Friday, August 26, 2005

Small ghost talk

The unknown is always fearful

Most people do not believe in ghost. But yet they fear. They are afraid not of the horrific look, but the unknown, the uncertainty that may be brought fore by that shadowy figure.

Am I afraid of ghost? I couldn’t believe myself fully even if I said no.

But what is ghost? Can human physical body come into real contact with them? If we burn something can it turn into spirit and become real to them? Is all this superstitious or just some blind custom that we follow because our fore father do?

There is a simple logic, if our spirit is eternal than we don’t need a physical body. If we can get anything we want by burning them than….
We better start stocking up now and end our life once we have enough.
Why suffer and struggle constantly in this meatspace if you don’t know what is it for?

Throughout history humanity has been struggling to find the meaning of life.

Have you got any? freek me.

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Talk umlimited with Google talk

I am testing this new talk program, hope it is what I have imagine.

Anyone interested can add me.

Freek me first!

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Thursday, August 25, 2005

hey dude! My pod is bigger than yours

Straits Times

You pod, I pod. You blog, I blog too.

Ever since the SDP launch their first podcast, our gahmen has been worry sick (or are they?). But the day is over, nobody has outsmart them before and not ever. They have launch something more powderful, BEHOLD! 20’000 downloads per day, which means that they are more popular, right?

Than and than, now this also means everybody else can podcast oredy, including lostin. But he don’t have that sweet DJ voice leh! How to podcast? Fartcast more like it (soft and smelly).

is Straits times lah!

They also conveniently setup what they call web-b-log, surely this also will be something more powderful than what we have.

Good luck on your everybody see but nobody cares blog!

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superstitious and blog - Are they not related?

Last nite lostin ‘kaypo’ teach a friend how to blog. He said he has something against our gahmen and want to vent his frustration. He also claim that he has a lot of photo for evidence leh.

So want to blog? Blog lor! Anyway I told him that nobody, especially the gahmen is going to bother about what he has to say. But he insisted. So be it.

The 7th month thing has got a bit eerie lately. Lostin was never afraid of ghost, but last nite while taking out the trash he saw this peculiar dark figure loitering around the dump spot(hungry ghost?). Lostin was not scare nor have any particular feeling at that time, but just curious. Because he is too old for all this superstitious stuff, so he just finish his business and went back to bed.

At this Chinese spiritual month, not only there is a lot of ‘Wayang’ everywhere (not here where I stay), but psychologically Chinese people have been seeing things. Why not the Malay? Or the Indian? I think this is obvious. We Chinese have been in this tradition for so long that we expect something to happen when it is supposed to happen.

Back to blogging, Not only lostin is still a green bird in this, but his Singlish also one piece on piece like that. How to blog properly? But than since no one cares about your opinion, why would they bother bout you grammar or vocabulary anyway.

Especially in Singapore, where the one party rule here is so deeply rooted and well place in many aspect of our daily life. Who cares if some stupid blogger got raid or sue or put behind bars for the rest of his life.

Whinning over…

More about ghost tonite.

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Wednesday, August 24, 2005

time to rejoys or remourn??

too good to be true??

I discovered this joker news while surfing the World Wide Web.

It claim that three of our Singapore top leaders was shot and killed!

What a big joke it has play on us!

Anyway, Such joke also people can open! out of their mind or out of their wits?

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too much to handle!!

Recently I have subscribed Google news using Bloglines, but wa piang everyday there are about 50 news sitting there for me!

So many things happen in the world har?

Where got time to read all this?

Tuesday, August 23, 2005

Empathy water?

Nature have Consciousness?

This is regarding spiritual message from the nature. If the universe exist by accident, than it will be difficult to explain this seem intelligent design.

In the book of Masaru Emoto, water crystal change form according different environment. They have done a few experiment like putting Tibet Sutra, heavy metal music and Adolph Hitler near the water and observe the form change under this ‘words’.

Read Message form water or ‘幸福的话, 水知道.’

That have make me think of a few experiment I want to do, like:
If I put Bible or a naked photo near it, what would happen?
How would the water react to the word ‘Gay’ or ‘Lesbian’?
Does the crystal form tell that whether the water is happy or not?
What about if I put the word ‘Singapore’ or ‘PAP’ nears it?
(If it is ‘negative’ than we are all drinking poisonous water everyday, talk about the raising rate of cancer in Singapore.) Provided I have a microscope to prove this.

Beauty = Joy?

There are a few things I learn from this:
1. Always eat at home, if you know what I mean.
2. Try exposing you to only positive things, 70% in our body leh!
3. Paste a sticker of ‘Big Jesus’ or ‘观音’ on your water bottle.
4. If you don’t eat and just drink you may also die of some funny diseases.

Side note: anyone can try putting a fifty dollars note under the water and tell me what happen?

This is not preaching right?

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Falling tree and our children

Falling Trees

In the Solomon Islands in the south Pacific some villagers practice a unique form of logging. If a tree is too large to be felled with an ax, the natives cut it down by yelling at it.

Woodsmen with special powers creep up on a tree just at dawn and suddenly scream at it at the top of their lungs. They continue this for thirty days. The tree dies and falls over. The theory is that the hollering kills the spirit of the tree. According to the villagers, it always works.

We modern, urban, educated folks yell at traffic and bills and banks and machines--especially machines. Machines and things get most of the yelling. But machines and things just sit there. Even kicking doesn't always help.

As for people, well, the Solomon Islanders may have a point. Yelling at living things – children, wife, friends, colleagues, etc - does tend to kill the spirit in them. Sticks and stones may break our bones, but words will break our hearts....

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Monday, August 22, 2005

Bird have nest but son of man cannot find a place to rest his head

Is the sky spinning or izzit just my head?

Blue monday or monday blue?

Flu take my day............