Random thoughts

I turned out liking you, a lot more than I originally planned.

I don't choose it. It just happens.

But sadly, you like someone else.

We're world's apart.
Even though it doesn't make sense cause we both live on planet earth.

Sometimes I really wish I get the same treatment other girls have.

But yet again, people have different perceptions.

That's their mouth, hand, brain, legs, mind and thoughts.

I guess that's how its meant to be.


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The rest of your life is being shaped right now. With the dreams you chase. The choices you make. and the person you decide to be.


Perserverance. We'll survive!

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Fall seven times, stand up eight.

You can't go through life quitting everything. If you're going to achieve anything, you've got to stick with something.

There is no telling how many miles you will have to run while chasing a dream.

Success seems to be largely a matter of hanging on after others have let go

Whatever it maybe, hang on. We'll make it someday.

Have hope.




Facebook. You're paying for it.

I just read this article in Newsweek.
This is a part of it :

If you don't spend your days glued to tech blogs, you might not know about the latest trend among hipster techies: quitting Facebook. These folks, including a bunch of Google engineers, are bailing out because Facebook just changed its rules so that much of your personal profile information, including where you work, what music you like, and where you went to school, now gets made public by default. Some info is even shared with companies that are special partners of Facebook, like Yelp, Pandora, and Microsoft. And while there are ways to dial back on some of this by tinkering with your privacy settings, it's tricky to figure out—intentionally so, according to cynics.

The fear is that people are being lured into Facebook with the promise of a fun, free service, and don't realize that they're paying for it by giving up loads of personal information.Facebook then attempts to "monetize" one's data by selling it to advertisers that want to send targeted messages.

Most folks using Facebook have no idea this is happening. Even if you're very tech-savvy and do know what the company is up to, you still have no idea what you're paying for Facebook, because people don't really know what their personal data is worth.

The biggest problem, however, is that the company keeps changing the rules. Early on, you could keep everything private. That was the great thing about Facebook—you could create your own little private network. Last year, the company changed its privacy rules so that a lot of things—your city, your profile photo, the names of your friends—were set, by default, to be shared with everyone on the Internet. Sure, you could change everything back and make it private. But most people probably didn't bother. Now Facebook is going even further by insisting that unless you agree to make things like your hometown, interests, and friends' names public, then you can't list them at all.

However :

The whole kerfuffle is a misunderstanding, according to Elliot Schrage, Facebook's vice president of communications and public policy. In his version of events, the company is simply making changes to improve the service it provides to users by giving them more "granular" control over what they share, and if people don't share information they have a "less satisfying experience." Facebook is innovating so rapidly, he says, that people don't fully understand what the company is doing, and that change is scary.

By Daniel Lyons.

I don't know.....



I try not to drink too much water. Just to prevent the need to use the toilet. Why?
Because my classroom is located at the highest floor. And the stairs are small.

Our school had gotong-royong today. Hm...fetching water from the tap near the guard house? Imagine that.

3 days of activities...I'm quite tired right now but my body is resisting sleep. LOL.

Orientation for form 6 started on Thursday, after school. From 2pm to 5pm. All indoors. Played a few games. Given group for the next day.

Orientation continued the next day. From 8am to 5pm. Indoors during the morning session and outdoor during the afternoon session.

To sum it up. Orientation was awesome. Especially the outdoor session. Running around, water and mud. Thanks to the heavy rain before. I had fun. Exhausted but it was worth it.

So for the first week, we only have Sunday to rest.

My limbs are aching.

I sense some changes already. Hopefully there's more to come.



Form 6 - Second Day

Finally, no more thinking. Form 6, I've entered.

Just second day and all the teachers have to say is, 'This is going to be hard. So work real hard,'

Well. Thanks for that advice but do you have something different?

You've did a good job scaring me so far.

I know its the truth but still, the fear is there.

World second hardest exam. STPM.

But people say once you get through it, it would be easier in university. Hopefully.

Well, I'm going to do my best. That's all I know.


We have classes now. I'm in Pra UB 2. Taking Biology, Chemistry, Math T and PA.

Four subjects, enough to 'eat' you.

Orientation starts tomorrow and continue till Friday for the whole day.

Seniors said it'll be fun. Well, maybe more fun for them. LOL

Anyway, we'll see.


Tuition homework to be done. The cycle is going on again.


Form Six

10th of May.

First day of Form 6.

So I guess its confirmed. I'm going back to school.