Thursday, October 18, 2007

Saviour-V teleports into the Blood Phoenix Sanctuary, and the ReviewMe Monitor immediately slides out from its panel JUST as he materializes in the teleportation chamber....

Right. This is a bit rushed, and ordinarily, this is something I wouldn't do, but I'm doing it just for the sake of appreciating art. Today's item on review is...

Saviour-V glances at the ReviewMe Monitor, which, after a few seconds, displays the item in question.... chips. Courtesy of American Gaming Supply.

According to the review description, this place provides a variety of poker chips and tables. Customized poker chips are the norm, rather than the exception here, so if you want your poker chips customized in any way, these guys should be able to help you out.

These guys also specialize in Paulson poker chips, which, as they say, are the best in the world. Even though I'm not a poker player, I do have to admit that those chips are quite well-made.

Apart from these, there are also accessories and tables designed for other card games, such as blackjack and craps. I have to admit that one such item, the "Round 61 inch Furniture Poker Table With Dining Top" would appeal to those who like mixing business with pleasure; it most certainly does have that potential.

Regretfully, I did not have the funds to make a purchase from them. So I don't really know if these guys ship their products to other countries as well. However, it is possible to e-mail them at to ask for a few quotes and ideas.

Also, American Gaming Supply has a 24-hour online ordering service, so you can place an order at any given time, as long as you have the funds to afford what you've ordered.

The ReviewMe Monitor, having served its purpose, slides back into the hidden panel....

And that concludes my review. But don't take the word of a non-gambler; go and check out the place yourself, and draw your own conclusions from there!

Saviour-V grins, as usual, before he teleports out of the Blood Phoenix Sanctuary....

Thursday, September 13, 2007

Saviour-V teleports into the Blood Phoenix Sanctuary, with a rather downcast look on his face....

Ladies and gentlemen, it pains me to have to say this, but we don't officially have a review. Even after I sent an e-mail to the client, earlier this week, asking for a review copy for the Rostam: The Comic Book, which is at the following link:

Rostam Comic Book

...I received nothing in return, and therefore, I cannot provide you all with a proper review.

What I can tell you is that Rostam, the comic book based off a centuries-old poem called the Shahnameh, basically tells the story of a valiant warrior of the same name.

And as with all ancient stories that involve a hero, there's the usual rogue's gallery of those that wish to put him down for the count, a sorceror among them. And, I have to admit that the comic is well-illustrated, as the preview pictures in their gallery go, although the lack of speech bubbles makes it difficult to understand what's going on.

But seriously, without a proper review copy, I can't tell you guys much about this comic, so I sincerely apologize. I was sincerely looking forward to writing this review, but the situation was out of my control.

Bowing in apology, Saviour-V teleports out....

Sunday, July 29, 2007

Saviour-V teleports into the Blood Phoenix Sanctuary, just as the hidden panel opens to reveal the ReviewMe Monitor....

Heh. Just thought I'd call it that. Anyway, for all you motorcycle builders out there, today's review is dedicated to you. Although it's more a mini-review, at the moment.

Saviour-V grins as the ReviewMe monitor turns on, and after a few moments of the "DOWNLOADING..." message, it beeps and displays the current review's subject...

Building A Custom Chopper Frame

Simply put, this mini-course is meant to focus on 9 common problems that most motorcycle builders face when building their rides. This course is free, but you'll need a valid e-mail address to receive each part of this course.

As of right now, I've only gotten 1 out of 9 parts, but I expect more in the next few weeks. But to whet your appetite, let me share that first lesson with all of you:

The ReviewMe monitor flickers briefly, before displaying the information in question...

"Problem #1: What is the difference between common pipe and tubing?

A: This is also a very important and critical issue. There is a significant difference between pipe and tubing. The mechanical values are very different.

· Pipe is measured on the ID (inside diameter).

· Tubing is measured on the OD (outside diameter).

Even though most pipe is rated to withstand a great deal of internal pressure, its molecular structure is too brittle to be bent without damage. Weakening common pipe may also fracture if not cut properly and is often difficult to weld. On the other hand, most tubing is suitable for cutting, bending and welding. These are necessary factors when choosing a material to build a motorcycle frame."

