Here’s an interesting video by Cracked.com. Some of them are actually kinda true. Haha.
They say that you will most likely think of someone in your past when you first hear “Someone Like You” by Adele. For me, that person is you.
It has been 5 years since we first met. I miss you.
Adele – Someone Like You
Regrets and mistakes, they’re memories made,
Who would have known how bittersweet this would taste?
Those of you who have been on the internet long enough would remember the homepage era where almost every homepage has a Under Construction image on it.
Looking back, it’s kinda funny trend back then. You see, a homepage is something like the blog in the late 90s and early 2000s. It’s always changing and never really complete unless the owner give up on updating. So having a under construction icon on your homepage is like stating the obvious. But it was such a cool thing to do back then. Haha. Yes, I’m one of those who have homepage with under construction icon all over the place. Damn, I forgot my old homepage URL. I don’t even know if it still exist.
Anyway, I’m thinking of changing my blog theme over the weekend. If you visit my blog this few days, it will most likely look like a complete mess. I hope I can finish changing the theme by Monday. (must also buffer some time for resting and team fortress 2) Will talk more about the new theme when I’m done. In the meantime, just bear with me for a while.
But as someone pointed out, most people are following me on RSS feed (and not contributing to my page hits. Haha). So they most likely won’t notice the mess and the new theme. Oh well….
Let’s hope everything goes well.
The haze yesterday is pretty bad.
As I was walking pass some tourists who were taking photos of the city skyline, I was tempted to walk over to them and inform them that the haze is from Indonesia and not pollutions in Singapore. It is sad to see our beautiful city covered by haze every year. Luckily for us, the rain before F1 period helped cleared the haze just in time for the race. But the haze is back.
Disappointed that Indonesia government didn’t do enough to prevent it from happening. And the Singapore government did offer our help to put out the fire in Sumatra but the Indonesia government rejected the offer. Sure. If you think you can put out all the fire yourself, by all means carry on. But if you can’t stop the fire, maybe you should accept the help. This is not the first year already. It’s been like this every single freaking year. Come on Indonesia! Do something about it.
The Meteorological Service Singapore have a website that shows the regional haze map. We are getting all the haze because of the hot spots in Sumatra and the wind direction.
Stumble upon this beautiful video. Check it out.
Makes me feel like going back to iFly Singapore again….