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Chemistry sucks
8:17 a.m.
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Practical 1000000

Title: Chemistry totally sucks.
Objective: To investigate the suckiness of chemistry
Hypothesis: Chemistry is the number one most hated science subject
Apparatus: Google and a computer
Reagents: None
Procedure:
1. Key in "chemistry sucks" in google and record the number of hits in the table
2. Key in "physics sucks" in google and record the number of hits
3: Key in "biology sucks" in google and record the number of hits
4. Fill in the values in the table given

Results:
Chemistry sucks: 6180 hits
Physics sucks: 5010 hits
Biology sucks: 2530 hits

Conclusion: 6180 people felt that chemistry sucks more than the other science subjects. Therefore, hypothesis accepted.

Discussion: There were no systematic errors nor random errors therefore the results are super duper precise and accurate. Almost 100% of everybody in my class hates chemistry now so results are proven.

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I soooooo hate chemistry. I flunked it.... SHIT!
Wonder if my scholarship will be withdrawn?
That would really suck.
Hectic!
4:38 p.m.
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SAM= HECTIC
aiyoyoyoyoyo....
next week got maths, bio and physics common test 2.
and i haven't even study anything finish!!!!!!


Chem common test was just... mad. How are we supposed to do like super bionic robots that no need time to think (although there was a guy sitting beside me who managed to finish the WHOLE paper about 10-5 minutes before the time end.... CRAZY!1!)
Anyway, most probably i didn't do too well.

As for English.... GRRRRRR!!!!!!!
That teacher nvr tell us there was notes online! And such a coincidence that not one of my classmates mention it to me! (there were many ppl who didn''t know there were notes online) His annoucement went along the lines of:
"pls be reminded that your oral is next week"
"ps: thank ******* for preparing the notes on religious issues. She's such an angel"
How in the world it translate to:
"There are notes in BB6. Pls read it for the oral"???????

GRRRRRRRR!!!! And he NEVER tell us that the oral is 100% of our report card!!!! WARGHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Anyway, my little milo is extra naughty! And i think his IQ is going downwards. Last time I thought he so smart cause he could respond to it's name. Now.... call 100 times also nvr come.
Hahahhahaa... and i put him to the mirror test. They (scientists) said that if the animal is smart, when shown a reflection of it self, it should be able to recognize that it is their own reflection and thus ignore it. When I show my cat the mirror..... he straight away jump up and hiss like a mad cat. Hahahhaha... he kept on looking at the mirror and was so confused when i took the mirror away!
I shall put him to the cadaver test next....
Time
1:28 p.m.
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Time cannot be stop.
How I wish the clock will stop ticking and let me catch my breath.
Photos!!
8:20 a.m.
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Here are the kitty photos!!

Milo looking innocent (before i actually clean it


Milo sleeping on the couch. Her favourite place to sleep is at the old couch in front of the television. It doesn't like watching TV though

Me and Sabrina in class. Weird haircut huh..

Me and Yik Ming. Dunno why I look like a standard 4 student here. Yik Ming instead looks like some gangster

Seriously...
5:35 a.m.
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Seriously, does publishing something on the Internet make it a less credible information? That's what my teachers seem to think so.
My teachers still insist that I get hard copy books even though I found some e-books. Which is annoying. Why is it that the exact same publication can become less credible when it becomes an e-book. The content wasn't change nor the information inside. So why is it that e-books are still considered a secondary source when the wording in the e-book and the hard copy book is exactly the same??
They also think that getting information from official magazine sites are not as reliable.
Seriously, they can't be serious.
(All the information that I collected comes from official newspaper sites (eg: BBC, The Guardian), magazine sites (New Scientist, Nature) and ebook sites (which our Taylors Library promotes like crazy, making me wonder why they even bother to advertise it when their teachers don't consider them as primary sources))

So in 20 years to come where everything is paperless I guess all the information in the world is going to be considered a secondary source (meaning: NOT RELIABLE source) to them. I really can't understand them.

Therefore, for future reminder for myself and to ppl reading this: When doing projects that need you to cite sources, the more book sources you have, the more marks you get.
The Internet is really just a useless whirlpool of information for projects in the eyes of some teachers.
long time no post
9:31 a.m.
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well.... it's beena long time since i blogged.. And many things have happened.

I failed my driving test. Only the jalan raya part though. I turned into the wrong lane and was failed (which is my fault) Will be sitting again this coming Wednesday.

Next, I found a kitten!!! It's a siamese looking cat. Unfortunately it's male. I hate male cats cause they look so boxy when they grow up (their face looks like a box.. ) And if you don't neuter them, they will kencing all over your house... Sheesh....
But my kitten it's cute. And it has a name: MILO. Cause the fur look like milo color and i wanted something that started with "mi" as my former cat was named "mi-ka" This kitten is pretty smart though. It knew how to open the cage door!!! It will wrap the paw around the door and push it upwards... then it'll crawl in between the space. Now, I don't even bother putting it in the cage. It wouldn't run out of the main gate for some reason.

Next, I just went for the JPA interview. And I kinda screwed it up (don't think i'll be getting the scholarship) The BM part was the worst for me. I enjoyed the discussion though (hahahha... and the interviewers at least looked slightly interested in our discussion so i guess it was ok) I got the qw: Reality TV brings negative influence to teenagers. Do you agree?
I disagree as reality tv can be educational. Like Amazing race, they showed us different cultures around the world and nifty informations that sometimes cannot be obtained from guidebooks or documentaries. Another point was that shows like American Idol or Malaysian Idol gave us, the commonfolk, an opportunity to display our talents and to become a singer or an actor.
Out of 5 ppl, 2 ppl disagreed and 3 ppl agreed. Another girl (on the same side as me) said that reality tv gives teenagers the motivation on to reach their ambitions and make us become more determined and brave people.
The opposing ppl gave these points: Reality TV doesn't really show ppl's talent as most contests are determined by number of SMS and so on. Another was that it makes teenagers become addicted to it and reality TV has a lot of bad words in it. One more was that TV can make you shortsighted and so on.
I said that bad words not only come from TV but from everyday life. We usually learn these words from our friends instead of TV. I also said that reality tv really do help ppl become stars as music producers will be watching these shows and eventhough they don't win, they will be employed by these ppl (wahahhaha... and i gave Jennifer Hudson as an example (thank you to The Star for advertising her so much!!!!)) The girl on the same side with me also said that short sightedness can be caused by many other reasons and not only reality tv. She also said that most reality tv shows only air once or twice a week. So it's quite hard to be addicted to it (specifically).

Then when the others wanted to counter, the interviewers said ok... it's time already. They said they had other work to do (for example: eat) and have to stop here.
We said thank you and goodbye then leave.
So it was alright... I like that debate. It was fun to think of ways to counter ppl's arguments...


(no kitty cat photos as my computer sucks and can't upload photos)