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watched Night at the Museum (loved it loved it, it’s so silly) computered for most of the day had home cooked beef noodles for dinner at my cousin’s house (it was my aunt’s birthday, and she’d even brought chinchalok chilli all the way from Singapore!) came home (with Chinese takeaway — what can I say, … Continue reading This weekend I…
Pegasus Mail is finished. I used Pegasus when I first started using e-mail (something about Eudora annoyed me), so I’m sad to see it go. This news via The Register.
South African website Wheels24 has announced that a poll says the Peugeot 207 is the gayest car, and the Audi RS24 is the straightest.
Ah, school uniforms. An academic in Edinburgh thinks school uniforms remind people of the Nazi youth. I remember the days when I (indeed, all students in Singapore) wore a school uniform and hated it. We were so taken by images of American students who could wear whatever they wanted. Mind you, I was in a … Continue reading Signs I’m getting old
I love potatoes. Mashed, fried, boiled, roasted, thinly sliced and fried into crisps… this very lousy GI starch is pretty much my favourite carbohydrate of them all. And these crispy potato pancakes look absolutely heavenly. Aside: on Saturday Kitchen, a ‘celebrity’ tells us their food ‘heaven’ and ‘hell’, and we’re supposed to phone in and … Continue reading Foodie Friday — Potato Pancakes
This is why Scott Adams is a genius: I’m anxiously awaiting the next innovation in restroom automation. I assume developers are already working on the last mile: A robotic arm to unzip my pants, grab my unit, then do the holding, shaking, and repackaging. I’m too busy to do that stuff for myself. Plus I … Continue reading There are motion-detecting paper towel dispensers?
Eulogy for a Tyrant. An enlightening read.
How good does this sound: Anchovy Butter Cheese Toasts. Yum!!
This is not a resolutions list. I repeat, this is not a resolutions list. If it was, I would be a very, very sad person with no ambition. Start making rubber stamps I’m far too cheapskate to buy those overpriced stamps at paper craft shops and the Hobbycraft show, and I have fond memories of … Continue reading Things to do in 2007