate partner's height.

Friday, July 15, 2005

Cool Poster !

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Any guy who disagree with the title is GAY !

Edit of Appearance


I changed the appearance ! Xbox theme !

My Desktop


Let everyone have a glimpse of my desktop !

Parcel


This is the parcel i just received today. It's from England, you guys wanna guess what is it ?
Leave your answer in the shoutbox along with your email address, the person with the nearest guess will get a special treat from me.

Wednesday, July 13, 2005

Mothers-in-law make men sexually useless

Image hosted by Photobucket.comIts seems that popular jokes about the abyss of misunderstanding between a mother-in-law and a son-in-law has been scientifically proved. Romanian scientists found out that sharing a house with his wife's mother harms man's health in the most delicate aspect of it.

Romanian medics designated the new mental disorder as “mother-in-law's syndrome.” It was revealed as a result of the research that men over 35, who do not have the luxury of living in their own homes, suffer from groundless anxiety and nervousness when they have to share a house or an apartment with their wives' mothers.

Such unhappy husbands view themselves as heads of their families, although in fact they do the things that their mothers-in-law let them do. As a result, men develop inferiority complex, which eventually ends with a very unpleasant syndrome. It is possible to get rid of the syndrome during the sessions of group therapy only, which women are not allowed to attend. If a depressed and suppressed husband does not make an attempt to relieve himself of his mother-in-law's enslavement, the severe syndrome may lead to lamentable consequences in the sex life of a man. A man may become an impotent human being.

What I have to say about this.....?


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Sunday, July 10, 2005

Let all these pictures do the talking, k? kind of tired now...

















Saturday, July 09, 2005

Sleepwalking kills ?

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A 15-year-old girl has been rescued from the top of a 40-metre crane she climbed while sleepwalking in London.
The girl was spotted on the crane's top boom by people below, who called police to the building site in Dulwich thinking it was a suicide attempt.
But the girl, who has not been named, had apparently managed to climb up the crane and walk across a narrow metal beam while fast asleep.
A firefighter from the Forest Hill station then climbed the crane to wait with the girl until a specialist crew arrived.
The girl was woken by relatives who called a mobile phone she was carrying.

Still remember the last time your housemates telling you about mumbling during sleep and SLEEPWALKING.
I still remember my guardian told me that i sleepwalked and open the clothes cupboard and pee in it when i was around 10-11 years old. She always tell about what i shouted or spoked about during sleep. I saw many other people doing sleeptalking. I guess its quite normal for humans living in the modern era having high pressures to do things like that.
In the past few weeks, whenever i dream about serving a tennis ball, the second i was going to to jump my legs did the same jumping action. I was lying down and it woke me up everytime. I believe this is because before human goes into deep sleep, the dreams are more realistic and having these actions, the body reacts accordingly.
I guess this is the result having too many things in mind.
  • Chinese debating competition
  • Tennis Club
  • DJ Club
  • Penang Close Junior's Tennis Championship
  • My weakest subjects this year : Physics,Biology,Chemistry
  • Addmaths Tuition homework
  • Project : Black Hat - A film that me and my friends are working on
  • My Weblog
  • No time to check my emails
  • Not enough sleep everynight
  • Modern maths homework haven't finish
  • Chinese language teacher left to further studies
  • Fulfilling my visual desires- watch VCDs and DVDs in my room

Phew.....going to take lunch.......go back to my room and indulge myself in movies and serials..........forget about eveything bad...........

A Tribute to Ji Yuan's Weblog No.1 fan - Melvin Goh

As the author of this weblog, I would like to say thank you a million times to all my faithful visitors of my weblog. My friend Melvin Goh wanted to come over to my house to watch the Wimbledon men singles final but it was a Sunday night and we are living in a time zone of GMT +8. We have to go to school the next morning so it wasn't appropriate for him to come over. Now let me give him a treat with this full report of the match.



WIMBLEDON, England --
Roger Federer felt tense before facing Andy Roddick in the Wimbledon final and jittery during it, his right arm shaking, his heartbeat rising.

Or so Federer says.
Image hosted by Photobucket.comWe'll have to take his word for it because there wasn't a hint of anything but cool confidence from Federer while crafting a 6-2, 7-6 (2), 6-4 victory over Roddick on Sunday to become just the third man since 1936 to win three consecutive titles at the All England Club.
In a rematch of the 2004 Wimbledon final, Federer used a full assortment of creative strokes to paint his latest tennis masterpiece on the sport's most prestigious canvas and claim his fifth title in the last nine Grand Slams.
"It's hard for him because I really played a fantastic match -- one of the best of my life," said Federer, the first man in 50 years to win his first five major finals.
"Today it seemed liked I was playing flawless. Everything was working."


