Thursday, March 30, 2006

Do you know why we clink glasses before drinking?...It's so that all the five senses are involved. We touch the glass. We smell the drink. We see its color. We taste it. Hearing is the only sense that doesn't participate unless we create it.
I don't know if you realise, but my five favourite "colours" are black, red, orange, white and gray.

Have a closer look.
I'm pretty sure Crabs have the worst ratio of hassle to meat.

NEW KARAOKE SET yay actually its just really nice speakers I reckon lol but there's still line noise. Very nice Pioneer DVD player though.

Tuesday, March 28, 2006



Monday, March 27, 2006

Happy birthday mum! We had a really nice cheesecake (this is the Malaysian style one, which isn't solid but rather crumbly, and is unmistakably cheesey) and it had fruits, chocolate pieces, pretty cream flowers.

Ah. Who knows...what the future holds....

everything is so mundane, isn't it?

"what flavour tea should i have"

"oh man imma fail this paper"

this is ranting again (stop it you bastard)


NZ is really crappy with the internet thing.

Here in Malaysia we're runnin through 1 mbit uncapped.

Mawhahaahhaahah its so fast it's like RARWRr
Woo! Malaysian internet! I pressed like 50 times to get to this screen...

TROPICAL FRUITZ! dragonfruit longan lychee etc etc


my aunt! hurray

FFTA complete.




This is quite possibly the most useless post, ever. Who cares? I'll be back soon, ask me in person.

Thursday, March 23, 2006

Dennis here is a new fruit for you.



Wednesday, March 22, 2006

The Ringer, Elizabethtown, Zathura.

Good, great, mediocre.

They are not in order...

Lol. Take it with a grain of salt. Or a pound. Or...a whole truck-full.

I'd say it's about 70% true. maybe.

lol. why dont you psych me instead, you know better than a computer

Monday, March 20, 2006

Today I fixed my glasses, got exercise books, and ate way too much.

Sunday, March 19, 2006

The worlds friendliest cat, I met last night during the warding night (or wahtever you actually call it...) Me and Kim played with it, but it left of its own accord, I musta been boring :P I don't blame the cat, I had lots on my mind.

McFunerals, eh? I guess it's economical and space saving as a Bhuddist thing, but then why are there over 100 million dollars worth of storage bits in that one room? Surely if they're economical they won't need that much money?

Who knows. ^^"

Saturday, March 18, 2006


Empathic fallacy - a perfect landing in a thunderstorm.

Change...slow, sudden, gradual, fast, unexpected...

Thursday, March 16, 2006

Somewhere, there lies an unkempt garden, full of weeds and not much else. One day, a kindly stranger passes by and plants some seeds. Over the next few years they lovingly and selflessly tend to the garden, removing the weeds, fertilizing, watering, taking good care of the garden. Sprouts begin to grow, from seed to sprout, sprout to sapling...but just as the plants almost reach fruition, the stranger is called to a very different place, and can never see the final results of their garden which they have put so much work and effort into.

The plants are eternally grateful. Thank you for everything.

Monday, March 13, 2006

Haha, watched Wallace and Gromit (grommit?)- curse of the were-rabbit yesterday. RAR! So excellent! Lovely humour which is well layered (finer details appreciable for older people. may contain nuts. harrr.) CUTE AS HELL RABBITS MWAHAHAH weeee weeeeeeeeeeee


nah thats it bye

Saturday, March 11, 2006

According to the national bank, the Thoroughbred Goal Saver offers a premium interest rate of 6% or whatever.

I had $1500 at the start of February in the account. They say I qualified for premium interest.

1% of $1500, is $15.

I only received $8 dollars of interest.

That isn't even CLOSE to 6%.

Can some smart economics guy explain this to me?

Friday, March 10, 2006

  • You should respect C's belief, for all beliefs are of equal validity and cannot be denied.

B :
  • I deny that belief of yours and believe it to be invalid.
  • According to your statement, this belief of mine (1) is valid, like all other beliefs.
  • However, your statement also contradicts and invalidates mine, being the exact opposite of it.
  • The conclusions of 2 and 3 are incompatible and contradictory, so your statement is logically absurd.

Thursday, March 09, 2006

Wow, two food related conflicts in two days: I'm really on a roll, here...

Wednesday, March 08, 2006

Only certain pistol crossbows are prohibited imports.
So you want to play "flatting"?

So you want to leave shit in the sink and pretend it will wash itself, eat my pizza and not defrost your own, then completely refuse to buy milk and claim that you don't have to because "you washed the clothes today" even though me and William load the machine up pretty often and wash your clothes too?

From now on, you can:


The power set of a set is a set containing all the subsets. For example,

If A = {0,1}
p(A) = { {0}, {1}, {0,1}, Ø}

Ø is the empty set (a set containing nothing).

The power set of Ø is:

p(Ø) = {Ø, {Ø}}
p({Ø,{Ø}}) = { {Ø}, {{Ø}}, {Ø,{Ø}}, Ø}

So for an empty set, you sure can get a lot of stuff.

Tuesday, March 07, 2006

Isn't it amazing how one simple act of kindness can just brighten your day? (stupid cheezy quote)

I was standing in the rain waiting for the 52 to come along...board says its DUE....five minutes, it hasn't's getting cold and I'm getting pretty wet: but then! Some guy from Macleans in my maths class pops up and offers to share his umbrella. Yay!

So even though the bus was being a bitch for showing up 10 minutes late especially when it's raining, I felt okay.


