Saturday, May 31, 2003

Come to think of it, I hadn't really noticed how ridiculously cheap discmen are compared to MDs and iPod alternatives etc. O_o;

hahahahahahahah Yi

Funny comic. Best I've read in a while.

(sif only for James! :D)

actually, the tree falling in a forest without a person thingy depends on your notion of sound.

is the notion of sound purely of air waves travelling through the air?
or is it the notion of these [edit]compression[/edit] waves hitting someone/something's eardrums (or any other instrument by which things "hear").

if it's the former, then yes. there is a sound.
if it's the later, then no. there is no sound.

same thing with colour.

is it photons travelling through space?
or is it only colour when that photon strikes the back of your eye (or something's instrument that translates photons into something useful eg. electric pulses).

just for James

Actually we are both right thanks to the magical word 'can'...

Of coure it makes a sound.. the point is, does anyone care? (besides the person it fell on)

Your logic is flawed John.. so very flawed...

but if a tree falls in the forest (of circular, ellipse, pentagon or any shape), and no one is there to hear it, does it still make a sound?
what if it hits the person walking through the forest?
therefore one can only walk into the forest as far as where the tree will hit him/her.

Friday, May 30, 2003

lol i know know john
i just added stuff in so the the sentence says something about a rule yet breaking that rule at the same time
just like ' and you shouldn't start sentences with conjuctions!'

Ellipse is only an example. The shape of the forest could be anything as long as it contains two points that when joined, the distance is half of another two points joined, eg rectangle where length = 2 and breadth = 1. Of course the initial question also did not state the direction you should travel into the forest. Hence there's infinite number of possible shapes that can get that result. Since there's nothing in the definition of the word 'forest' that suggest it has to be a certain shape, my statement is correct to all forests.

as true as that may be, the scope of your statement "you can walk into a forest as far as you can walk through it." applies only to your elliptical forest, whereas "You can only walk halfway into a forest, any further then you'd be walking out of it." applies to all other forests.. maybe..

wow, that rule even works for the alphabet!

the correct saying is: i before e except after c.

i before e except in words such as recieve where i is after c

Thursday, May 29, 2003

and you shouldn't start sentences with conjunctions!

But because forests aren't necessarily circular, you cannot define an absolute 'half-way' since it varies.
Therefore, if the forest is an ellipse where distance from north to south ends is double the distance from east to west ends,
then maximum distance in which you can walk into the forest from north to south is same as walking through the forest from east to west.
Hence you can walk into a forest as far as you can walk through it.

We always talk about distances, we just dont realise that we are..

You can walk further through a forest than you can walk into one. You can only walk halfway into a forest, any further then you'd be walking out of it.

Which somehow leads me on to another topic of interest; when is late night coding happening? is it Friday? please say its (this) Friday..

The things you could do with 3.6c

As far as you can walk through it.

The point of that statement is to confuse people. Of course, you 'could' emphasise on different words if that statement were false.
ie, it could be interpreted as 'some things I say are lies'
'everything you say are lies'
'everything I didn't say are lies'
'everthing I say is true'
etc etc

I'm confused.

we were speaking of distances?

Not true, Charlie.. If the statement 'everything i say is a lie' were false, then it could become 'some things i say are lies'.. which just confuses matters..

speaking of distances.. how far can you walk into a forest?

Wednesday, May 28, 2003

i'd love to be his lawyer. he'd get like 30% of the damages awarded!!


i like circles.

If he is lying, then the statement 'everything i say is a lie' is a lie hence it becomes 'everthing i say is not a lie' (ie, everything he says is true)


Random Quote:

The longest distance in the world is always the one between you and me.

If somone comes up to you and say 'everything I say is a lie'.
Is he telling the truth or is he lying?

Tuesday, May 27, 2003

'According to Timesman Jack Malvern, liberal politician Shirley Williams -- also known as the Baroness Williams of Crosby -- recently recounted to an audience in Brighton that "my good friend Tony Blair" told her the following anecdote: "Blair, Bush and [French President] Jacques Chirac were discussing economics and, in particular, the decline of the French economy. 'The problem with the French,' Bush confided to Blair, 'is that they don't have a word for entrepreneur.' "'

the study of economics is the study of speculation about speculation.

there are two types of lies: ones which when you say it, you want people to know you're lying; and ones that you don't want people to know. this is the first kind.


Monday, May 26, 2003

Alexis is still alive? How wonderful.

What kind of screwed up person would enjoy cybersex? They need counselling.

