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Jinenji
Tuesday. 5.5.09 9:55 am


I seriously think that milo looks like jinenji.
jinenji from inuyasha.



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Fuck, i need to go back to qtss to retrieve my cert.
I finally remembered after 2 fucking months. I hope its still there.

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Lab park
Monday. 5.4.09 2:17 am
Milo is wearing the mussle because currently he is undergoing
training, he looks like jason in friday the 13th. Gotta admit that he's such
a sweeheart after a few lessons of training. *pray hard that he improves.




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Benny and tasyyy


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theblackdogstore. lol

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Sunday is lasksaday, friends had dinner over at my place.
Darn, look how human-pack my room is. lol



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The Way We Are
Sunday. 5.3.09 3:01 am


The Way We Are


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Unlike all the other Hong Kong action/comedy movies we're used to, this is a
relative slow paced drama which offers an insight in the life of an average HK
family, in this case the story is centered around a mother and teenage son. They
don't have a lot of money and probably can just cope by but they still stay positive
in life and this is what the filmmakers wanted to show us. The place of this story
is Tin Shui Wai and over the years it has been in the HK news due all sorts of social
problems like domestic violence, loneliness, debts, suicides etc. and with this
movie the makers showed that -without being paternalistic or dramatic- we most
not generalize all the people who live there and there's hope as long your attitude
towards life is a positive one. -source from imdb








28th Hong Kong Film Awards

Won: Best Director (Ann Hui)
Won: Best Screenplay (Lou Shiu Wa)
Won: Best Actress (Paw Hee-Ching)
Won: Best Supporting Actress (Chan Lai Wun)
Nominated: Best Film
Nominated: Best New Performer (Juno Leung)


15th Hong Kong Film Critics Society Awards

Won: Best Film
Won: Best Director (Ann Hui)
Won: Best Actress (Paw Hee-Ching)



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The American Analog Set
Saturday. 5.2.09 5:31 am


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American Analog Set is an Austin-based indie rock band.
the group's early sound was highly influenced by krautrock and post-rock,
often featuring long instrumental passages. Over time, their songs
became shorter and more pop-influenced.


I can't find any of their official music videos on youtube,
and imeem is pretty fucked up right now, im not able to post
some of their music in my playlist and those are my favourites.
Please listen to, Kindness Of Strangers, Postman and Punk As Fuck

They are awesome.






















Fullstream at imeem link.
http://www.imeem.com/artists/the_american_analog_set/

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Thursday
Friday. 5.1.09 7:19 am


Liting, if yesterday is what u called hardcore slacking
you are weak and wtf. hahaa!




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Spent some cash on blackdogstore's May collection


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more pictures on theblackdogstore


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Love is no big truth
Wednesday. 4.29.09 3:58 am





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Blackdog
Sunday. 4.26.09 3:21 pm


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i love cam archer
Sunday. 4.26.09 1:30 am



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Cam archer


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