Plain afternoon blurbs.

At first I thought of making a specially dedicated entry celebrating the blog's 100 posts, and I just got to know out of me realizing it's already a hundred twenty and plus plus. And once again this is of an entry with no display pic, stating we can still blog without camera, but my favor would still be random blurbs accompanied by some not dull but colorfully colorful pictures, so the current entry have none.

Yesterday we have had a nice night out at Somo bar, Mont Kiara. I like the atmosphere very much, japanese cuisines, and bears later with fellow colleagues, and there we talked and I learned about some life's greatest keywords, perseverance, perseverance and perseverance, endurance, endurance and endurance.

Bought a book, hesitated for awhile between Timothy Ferris's The 4-Hour Workweek and Alan Greenspan's The Age Of Turbulence, both I rated 5, but one from two of some greatest books, so then it was budget which came as comparison. My choice at last, the first. There are critics going on online of Tim Ferriss credibility, just like Robert Kiyosaki's Rich Dad PoorDad, you ask, does Rich Dad or Poor Dad really exists or they're merely fictional, however, is that important or something more profound should be bring into account, the concept?

Went for arcades, met a small little guy accompanied by his father, saw him played KOF. Same machine, same chair, for almost half an hour his hands never left the joy stick and buttons a few, played himself to an undefeated streak for long. So there's something we don't see everyday, and ah bengs with dyed hair and earrings would lose to a kid accompanied by parent.

Gotta go, have a nice day!
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