To download it would go against ur code of ethics wouldn't it, James? >:)

Already seen that before Yi. The warning has to be done with the seedy voice from the SBS movies *and adult themes* :D

And SIIIIIIIIIIIIF they didn't just buy a new car anyway. You didn't see them do the nitty-gritty business of fixing all those wires that were hanging out on the passenger side. That would have been hell.

Question: What percentage of material from the original car was left by the time they finished?

Paying back Alexis
James: I watched the Matrix Revolutios on divx
Metroid: i wonder wether i should believe you or not...
who is the mother of the matrix?
ames: it turns out the machines aren't in control of themselves either
Metroid: are you just fucking me? what can swear on? you are agnostic....
Metroid: you swear on?
Metroid: fucking with me?
ames: it makes sense actually in retropsect. If the humans were inside a control system, it was only natural the machines were too
ames: I won't tell you the ending but it's neat
Metroid: did you really see it?
ames: matrix_revolutions_div[x].mpg 568.2MB
Metroid: how can i get it?

Sunday, May 25, 2003


(posted on behalf of Benny)
(the original articles are at :

Wellhung: Hello, Sweetheart. What do you look like?

Sweetheart: I am wearing a red silk blouse, a miniskirt and high
heels. I work out every day, I'm toned and perfect. My measurements
are 36-24-36. What do you look like?

Wellhung: I'm 6'3" and about 250 pounds.I wear glasses and I have on
a pair of blue sweat pants I just bought from Walmart.I'm also
wearing a T-shirt with a few spots of barbecue sauce on it from smells funny.

Sweetheart: I want you.Would you like to screw me?

Wellhung: OK

Sweetheart: We're in my bedroom.There's soft music playing on the
stereo and candles on my dresser and night table.I'm looking up into
your eyes, smiling. My hand works its way down to your crotch and
begins to fondle your huge, swelling bulge.

Wellhung: I'm gulping, I'm beginning to sweat.

Sweetheart: I'm pulling up your shirt and kissing your chest.

Wellhung: Now I'm unbuttoning your blouse.My hands are trembling.

Sweetheart: I'm moaning softly.

Wellhung: I'm taking hold of your blouse and sliding it off slowly.

Sweetheart: I'm throwing my head back in pleasure.The cool silk
slides off my warm skin.I'm rubbing your bulge faster, pulling and

Wellhung: My hand suddenly jerks spastically and accidentally rips a
hole in your blouse.I'm sorry.

Sweetheart: That's OK, it wasn't really too expensive.

Wellhung: I'll pay for it.

Sweetheart: Don't worry about it.I'm wearing a lacy black bra.My soft
breasts are rising and falling, as I breath harder and harder.

Wellhung: I'm fumbling with the clasp on your bra.I think it's stuck.
Do you have any scissors?

Sweetheart: I take your hand and kiss it softly.I'm reaching back
undoing the clasp. The bra slides off my body. The air caresses my
breasts. My nipples are erect for you.

Wellhung: How did you do that? I'm picking up the bra and inspecting
the clasp.

Sweetheart: I'm arching my back. Oh baby. I just want to feel your
tongue all over me.

Wellhung: I'm dropping the bra. Now I'm licking your, you know,
breasts. They're neat!

Sweetheart: I'm running my fingers through your hair. Now I'm
nibbling your ear.

Wellhung: I suddenly sneeze. Your breasts are covered with spit and

Sweetheart: What?

Wellhung: I'm so sorry. Really.

Sweetheart: I'm wiping your phlegm off my breasts with the remains of
my blouse.

Wellhung: I'm taking the sopping wet blouse from you. I drop it with
a plop.

Sweetheart: OK. I'm pulling your sweat pants down and rubbing your
hard tool.

Wellhung: I'm screaming like a woman. Your hands are cold! Yeeee!

Sweetheart: I'm pulling up my miniskirt. Take off my panties.

Wellhung: I'm pulling off your panties. My tongue is going all over,
in and out nibbling on you...umm... wait a minute.

Sweetheart: What's the matter?

Wellhung: I've got a pubic hair caught in my throat. I'm choking.

Sweetheart: Are you OK?

Wellhung: I'm having a coughing fit. I'm turning all red.

Sweetheart: Can I help?

Wellhung: I'm running to the kitchen, choking wildly. I'm fumbling
through the cabinets, looking for a cup. Where do you keep your cups?

Sweetheart: In the cabinet to the right of the sink.

