Currently chilling into the mood of MLTR - 25 Minutes.

First of all, partly of this entry was pre-written as a draft post, it's half past 5 morning, it's gonna be yet another beautiful Nov 3rd, morning gonna-be, yet each time before the sun rises the long night will usually be one filled with emos.

No more than half an hour since I came back from my DotA game, something to mention though, 5 of us, the band of brothers once again sat a row after some time, not important were the wins and losses, instead were those precious moments came to recall during the process, we used to game pretty much as a team lastime, and some days passed by, each started walking their own paths, the kind of team chemistry which I found no where else and decided since then I would not to play without teammates.

I miss those days being Roulette dealer in the casino, the face of managers turn sour when my table being listed on chart, the top losers list, the customers, the kind of feeling filled their nerves when stakes getting higher, anxious or excitement, whatever you may call. And the beautiful First World Plaza at night, empty with shops closed and it tells of a story, Genting needs rest too, the casino doesn't. It's been a year since then, peoples come and go, yesterday was my last visit and the place no longer feels like home like it once did, what makes a good DotA game? the game concept is ever unchanging, what makes a place? the location too is ever unchanging, what makes them? P-E-O-P-L-E-S.

Info updates: Due to the broadband being cut off at home, My PC currently feels more like a DVD player, I've watched movies, tons of them lately, mostly those of Donnie Yen, I'm talking on MSN with Sara, and she asked to blog about Sara, so part of this blog entry is about Sara, I have not much to tell about Sara, I don't know Sara well, but partly of this entry is still about Sara on Sara's request, so it's nothing but Sara's blog to visit, *giggles* *don't kill me when you see this*.

I need to go, Have a nice day everyone!
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