The information stays up for about 5 minutes, before it is erased...

Hope that little tip will give you an idea of what to expect. However, if you want more information on how to actually build a bike, visit Custom Choppers Guide.

Round there, you should be able to buy a few DVDs that can provide you with enough information to start building your meanest machines. Toughness and leanness not guaranteed by me, though.

Anyway, have fun.

Saviour-V grins, as usual, before teleporting out of the Blood Phoenix Sanctuary, just as the ReviewMe Monitor slides back into the hidden panel....

Saturday, July 21, 2007

As usual, the monitor that Saviour-V uses for his reviews is still as he left it...just as he teleports in....

Right. Review #5 on the cards comes from the Annie Books Series.

Unfortunately, given my work in real life, I've not been able to contact them personally for a full review PDF, so I'll only be working with the two sample chapters from their book "A Prairie Day With Anne".

But I will provide a little background on Anne. Anne's a fictitious character created by Michelle Fattig, who wrote this book, and many others on Anne. And the reason? Like Anne, Dr. Michelle has ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), and her books explain life from the eyes of a child with ADHD.

Ironically, I've got ADHD myself, although I sometimes like to think that I don't have it.

But enough reminiscing. Here's the URL for the sample chapters (Chapters 12 and 13):

Sample Chapters from A Prairie Day With Anne.

As for what I think of those two chapters, I'd say that Dr. Michelle's portrayal of Anne is quite similar to my own ADHD-addled past as a child. Like Anne, I went through a few periods of insecurity and impulsiveness, and even now, I sometimes slip into them from time to time. And yes, I used to get taunted for being different, back in my younger days.

Saviour-V smiles slightly....

Dr. Michelle seems to have done a good job of explaining things from a kid's point of view, but since I've not had the time to pick up the PDF from her personally, I can't really be sure if she's managed to capture the many aspects of a person living with ADHD. I will admit that the chapters I've managed to review are relatively well-written, though. They're also quite lightweight, which may help kids enjoy Anne's story on their own, and allow parents to briefly explain things, too.

I'll go out on a limb here. I believe that this book is worth a good read for kids with ADHD, and for parents trying to help their children make sense of their gift. Heck, ADHD's not a calamity, just that it makes one a little more special in terms of thoughts and actions.

Of course, feel free to peruse the Annie Books website, and draw your own conclusions from there. And with that, I bid you all adieu. You guys have been a wonderful audience.

The monitor on the wall slides back into the panel, and the panel closes shut. Satisfied with this, Saviour-V teleports out...

Friday, July 20, 2007

Inside the Blood Phoenix Sanctuary, a hidden panel on one of the walls opens up to reveal the monitor that Saviour-V usually uses for his reviews, but strangely enough, the person in question isn't in the Sanctuary...


Oops. Sorry, he's here.

And rightly so, Mr. Narrator. Got in here through the underground entrance a while back. Anyway, I figured I should change my usual reflex and NOT teleport in like I usually do. And review #4's up.

Saviour-V picks up a glass and fills it from a nearby water dispenser, before glancing at the monitor....

From XZIST Games, I give you the review for their game: People Shooter.

This 9 MB executable seems to have been written in C (an old programming language that's still used today, by the way), and personally, it can be a resource hog if you don't have enough RAM to support it. In fact, on a 512 MB RAM-filled laptop, the graphics and textures started to glitch up after the 3rd time playing it, before the game crashed.

The premise of this game's simple, although it's not really for the kids. Of course, I wouldn't really recommend it to the adults either, unless you guys have a good sense of humour. In my case, after a few playthroughs, I think I've a good sense of boredom.

In People Shooter, you have to kill people (obviously) who happen to be throwing themselves off the walls of a castle. You do this by left-clicking on them to shoot them, for 200 points each. You get 8 bullets, which slowly replenish themselves when you're not shooting, but you can also shoot the ducks that randomly wander in from the sides of the screen. Shooting a duck once gets you a bullet back and 50 points, but a second shot causes them to explode in a flurry of feathers, and gives you 5 more bullets and 100 points.

