Sunday, August 31, 2008 locked me?! (Part 2)

Quoted from page after I submitted that 'unlock request' (Screenshot below):

Your blog is locked

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We received your unlock request on August 29, 2008. On behalf of the robots, we apologize for locking your non-spam blog. Please be patient while we take a look at your blog and verify that it is not spam.

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So eventhough I can still create a new post, there's a 'Word Verification' that I'm required to type. And like I said earlier, 'Word Verification' really, not easy to read.

Friday, August 29, 2008 locked me?!

Yeah, as per the screenshot above. No kidding. And just after I registered my second site. Haiz.

By the way, the "Word Verification" is not that easy to read. =(

Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Arabic Coca Cola

A shot out of curiosity. I find the logo design is cool. My guess is that it has to be read from bottom to top. Nothing else differs. Not that the taste, for sure.

Friday, August 15, 2008

Like paced, too predicted Singapore Team victory!!

Can't resist to screenshot the article, "Singapore vs S Korea in semi finals". Heh. Noticed the circled part? That is already published while the final game is still on-going.

Partially quoted: "With their triumph over the South Koreans, the Singapore team is now guaranteed the silver medal..."

Optimism at works here, I guess.

Oh, wait. As per Marc Lim's latest update: Team Singapore do win! Congratz!!

PS. With reference to the title of this post, pingster paced has earlier--way before Singapore winning over South Korea...

...but "for some reason" she retracted her post & appealed for other pingsters not to pong that article of her. Sportingly, we ignored her & sent her ping straight to the top 10. =P

Ouch!...I did it again. The immobile table 1, the now-not-so-mobile me 0.

I swear I could be so absent-minded that I ignored that deceptively hard corner of a table when I swayed over it. The table made of wood; how hard can it be--right? Well, it sure caused a decent amount of pain to your knee.

Left leg again.

What I recall is how the pain like a wave just flowing into your head making your eyes blurry & the sight as if the room has not enough lighting & you began to hear your colleagues talking as if from a distant.

I was in pain rubbing the knee on one hand & using another hand slapping my cheeks. I did all I could to bring some sensation, other than that cursed pain in my knee. Gradually, I could focus again what my colleagues were discussing.

After putting some ice on the knee (it helped numbed the pain, but apparently it did nothing for the swelling), I decided it'

I took a day off, slept most of the afternoon & yeah, feel okay enough that I'm compelled to write this.

Let it be a (sore) reminder to me to treat a table with respect.

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

This pussycat, for sure, is not a doll.

Behold their expressions! Simply, priceless...


more cat pictures