Monthly Archives: August 2006

The problem with causes and language of uncertainty

This has nothing to do with my previous blog post, I’ve cooled down significantly (I hope). As a sort of follow up to my question about a week ago on the usage of different words like “fault”, “blame” and “responsibility” and the differing effects they communicate, I think I’ll discuss a little here (but wth […]

Pissed

I used to think that the purpose of my life hung on the glimmer of hope that something or someone did care whether I was alive or not. Maybe it was about my duty to the family (the fact that I matter to them beyond being 孝顺) and place in the eyes of “friends” (perhaps […]

Eugh

I’ve decided that since I have never ever tracked a game properly (and waste at least 8 seconds each move counting score), I need more practice in real life, especially since the lack of tracking has cost me games in tourneys. Hence, I’ll come for JG practice more regularly, and to spam games (not just […]

KA-BOOM!

Empirical data:1. I didn’t play soccer with the class today and form my Changi (Prison) FC TO OWN MARCUS’ TEAM.2. I asked Yang Lao Shi for permission to listen to music while doing Chinese essay (while the rest were making disturbances which would have caused me to finish my essay half an hour later).3. Just […]

Your resident easy opponent – catch me tomorrow!

One of the things which I used to find immense pride in doing was laughing at/jeering those “freaking muggers”, i.e. those who apparently spent/spend more time on others on studies to get better results, OR memorise the wrong stuff and end up with screwed results. Hey, the feeling of being naturally “brainier” is always appealing […]

Half-left down everybody

HI ALL I HAVE FINISHED MY HISTORY SOURCE BASED QUESTIONS MWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA If you haven’t, I/Ii/Me/Mi/Mee > You/U/Euu/Ya YEAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHH GOOD NIGHT EVERYBODY AND HAVE A NICE DAY One for all, All for one, Venturez’ 06

OHO PCME Interview tomorrow

I was pondering during lunch (at home, ahaha you busy freaks that have to go home so late) over the difference between fault, blame and responsibility, or to be precise the different effects that these words produce when used in dialogue. Compare these statements:“It is your fault”“You are to blame”“It is your responsibility” Won’t write […]