If you fail to kill a person before he hits the ground, not only does he make a nasty mess on the ground, but the bar on the left of the screen will fill up with blood. And the more you miss, the more it fills up. When it's fully filled up, it's game over, because "the hell reserved for suicide victims becomes full and blows up".

Fortunately, to keep some space cleared up in Hell, the flying demons (more like flying rejects from Hell's processing labs) that fly in from time to time can be shot, which reduces the blood inside the bar.

However, given that there are far too many targets and not enough bullets, one is forced to rely on both skill and luck to survive this relentless onslaught of lemmings.

Personally, my biggest gripe was the fact that there were no power-ups to make killing a breeze, or to slow down the pace of the falling people. Worse still, that bullet limit is a problem, because you can't really reload your gun unless you kill a duck, and you won't get more bullets unless you use two bullets to kill one. So running out of ammo is a big problem.

In any case, the game's mildly entertaining for the first 5 minutes or so, but given that it doesn't have much variety, it gets boring and more difficult after that time-frame.

Of course, I think there are far more skilled players than me, so feel free to download that game, and beat my high score of 12,000 points or so, with a mouse and a touchpad. And have fun, more importantly.

Saviour-V grins, and teleports out...

Thursday, July 19, 2007

Saviour-V teleports in, again...

In case you're wondering, work and writing reviews don't always mix well together, so when I teleport out, it's usually to get some work done. Without further ado, I bring you review #3:

The premise behind is simple: What if us humans exchanged items we had for items that we need? Sounds good, in a way.

Basically, if you want something, you'll need a certain amount of switchbucs (no, that's not a typo), which are earned from trading items that other people want from you. Additionally, you can "buy" switchbucs by donating a small sum of money towards Switch Funds - SwitchPlanet's initiative to help charitable organizations such as the American Cancer Society and the American Red Cross.

The idea is sound, but there are a few limitations.

The first of these is WHAT you can trade. Right now, you can trade DVDs, CDs, computer and console games, and books. However, they are planning to conduct trade in other things, such as clothing and consumer electronics, in the near future.

The second is WHERE you can trade. To be exact, this site seems to be geared to residents of the USA and Canada. Not to bring up an issue, but I believe it would be nice to accommodate people of other countries in this initiative. If most of the issues related to trust (not to mention postage charges) are ironed out, that is.

That aside, a third issue relates to how much switchbucs one actually needs to obtain to trade with someone else. Although I've not been able to conduct any trades, given my current location, the founder has tried his best to co-ordinate efforts to prevent over-valuing of items, from what I've managed to determine from the forums (and the switchbuc calculator on the site)

To summarize, this is an OK idea, but it will require more effort to become the best idea. There are teething pains, no doubt, but I believe that SwitchPlanet has the right idea. It will take time, though.

Anyway, I'll conclude the last two reviews tomorrow. Good evening, ladies and gentlemen.

Saviour-V teleports out, as the monitor slides back into the hidden panel...
Saviour-V teleports into the Blood Phoenix Sanctuary again, as the monitor blinks once more...

Review #2: Backgammon

This comes courtesy of, and unfortunately, the log-in issues of this program are much worse - I've only managed to log-in once, and I've never been able to log in again, even after changing usernames. Fortunately, no spyware, adware, trojans, or the like, are present.

The similarities between Play89's online pool and Play65's backgammon are in the interface, and what you can do. In other words, you can either play for fun money, or for real money.

Tournaments are a given, as usual, but I didn't manage to check them out, so I can't really say much about them.

The same old message comes out if you're a Malaysian player that's TRYING to relog-in to the game:

"Sorry, but we cannot accept players from your country."

Here, I'd say that the guys at Play65 should try to accomodate players from any location in the world, or limit gameplay to a certain degree. Or something.

In any case, if you're looking for a quick chance to relax during a lunch break (and perhaps make a little cash on the side), you could give this a try, but if you're Malaysian, expect some frustration.


