Other than a T-shirt, which I've spent $39.90 on it, she also implementing a new rule to all the new members. That is...
To Practice this 500 times a day...
Luckily, she did not implement to bite all the new member's ear... :/
To Practice this 500 times a day...
People Focus: Seiyuu and Animators are Slaves, not Stars
My NS Life...
For brothers in arms, Comrades for life...
The dark days of my NS life... well not really...
It was a time of dark sky in my NS life... The first day I entered that manifest den, I can feel a new chemical is being produced from my body, it makes me numb, it makes me wanna puke. I still remember the amount of time we waited for allocation of bunk, the noise we produced (I was quiet, cause I was lonely T_T) before we got screwed upside down by Incek Paul (then, the Training Warrant Officer), and the long road we marched before we arrived in our bunk.
On arrival of the bunk, I can sense, the spirits of those who ventured into this den but never returned again, the warning signs from the scar of the building which battles after battles against time have fought... Mother Earth is telling me to be careful...
I still remember the 40x16 jumping jet I did that result in a micro-fractured toe. I still remember the "ORHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH" turnout siren!
A siren which will wake any dead people around, if there's any. I still remember the "RARHH RAHRHAHARHAH" dog barking CSM, which scolds and give us instructions in a language we don't understand at all, and then punish us cause we never do them. Of course, the rumour about how crazy is 1SG William treating his men and how the men treat him back. It was dark and cold...
But then, there was light at the very end of this dark path, the light which shows us our clear path. 3SG Dennis, 3SG Jacky and last but not least, 3SG Lye. The instructors of Platoon 4, which punish us with reasons, took care of us when we were down, tekang us in a way we enjoyed very much, keep us fit while make us shack. I'd like to specially thank 3SG Lye for training us this way. This is my first time in my life that I gotten silver for IPPT. (quote: (after doing 8 pull ups) Wow! Surprising!)
After which I still remember the last 3 day in PLAB. It was like fighting in a war... You watched your comrades "shot down" one by one in front of your eyes. A company of heroes, reduced in size one by one... We have about 15 people who are chosen to stay in PLAB, and was removed from the crowd. We've got about 20 people taken away after the 2nd day. Mental pressure is high. We are wondering when will it be our turn... Then it was the 3rd day when I receive the announcement that I'll be posted to Air Force School. You know, at that time I was like "What the **** is AFS? O_o??" Just put us there and get over with it... -_-
We packed our stuff and moved out to the "collection" point. LTA Soh from AFS fetch us over to AFS for briefing. I was surprised at how the management goes. Cause it was simple, clear-cut and vague. I absorb as much as I can before we are told to go home 15 mins later. Finally the long wait is over...
And the road to ORD...
So my job now is simple, do duty everyday and wait for ORD. My hatred over FDS still stays. I always thinking about whether the reason that I have to do guard duty everyday, is due to the fact that I didn't even do a single guard duty in Tekong? I feel like talking to no one when I entered my new unit. I just wanna finish my duty and go home... But it was the people from my shift who taught me stuff after stuff. There isn't a unit without internal conflict, however the conflict is there to realize on each other and build up the bond we had with each other. Also for me, it's to spice up what we are doing cause it's really boring job... REALLY... Gosh...
I remembered telling someone about how time passes so fast if you're looking backward, and how time passes so slow if you're looking forward... It's true... It's enjoyable looking backwards at how fast the time have passed. From using the old gate with an OCT, to lobos helping out (2 batches), to issues on TVs, issues on management, issues on internal conflict, issues on chao gengs and mcs... it was hilarious ^_^;;
So after serving the nation for 2 years and 2 months, including serving Air Force School for 1 year and 6 months, this is the stuff that I received from them. I was rated very good in both conduct and performance. But I heard a certain person gotten excellent for both. So conclusion is... another lesson in life learnt for me ^_^;;
My advise for those who're still serving NS, do not look forward, you'll make your life miserable. Just make everyday a day you'll remember, cause when you look back, time will eventually passed by fast.
My advise for those who haven't served NS, don't worry. It's not scary at all... time will passed very fast(if you only following my method). The time when you're scared out is the time when you approach your ORD. Cause at that time, alot of responsibility will be pushed to you all at once...
My final advise for those who haven't served NS, AND those who haven't received their posting...
This is my message to you...
If you genna posted to Field Defence Squadron in Air Force bases (any base)…
GOOD LUCK! FDS SUCKS!
There he is, a punching bag!
I just love this responsibility contradiction comparing to what I received from National Service
Am I the absolute candidate to open The Pandora’s Box?
Maybe to get A for this, you need a response like this just by looking at those girls?
Thank the teachers in whatever they are doing in an extremely cute way?
Or play Broke Back Mountain, the ultimate way of showing your response to beauty and love!
Whatever got to do with results, I'll get C for sure(probably from the pissing off of those teachers). But numbers prove them wrong!
Teacher: “No sense of art and craft, and bad at singing!
