Saturday, November 27, 2004


Yahoo! I've found more people who don't like Sylvester! Usually I don't post gifs because they have a tendancy to make your browser lag sometimes but I just had to put this up. Take a look this:

(Pictures from Claris's blog)

Looking at the 2nd animation, all I can say is: Sylvester is a poser. In fact I irritated my sister by constantly critising him whenever he was on tv. It was quite funny to see her get so worked up over some guy she doesn't even know. And she's even older than me for goodness sake.

(Author's note: The section below will be about religion; mainly Christianity, so feel free to skip it if you're not interested.)

Anyway, today in my cell group we were on the topic about defending and answering tough questions about your faith. And we came across a topic that I was supposed to do an entry on a long time ago. It was the question, if God is omniscient, how come He created Man knowing he would fall into sin?" Sad to say, up to now, I haven't gotten around to doing an entry on that question yet. Sorry! It's long overdue, but I promise, it will be finished soon. =)

Actually in Theology there's a branch that deals with defending your faith and answering tough questions like that. It's called Apologetics. I become interested in Apologetics a long time ago as I always always asking questions about God and about the bible. Questions like the one above as well as:

"If God is omniscient, all-knowing, it means that he already knows what choice you've choosen before you even make it. Doesn't that negate free will and make everything pre-destined?"

"According to the Bible, the Earth is less than a million years old, yet physical evidence point and say that the Earth is much older than that. How can the bible deny such unquestionable evidence? (e.g dinosaur fossils)"

"The Trinity, The Father, The Son and Holy Sprit are one God but yet each are different from one another. Does that make sense?"

And one that came about after some thinking:

"The Truth is absolute, meaning it is faultess and perfect, so what you believe to be the truth must make sense, both in your heart and in your mind. But Christianity calls for belief in certain things that do not rest on logical proof and go beyond reason. That's where Faith comes in. But to do that means to believe in something that doesn't make sense in your head. How can that be? Isn't that a contradiction?"

For some of the questions I'd ask my parents, who are pastors, or I'd go and find out the answers myself by reading some books. Hopefully I'll manage to find time to answer most of the questions I put up there because knowledge should be shared with everybody.

Maybe I should go into Apologetics since it interests me so much, and become like an Apologist like Ravi Zacharias.

Alrighty, it's 4 in the morning now. Time to get some sleep.

Thursday, November 25, 2004

Another Rainy Day

Sorry, I haven't been updating again. That's because I've been a bit busy doing other stuff, like trying to finish Grand Theft Auto San Andreas. Haha. There's nothing much to blog about right now anyway, so I've just been blog hopping and leaving comments.

I've replaced the old poll with a much proper one now. I think either way, Sylvester Sim will end up in the mandarin pop market. Simply because the local english music market here is dead and Sylvester was a mandarin pop singer to begin with. So remember, you heard it here first.

Dang, it's raining again. Alright. Time to go and do other stuff. Later!

Friday, November 19, 2004

Journal Rating

What rating is your journal?

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Guidance may be suggested. Some of your writings may not be suitable for some people. Explicit sex and talk of drug use is basically absent; nudity, if present, is shown in a non-sexual way or isnt full nudity, horror and violence does not exceed moderate levels in your writings.

I got that test from Claris' blog. It's quite accurate I think. Normally I don't talk about sex explicitly and I don't like to use vulgarities in my entries. I think the closest thing to sex I've talked about I think is the one about people getting horny or the one about T-Snake's porn robbery attempt.

I put a poll a just below my tagboard just to add a bit more interactivity. Today's poll is something that everyone can relate to. Singapore Idol! Enjoy voting.

Alright. Nothing much to blog about for now.

The Cute Veterinarian

Here are some useful tips when using the computer.

It seems that my tagboard is down, but I'm not sure if it's only affecting me. Tagboard has the tendency to screw up like this from time to time but after a while it works alright again. I guess I'll leave it alone for now.