Saviour-V teleports out again, while the monitor begins retrieving data for the next review....
Saviour-V teleports into the Blood Phoenix Sanctuary, as usual...

OK, marathon review time. First of five. Not much to say.

Saviour-V notices the hidden panel open, and nods at the title shown by the monitor that pops out of it...

Our 1st review in this marathon line-up:

Online Pool

To be exact, this comes from Basically, you download the executable (no spyware, trojans and nasty stuff, thankfully), start it up, register at the log-in screen, and you're ready to go.

Saviour-V sighs momentarily...

Of course, there is no utopia. In the case of Play89 (and in the 2nd review, Play65), when I tried re-logging in a second time, I got the following message:

"Sorry, but we do not accept players from your country."

Strangely enough, I got in OK the first time. So, I make another account, and log in. OK the first time, but again, when I leave for lunch, and try to log in with the new account, I get that same error message.

Which brings me to a quick question: are Malaysian players not allowed to play, even for fun money, or is there something wrong with this system? Because there was absolutely no question related to the nationality of players when I registered.

Oh, well.

As for the game itself, if you're familiar with Yahoo! Pool, you can choose a room to either watch a game in progress, or play a few. And if you're playing for fun money, you'll get it replenished if you hit zero dollars; a luxury absent from real money games.

There's also a few tournaments you can participate in, and receive real money from, even if you're playing for fun. Although I've not participated in them myself.

The truth is, this is OK if you want to pass the time, but Malaysian gamers like myself would have trouble enjoying this a little because of the log-in issue. I really do hope that a more reliable system comes up.

OK, next!

Saviour-V teleports out of the Blood Phoenix Sanctuary, while the monitor begins retrieving data for the next set of reviews....

Thursday, June 28, 2007

Saviour-V walks out of the Blood Phoenix Sanctuary's Dining Hall, wiping his mouth with a handkerchief...

Lunch was good. Let's see if this next site is better, comrades!

The monitor's display flickers for a moment, as the URL for the next review appears...

I have to admit it, das war UNERWARTET.

Saviour-V grins slightly...

Translation? "That was UNEXPECTED." Which is what I will say for my review offer for Their offer? "Onlinespiele", which translates to "Online games". Roughly.

Now here's the catch. They expected an English review, for their German site.

Saviour-V doubles up with laughter...

Well, since a Saviour must be prepared for anything, here's the review, with some translations in a few key places.

First off, a Google translation of the main page:

"Welcomely on the side for free on-line plays and Onlinegames.

On you find a good selection of Onlinegames, which can play you directly in your Browser. All Freegames is editorialally examined and tested. They need only one java or flashfähigen Browser and already can it loose-go. There are neither a electioneering programs nor expensive memberships. All on-line plays published here are directly playable without registration. To simply times briefly forget ideally for lunch time or around the everyday life.

Much fun when playing wishes"

Translation? Lots of online games that you can play in your browser, with no memberships, registrations, or the like. Just as long as you have Macromedia Flash and Java loaded up in your browser, you can play them.

And not all of the games are in German. One gem in particular is Wings Of Fury, which is a remake of an old Amiga game of the same name. In it, you pilot an American plane, raining havoc on the Japanese in the period of World War 2.

Getting back to the site itself, the games are arranged in sections, with the top games making it to the main page. There's "Action", "Arcade", "Brettspiele" (board games), "Geschicklichkeit" (skill-based games), "Klassiker" (classic games), "Strategie" (strategy games), and for a list of all games, "Onlinespiele" lists down all the games, regardless of category. A crude design, but effective.

Saviour-V yawns slightly...

As for the games themselves, there's more Java-based games than Flash ones. And not all of them are enjoyable, for some seem to be too simplistic. Of course, if you need a quick diversion, simplicity is one way of doing it.

There's about roughly 60+ games in this site, but it seems like there hasn't been anything recent as of this time. That might change, though.

I'd say that this site is relatively average. Some design points are there, notably in the way the information is structured, but I think that this site needs more games that happen to be a bit more challenging. Also, since English-speaking visitors are expected to visit this site, a rough translation and explanation of the site would be helpful.