Wellhung: I'm drinking a cup of water. There, that's better.

Sweetheart: Come back to me, lover.

Wellhung: I'm washing the cup now.

Sweetheart: I'm on the bed arching for you.

Wellhung: I'm drying the cup. Now I'm putting it back in the cabinet.
And now I'm walking back to the bedroom. Wait, it's dark, I'm lost.
Where's the bedroom?

Sweetheart: Last door on the left at the end of the hall.

Wellhung: I found it.

Sweetheart: I'm tuggin' off your pants. I'm moaning. I want you so

Wellhung: Me too.

Sweetheart: Your pants are off. I kiss you passionately-our naked
bodies pressing each other.

Wellhung: Your face is pushing my glasses into my face. It hurts.

Sweetheart Why don't you take off your glasses?

Wellhung: OK, but I can't see very well without them. I place the
glasses on the night table.

Sweetheart: I'm bending over the bed. Give it to me, baby!

Wellhung: I have to pee. I'm fumbling my way blindly across the room
and toward the bathroom.

Sweetheart: Hurry back, lover.

Wellhung: I find the bathroom and it's dark. I'm feeling around for
the toilet. I lift the lid.

Sweetheart: I'm waiting eagerly for your return.

Wellhung: I'm done going. I'm feeling around for the flush handle,
but I can't find it. Uh-oh!

Sweetheart: What's the matter now?

Wellhung: I've realized that I've peed into your laundry hamper.
Sorry again. I'm walking back to the bedroom now, blindly feeling my

Sweetheart: Mmm, yes. Come on.

Wellhung: OK, now I'm going to put know know...woman's thing.

Sweetheart: Yes! Do it, baby! Do it!

Wellhung: I'm touching your smooth butt. It feels so nice. I kiss
your neck. Umm, I'm having a little trouble here.

Sweetheart: I'm moving my ass back and forth, moaning. I can't stand
it another second! Slide in! Screw me now!

Wellhung: I'm flaccid.

Sweetheart: What?

Wellhung: I'm limp. I can't sustain an erection.

Sweetheart: I'm standing up and turning around; an incredulous look
on my face.

Wellhung: I'm shrugging with a sad look on my face, my weiner all
floppy. I'm going to get my glasses and see what's wrong.

Sweetheart: No, never mind. I'm getting dressed. I'm putting on my
underwear. Now I'm putting on my wet nasty blouse.

Wellhung: No wait! Now I'm squinting, trying to find the night table.
I'm feeling along the dresser, knocking over cans of hair spray,
picture frames and your candles.

Sweetheart: I'm buttoning my blouse. Now I'm putting on my shoes.

Wellhung: I've found my glasses. I'm putting them on. My God! One of
our candles fell on the curtain. The curtain is on fire! I'm pointing
at it, a shocked look on my face.

Sweetheart: Go to hell. I'm logging off, you loser!

Wellhung: Now the carpet is on fire! Oh noooo!


an european version of the indian peugot dude.

Zimmer Studio Specifications:
Source: iPod v2.0 - 15GB (LAME 'extreme' VBR preset)
Amplification: Sony TA-1066 Integrated Amplifier (1975)
Reproduction: Sony MDR-D66SL `EGGO` Pro / Cambridge Soundworks FPS 2000 Digital

Haha, it's not uncommon that people come up with similar ideas independently.
Given that humans have existed for XXXXXXXXXXXX..... years and that there wasn't a significant improvement, if at all, in human intelligent,
it's not hard to imagine that whatever one says, it's likely that it has been said already by someone else.

But I like the simplicity of that expression.

Saturday, May 24, 2003

"Don't try, Do (Charlie Zhang, 2003)"

Thats just paraphrasing Yoda.. or rather the writer(s) of that relevent star wars movie.

Yea they even released the dub mid last year.

James, the thing you said about debugging for an hour before re-compiling your program...The CSE should undertake a study to see how often people re-compile after such errors and take into account the time and who solves the problem quicker on a ratio basis. That would be interesting to see the results. Then we could get an optimum time when we should compile again.

So say if its 30 minutes then I can sit on my fat arse for that time and it should work after that :D

Friday, May 23, 2003

erh.. isn't this a bit too late? :D

people can refer to 10000000000000000...persons or 2 persons
the latter surely is not massive
and such generalisation is valid if i know one other person other than myself that rarely read smh, and i do.

the epitome of an irony: "unlike everyone else , i'm not judgemental"
if generalising to people is massive
then generalising to everyone punitive hey

"people rarely read smh these days"
that's one massive generalization you have there charlie.

unlike everyone else, i'm not judgemental.

people rarely read smh these days
let alone remembering what they've read a month ago.