Today was another day at home for me. I brought Rainbow to the Mount Pleasant Clinic for a checkup and the female veterinarian was really friendly. She answered all the questions I had and even patiently explained them to ensure that I understood. The previous times I visited, she always wore a mask so I couldn't see her face, but today she wasn't. And I have to admit, she was quite cute. She was probably in her twenties and was fair skinned. She also looked a bit nerdy with spectacles and wasn't what I would call outstandingly pretty, but there was something about her which made her look... well, cute. I guess it's the sweet + pleasant + nerdy + cute look that she had. Rainbow will be going back a few more times for his vaccinations so it looks I'll be going back there again too. =D

Actually, I wanted to become a vet at one time because I love animals and it's my kind of job. Watch the Animal Hospital on Animal Planet and you'll know what kind of job it is. You don't sit around all day in a boring office environment, you get to meet different people everyday, help animals get better and most of all, you're helping people by treating the pets that mean so much to them. What's more, you get to fulfill any parents' dream of their child becoming a doctor/lawyer and you get to put the word "DR" in front of your name wherever you go.

The best job they say, when you're getting paid for doing something that you love. And becoming a vet fulfills that in my case.

But the pursuit of that ambition stopped when I realised that you had get into the pure science stream in school to stand a chance of becoming anything close to a vet. Chemistry was really boring and naturally I sucked at it. Counting moles and balancing chemical equations was just not my kind of thing. My school didn't offer biology too and even if they did, all the smart ass students would be the ones fighting like crazy to take it. So that's where I gave up this ambition.

I don't know if there's still any chance of fulfilling that ambition anymore, but if there is, I'll be glad to take it.

Wednesday, November 17, 2004

Uploaded Pictures!

I've finally found a way to upload photos. Through Diskhub! I tried using Blogger's Hellobot to upload my pictures previously but there was always a problem with my connection. I tried other ways too, but they all didn't work.

All the pictures you've seen on blogs are direct links to the sites where they're from, which is pretty bad because I'm stealing bandwidth. But now that I've found the solution, I won't be doing that anymore.

So here are some pictures of my own.

That's my dog Rainbow looking at my food.

Another picture of him with swimming googles.

And a picture of me in Sentosa.

By the way, that's my brother kneeling down in the picture. We were playing some game where you have to follow the stunt that the first person does. If you can't then you have to be the person kneeling down for next round.

I just wonder how a company like Diskhub is earning money. I don't see any advertisements on their site. In fact their interface is really simple like Google's. One textfield and two buttons. You don't even need to sign up for anything.

But then again, as long as it works, why bother?

Tuesday, November 16, 2004

The Lab Rat

Got this from Mr Brown's blog.

In that same entry he mentions about CBS producer getting fired for interrupting the last five minutes of CSI: NY with the news of Arafat's death.

Actually I don't find it surprising at all because I'm sure that it cost the station a lot of money just for 5 bloody minutes. They had to repeat the episode so the whole episode schedule would have been pushed back. Meaning that the commercial slots, the schedule of the next series after the CSI: NY season would also have been screwed up. And all just for 5 minutes! Come on, whether he died at 6 or 6:05pm, I'm sure no one would have noticed.

Also, if you've watched CSI, you know that that last 10 minutes of the show are the most important because it shows how the crimes finally got solved. If I was watching the show, I'd be really pissed to be interrupted with something that I knew was going to happen sooner or later anyway.

Talking about CSI, it's on at 10pm on Channel 5 tonight! And the episode is related to magicians too. My favourite character is Gil Grissom, the leader of their team. He doesn't show any emotion and lets the evidence do the talking instead. Totally cool. The other guy I like is the guy in their lab who does the DNA testing. I forgot his name but he longs to go out to the field with the rest of the team but he only gets to do that in the next season. I call him the "lab rat" because all he does is test stuff all day long and find out whatever substance or DNA it is that they pass to him.

It would be like your science practical in secondary school where they give you a yellow powder and ask you to identify "Substance X". Imagine doing that all day. So you can't blame the dude for wanting a bit of action.

