*MeOws..... oF YeSterDaY*
Books I have completed reading since January 2017:
1. Angelopolis - Danielle Trussoni
2. The Magicians - Lev Grossman
3. The Magic Circle - Jenny Davidson
4. Memories - Lang Leav
Friends and Enemies
Akatsuki: Nightmares & Dreamscapes
-beats in my head-
Chika-Chin's Anime Mania!
empty white space
In My World
My Blah blah Bulogu
My Little World
Sdovelly~ c'est la vie
Serene's Silent Secrets
Shuffle and Repear
Tolanic's Travel Blog
Turn it off
Saturday, April 4, 2009
Recently, environmental issues have become hot topics. Good news for environmentalists because it means people are becoming aware, however, I realise this is not the case. There have been lots of on going environmental campaigns recently and it seems many people are trying to make profit out of it. Therefore, it seems that too many campaigns have make people fed up of these. They have been too commercialised. It seems like there is too many information out there about the environmental campaigns and the objectives. It's a good thing but at the same time defeats the purpose because there are people who still don't understand the purpose of them. Environmental campaigns have become a fad, a trend, like people just jump on the bandwagon of being green without knowing really why. They just know it's good for the environment and they could just tell me why it is good for the environment by just repeating what the newspaper reported. It's like when you are told not to bully your younger sister because it is wrong, but why it is wrong you ask your parent, did they explain why to you?
I'm not trying to accuse anyone I know that have been using environmental friendly products or changing their habits into green habits. I am actually very happy to hear this! But I could see the mushrooming campaigns have angered people. One of my friends was cursing the Earth Hour with f*ck bla bla. Another friend's friend was thinking out loud if our actions [driving cars, bla bla] really affecting Earth but how could it be since we are living in such huge place. This comment received some critical replies but I didn't comment because no one is right or wrong in the comments. Both sides are legitimate thoughts.
Being a person that wants to do his or her bits for the environment has to come from his or her own belief. I don't believe by having campaigns of awareness by asking some artistes to condone them or even organizing them very bigly to increase awareness. Unfortunately, this time I could see this kind of campaign has made people to turn their heads away. An interesting critique could arise is what is the point of asking these superstars to support when they don't even know why they are doing this other than enhancing their public image? A similar and angry question was forwarded before to the UN about their ambassadors.
I really hope environmental campaigns or some life saving campaigns would not be made into some kind of hype or trend. This is a matter of urgency, not time for money-profitting. And I understand campaigns have to be fun, sometimes, to attract people especially youngsters but also please remember to educate people!
Happy April Fool
Wednesday. 4.1.09 6:58 pm
Tuesday, March 31, 2009
I have something here to all readers who happen to stumble this entry: Remember that there are people out there who can read you like reading a synopsis and determining whether the story will be good or not. Believe it if you don't because one day you will meet someone that fits my description. And you will be judged.
My mother's friend is even sharper than my mother and I; she could evaluate and list down the person's strengths and weaknesses of personality and character by just the first look. I could not do the same thing because my heart always wanted to believe that my evaluation is wrong and there's goodness in that person. But somehow my heart is, always always, wrong and my evaluation is always right: whatever the look of the person is is whatever the person's personality and character is. It's not like if the person looks like a gangster, he is one for sure. It's hard to explain but I could tell the person's character through the first meeting. And I can even know how the person's brain functions. Body language and words also help me out in mapping out the person's identity but the face of the person could never betray your true identity, regardles of whether you show it off or not.
So, be careful of your body language, as first impression is still very important.
Thursday, March 26, 2009
I don't really care who lied. This character called JJ in a series called American Dreams on Hallmark channel was confessing to his girlfriend, Beth, that he lied to her. He was with another girl in her apartment, doing nothing, while he was away for the 3 weeks with his whatever valid reasons he has given to Beth. And she believed it.
So when JJ told her the truth she was crying and beating his chest for sleeping with the other girl. It was a boring scene to tell the truth. And I don't understand what is the big deal if your boyfriend or girlfriend slept with another person besides you? Is there anything wrong with my thinking or yours? I actually don't see why not, moreover, it's not after marriage. Even marriage, I don't see why not. Marriage is just a name for you to have sex legally. You don't have to hide the hatchett that you have make whoever that girl is pregnant when you married her. And what are the repercussions?? Maybe you might just get AIDS, and other sexual related diseases. No big deal. It's not the end of the world yet though.
Maybe some people would leave this as a comment: Do I mind if my boyfriend/ husband have sex with someone else? I actually don't care because of a few reasons: 1) I have no boyfriend to begin with, 2) I love myself too much, I'm a narcissist, 3) I don't believe in marriage because I have met too many stupid men which makes me think for the 100th time I don't want to get married, and 4) my dreams never involve any men, marriage or kids, never even thought about it.
But I have thought of pets as companions. :D
Monday. 3.23.09 10:53 am
Date with a Tigress
Monday, March 9, 2009
I distracted Jolenesiah from her dinner by sharing my piece of mind with her with my eyes glueing to the cable tv behind me. The tv was showing some dance like cheerleaders do on ESPN. And I express my astonishment that those girls in tv could do amazing moves like triple back and forward flips or even some ballet moves on one toe, etc. She replied it's nothing amazing because cheerleaders could do that too. But then I was telling her that you don't see those girls who did those moves in ballet. It's like it's against the law of ballet. Because the girls who did those stunts are plump especially the thigh! We looked again at the tv screen and studied each participant from the university participants and discovered that every female who did those stunts, regardless of which American unviersity, are plump! Wow! Girl power! Then we started laughing and become an unofficial judge of those girls. Poor thing. We had fun doing so.
I don't mean to be mean to those girls. It's just I'm amazed. If you are offended, I'm sorry for the outcome because this conversation wasn't meant to be leaked out into the internet.
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