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Actorlympics - Stars War: Revenge Of The Colonic Menaces

23 May 2005 14:52

While a majority of the human population on this planet are going gaga over the 3rd installment of Star Wars, a minority bunch of "privileged" audience (i.e. losers like yours truly who can't get hold of tickets for Revenge Of The Sith) got to see the Actorlympics at The Actors Studio, Bangsar. There weren't any light-saber duels to speak of but there were plenty duel of the wits, coupled with some light-saber gags and "Zakaria" jokes going on between Harith Iskandar, Rashid Salleh, Gavin Yap, Nell Ng, Reza Zainal Abidin, Jit Murad and Ida Nerina in today's matinee performance that had some of us rolling in the aisles.

Of course, there ARE those "ultra" privileged people who got to see both Star Wars: Revenge Of The Sith and Stars War: Revenge Of The Colonic Menaces like the company I was with this afternoon. Jealous of them I am indeed. Green with envy (and speak) like Yoda I have become too, yes.

See also: Actorlympics: Year Of The Rooster, Actorlympics: Acropolis Now, Actorlympics 2003 andActorlympics 2002.

Update (May 24 @ 1700 hours): Actorlympics might make its way to our television screens.


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21 May 2005 12:05

20/05/2005 @ 20:05. Of course, it only applies in places where the DD/MM/YYYY convention is used. That's as significant as it can get for a geek like yours truly on a slow day like today. Otherwise, there's just nothing to see here. Now move along, folks.

Update (May 21 @ 23:20): So I wasn't the only one who thought the date was significant. While80 couples said "I do" on 20052005 and it's already way past 200520052005 now, I still remain ready to commit into a long term relationship with a member of the opposite sex.


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Grocery Therapy

19 May 2005 15:51

Besides laughing in the face of issues that I (insert awkward pause) face, I sometimes employ a form of shopping therapy to deal with it. Grocery shopping that is. While some other wussies cry from the soul, for me, nothing beats stepping into the grocery store, going through the aisles and knocking yourself out filling the cart with foodstuff that can make theNourishment Storage Server worthy to be put in those promotional brochures or refridgerator ads. Of course, being one who can only consume so much within the period before they expire, I end up having that Nourishment Storage Server still looking like in those brochures or ads, even months after. In my attempt to suppress guilt over the possible wastage by consuming as much as I can, I end up having to deal with very watery bowel movements after that (we'll leave the bit on Toilet Therapy in some other posting).

And you wonder why people with issues sometimes call in sick claiming they have stomach aches.


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Paid My Dues

17 May 2005 14:10

I have been fasting twice a week for the past seven weeks to replace the fourteen days of Ramadhan I missed due topneumococcal pneumonia. Alhamdulillah, praise be to God, I have managed to complete it without getting anything else in the way this time around.

And with that, I should be even readier to commit into a long term relationship with a member of the opposite sex now than thelast time I mentioned it.


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I Got Issues But... Hahaha!

13 May 2005 01:48

Everybody has issues. Life wouldn't be called what it is without them. It all boils down to how we handle them as they come. In the case of yours truly, I get my own share of it from time to time. More often than not thankfully, I have been able totake jibes and evenlaugh at it at my own expense. There are times, however, that the stuff I face is justso daunting that I can't snap out of it. In this case, I try to look at people who are worse off than I am and then laugh attheir predicaments (though not necessarily in their faces -- unless I'm really in a really chronic situation). Suddenly, my own world of issues is a much easier burden to handle.


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A Geek's Love Poem

6 May 2005 06:38

Roses are #FF0000
Violets are #0000FF
All my base are belong to you.



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Why Geeks and Nerds Are Worth It

4 May 2005 14:46

In the wide world of dating, there are many options. Do you go for the flashy guy with the smooth smile, or the dude in the corner typing away on his laptop? 15 reasons why girls should go for the latter:

  1. While geeks and nerds may be awkward, they’re well-meaning 9 out of 10 times.
  2. They’re useful.
  3. They’re more romantic than they’re given credit for.
  4. Due to their neglected status, there are plenty to choose from.
  5. They’ve got brains.
  6. Most are quite good at remembering dates.
  7. Sex.
  8. They’re relatively low-maintenance.
  9. Most frequent bars as often as slugs frequent salt mines.
  10. Although he may not want to go to every outing with you, you can arrange swaps, as in, you’ll go to his Gamer Con dressed as an elf princess if he’ll take you to the ballet.
  11. His friends aren’t jerks.
  12. They’re rarely if ever possessive. They trust you, so you can be yourself around them.
  13. They’re usually very well educated. Physics majors and the like.
  14. You’ll almost never have to hear, “Yaw dawg whazzap!!” plop out of their mouths. Unless it’s in jest.
  15. And the final reason why geeks and nerds make great boyfriends: They actually give a damn about you.
Elaborated further at Why Geeks and Nerds Are Worth It found on Craiglist.


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