Teacher: Has shown some improvement (innerself: damn, I've got to keep my job, or his parents will complain to MOE, and I'll be condemned! But he pissed me off a lot. So to relieve my own anger, I wrote...) A playful boy.
From left, Sun-Mercury-Venus-Earth-Mars-Jupiter-Saturn-Uranus-Neptune-Pluto, drawn to scale
The IAU therefore resolves that "planets" and other bodies in our Solar System be defined into three distinct categories in the following way:
(1) A "planet"1 is a celestial body that (a) is in orbit around the Sun, (b) has sufficient mass for its self-gravity to overcome rigid body forces so that it assumes a hydrostatic equilibrium (nearly round) shape, and (c) has cleared the neighbourhood around its orbit.
(2) A "dwarf planet" is a celestial body that (a) is in orbit around the Sun, (b) has sufficient mass for its self-gravity to overcome rigid body forces so that it assumes a hydrostatic equilibrium (nearly round) shape2 , (c) has not cleared the neighbourhood around its orbit, and (d) is not a satellite.
(3) All other objects3 except satellites orbiting the Sun shall be referred to collectively as "Small Solar-System Bodies".
1The eight planets are: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune.
2An IAU process will be established to assign borderline objects into either dwarf planet and other categories.
3These currently include most of the Solar System asteroids, most Trans-Neptunian Objects (TNOs), comets, and other small bodies.
IAU Resolution: Pluto
The IAU further resolves:
Pluto is a "dwarf planet" by the above definition and is recognized as the prototype of a new category of trans-Neptunian objects.1
I wonder how it look like after the operation?
Title: The Last Lunch(Char Kway Teow w/ Mango Longan)
Aiya don't think too much lah...
Mine belongs to the vertical impaction type
1) Vertical erruption. It's not threatening now. The pain which gave me problem close to a month ago, is not giving me problem now. I could brush it with ease.
2) As the tooth is currently still in the gum, the root is closer to the sinus than if it's errupted completely. Removing it now may pose a problem to the sinus.
3) It's easier to pluck it out if it's errupted completely.
The above 3 points is what me and the dentist came in agreement to...
4) I'm afraid of the pain >_< (I didn't told him this...)
5) The dentist is YAWNING all the way throughout the consultation! If I plan to remove it now, half-way he yawn, I mati ("death" for malay).
There you go... all the "WAR PREPARATION" things for nothing lol. And so much for my last lunch. I'll need to pray for it to grow for the next 6 months as my next appointment brings me to next year.
It's in the afternoon again... STOP YAWNING DENTIST!
Food sucks, nothing more...
The "self-proclaimed" Thai Prince. Or Thai Peacock?
Performance goes like "人之初" *bounce* "性本善" *bounce*... you got the idea?
Pain-free... just a call away...
I believe I'm not so blind to give calls to fax machine right?
H = Hamada, M = Matsumoto, A = Aya.
H: So you are still in college?
A: That's right!!
M: Your voice is completely different from what we've heard earlier.
A: This is how I normally sound.
H: You are 18 now, but I've heard you were in the show business since you were 9?
M: You've been in this world for a surprisingly long time.
H: You were a voice actress since 14.
M: But can you really become a voice actress at 14 even if you wanted to?
A: I always loved anime, so I told my manager I wanted to become a voice actress... What's with that disgusted face?!
H/M: We are listening, we are listening...
A: So I asked her to find an audition for me.
H: So you can use your voice.
A: But I can have a voice completely different than this.
H: You can? So what kind of voice?
A: "You can't do that, Hamada-san."(OMG... ^^)
H: That's amazing. And you are giving fans nicknames?
A: That's right!
H: That's unheard of.
A: After getting in contact with those people, we formed a strong bond, so I thought I should remember those names from time to time.
H: So they contacted you?
A: That's right.
H/M: So what kind of nicknames did you give them?
A: Something like "stripe glove".
H: What kind of guy is it?! I want to find out about that first!! Why is he a stripe glove!?
A: Then there is Rasukaru-san...(rasukaru = rascal)
A: and Ragaa-san who wears a rugged shirt, and others...(ragaa = rugged)
M: So they are all stripe guys!
H: How about making some nicknames for us?
M: You serious?
A: OK, for Hamada-san... because he's Hamada... so, second lieutenant Hamatisu.
H: Yes! Ma'm!
H: Thank you!
A: Thank you!
H: Now it's Matsumoto-san's turn.
A: Since you are second lieutenant. So, captain Matsumotiinu!
M: I'm in a big hurry today, so can I leave early?
Kef, the one who seeks for truth to be a man...
Don't be deceived by the picture, it’s really delicious...
Did a wild bear crap in the wood, son?
However, ESP doesn't work here...
Fu Lu Shou... Or is it the other way round?
From left: Kef's mum, Yong Ming, Kef, Tan Kiet, Me Myself, Erm... forgotten her name, and Munchy (Mun Shi)
I miss the ferry terminal... I miss the ferry...
I miss the beautiful sunset... reminds me of the time when we had our evening round-the-island jog with LT Long Ting...