So, just like the other site I reviewed previously, this particular one is AVERAGE. Not too little, and not too much. And yes, there's room for improvement.

Saviour-V grins slightly...

Anyway, visit the site, and have a bit of fun on your lunch break, people!

Saviour-V teleports out, as the monitor swivels back into the hidden panel...
Saviour-V teleports back into the Sanctuary, as the monitor shows the first site that's up on today's review...

OK! The first review for today is on mac games. Specifically, Mac Games and More.

Saviour-V clears his throat...

A-hem! First things first, I don't own a Mac, but my father does, so I was hoping to use it to download a few Macintosh games from this site, but he had something on, so I'll be basing this review from another perspective.

As its title mentions, Mac Games and More focuses on Mac games, and other things. Namely:

"Mac software, hardware and peripherals including the iPod and accessories. Features a weekly pick of the best games, applications, freeware, products and more. Specializing in all things Mac like hardware, software and peripherals."

Or so goes the description in my review offer, but I'll be the judge of that, heh heh. Chances are, there'll be a chew-out in this review.

The place itself is maintained by a certain Cate Defrise. Just like GameFAQs in its earlier days,, it's a one-man show. It's been around since August 2004. A commendable effort, to say the least.

Still, the site's design does leave a few things to be desired. I mean, compared against GameFAQs, this site doesn't break down games by genre, instead, there's a weekly selection of games. But then again, Mac games aren't all this place has.

While Mac freeware and shareware games make up the "Mac Games" part of the site, Mac widgets and other Mac-useful software are part of the "and More" name of the site. Plus a few Flash games, which are relatively enjoyable, and some Mac game reviews, too.

There are a few reviews on Mac hardware and peripherals, but I saw no sign of any sections dedicated to JUST those things. The place could use a little re-organizing, if you ask me. And seriously, how can you say "And More" if there isn't any visible sign of that? Think about it.

In fact, I think I'll just say that while this site is one way of proving that there is a market for Macintosh games, hardware, and accessories, the place itself still needs work, and perhaps a helping hand or two, in terms of organizing content.

And unlike books, I won't bother with a rating, but I would say that this site is AVERAGE, at best. There really isn't anything that grabs the attention of a visitor straight from the get-go, and that can be quite bad for a place that's advocating Mac-related stuff.

Sorry, but this site's design and structure JUST doesn't attract me that much. It's a good effort, but it requires much more to make it the best.


Saviour-V walks over to the Dining Hall, while the monitor begins to bring up the next site for review...
Saviour-V teleports into the Sanctuary...

OK. Since I'm trying to improve on my review-writing, and because I'm bored right now, I'll be posting up a few game site reviews here in a moment. The first of these is Mac Games and More, and the second is a German site called

Just for reference, I'm just warming up, so I'll accept up to 5 review offers so I don't overwhelm this place, although, considering the fact that I rarely update, I doubt it's going to be overwhelmed anytime soon...^_^;;

Saviour-V snaps his fingers, and the same panel on the wall opens up to reveal the hidden monitor used during the last review. It flickers to life, and begins downloading information for the next two reviews...

I'll be back in a moment to begin reviewing those two sites. Cheerio!

Saviour-V teleports out of the Sanctuary...for the time being.

Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Saviour-V teleports into the Sanctuary...

Just thought I'd put up a review or two. Heck, it's a paid review on behalf of, but I'm also trying to see how far I can go with my current skills as a review author.

Saviour-V snaps his fingers, and a nearby wall slides open to reveal a monitor, which flickers to life, displaying the following information:

Book Review.

That, dear friends, explains the kind of review I'm making.

And as for WHAT I'm reviewing, it's "Birth Of An American Family", by Geoffrey Moehl II. According to the URL, its description reads:

"An inspiring true story of the birth of a new American family, as seen through the eyes of their English language tutor. The author is drawn into the lives of a Russian refugee family and discovers that they have as much to teach him as he has to teach them. Mr. Moehl’s inspiring story is especially useful to ESL teachers and those who support refugee families in their adaptation to American life."

