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The Plan/ The Tuesday Text/ The Gig #37(?)

Since time is of the essence and I don’t have that much free time during weekdays, and I have so many things I want to do, I decided that I should split my time up wisely. And stick to my plans.

On Monday I’ll be working on pictures. This includes drawing/painting and whatever. Basically stuff I can post up on DA.
On Tuesday, I’ll be writing! Be it blog posts or song lyrics, anything to do with text.
And Wednesdays will be for the guitar. I won’t go online and just spend time practising, or writing new music.

And the rest of the week is up to me to do whatever I want. Yeah. I’ve been following my plan since yesterday, so hopefully I’ll see it through (til at least the end of the year) and hopefully it makes me a better person. Haha. So, expect weekly updates on this blog on Tuesdays! Or if I’m not blogging, at least you know I’m busy writing a new song.

And so for today’s post!
*digs up saved message on phone*

One thing I don’t like about movies is how the bad guys always manage to call up the good guys on the phone. Seriously. And not only that, they manage to call the house phone! It’s like they expect them to sit around at home all day to wait for their call.

I mean, how realistic is that? And it’s the same vice versa (if the good guys manage to get hold of the bad guy’s number). This happens in countless of movies, especially when there’s a kidnapping going on and the bad guys are calling to demand a ransom.

I guess it would be stupid if the bad guy called and nobody answered. What would happen then? Kill the hostage? If the bad guys kill their hostage, they don’t get to demand anything. They went through the trouble of kidnapping someone just to kill them and not gain anything in the process. Nice. Then again, waiting around for them to pick up the phone doesn’t progress the story either.

This needs to change!

Another random observation I made. In Sungei Wang, the Chinese girls want to dress up like Japanese girls, the Malay girls want to dress up like Chinese girls, and all the Japanese girls are nowhere to be found in Sungei Wang. What a confusing place to be.

And tomorrow I might be performing at Artista @ Tropicana City Mall again (depending on what time I get off from work). I’ll keep my twitter updated πŸ˜€

Date: Wednesday, 18 November 2009
Time: 9.30pm til late
Venue: Artista @ Tropicana City Mall

Either way if I’m not playing, come check out the other awesome acts. I only know An Honest Mistake, haven’t heard of the rest of them before haha. But it’s free indie music. So yeah, come check it out if you have nothing better to do πŸ˜€

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