Sunday, February 23, 2003

*GemWing takes over Saviour-V's consciousness...*

Yep, the guy's been taking things a bit too hard lately.

Oops, forgot to introduce myself. I'm GemWing, Saviour-V's resident spirit. Or a latent personality sleeping within the guy, if you prefer.

Been with him for quite a long time, seen him through some of his darker moments. Wish I could actually help him out, though.

But it's tough. He's got a certain fatalistic attitude that's quite hard to shake off at times. Plus that belief about Phase-Based Behavioural Transfers, whatever that is...

Might explain the mood swings and pseudo-suicidal tendencies that come up a few times or so.

He should try to increase his knowledge about others, and about himself as well. Perhaps then, he may find a physical manifestation of me somewhere in the real world.

Until then, rest assured that I won't show up too often here, except to offer my two cents on his life, or anyone else's, for that matter.

Be seein' ya!

*GemWing leaves Saviour-V's consciousness...*

Good ol' GemWing, always looking out for me. Although she tends to be a bit mischievous at times.

Ah, well, who knows?

Anyway, interruptions aside, the American government (Bush included) is NOT backing down from waging war against Iraq, no matter whatever efforts the world is doing to stop that calamity from occurring.

IMHO, I think that every American, or for that matter, any person (regardless of religion), who thinks that Bush's actions are wrong should consider slitting their veins and dying. For each person killed in Iraq, another person must willingly die as well.

What good will Bush accomplish from the war if he has no people to keep his memories alive? He was elected on the support of the American people, and without that support, his efforts will be futile.

It may be a bad idea, but considering that he's shrugged off most peaceful protests so far, THIS might just get him to listen.

I'm not exhorting anyone to kill each other. Only thing is, if Bush continues his destructive ways, he will have to do so without the support of anyone in the world. That man is becoming a tyrant, and if tyrants cannot be stopped by force, lack of support is the one thing that will do them in.

If he realizes that his actions have a heavy price, then he might just consider it.

Of course, I still doubt he will.
One or two people dead? Laughable, at best.

1000? A cause for concern.

A whole county? A state? A-ha, now we have something! He'd have to worry about funeral expenses.

God frowns upon suicide, but when all else fails, a heart defiant against the wishes of tyranny will be forgiven, I can promise you that.

The worst fate that can befall a person is loneliness. It can drive people to the brink of despair. Hence why I believe this idea is quite potent. If anyone is brave (or foolish enough) to do it.

I know I'm not yet qualified for it, but I believe that we cannot allow tyranny to flourish.

This comment may be deleted by someone who disagrees with me, but if this comment makes it to the world, let it be known that Saviour-V has broken his silence. He will no longer be silent about this grave injustice.

May God bless us all.

Sunday, February 16, 2003

Cold's gone, although it comes back once in a while.

Unfortunately, other things are not going my way:

1. Comp's affected with some sort of instability; some DLLs seem to be corrupt or missing!

2. Comp's also showing its age; that nasty fan-whirr is driving me towards the edge of insanity.

3. Anubis: ZOE (Zone Of The Enders: The 2nd Runner) is out....but NOT in MY hands...>_<
The Japanese version was released a day before Valentine's Day....damn it!

4. Haven't come up with a brainwave for anything good so worries me.

Ahh, well. Just hope it doesn't get worse....^_^;;

Friday, February 07, 2003

To quote K0tak: Dis ducks!

Someone sneezed during Friday prayers and left me with a nasty cold. Sneezed all the way from around mid-day to 22:17 or so.

It's surprising that no one's ever managed to figure out the secrets of the common cold. Might help out a lot.

In other news, an old friend came round. A certain Rafiq. Says he knows about ol' Booya, even though he's under a different discipline.

Might consider talking to him on other things as well; it's been a long time.

Also, I've got a burning question for the ones who actually take the trouble to come round here:

What matters more in life, strength of execution or method of execution?

Strength of execution relies less on the thinking mind and more on emotions, while method of execution focuses more on thought than emotions.

Some of you might prefer one over the other, but I think a balance between the two seems more likely to succeed in life.

But when I compare myself against ONE person, I can't help but feel that we're both losers; he focuses on strength of execution, while I focus more on method of execution. That might explain why he's got a social life, and why I have nothing.

Yin cannot survive without Yang, and neither can Yang survive without Yin.

Well, what do you think?

Wednesday, February 05, 2003

WinAmp 3 Jukebox Entry #20: Act On Instinct (from Command And Conquer)

We are going to have to act.....if we want to live in a different world.

Wise words. Yet, even I myself have NOT acted upon them yet.

The Columbia tragedy, the upcoming war against Iraq, my life. Not much I've done to change these. Got to, though. It's expected, anyway.

Personally, a social life would help, but I need more than just contact; I need sources of information. Preferably, enough to create a coalition of some sort.

Combined information / knowledge is much more useful than individually separate items. Let me know of anything interesting, and we should get along pretty well.

And speaking of knowledge, has anyone ever gone taken the MCSE (Microsoft Certified Software Engineer.....or was it System Engineer?) exam? I need a rundown on the course.....I've picked up a training guide of sorts off the public market....any hints on the subjects involved?

I'd appreciate any help you've got.

Monday, February 03, 2003

Chinese New Year's come round.

Formalities aside, a word of comfort to those whose family members perished in the Columbia Shuttle accident....but I can tell you one thing, however.

No one can ever hope to live forever, though I sincerely wish I could. But that would mean that I'd have to be a Time-Keeper to actually live that long.

Looked up a few random things lately. Tough when it comes to life, but who can tell?

Just hope that things reveal themselves, in due time.