Wednesday, July 27, 2005

further info: on.... WSOP gal.

from da man... in japan... click away..

I also found out that her name is Satoh Tamao (family name first)
all repeat after me.... satoh tamao.... satoh tamao.... satoh tamao.... satoh tamao....

Wednesday, July 20, 2005

rant of da day: No blank ammo for army exercises? Yell "bang" instead

Boing Boing: No blank ammo for army exercises? Yell "bang" instead

hush!... don't tell anyone... it's a SOP for our national servicemen. i always thought it was quite an original idea.... well, well... legacy teachings from the brits. ho!

Monday, July 18, 2005

rant of the day: new hairstyles

new 'do
Originally uploaded by stonz.

this just happens to everyone right?
you get a new hairstyle at the salon... and that is probably the last time you will ever see it... you wake up the next day/ after 1 wash... you just forced to style it, like 364 days before that.

"freestyle", "natural"... it doesn't matter what the hairstylist tells you.. you can't do it..

here's the place... to store your "one-time" hairstyles.

Wednesday, July 13, 2005

update on the red rose cutie at WSOP...

my previous post
bt-world: pic of day day: WSOP 2005. cute!

could this be.... the same gal?
powers of makeover.... but still.... marry me! (based on the WSOP photo)

just ebay-ed! macallan leather flask with 2 shot glasses


macallan leather flask w 2 shot glasses
Originally uploaded by stonz.

just bought it off ebay.
looks cool. ha. yeah. impulse buy. that's what happens when u are squatting in jakarta.... with nothing much to do

Tuesday, July 12, 2005

pic of day day: WSOP 2005. cute!


WSOP 2005. cute!
Originally uploaded by stonz.

as seen at World Series of Poker 2005.

known as the "red rose lady".... wow! major cutie.

if i was paying us$10k for entry... i would be as flash... at least, she got photographed and likely to be on ESPN's coverage.


marry me please. *red rose lady*!

Sunday, July 10, 2005

my tool...

Originally uploaded by stonz.

aka call me bt "blade" tan or bt "federer" tan

never knew i had such a wicked forehand.
those mosquitoes never had a chance... but they are winning the war.

it's like... after killing a entire HDB block worth of mosquitoes. you go to sleep... and when u wake up... those mosquitoes "hey! free lodgings! free food! tell the whole village!" there's more than ever of them. sunday! the whole kampong have moved in.

the mosquitoe coil is burning, baygon sprayed... i've "wimbledon-ed" a good 45 mins... go into the shower and when i come out? the next bus of mosquitoes have arrived. wtf!

war goes on......

best "aliens" movie scene:
you walk into the toilet. ready to take a dump. you are certain, you have already killed most of the mosquitoes in there.... 2 kamikazi fly right into your face. "wtf! where do they come from?"... you look up.... and go "SHITE!" and run out to fetch your weapon.
it's like discovering the mother alien's nest....

best "aliens" movie dialogue:
"bitch! get down here. i'm waiting for you!" as you sit... on the toilet. talking to the big fat mosquitoe perched on the walls above you..... (for the interested readers: that one was terminated by a patented move: "the jump smash")

Friday, July 01, 2005

Drink up!


i knew it.... that 's what i've been telling everyone... whisky is the "water of life. good for you...

THE traditional toast when drinking a good malt whisky is, of course, slainte (to your good health). To the uninitiated, this is just a pleasantry, but there is good scientific evidence that whisky is good for you. Earlier this year, studies were published showing that a regular (but modest) dram may guard against the risk of cancer. Whisky contains antioxidants, in the form of ellagic acid, which wage war on the unstable free radical atoms in the body that hasten cell replication. But the more cells replicated, the more chance you have of developing rogue cancer cells. Fortunately, ellagic acid is a highly-effective free radical scavenger that absorbs or eats up rogue cells. And single-malt whiskies have even more ellagic acid than red wine.

"...And single-malt whiskies have even more ellagic acid than red wine."
Now there is even more good news. Scientists in Japan claim to have discovered that a dram a day is also good for keeping wrinkles at bay. A three-year study has found evidence that the chemical constituents found naturally in barrels made of oak are secreted into the whisky. These react with the whisky itself to slow down the ageing process, leaving your face looking much younger. But then, we always knew that whisky was the water of life.

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