How many bars are you?
by Chief Alchemist a.k.a Wiley Chin - March 3, 2006 Posted: 12:03:34 AM EDT

It's my birthday today.

Let me just say it. I don't like any sets of incremental numbers that are used to indicate the depletion of resources, functionality or life-span/validity. I like it the other way around. In other words, age counting isn't that much fun to me. :-)

Well OK, I got a couple of birthday wishes from friends and colleagues throughout the day. I am happy and all that. For dinner, I took my team for 'makan' at the Coconut Flower Seafood Restaurant, Teluk Gong Klang. And the food was great. 

But it occurred to me this morning as I was driving to work, that at my age, I am now like hand-phone with only 2 bars of battery-life left.

'-)

I think I'd better make sure I use whatever that's left of my 'talk-time' more meaningfully. You know, all that jazz.

Well too bad, no compatible charger invented yet. But someone (a well-meaning friend ) suggested that I should look forward to an upgrade.

Like duh?

 

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See Ming said...

wah terror, so philosophically accurate.

 

SM

8/3/2006 


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