April 4, 2011 at 1:17 am (Entertainment, Music)

Sam Tsui, Mike Tompkins, and Nick Pitera.  BIG fans of all these guys…. I want them to all have guest episodes in Glee ;_;


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Songs I Need Choreography to.

March 20, 2011 at 11:59 am (Entertainment, Music, Uncategorized)

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In case I disappear or die of unusual circumstances: THIS IS PROBABLY WHY.

March 20, 2011 at 9:21 am (Entertainment, Friends) (, , )

Shawn says 
 you can pretty much a throw a plane anywhere in nyc
and fuck something up
you do that in texas
and you’re gonna land in a rodeo
people might even laugh
man we’re fucked up
pretty sure the FBI is reading this right now
 ♔Jenn Bradshaw says Harrit is awesome […]
watch it
this prof is epic
i found this guy cuz i read his report fyi
at UBC
did you know about building 7
i didn’t
until i read the report
dude are you ok
you disappeared
did the FBI get to you
Btw, Watch This:

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梁山伯与朱丽叶 Liang Shan Bo yu Zhu Li Ye

January 21, 2011 at 5:42 am (Entertainment, Music)


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High School Encounters

January 21, 2011 at 4:19 am (Entertainment, Friends, School)

“Rumour has it that you’re dating Saito?”


“Took you long enough.”

-Andrew Hulburt

I hadn’t seen the guy for years!  He hasn’t changed much A_A  ^this above response is a Carbon Copy of the reaction I get from _all_ of my high school friends.  lol!


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Places to Visit List

January 14, 2011 at 9:36 pm (Entertainment, Travel)

Although the bf and I came to the conclusion that we could go anywhere and still be perfectly happy as long as we were together, the fuzzy <3-y details of the conversation of which I will not disclose…  I think an alphabetical approach is a good for one for two budding scholars.  Relative unbias!  (not…)

 Australia, Bali, Chile, Dominican Republic, Egypt, Fiji, Greece, Haiti, Italy, Japan, Korea, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Netherlands, Oman, Peru, Qatar, Romania, Spain, Tibet, Uruguay, Vietnam […] Zimbabwe

This is by no means an exhaustive list.  And of course, certain areas -Toronto, Taiwan, Australia, Japan – get preferential treatment.  Oh and Hawaii….

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2010 in review -lmao how cute.

January 4, 2011 at 2:53 pm (Entertainment)

The stats helper monkeys at mulled over how this blog did in 2010, and here’s a high level summary of its overall blog health:

Healthy blog!

The Blog-Health-o-Meter™ reads This blog is on fire!.

Crunchy numbers

Featured image

A helper monkey made this abstract painting, inspired by your stats.

A Boeing 747-400 passenger jet can hold 416 passengers. This blog was viewed about 2,200 times in 2010. That’s about 5 full 747s.


In 2010, there were 58 new posts, not bad for the first year! There were 12 pictures uploaded, taking up a total of 20mb. That’s about a picture per month.

The busiest day of the year was October 9th with 148 views. The most popular post that day was An Adventurous Day. Or at least…the way home..

Where did they come from?

The top referring sites in 2010 were,,, WordPress Dashboard, and

Some visitors came searching, mostly for amoraexcyna, xcdl13 bpal, sex change my life, amoraexcyna wordpress, and http://www.amoraexcyna.

Attractions in 2010

These are the posts and pages that got the most views in 2010.


An Adventurous Day. Or at least…the way home. October 2010
1 comment


I know a King. March 2010


PSP, PS3 and 3DS games to get! September 2010
1 comment


Back to Ragnarok Online! March 2010


wtfux jennhasasrsbf D8 April 2010

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I’m lucky.

December 6, 2010 at 10:27 pm (Entertainment, Music, Myself and I)

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We were just forgetting Napster. Now it’s Limewire. Is Bit Torrent next?

November 8, 2010 at 8:38 am (Entertainment, Law, Music, Politics)

I bet you ANYTHING that the only winners from the recent federal court decision to shut down Limewire because of their copyright law infringement are the lawyers.

