I’ve been to my fair share of weddings, craziest ever being five weddings in one month!
I’ve done everything from
renting lending the ride, driver, brother, best man, MC-ee, wedding singer, even playing in the wedding band, etc you name it. Sometimes doing some of these things together in the same wedding -.-” which made me wonder: who was more busy? Me or the bridegroom? Like there was even once when somehow I stupidly agreed Continue reading
Have you ever hopped into a car only to realise that you have no idea where you’re going only when you’re already on the highway?
Maybe you just trust the guy who’s driving you; but maybe it has also happened when you are the driver and halfway through you just have simply no idea where you’re going anymore?
Will you panick? Maybe not if you trust the driver – or if you are driving and you’re a pretty cool person who doesn’t panick easily.
Or have you just ever gone so far into one journey on the highway and then suddenly decided that you wanted to change course? Happened to me before.
Your mind would probably process faster than a Intel Core 2 Duo even as you frantically scan all the road signs zooming past for the nearest exit.
Or maybe sometimes, you just like to drive aimlessly. “Take me anywhere” to the driver cause you simply dunno where to go.
Sometimes, it’s just so much like life.
Channel NewsAsia interviewed me for a gaming series called Game, Inc for SCOGA – Singapore Cybersports and Online Gaming Association where I talked about the gaming scene in Singapore and making a positive change in this industry. Continue reading
For the last few weekends, at this time Sunday evening, I’d be screaming my lungs out at the Singapore Indoor Stadium at a Slingers’ game.
My weekends will never be the same again!
Anyways, last weekend was another great time with my online co-sojourners (the bloggers) cheering for the Slingers as they led most of the game only to give it all away in the last period to a relentless Adelaide 36-ers.
Mike Helms, Jersey 23
I guess besides an emotionally-charged Continue reading
When the police arrested Salvatore Lo Piccolo, the head of the Sicilian Mafia, they uncovered a 10 commandments on what seems to be the guide to “become a good mobster”!
Prohibitions include Continue reading
Someone I met on the highway of life not too long ago, a newfound co-sojourner, flew to Mexico around the same time I left for China because the Singapore Government had appointed him to Mexico to receive this award on their behalf:
where Singapore placed TOP amongst all the cities of the world!
I must rave about it!
A panel of experts voted for 38 MAKCI nominees and the top 10 are placed as follows Continue reading
On Sunday night, the Slingers won the Perth Wildcats in a nerve-wrecking, hair-raising, extra-time racking match that had many people on their feet pulling their hair out and screaming for joy all at once!
As I just came back from 2 weeks of travel in China a couple of days ago, I only managed to pull along some bloggers who had previously written some good posts about the previous game we went to. Or those on the top of my mind who told me they really wanted to come for the next game when I got back. Too bad EastCoastLife (who really wanted her son Jaymes to come) and Jason the basketball
freakdiehard did not make it.
In this game, Continue reading
I’ve been awarded blog of the day by FuelMyBlog what an honour! Although I’ve won some tech awards before, this is my first Blog award and really special especially since I did not apply for it!
On a separate note, I noticed that Continue reading
Saw this blog post from my friend @ SimplyJean and thought I talk about it since
1. This is a blog about highways! (But this post mainly for Singaporean readers only, sorry!)
2. (I think) I actually know how this is done, coz I was shown the technology many moons ago.
NEARLY 3,400 vehicles were caught exceeding the 70kmh speed limit in the underground Kallang-Paya Lebar Expressway (KPE) in the first six days of its opening. Continue reading