As for me, I'd never be able to do something like that. It's too mundane for me. I can't see myself working behind a desk everyday from 9-5 either. That's why up to now I still don't know what I want to do.

Hmm... I guess when the time comes I'll know.

Sunday, November 14, 2004


Right now, the holidays are really boring but they're passing by pretty fast. Sooner or later school's going to start again. And once again Ngee Ann Poly's semester starts the earliest. Bloody crap. It starts on December 6 while I heard from my friend that Nanyang Poly doesn't start their semester until December 20 something. I wanted to enjoy the December holidays a bit more, but thanks to the new academic year that the polys are adopting, there are no December holidays anymore.

I guess like most of the students out there, I'm not used to going to school in December. Together with Christmas and the New Year, the whole of December was always a holiday to me. It was really THE holiday season of the year. Christmas used to be really special too. But now... It's just going to feel like another public holiday, which really sucks.

Going to school during Christmas means another thing too. More presents to buy! Normally you wouldn't get presents for your classmates during Christmas because you didn't see them, but now that you'll see them almost everyday, you're more likely to get presents for them. Especially if someone in your class gets the ball rolling by giving you a present. Then you'll feel even more obliged to get them a present in return.

But come to think of it, the real meaning of Christmas isn't about the receiving and the stuff that you got. It's about giving. A present is meant to be given without expecting anything back. If you expect something back, then it wouldn't be called a present anymore. It would be called a trade instead. And let's not forget that the origin of Christmas was from a present too.

So this Christmas, if you give me a present but I don't get you one... Remember this entry and that it's all about giving! =)

Saturday, November 13, 2004

Finally.. An Entry

Once again I apologize for the lack of entries. I've been too busy playing Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. I tell you, that game is way too addictive. For those who don't know about the game, you play a character called CJ and you have this whole city called San Andreas for you to explore and do whatever you want.

Complete missions, Steal cars...

Play basketball, buy clothes, beat up or run over pedestrians then steal their money..

Or you can just keeping eating pizza until you grow fat. It's all up to you.

And it's that freedom in the game which makes it so much fun. In any RPG there's always a storyline and GTA: SA has a good storyline filled with lots of interesting characters. So if you have a PS2, this is the game you just have to buy.


Yesterday I went out with my super lovable girlfriend to watch the Dances Of The Orient concert at the Kallang Theatre! Actually before the concert, I was a bit nervous because we would be sitting with her other ballet classmates and their boyfriends. Now I'm a really simple guy when it comes to appearance (if I went out with you 7 days in a row, you'd more or less see all the clothes in my wardrobe) and I didn't want her friends to look down on her because she was with a low class guy like me.

And it didn't help that she looked absolutely stunning (as always...) when I met her. But aside from the fact that she was a bit irritated for a while because I was late (I was stressing over what to wear. Bloody hell, I sound like a woman) the rest of the night went quite smoothly. Only one ballet classmate with her boyfriend turned up, so it made me less nervous. The concert itself was quite alright, although there were certain times when the dancers' co-ordination was off. After that I sent her back home after having some supper at the noodle shop near her place.

I need to go on more dates like these with my super lovable girlfriend more often. In Singapore you pretty much run out of things to do after a while, so watching Arts related stuff like these should at least be more interesting than just going to the movies. And I need to get some good clothes! After all, I need to keep with the standard of my super lovable and super beautiful girlfriend. =)

Monday, November 08, 2004


Sorry for the lack of recent entries. I've been kind of busy. Tomorrow I'm finally going to get my student pass done after much procrastinating and I have to leave really really early. Bloody crap. I hate waking up early. Alrighty, gotta go now. Will update again soon. Good night. =)

Wednesday, November 03, 2004

An Honest Father-Son Conversation

This quote is so funny that I'm dedicating this entire post to it.