Record companies should see that their current business model, that predates the internet, is NOT SUSTAINABLE. You’d think, after the billion “things gone viral” scandals that they would get the hint. Apparently not.

Personally, I don’t like how mainstream “artists” -and I shudder to use the term, because there is very little artistic about Britney Spears, Lindsay Lohan, and oh yeah, didn’t even Paris Hilton try to sing? -basically areover-produced faces that present an image that sells to the young and witless. Although those characters were the ones that made the real money, the real talent remains hidden and much less celebrated: the composers, the lyricists, the choreographers, the musicians, the mixers…why?

I would love to see a complete overhaul of the business. Let’s NOT give underaged girls like Lindsay huge sums of money that feed addictions, for contrary to popular belief, some people DON’T ACTUALLY KNOW WHAT’S BEST FOR THEM. Is she being a productive member of society when she goes in and out of rehab, and worse, TAXPAYER-PAID JAIL???? Why are taxpayers paying for the food and rent of a multi-millionaire, underdeveloped and misguided child? I’m so sick and tired of that scandal, by the way. Can we eradicate it from all newspapers now please, it’s so old…give me some investigative reports on immigration law corruption, anything….

Anyway, two solutions:
1)It’s high time the music industry streamlined the business.  Produce quality, advertise and sell it over the net (iTunes?). The Golden Age of CDs will never return, no matter how many millions you spend trying to bring down file-sharing sites: 5 will pop up the second 1 goes down, with even more ingenious ways of keeping themselves seemingly legal. I would be astounded if the laws themselves weren’t amended in some way soon to make them more realistic and with the times.
2)We’ve learned to get around spending ridiculous amounts of money on music, now let’s learn to celebrate actual quality.  Aspiring hopefuls abound on Youtube, and I think other elements of music-producing could boast their talents and hard work on there as well, collaborate, interconnect the world. What is the internet for -or better yet, how best can we use the internet?

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The New Supervillain: X Kingpin

October 24, 2010 at 11:56 pm (Entertainment, Politics)

I nearly choked on my earl grey as I read The Economist tweet on this article:
(Edit to add: Hey, did you guys know that the English tea addiction caused a HUGE trade deficit, which led them to export opium into China? The government tried to outlaw it too, to no avail. What a short-lived bubble Eurocentrism will be…)

Can I just say… WHAT AN AWESOME NAME?!
It’s the X Kingpin!
The political cartoonists’ Xmas came early. The satirists are going to have a field day. American “liberal democrats” are going to sh** their pants as another “princeling” thoroughbred takes power through ostensibly un-democratic and therefore unacceptable means.

Voltaire would approve, much like he approved educated Emperor Qianlong -The Kingpin is a chemical engineer and boasts a doctorate in agricultural economics. Interestingly, his father was Darth Vader -killed in the Cultural Revolution for being a bit of a reformer.
The one thing I love about The Economist: not its ridiculously rightist leanings, but THE COMMENTS. Go on, read them. You won’t feel like pulling out your hair like when you read youtube comments, trust me, the 2906328590528th Justin-Bieber-small-dick post isn’t there. What a lovely public forum youtube is, a true testament to the democracy’s crown jewel of the Right to Speech. (Personally, I shudder to think that these people all have the VOTE.)
There was one timely comment I had an issue with.

Clandie wrote:
China should have some political reforms, which make other parties and average people have the rights of speaking whatever on their minds.

Really? You talk of transparency now, when America desperately tries to cover what is now popularly called their “largest leak/military breach in history”? Over there they certainly love it when the public has timely access to the gigantic military archive pertaining to matters of “national security”. Yes, because the leader of the democratic world is a true beacon of light, shedding clear beautiful truth wherever it happens to fall (over its entire sphere of influence: oh wait, who else has a sphere of influence anymore? After the implosion of the Soviet Union… isn’t the only superpower America? That doesn’t mean the entire world is at their mercy, does it?) Much like a lighthouse, it is darkest at its feet.

Americans love their democracy. Let China have their meritocracy.

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