Random Quote:
Don't try, Do (Charlie Zhang, 2003)

Thursday, May 22, 2003

wasnt there an article about sms sacking in the smh a month or so ago?

Wednesday, May 21, 2003

lol SMS

Hypothetical quote:
'Soz, u r fired. gg no re"

A new way of firing that person you never liked without having to face him

first pic of the mclaren mp4/18.
i'm excited!!

Monday, May 19, 2003

kimi is still in the lead.

Another excuse for not going to uni hey?

Sunday, May 18, 2003

Alison Road was in trouble too later in the week. Thats the last major intersection before UNSW along Anzac Pde

I know a good crack..

but it costs money.. In fact it costs the same amount as 'Enter The Matrix' retails for..

If anyone can find me a crack for Enter The Matrix game, it would be much appreciated.

thats why living in the hills is so awesome..

haha yeah Tempe...YIiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii is in trouble

LOL john

Saturday, May 17, 2003

i wonder if i can fit one of these in the go kart i posted a few days ago.

Isn't that near where Yi lives?

all this water is making me thirsty..

good thing i've got some pretzels...

Friday, May 16, 2003

its times like this when one of these becomes useful.

You victorian traitor!

How do you feel?

I feel like a Toohey's

I feel like a Toohey's

I feel like a Toohey's or two

Check out some of these pix:

Sydney Rain

you can get it cramming
you can get it spamming
you can get it any old how..

Thursday, May 15, 2003

Stayfree ultra slim
prevents leaks
so you stay free, to dream.

as a matter of fact, i've got it now.
vic vic vic vic vic victorian bitter.

as a matter of fact, i've got it now.
vic vic vic vic vic vic bitter.

Varying results depending on quality of bullshit

haha that actually makes sense
isn't that how lotteries work?

cramming? as a matter of fact, i'm doing it now

Wednesday, May 14, 2003

Random observation:

Cramming - Something you could have done any odd night.

An email from my bro:


A city boy, Rodney, moved to the country and bought a donkey from an old farmer for $100. The farmer agreed to deliver the donkey the next day.
The next day the farmer drove up and said, "Sorry son, but I have some bad news, the donkey died."
Rodney replied, "Well then, just give me my money back."
The farmer said, "Can't do that. I went and spent it already."
Rodney said, "OK then, at least give me the donkey."
The farmer asked, "What ya gonna do with him?"
Rodney, "I'm going to raffle him off."
Farmer, " You can't raffle off a dead donkey!"
Rodney, "Sure I can. Watch me. I just won't tell anybody he is dead."
A month later the farmer met up with Rodney and asked, "What happened with that dead donkey?"
Rodney, "I raffled him off. I sold 500 tickets at two dollars a piece and made a profit of $998."
Farmer, "Didn't anyone complain?" Rodney, "Just the guy who won. So I gave him his two dollars back."

Rodney grew up and eventually became the chairman of HIH, FAI and OneTel.

Really? What results did your technique yield?

The faculty really should think of other ways to give out essays. All the research material in the library was gone. The entire dewey number was missing off the shelf

butter your cramming and bullshitting skill needs refinement
research should have started on the due date and essay finished 1 hour before it's due with half of your references pulled out of your ass
try it, it's good.

Tuesday, May 13, 2003


I just finished the shittiest quality essay ever. I never want to see it again. Here's a good idea: 40% research essay handed out 4 weeks ago. Start it 3 days before due date. When I say start, I mean start researching.

haha heard that before from john.

here's an original one from Charlie (i think):

Little Elizabeth walks pass a bank and got drowned.

Random lame joke:

A man walks into a bar and says ouch.

Random Quote:

Anything less than the conscious commitment to the important is an unconscious commitment to the unimportant.

Monday, May 12, 2003

Provisional exam timetable is out.

If I have an answer I would not be asking the question
and I did not propose that Christianity is the answer. If I did, I would have been a Christian already.

Hence if you want something to go wrong, should you not wish it wouldn't go wrong?

