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Tuesday, December 30, 2008

The last days of 2008 - Pictures (bytes-consuming-post)


In the woods

Walking towards the new year

Nothing special

Nothing so special

Focal B&W of the sun


Winter canine


Focal Red Tint


Nothing new


Rising sun but I made it looked like it's setting

Old and Modern cars

Factory in distance

Fully saturated

Sun rays shining my hostel





Sergey's cookery

Me removing sutures

Don't know what is this......

Taken in Fantastika, the meeting place


This is the exact one that I don't know what it is.




Zhi and Nantha



Thursday, December 25, 2008

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!!!

Hohoho........Did Santa Claus came to town?

Or he just came in his hand? ("I'm arriving.....hohoho")


Anyway......Merry Christmas to everyone and have a Happy New Year.

Everyone here was worried about not getting a White Christmas before this. It was a Nightmare Before Christmas, not done by Jack, but by the global warming.

So 2 days before christmas, the sky finally sprinkled down some snow on mother Earth's surface, covering her naked ugly dirty upper body with a white coat.

What did you wish for this Christmas?

Have you been a good boy/girl throughout the year?

Did you finish your homework?

Did you clean your dishes?

Did you clean up your closet like Eminem?

Well, I only wish for the converting my antisocial personality into a sociable one, like I used to be.

I have been behaving well throughout the year. So Santa, please bring me loads of money. It's time for some New Year shopping!!!!!!!!!

And about homework, I did finish them but only not on time. The most prominent example was the Russian Language homework, making our teacher's blood boiled over 100 degrees Celcius, but I wouldn't care less. Fuck it!

Oh yes I like to clean my dishes. ))))

I didn't clean up my closet because there's no blood in it.


Here are some pictures taken alongway to Tuberculosis cycle. (I don't have TB)

So enjoy~


Hereby Kochi wishes you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

May you bless in lots of success, love, money and good immunity (health).

Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays - *NSYNC


Saturday, December 20, 2008

Psychology : Antisocial

I've received 2 christmas invitations this year.

The first one was from Rose, inviting me to the Sumphero Christmas Party which will be held in the hall where she and her fellow protestants worshipped their Lord. The party's on 20th of December.

The second one was from PiiVen, inviting me to her little christmas celebration in the 1st hostel. The party is organized by her, Phoebe, Grace and Maalini on 21st of December (my birthday yay!)


Despite 2 "merry" christmases' invitations, I don't feel like going to either one. Sadly but true.

My dad used to ask me "Will you get any bad habits if you lived alone?". I used to think that the question was absurd coz I didn't think I will. However after getting a single room and living completely in my own world, I started to believe what my dad said was true. I became more or less like an antisocial fellow.

I used to go around to each room almost everyday. But now I don't feel like it.

I used to accept any invitations. But now I start to reject them.

I used to attend every class. But now I begin to skipping it (only once, hahaha)

I used to cook for my meal. But now I don't even like to go out to the kitchen.

Do I sound like a freak? *evil grin*

I don't feel like studying and I feel so tired everyday after class. I blame everything on the weather, hahahahaha!!!!!

Birthday is coming and the wishes b4 I blew off the candle is "God please help me and make me study, motivate me to do all things!!!"

I wish everything will be fine after the new year.

"Evil spirit, I won't bring you over the new year if you didn't behave well now"



Monday, December 8, 2008

Unusual winter => Unusual biorhythm

The winter was supposed to be here by this month, usually in the end of November or in the beginning of December. The snow should have precipitated a meter high. The trees were supposed to be white and dry. The ground should be slippery that everyone should get at least a big bruised resulting from the "deep impact". It should be freezing that sometimes we can see the Russians hopping to generate heat in the bus stop.

It's so unusual that our teacher told us that this is the first time in her life of seeing such an unusual winter. The same situation happened in last year's winter. Weather forecast prognosed that it would be snowing only during the mid-January or the beginning of February. Nonetheless, I wish it could be earlier.

Sadly but true, the winter isn't quite here yet. We're sorta like either having a loooooong autumn, or a skip of winter which directly bypassed into spring.

It's rainy, it's filthy, it's wet, it's damp, it's just perfect for one to acquire different kinds of infectious diseases, namely common cold and flu. Our shoes are dirty and wet and the jackets are never dry. The smarter one (like me, nyehehehe) brings umbrella everyday, but still can't protect the backpack from getting wet. The unlucky one got splashed with the puddle of filthy water when a car or a bus sped by while approaching the bus stop.

The most powerful impact on our bodies(Russians' and some senior students') is that our organisms can't adapt well to such that we have headaches, feeling of tiredness and laziness, which is better to be called as "dystony".

I have not got the headache yet, but the latter 2 have attacked me by far. An evening nap which was supposed to be about 1 or 2 hours could be extended to 4 or 5 hours. And then we scare ourselves figuring our that we weren't late to school. See my previous blog about scaring yourself.

Our biorhythms are so screwed up because we can't adapt to the season which has an early sunset and a gloomy rainy day. So we ended up being lazy and tired all day though nothing much was done during the day.

But the upside is that we don't need to freeze ourselves to death while waiting for buses.


Wednesday, November 26, 2008

A visit to the Russian Radiostation

Thanks to Sergey I had the opportunity to visit a Russian Radiostation. This was the first time I've ever stepped into a Radiostation in my life, I guess. It was so overwhelming. It was weekend so the radiostation was switched into the automated system which all programs were recorded earlier and were broadcasted by the computer itself. Everything was controlled by a timer.

And this was Sergey's studio where the programmes, commercials and sound effects were recorded. Pretty cold aye? I even had the chance to have my first record done. It was so awesome!!!