A Day in the Life

It’s times like these I wish my mum would be quiet for just one second. I can barely concentrate when she won’t quit telling me off.

Again, today, I procrastinated. But I guess it’s okay, since I’ll be paying the price later. I have gone past halfway with my part of the debate – it’s due Friday. I forgot to mention that it is an online debate. Weird, right? But at least I don’t have to stand up and talk in public!

The first speaker from the opposing team hasn’t posted their part up but I have potential rebuttals. We’re affirmative for “The internet should be filtered in Australia”.

On that note personally I am against the filtering of the internet in Australia, because I think we all have a right to look at what we want to look at on the internet, and we can do what we want to do. But doing this debate has made me research and think a little differently, on issues such as preventing child pornography being circulated incessantly on the internet, on copyright issues, so on and so forth.

I remember Manda mentioning on Twitter that sometimes having a fanlisting for a subject can make you love it more.

I often feel that I hate a lot of things but in time, come to accept them.

I don’t know where I’m going with this but I was just about to make a reference to Facebook. I don’t hate Facebook. I’m just anti-Facebook and won’t conform. I’ve got enough at the moment and I really do not want to face the possibility of old schoolmates finding me and stalking me. O_O

I’ve had people try and convince me but it’s not happening soon… I got my first invite in 2006 and I’m still getting invitations. πŸ˜›

Onto the weather now; it’s been really warm here even though it’s autumn and should be cooling down. It’s funny how on the other side of the world other people are talking about spring coming and snow melting away. πŸ˜…

We have a limau (pronounced limo) tree in our garden. Limaus are like Asian limes:


Our tree is planted near the side of the house with the air conditioner. It’s quite funny because lately the limaus have been falling off the tree’s branches, and hitting the top of the air conditioner system that is outside. It sounds like someone is throwing rocks at our house.

It’s quite funny because sometimes when I’m with my mum or brother in the living room, a limau will drop and we all stop in shock before realising what it is.

At least later we can collect them all and use them. πŸ™‚

PS. Comments will be done, duh.

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