Murphy's Law: The many interpretations

# Nothing is as easy as it looks.
# Everything takes longer than you think.
# Anything that can go wrong will go wrong.
# If there is a possibility of several things going wrong, the one that will cause the most damage will be the one to go wrong.
Corollary: If there is a worse time for something to go wrong, it will happen then.
# If anything simply cannot go wrong, it will anyway.
# If you perceive that there are four possible ways in which a procedure can go wrong, and circumvent these, then a fifth way, unprepared for, will promptly develop.
# Left to themselves, things tend to go from bad to worse.
# If everything seems to be going well, you have obviously overlooked something.
# Nature always sides with the hidden flaw.
# Mother nature is a bitch.
# It is impossible to make anything foolproof because fools are so ingenious.
# Whenever you set out to do something, something else must be done first.
# Every solution breeds new problems.

Sunday, May 11, 2003

Did complex lives evolve from singles cells?

Complex lives are made up of single cells, and also start off life as a single celled organism, so I would like to think yes, they did.

christianity does not answer the question you posed to us; where did god come from?

Its not where you from, its where you at..
But do we really want to know where god came from? What if god is actually a group of being from the future who have travelled back in time to try and improve life by altering our past and present on earth so we dont end up eradicating ourselves?

christianity does not answer the question you posed to us; where did god come from?

500hp from that little thing?!

Saturday, May 10, 2003

James I admire your audacity to apply for long service leave.
Your request has been denied.
Report to channel CTO immediately, we have work to do.

Did complex lives evolve from singles cells?

LOL John that must chew up wheels more than the Supra video u sent me a while ago.

Testing ftp

Soyuz Backing Away from ISS on Exp 6.

Wheet! It works. Finally. After a year of void in higher computing I finally remember how to use the internet.

what makes you think that we all descended from the 'first life-form'? perhaps life was created or evolved in isolated situations, then (somehow) interbred later on. to paraphrase; 'the tree of life could have more than one root.'

Non Starrer is finally going to live up to his name and refrain from indulging in such activities until further notice.

i want one.

To the StarCrew:
I will be on long service leave from today until early July. The reason is a combination of excess assignments, tests and freelance work.
In order for us all to have an excellent July holidays, it is in our common interest to finish the term in high marks and spirits. Please excuse
my abscence from all group activities (CFN, movies, unaccountable dinner outs), we shall have plenty of that when the exams finish.

I look forward to experiementing with photography, filming and all forms of art when the holidays commence.

Until then,
Au revoir.

Friday, May 09, 2003

LOL,. shit Gary, that sux donkey balls. At least we have a good hold!

Seriously though, bring your 750 next time, your one sounds like a cracked solder joint, which can be easily fixed. I've resoldered mine but mine is due to amp or zener diodes, for which my tools are too large to fix.

the possibility that there might be a beginning

what makes you think the 'first life-form' was created at all?

Thursday, May 08, 2003 organism
the concept of Adam and Eve being the first humans as proprosed in the book of Genesis may be ridiculous
but what about the initial creation of that first life-form?

Some evidence that Mr Einstein's Relativity Theory may be wrong:

'Has Hawking Erred' - Gerhard Kraus
"Time Dilation" - John Doan (an Ozzie bloke)

James, just to make you feel better my 750 has lost one of its channels for a while now, therefore making both my Sony MDs being fucked in some way. I posted a message here before, but back then I thought the problem was with recording. Whats wrong with yours? Plus, my T68i is now gathering a shitload of dust in/around the joystick.

christian killing material... some experimental evidence of evolution!!!


I get to do a law essay right after...

I need sleep

From a minidisc repair person:
MZ-R700/750: Many keyboard problems (The keybords are not made by Sony). In very short time one or both channels (right/left) stop working. Bad location of the earphones socket and of the headphones amplifier. The earphone output is not protected well against problems imported from amplifiers to ehich the MD is connected.

Aiwa 70/75/80: They work fine until he first problem. Then, usually, the problems are difficult and expenssive to be repaired.

Mz-R90/91: Tends to go into test mode and stay there forever. Bad mechanical structure puts extra force on the laser mechanism until the whole mechanical system became stucked. Baterry lid tends to brake.

Tose remarks are based on my daily experience. It ia a partial list only.

David Popovits

So right isn't he? My G750's channels are dead. Your R90 is stuck in test mode. Damn Sony MDs.

yes indeed i am.
you'd be surprised at the weird and wonderful things that pop in your head when you've had a total of 6 hours of sleep for the past 2 days.

i'm not touching another law essay again!
until next time.

Wednesday, May 07, 2003

you wouldn't be referring to that game would you john.....

hey james, look out for that Nokia 7250 (something like that) ad
it's the type i want to shoot
maybe we should do an ad instead of a trailer.

i dont get it

father abraham had seven sons
and seven sons had father abraham
and they never laughed
and they never cried
all they did was go like this
with a left
with a right...

