wah its damn bloody warm in the room. feels just like an oven and yet i'm still studying here. just finished going through building services engineering. its tougher than i thought. shite.
the target for the rest of today is to go through all three portions of clean tech once more and practice on the 3rd portions calculations. not a very easy task if you'd asked me, but still will have to try. hope i don't fall asleep on the way.
watched the monaco chelsea champions league first leg played at monaco's homeground, stade louis II. ranieri really made a big mistake trying to go for the win when zikos got red carded. i mean by shifting formation to a three-man attack of crespo gudjohnson and hasselbaink what was he thinking man. obviously monaco would sit back with a lone striker waiting to pounce lor and thats what morientes and afterward nonda did. serves the tinkerman right. anyway monaco did look like the stronger team lah. i think stamford bridge will be a stalemate. monaco's got a foot in the finals liao.
oh and man u won at home against charlton. i hope chelsea stumble futher. then man u will go up to second place.
in nba updates, denver's already down 0-2 to the timberwolves :( knicks are down 0-2 to the nets :( penny's 5-of-16 from the field in today's game. haiz. its all going downhill.
oh by the way i might be extending my holiday in the states for a few more weeks *yippee* cuz our work visa ends only on the 18th of sept so the additional one month holiday period is added on meaning i get to stay till 18th oct latest (though i probably won't max out that stay). so probably just hang around till the dough runs out. not to mention that i'll be paid an ultra-grand sum of US$86.54 a week. wah. minimum wage never looked so pathetic before, but who am i to complain?
spoke to darrell on icq. his stint in the usa is ending mid-july leh, shite. but he wants to come chicago to meet me when i get there so thats a good thing. his only piece of advice for me so far:
eh really be prepared siah b4 u come, and i mean mentally and emotionally; physically not that bad becos summer already but the culture shock is quite chialat - and try to brush up your spoken proper english
hmm, as far as i can recall i think i speak pretty articulately (eugenia's mother said that of me once! *double yippee*) and even further as i can recall, darrell's proper english = singlish peppered with hokkien vulgarities. i think its him from whom the bulk of my exciting expletive vocabulary originated anyway.
CHEEBAI!!! articulate siboh mr. lum? nvm come here see den see wat u say!!!
hmm. kinda miss him in a weird way.
kie back to work.