Saviour-V grins slightly...

Let's take a look at this story closely.

As per my PDF review copy, offered graciously by the author of this book (and which my younger brother seems to have taken a shine to, from the looks of it), this is the true story of Geoffrey Moehl's efforts to welcome TWO Russian Muslim families into American society, inclusive of the trials and tribulations faced, plus laughter and tears.

Not forgetting one or two grammatical errors, Mr. Moehl, but let's not go there just yet, comrades.

First, the story itself.

Moehl begins this tale on a rather comical note: he waits for 15 minutes before he realizes that he happened to be on the wrong street. Whoop-sy. Familiar picture? Happens to anyone.

He later gets his first taste of Russian hospitality as soon as the families get settled into their new apartment: homemade bread, chocolates, and EXTREMELY HOT soup and tea.

"The soup and the tea were both so hot they were boiling. This was something I have never seen. It was not until later I realized the significance of all the food being extremely hot. In Russia, this had been a necessity as the only safe drinking water available was bottled or boiled."

Talk about a warm reception. Moehl later learns that it is customary for Russians to serve a meal to their guests, regardless of the time. Which is, in fact, almost similar to our customs here in Malaysia.

As the story goes, Anna, Lydia, Peter and Leon (not their real names), the parents of the Russian families, try to fit into American society. S-L-O-W-L-Y. Apart from the obvious language barrier, made even more difficult when their translator moves northward in search of greener pastures, they also struggled to make ends meet, and keep their families going.

A simple example of Moehl's virtue shows itself twice when he helps them with their grocery shopping: he made recommendations on what meat was safe to buy (with a little bit of help from his own wife, that is), and became fiercely protective of his newly-adopted family when the cashier very nearly rejected a check belonging to them.

Later, Anna shows Moehl her own style of courage when she tells her son, "English only, no Russian," when her son tries to explain the usage of a certain device in Russian. As Moehl puts it:

"In my opinion, Anna saying, `English only, no Russian', and completely refusing to use the virtual keyboard shows how determined she is to integrate her family into their new life."

Given that they've fled Russia for America, there's a strong feeling of wanting to belong in their new environment. As most former refugee families will tell you anywhere across the world, the tough part's adapting, but returning back home is most certainly NOT an option. And as such, language issues are but a minor obstacle, albeit a difficult one, in exchange for their new lives.

OK, now that I've whetted your appetite with a few choice pieces from this book, let me give you a few more points to ponder.

Given that this book is quite lengthy, and the fact that it's not arranged in chronological chapters or anything similar, it is a bit difficult to digest this morsel in one sitting; currently, it's my third time through, even with my speed-reading.

Also, you can't really tell how long it took for Anna's and Lydia's families to slowly adapt to life in the US of A. I mean, it is still an ongoing process, as of the time of this writing. However, a few chronological place-markers would've made it easier to get an idea of the time it would take to get used to a new home away from past sorrows.

And there were some mistakes that were likely caused by the word processor; "the Peter, Leon, and Lydia..." in page 11, for instance. They don't really affect the general story much, but given that Moehl's an English teacher, these simple mistakes may seem to affect his credibility by a very slight margin.

On a more positive note, this story tells us a few things:

1. The fact that life still has simple pleasures, such as the families gathering round the dinner table for their feast, and the kids waiting patiently for their parents to finish learning from Moehl before coming to him with their homework.

2. More importantly, that the generosity and sincerity of one person is constantly repaid many times over, even under very humble circumstances, regardless of religion.

The final verdict?

Saviour-V glances at the monitor, which displays several filled stars out of 10...

....8 and a half stars out of 10. Quite commendable.

But don't just take my word for it. Check the "Book Review" URL above to get to, and give this book a read.

The monitor folds back into the hidden panel, and Saviour-V turns to face his audience...

And with that, ladies and gents, I bid you adieu...for now.

Saviour-V bows, and teleports out of the Sanctuary a few moments later...

Monday, June 11, 2007

Saviour-V teleports into his beloved Sanctuary...

Funny, you know. Maybe I'm not as alone as I previously said.