LordChewy> so my dad found my porn folder
LordChewy> and he was getting all pissed
LordChewy> so its all like "does this surprise you? i'm not stupid you know"
LordChewy> "i know dad"
LordChewy> "what do you have to say for yourself?"
LordChewy> at this point i stare at him straight in the eyes and say "C:Documents and SettingsRickyMy Documentsfaxessent faxes"
LordChewy> and he just shut up
kingKahn> what is it?
LordChewy> its his porn folder

HAHAHA~ If you were the dad, what would you do next?

Do You Wipe?

I'm feeling really bored right now and I can't think of anything to blog, so I'll start this entry with a very important question.

"Do you wipe your asshole after your bath?"

Well, I'll be honest. I used not to wipe my asshole after my bath. When I was way younger, I'd just wipe myself dry, put on my underwear or boxers and then get on with whatever was next. But now that I'm older and more enlightened than I was back then, I realised that one should really wipe your asshole after a bath.

After you bathe, you dry yourself with your bath towel. You wipe yourself all over except... your asshole. A normal and hygienic person wouldn't do that because digging and wiping your asshole dry with your bath towel is just plain gross. I don't know about you but I use my bath a few times before I change it. Now I don't want to be wiping my face the next day and suddenly finding my complexion turning brown.

Either ignorant or defiant of the fact that they have wet assholes, some people simply put on their clothes and then get on with life.

It may seem harmless to you but imagine what it's like when you put on your underwear without wiping. The asshole becomes a dark, wet, humid place which never sees the light of day. It's the perfect breeding place for all sorts of gross creatures!

Creatures that live in dark and wet places...

Creatures that live / hide in dark holes...

Now you wouldn't want those creatures living up your ass would you?

If you don't, simply wipe your asshole with toilet paper after you bathe. It's a simple hygienic habit that we all should adopt and teach our future kids.

"Boy boy, did you remember to wipe your ass?"

"Yes mummy."


There you go, another tip for becoming a good parent and why we all should keep our asshole nice and dry. LoL~ Alright, enough of the crapping now. Good night people.

Tuesday, November 02, 2004

When People Get Horny

Yesterday I was out having lunch when my sister told me the news. That one of our friends had given birth to a baby boy. I was like, "What the heck?" She's only like 17 and I didn't even know that she was pregnant! Apparently her being pregnant was the real reason that she went back to the Philippines last year.

I don't know the details, but all I know is that the father is a black guy that she met while she was here in Singapore. Where is he is now, no one knows. And that's what pisses me off. She's back there, having to care of his mistake while he's somewhere else not taking any responsibility for it. Both of them are minors and if I had it my way, I'd have the guy up for statutory rape. Let him have a few strokes of the cane because he deserves it.

I don't know why, but it seems to be a trend, having a child out wedlock. Including this girl, 7 of my friends are already parents. I don't know if they were drunk and got horny, but it's sad. Because when something like this happens, your life totally changes. And it changes for the worse. Most of them end up having shotgun marriages or becoming a single parent. And no one wants to have to make a lifetime commitment at the age of 20.

When it all comes down to the end, it is their innocent children who suffer. Their parents aren’t able to give them a proper childhood, because they themselves aren't even ready for adulthood. In fact, one of them left her 2 year old son here in Singapore with her parents. I see him during Sundays in church and he calls his grandfather, "Daddy". Who's going to explain to this child that his father wasn't there for him because he was too busy fooling around in another country?

What makes it even sadder is that these 7 friends of mine used to be from my church's youth group. It's sad how they all backslid when they left Singapore and went to either the US or Philippines. It feels like just yesterday I was playing football with them and running around all over church, and now they're already married with kids? That just makes me go, "Whoa".

I think one of the people I look up to said it best when he said, "When you have child so early, you don't have the resources to support another life. Inevitably your parents will be the one take care of your child. Your parents took care of you for so long and now you're going make them take of someone else again? It's just selfish."

That is so true. So everyone out there, please think before you get horny. Don't get yourself into the same mess. It's a mess that's going to last the rest of your life.