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My apologies…

Dear Friends,

Being human, I tend to err. In fact, I find myself in error most of the time, either with strangers or friends. Statistically though, I run afoul with friends and myself more than with people I don’t know. Probably this is a incurable defect in myself due to my incredibly small amygdala which is a part of the brain that controls human’s ability to socialise with others. Read the Star for a glimpse of this study.

Sorry #1: Im actually sorry!

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Finding that jet plane…

Dear WordPress,

After several draft entries, I still couldn’t find the mood nor inspiration for yet another dabble of words and phrases. I will be taking my much needed rest for three days. Others in my office seem to get leaves hassle-free and as easy as an email. But for me, it’s just pure pain in the ass. I really beg your pardon friends for my unbecoming language here but I think I do indeed has earned the right to use such words here.

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New Commodity Called Friends – Part II

Dear WordPress,

Fate has written that I will be back here typing out another piece regarding the this amazing commodity called friends. Indeed, as soon as I finished publishing the article, somebody buzzed me through Yahoo Messenger! It was someone I just gotten to know online just 3 days ago. Pure coincidence or could be that my article has incurred the wrath of Mr. Ponzi and thus he summoned one of his many legion of scheming followers to verbally ‘abuse’ me with offers of untold riches beyond your wildest dreams. Just read the following extract from YM and marvel at the level of indignity that my fellow Malay people would stoop to get limitless wealth.

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Read on believers…

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Things we (Muslims) take for granted

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Before I hang my head lowly and admit that this blog of mine has been infected with LTCD (Left to Collect Dust) syndrome, a normal disease that infect millions of webbies / bloggies / FBies etc worldwide, or surrender to another resounding AHAH! from nameless visitors to EPI, I say thee nay! In fact, I have been drafting several pieces of entries but decided arbitrarily that those writings don’t meet the qualities set by EPI’s stringent albeit randomly picked editorial board.

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‘Sometimes’ can become an obsession

berdoa BESEECH : Dear Allah, I am forever hapless. Please guide me to the right path always. Amin!

Dear WordPress,

I took a short 2 day break because I simply need it. But the anxiety of the coming Monday devastated the two short supposedly refreshing break and turned into 2 years in a microwave oven. Truly said, there is nothing more pleasing for most of us to rub salt to someone’s wound or stomp and wipe your feet clean onto someone down on the floor. Bullying isn’t just some kind of childhood learning experience. It’s a human trait entrenched on a significant majority of people on earth.

A more subtle reference to this undignified behaviour is treating someone else as a stepping stone. I guess the nature of mankind is to enjoy every moment looking at somebody else squeamish on the floor. As an added bonus, participating in agonizing the poor soul is actually a dream come true to these bullies. Not to care is as easy as turning away and deafening their eyes. An art perfected by these aristocratic snob who are a bit blessed than others.

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Dilbert reviewed

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I have been a fan of Dilbert’s comic strips for a long time. Even my dad is an ardent fan of him typically when he was still working. He bought us one of Dilbert’s many compilation of comic strips. Quite expensive though since it is an international comic artist.

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Life Reviewed – 2 weeks ago

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Quite awhile since I updated this blog and much have passed this way. As I mentioned somewhere in the blog, I went for a quiet holiday in yon peaceful and serene village. Come to think of it, the scenery was almost a-look-alike cut out poster of some distant land with black specks of birds on the otherwise bluish canvas called sky. Alas, like most good story or movie, it all have to end sometime, sooner or later.

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