He finished with 49 winners and 12 unforced errors, an unheard-of ratio. He out-aced Roddick 11-7. He broke Roddick four times.
Roddick charged the net early, coming in behind second serves, chipping and charging, using deep approach shots. But it didn't take long for the No. 1-ranked Federer to calibrate his passing shots, and he finished with 16.
"I'm not going to sit around and sulk and cry. I did everything I could," the second-seeded Roddick said. "I tried going to his forehand and coming in. He passed me. I tried going to his backhand and coming in. He passed me. Tried staying back. He figured out a way to pass me, even though I was at the baseline."
Federer's performance, filled with "How'd he do that?" moments, left everyone gushing. Even Federer made reference to how he's "dominating the game."
Three-time Wimbledon champion Boris Becker said: "We are watching greatness unfold."
John McEnroe breathlessly told TV viewers: "People think I'm kidding or that I'm just talking him up when I say he's the greatest talent of all time, but I believe that."
Playing the best brings out Federer's best. He's 9-1 against Roddick and has won eight straight matches against Lleyton Hewitt, including Friday's semifinals.

Federer is at a level where his competition lies not with the Roddicks and Hewitts, but the greats of the past. The Swiss star joined Bjorn Borg (1976-80), Pete Sampras (1993-95, 1997-2000) and Fred Perry (1934-36) as the only men in the last 90 years to triumph at Wimbledon three years in a row.
Federer's grass-court winning streak is 36 matches, second only to Borg's 41.
"He's really quite a genius," said Federer's coach, Tony Roche, "especially on grass."
Federer is a little more than a month shy of his 24th birthday, just like Sampras was when he won the fifth of his record 14 major titles.
Then there's this remarkable statistic: Federer has won 21 straight finals; the previous record was 12, shared by McEnroe and Borg.
Poor Roddick. On grass the past three seasons, he's 32-0 against everyone else and 0-3 against Federer.
Roddick's record-setting serve and forehand were good enough to win the U.S. Open and reach No. 1 in 2003, and he's added plenty to his game since then, improving his backhand, returns and volleying.
"It's tough knowing that you're a better player than you were two years ago," Roddick said, "but not having a lot to show for it."

To his credit, he never packed it in, and with help from a backhand down the line, Roddick broke for a 2-1 lead in the second set, then punched the air three times.
Won't see that from Federer. There's no way to tell from his body language whether he won or lost a point. He walks along the baseline, perhaps flicking a bead of sweat from his brow or tucking strands of hair into his white bandanna.
Inside, though, he's churning.
"I knew the importance of this one, so I was pretty tense going into it," Federer said. "Then when I started to serve for the match ... I really got nervous."
Sure, Roger.
As nervous as you were down a break in the second set?
Federer broke back to 3-all with two terrific shots. Roddick followed a second serve to the net and hit a crisp volley, but Federer slid over for a forehand pass. Then Federer stretched to return a 120 mph serve and forced Roddick to sail a backhand long.
Later, Roddick hit a tremendous return, followed by a sharp shot. His reward? Yet another passing shot off Federer's racket.
"It deflates you and it puts more pressure on you," Roddick said, "because you feel like, 'OK, if I'm playing points like that, maybe I have to try to do something better.' I don't know if I can."
When he pushed a forehand into the net to fall behind 5-2 in the tiebreaker, Roddick spiked his racket. That's something Federer was known to do as a junior, but his persona has matured along with his game.
"He's just become so solid mentally," Roddick said.
A light rain was falling as the second set ended, and play was halted for 25 minutes. A chance for Roddick to regroup? For Federer to lose momentum?
Hardly. The hits just kept on coming. A 108 mph ace on the chalk. A lob over the 6-foot-2 Roddick. A half-volley backhand on the run that somehow became an unreachable drop shot. Even a shanked shot found a corner.


The final break came at 3-3 in the third.


Federer made two lunging saves, then -- snap! -- went from defense to offense, coming from well off the ball for a forehand winner. On the next point, Federer hit a return so hard that the only way for Roddick to make contact was to swing his racket behind his back and through his legs. Federer ended the game with a backhand and lifted a fist while Roddick lowered his head.
Federer's celebration was slightly less muted three games later. He opened with two aces, catching Roddick leaning the wrong way on one, and finished with a 129 mph service winner to close it out.
Federer dropped to his knees the way Borg used to on that lawn, then rolled in the grass, tears welling.
Roddick graciously walked to that side of the net for a handshake and embrace.
"I don't know many people in history who would beat him," Roddick said. "You just have to sit back and say, 'too good,' sometimes. Hope he gets bored or something."

Wednesday, July 06, 2005

Monday, July 04, 2005

8 magical ways to describe my friends

To my fellow friends,

To show appreciation to all my beloved friends, I would like to take this oppurtunity to give some compliments to them.

My good friends are :

Lifely

Adorable

Nice

Caring

Helpful

Encouraging

Optimistic

Wonderful

In short,

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Saturday, July 02, 2005

Candid Shot


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Ladies and Gentlemen..........

After receiving quite an amount of requests from my viewers for this candid shot,

Here it is !!! Who is he ? keep it to yourselves.

Friday, July 01, 2005