Archive for June 2006

Catching that popup

I know my blog has popup windows. But I’ve been ignoring it because I have popup blocker installed on my home PC. But perhaps I shouldn’t rely too much on popup blockers. Perhaps I should fix the problem.

Suspecting it is the cbox that is causing the popups. That’s why I’ve removed it temporary to see if there is anymore popups.

Do drop me a comment if there is anymore popups. Somehow, even after disabling my popup blocker, some popups still ganna blocked.

My blocker beri powderful one ok….


Ganna tagged by FairyGM. So here goes…..

4 alcoholic beverages I enjoy from time to time:
1. Vodka Lime
2. Long Island Tea
3. Beer
4. Gordon Bleu

4 fantastic destinations I would like to go to on vacation before I pass out:
1. Bora Bora
2. Redang
3. Maldives
4. Salar De Uyuni

4 celebrities I would like to go on a big date with:
1. Actually…. None. Why would I wanna go on a date with any celebrities?

4 gadgets I do not have, which I would like to have:
1. Macbook
2. portable hdd
3. Sony Ericsson K800i
4. iPod

4 “poor souls” tagged:
1. Sasco
2. Xuanz
3. Stanley
4. T (OEI, Where is your blog???)

My friend rob bank one

A friend of mine started a company to sell watch online. But they are no ordinary watch.

Seriously, I’ve never heard of those brands before. Anyone heard of Muhle Glashutte? Or rather, can anyone pronounce the brand name? I’ve come to learn that the harder the brand name pronunciation is, the more expensive it will be.

No kidding man. 1 watch for more than $2000. And we are talking about USD here. Just watch leh. No special features like WIFI or Bluetooth. Can’t even brew coffee. Just tell time only.

And if you think USD$2000 is expensive, wait till you see this. $4800!!!! Wah piang.

Oh ya…. he still got some watch not listed on the website cause no credit card has enough credit limits to swipe through. $0.75 million.

If you are into watches, go visit his site at gnomonwatches. And prepare a few thousand dollars to spare. (He promise to give me commission for customers referred by my blog. hahahahaha…..)

Told you he rob bank already…..

Stupid questions

One of the account manager wanted to give customer product XYZ for 6months but not sure which option to choose from in the system.
So he drop me an email asking if it is correct to select this option call “Product XYZ for 24 Months

I seriously don’t know how to reply the email without making him feel like he is a fool. And there are so many people inside the email loop. (I think his boss is in the loop too) I bet they are all laughing now.

Isn’t the descriptions obvious enough? How do I answer the email in a nice way?

PS: if he look careful enough, he should see the option “Product XYZ for 6 Months”

Where the Hell is Matt?

Check out his blog too….