Tuesday, November 11, 2008


The next thing i hate to SCUManchester utd is a stupid person.

People generally misunderstood the word stupid. Stupid doesn't mean you dont do well in exams, you're lazy to study or the subject isn't your favourite, but you're not stupid. I'm not saying people who do well in exams are stupid, point is, results and performance arent the judges for stupidity. Stupidity is measured by how well you bring yourself in the community, or if you're famous, the world.

For example, you know people tried hard enough in a game where there's a big gulf in terms of talent between the teams, you shouldnt have said its a men v boys competition. Its your choice to speak what you think, but thats stupid.

2nd example, there's still 3 hours to dinner, if you think you'd be full for dinner doesnt want teabreak, you should have rejected the invitation. if you have chosen to tell a general statement "siau liao, now eat later cannot eat dinner", while you could have realised that 3hours is enough for some of us to digest a bit of bread. again, you're entitled to your opinion, and thats stupid too.

another example, dont speak whats not in your mind. there's this bloke, sitting with another 3of us on a round table, said he'd rather not study in school because at home he'd have that wee bit of freedom on his laptop, or ultimate excess to the bed. 2nd day, he went to school, citing to settle some documents. Since that day(except sunday where everybody stayed at home), he has been at school from morning till evening. Point is, why the fuck care saying i didnt like it, when you dont have an opinion, or you liked it? Absolute stupid.

I standby what i said in the 3rd previous post, that there are things people have to know, and that isnt in any written form. that includes religion. Religion is the closest guide book to be a decent man, but there are still chapters they dont cover. Words for the day, would you be a good man or a good christian/buddhist/.......?

Thursday, November 06, 2008


No sun--no moon!
No morn--no noon--
No dawn--no dusk--no proper time of day--
No sky--no earthly view--
No distance looking blue--
No road--no street--no "t' other side the way"--
No end to any Row--
No indications where the Crescents go--
No top to any steeple--
No recognitions of familiar people--
No courtesies for showing 'em--
No knowing 'em!
To traveling at all--no locomotion,
No inkling of the way--no notion--
No go--by land or ocean--
No mail--no post--
No news from any foreign coast--
No park--no ring--no afternoon gentility--
No company--no nobility--
No warmth, no cheerfulness, no healthful ease,
No comfortable feel in any member--
No shade, no shine, no butterflies, no bees.
No fruits, no flowers, no leaves, no birds.


Thomas Hood, 1844, The Art of Noise's Opus 4