Tuesday, May 06, 2003

If anyone need to test out Splay/Rotate, put this line in your myBinaryTree constructor:


i regret starting my quoting thingy all those days ago.

But then there's those who you can count on...

Random Quote:

The ultimate abuse of hope is procrastination.

Random Quote:

There 2 things that i really hate in this world; racists and Asians.

Bonus Quote:

The media may not tell you what to think, but it tells you what to think about

Random Quote:

There are three types of people in the world, those who can count and those who can't.

Monday, May 05, 2003

"quoting is fun..."
-darren 4/5/03

Sunday, May 04, 2003

Quoting is fun...

Computer Science is no more about computers than astronomy is about telescopes.
E. W. Dijkstra (thats right, the same guy who did that algorithm named after himself to find the shortest path from one point to another in a distance graph)

Random Quote:

Copy from one, it’s plagiarism; copy from two, it’s research.

John, why is Raikkonen starting off last?

That extract was just cut and pasted. I'm disappointed Jono

Random Quote:

My struggle to remain healthy is gradually killing me.

Saturday, May 03, 2003

Or until more people become left handed.

Friday, May 02, 2003

Living in Weightlessness

How might the minds of humans differ from the social norm if they were to be raised from birth in 0g? A weightless environment presents a true three-dimensional setting where Newton's laws of motion prevail over Earth-honed intuition. Friction for objects sitting on tabletops distorts the true nature of the laws of motion and thus warps our intuition. We normally think in terms of two dimensions when we move from place to place. However in orbit, one mightdecide the best way is to go across the ceiling and then sit on the wall. If you lose something in weightlessness, you instinctively look down, which of course is not the solution. What intuitive behaviors would spawn from being raised in weightlessness and how might this change your methods of thinking and problem solving? For people who will be raised in orbit, I speculate that their thinking perspective will be different, their way of processing three dimensions -- hence, their thoughts and methods of solving complex problems. Creativity will certainly be more three-dimensional and definitely thinking will be out of the gravitational box. Like the way culture and language influences your ability to creatively think and the kinds of problems you choose to tackle, being free from gravity will entice thoughts never before possible for the human mind. Perhaps the next revolutions in scientific discovery will have to wait until humanity steps out of its cradle and expands into space.

I can spell fine, its just that I didnt press the 's' key hard enough.. in fact.. it was all part of my plan to do that..

I'd do the latter essay.. you'd be able to say more on that that the former one..

I argue coz I like procrastinating.

Man, even I can do those essays. It took me a while, but here it is:


That's a valid argument one would agree.

Shall I do this essay:

"Can pent-up angry feelings be reduced by aggression? Critically evaluate the hypothesis that "catharsis" reduces the subsequent expression of aggression."

Or this:

"Are there personality differences (related to motives and feelings) that shape the way we remember our lives?"

Thursday, May 01, 2003

i argue because darren can't spell.

I argue to create converation..

i argue because i am right. always.

you're right johno, i'm not being slack. The heart does not determine what one would say and do, it's the mind's job to do that.

Bourne, 47, suffered serious head and leg injuries in an accident during preparations for the Race to the Sky hillclimb near Cardrona, Central Otago, on Good Friday.

Haha, you don't need to do psychology to tell what yi and benny's thinking

Quote Charlie Zhang:
"Argue not for the sake of proving someone wrong, but for what one truly believes."

Anti-Quote: Yi Huang (mentality):
"Argue not for what you believe in, but to invoke misery to your opponent."

Related quotes: Benny Ho:
"Argue not for what you believe in, but for sweet mellow pride."

And finally myself:
"Argue not for what you believe in, but as a means to create new vocabulary."

Is it me, or Possum Bourne has indeed died?

I'm assuming he was not driving in preparation for a race.

If a car racer was driving to the shop to buy milk and was involved in a car accident, does he deserve to die even if the accident had nothing to do with his profession, but was merely coincidental that he was employed in a profession which involves such a risk?

Go John!

Sif not being slack Charlie you heartless bum!

Possum That's. pretty damn depressing.
It hasn't even been on the news or anything? wtfk?


Argue not for the sake of proving someone wrong, but for what one truly believes (Charlie Zhang, 2003)

so if you die while driving to your work as a carpet salesman, then it serves you right for being a carpet salesman?

I don't drive in preparation for a rally race john