Got a free LiftPlus and some Microsoft software, and yet another stupid elastic wristband thing. I have a feeling it's gonna die out soon, but the companies will take just as long to catch off as they took to catch on.


Tutorial, say stupid things, feel like a dork. At least the tutor was nice.
If you didn't manage to get last week's Sudoku complete, you're gonna shit yourself over the one they gave out this week. I only managed to fill in about five numbers using logic, some of which was pretty tricky.

Then, I cheated, and there is only one unique answer.

What idiots play hackey sack right at the entrance to a stairwell?! Bastards.

Monday, March 06, 2006

Today the bus driver DIDNT scrape the shit out of the road.

Sunday, March 05, 2006

This is what the top of the world looks like.

It's lame and it's cheezy but I'd like to thank Blake for all his moral support and all that jazz. Thanks man, owe you one. Or two. ...probably more than that.

Saturday, March 04, 2006

Just came back from The Wedding, a Ballet which the narration was written by Witi Imahahehaehaheraerhararharaea. Bulletpoint thoughts:

Fight scene in ballet = lol. (You sir! I challenge a priouette! EN GARDE~!)
Some bits were (literally) really gay.
GREAT music. Gareth Farr music. Some awesome percussive work, good study for Orchestration.
They had some really cool wedding suits. The samoan one was really kool.


And then I did my first night and highway driving back home.


Mentatz! Last time I had their noodles, this time I had their miso katsu-don - very, very tasty.


My mum's not here.


Academy : I cannot play all the solos and stuff. And I know what sonny means by like "hey Sonny can you play this piece can you cope" but lol I know it's true for what he said in my case. Handel (shift) position

hay hay

Man, I had a sandwich from the student cafeteria yesterday - Dennis was right. They are very yummy. I got so much chicken lol it wasn't a chicken sandwich, it was a sandwich chicken.

I had a lot to say, but...I've lost it all.

Have a good day.

Thursday, March 02, 2006

David Bowie owns part of the copyright of Connect Four.
Firstly, hello, random KristenW person who left a comment. I know, I know, on google this blog is the first thing that pops up if you type blakomen and sudoku in the same sentence...but...

o_O I am just more puzzled than a 20 x 20 sudoku.

Samurai sudoku ( looks kool though.

And also,


EARLY tomorrow.

I just constructed a 2 bar rap beat for William .It features Reason presets (yay), castanets and a triangle.

Wednesday, March 01, 2006

Sweet. I won a movie ticket when I emailed my Sudoku solution to the Craccum Editor. or so he says.


Henry --> Craccum Editor.

"I finished it.

Do I win a prize?

If the answer is no, fucking bullshit muchy-mart fuck your mother liberalist controversy cock Islam Jewish Hitler.

Do I win a prize now?"

Craccum Editor --> Henry

You have won a grand prize. It is the prize of having nothing to do in lectures for the next three days. It comes in three colours.
Yours devotedly,
Ryan Sproull
Craccum Editor
PS. I'll make it harder next time, to save you from having to listen to lecturers and... you know... learning.

Actually, given the effort it must have taken to type the whole thing into a spreadsheet, come up to Craccum sometime when I'm here and I'll give you a movie ticket.

By the way:

Dogs and their semen and embryos.
The Dog Control Act 1996 prohibits the importation of following breeds and types of dogs and their semen, ova and embryos:
· American Pit Bull Terrier
· Dogo Argentino
· Japanese Tosa;
· Brazilian Fila.
To import a dog and the semen, ova and embryos of dogs into New Zealand, the importer or their agent will need to provide the New Zealand Customs Service with:
· A declaration which is to be made in New Zealand, stating that, to the best of their knowledge and belief, the dog, embryo, ova or semen is not one of the above breeds; and
· A certificate from a registered veterinarian in the country of export stating that after due enquiry and/or physical examination of the dog, he/she has no reason to doubt the owners/importers advice that the dog, embryo, ova or semen is not one of the above breeds or types of dogs.
The import controls do not apply to:
· Dogs that have been previously registered in New Zealand;
· Guide and hearing dogs,
· A companion dog accompanying a blind or partially sighted person, a deaf or hearing impaired person, a person with any other disability, or
· A person genuinely engaged in training the guide dog, hearing ear dog, or companion dog;
· Dogs that are being used for the purpose of carrying out a function, duty or purpose by the New Zealand Police, New Zealand Customs Service, Department of Conservation, Department of Corrections, Aviation Security Service, Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, Ministry of Fisheries or Defence Force.
I am going to get this with my scholarship money when it comes out.

I hope it doesnt cost more than $400 :)

IF you were too lazy to look at the link, it's basically a keyboard with Organic LEDs on every single key, which can adapt and change according to the situation. Yes, your keys can morph. HOW COOL IS THAT. Like, say you run Photoshop and then all of a sudden BAM when you press ctrl all the little shortcut symbols come up and dance and say "hi!!!!"


Or maybe I will just get this:

or this:

IF THEY CAN POWER A CLOCK they can power a car!!!!!! one one one


Today, I went into uni for ABSOLUTELY NOTHING.

Okay okay or so I say, I did get a 10-ride 2 stage TRAIN PASS. And handed in my scholarship form.

I took the train today. I would take it every day if it came out to East Auckland. It's fast. It's cool. It's groovy.

Unfortunately, my lecture got cancelled today, and it was my only one, so then I went straight home lol d00der

ok cu tomorrow