As he says this, the Sanctuary's main hallway is filled with the soothing white light from the energy crystals that line its walls....

After so much waiting, and so much sorrow....I believe that the One Above has answered my prayers. Although I might seem too hopeful.

Saviour-V hears quiet footsteps behind him, and smiles as GemWing, his Guardian Spirit, appears behind his throne...

It has been a long time, hasn't it, GemWing? So much that your voice of reason has been silenced by the darkness of my heart?

GemWing merely nods, unable to speak for the first time in many years...

I'm so sorry for neglecting you, but perhaps your wish to become real will be fulfilled now. All that remains is my effort, and my prayers. Even though the latter seem to be few and far between.

Someone has suffered as much as you and I have, my dear Guardian Spirit. So much that her heart has bled many times over. The very same person who I've counseled many times throughout my life: Anissa. Like her, I too have had my fair share of sorrow.

It makes me realize that humans needn't be perfect, just that we do need to seek perfection as we go through life. And I hope that I can be the one for her, and that she can be the one for me.

GemWing smiles, and touches Saviour-V's shoulder. A few moments later, she begins to fade out of focus, eventually taking the shape of a glowing light blue ball of light, which floats into Saviour-V's hands.

I do hope that I will become her Saviour-V....

Saviour-V brings the glowing ball towards his chest, and winces slightly as he absorbs it into his being once more....

...and that she will become my GemWing.

Saviour-V teleports out of his Sanctuary....

Sunday, April 29, 2007

Saviour-V teleports in...

A few things have happened off late. Fact is, while I'm still enjoying my current job, the cash that I get from it isn't exactly conducive to weekly affairs. As to WHAT those affairs are,'re NOT getting any hints, comrades!

So I'm thinking about some things I can do for extra money. Online- or offline-based detail. Any ideas / URLs / propositions?

On a side note, I'm starting to get the feeling that love can be overrated at points. More especially, in terms of toughness. Still single and lonely here. While everyone else I know has already found someone special.

Yet, I stand alone....

Saviour-V teleports out...

Friday, February 09, 2007

Saviour-V teleports in...

Took leave from the workplace to attend the Perdana Global Peace Forum for three days, which lasted from the 5th to the 7th of this month.

Met a lot of people, and picked up a lot of information, and I'm still trying to put it all together, but one message remains clear, and it is now my message:


What I learnt at the Putra World Trade Centre, where this forum took place, left me with more questions than answers, but one thing's for sure. Unless President Bush (USA), Prime Minister Blair (UK), and Premier Howard (Australia), and all others who continue to wage war against Iraq, Lebanon, Palestine, and other places HALT their usage of forbidden weaponry (including depleted uranium munitions), mankind will cease to exist within less than a few years.

I may sound like I'm exaggerating, but given that there's been far too much depleted uranium in our atmosphere, coupled with our world's already erratic weather, the residue from the battlefields will reach us. In fact, they already have.

And they have already reached our lungs, and we are all paying dearly for breathing that residue in deeply. Many diseases and ailments that our forefathers did not suffer in times past are ailing us now: heart disease, diabetes, lung cancer, disturbances of the mind, are only a few examples of the chaos caused by depleted uranium residue. This has got to stop, or we will all DIE.

I reiterate my message here again: THE WAR MACHINES AND THE WAR EFFORTS MUST END NOW!

That will be all, for now.

Saviour-V teleports out...

Friday, January 26, 2007

Saviour-V teleports in...

2007's here, and, well....I've just switched to the new Blogger, supported by Google. Seems to be the in thing these days.

As for what's happening now, I'm currently the new webmaster of the METC's site, the URL of which I won't post up here. But it's still a job that I'm learning more about.

Heck, there's plenty of things to do at the METC. But it's worth it. Among other things, there might be a multiplayer PC games tournament next week. For one of our clubs. And right now, I've got just the music for it.

Saviour-V grins, and teleports out...

Current Music: "Theme of Solid Snake", by Konami's Kukeiha Club, from the "Metal Gear Solid Snake Red Disc" album.