Sunday, July 24, 2011

Maid cafe for a day~ a birthday

Spent a nice day at the maid cafe, would have been fantastic if there were more people and I apparently  missed a big event today >_< how sad!! It is my birthday dammit extend the event more... !! >___< |||

There were some cosplay and games thing looks like a big one too, or small, since I saw like... 6 cosplayers, one of those is a Miku from one of her music videos, I am guessing World is Mine, but I could be wrong.

Special shout out and thanks goes out the very nice butler Gin-san and Akiko-san who seems so tired yesterday, must have been hard work desu-ne getting all the attention since you are the only maid around. Hope I wasn't being too annoying with you two for talking about me me me me and my director-san (about that onsen trip thing)

I am glad to have celebrated my birthday there, always nice to come here and feel very welcome. I am trying to escape the Arab season as you can see where I am from and where I work... oh dear, trailing off again talking about myself ahhhhh >___<
Anyway, I promised to give you guys a proper review so don't worry I will and it will be in the next post. I eat too little, wished I could have eaten more as this makes the second time I ate Omu rice (the last time was just dessert with some friends) Special thanks goes out to the sauce art by Akiko-san, you were so patient with making up my plate! I don't wanna eat the dish because you spent so much effort on it~! orz|||

It is a pity Kurumi-san was not with us, I hope she enjoys her MTV event, say hi to her for me! (I really wanted to see her as ojousama again, but ehhh...) Thanks Gin-san for telling me, great service you and Akiko-san provide and let me tell you this, I recommend this to a lot of international audience, (if they share interest with me, and I really hope you guys advertise more.)

Anyway, I am heading back to Penang today, so Cassie hope to finally be able to see you there.

ahaha, I already have a membership card~ so yeah.

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

I have finally found a 3D waifu.

Is it wrong I am so jealous of her being seen by other young men like me? seeking to find one that they really wished were their own?

My infatuation at first, but... it has become a kind of love beyond my walls of thought.

I think... I finally found her. But if only... if only...



oh dear....I think I am going insane just thinking about you

Thursday, May 19, 2011

Riko-moe! - Imgur


Riko-moe! - Imgur

A collection of all my Riko-riko avatars~

I love her so much, my new waifu~

Thursday, May 5, 2011


Afterthoughts will be a new tag for deep thinking after a major issue, set soon to run semi-regularly with Himitsu's blog.

So, he is dead, the big evil that is Osama bin Laden.

Now we need to start thinking about what to do after.

It is quite a pain really.

The US needed to eliminate Osama to fulfill a sense of justice and to a lesser extent to end the myth of his seemingly immortal threat and invincibility. Perhaps all too much that leads to 10 years of fruitless efforts and all of a sudden there he was shot in the head, dead.
But then dropping his body into the sea, not making a default shrine of some sort does not legitimately end his reign, or his organization’s Al Qaeda’s grasp on terrorism. It is merely a default of a kind, a mere sign at best. Will it spur his supporters about? One can only hope not.

Often forgotten amid the ugly violence of Al Qaeda’s attacks was the terrorists’ declared goal to replace existing governments in the Muslim world with religiously pure Islamist states and eventually restore an Islamic caliphate. High on their list of to do’s was Egypt’s Hosni Mubarak, whom was already removed by peaceful bloodless means.
Thus even before Bun Laden death’s, and now without him, one may presume that Al Qaeda (henceforth reference to as AQ) has been operating fine without Bin Laden’s direct influence of directions the group shall undertake. It was as though he were a figurehead and that he is only able to lead if only being led. With his death, we must begin to pry deeper, asking questions like ‘how relevant was he to an organization that is so ‘hydra-esque’ where one head is cut and another two shall replace and twice as fierce?’ One must start asking the questions how relevant is it a time-beaten old man hiding and unarmed in a compound in Pakistan now killed be to the American purpose? Is it relief? Or some kind of inside victory wont that needed to be satisfied?

However, rejoice is abound, after all, the nightmare that took a decade to resolve has been done. Justice has been served, and the people of the US, the world that witnessed the horror that was Sept. 11 can now absolve a guilt that they weren’t there to help, if there was such a guilt. They can finally put it behind them, to move on from the clouded nightmare that once shaded their eyes.

However, such rejoicing would be premature, to think AQ is now dead in the water, or dead even with Osama now gone is tempting as it is naïve. To many Islamic ideologues, the Arab Spring merely resembled the removal of obstacles that stood in the way of establishing aforementioned Islamic caliphate. Their goal has not changed, with or without him, the organization is steadfastly independent. Just as how Osama has guided and designed it, without him, the group would simply mourn him, perhaps if necessary be, or rejoice at the a new and more intensely focused mission to establish their presence and power as unprecedented from here forth. Their goal hasn’t changed, their ability to use terrorism, and willingness to employ the means of terrorism to ensure the success of their ultimate goal has not budged. They merely flourished even, to say the least now that he has been made a Martyr.

In the months ahead, Osama’s death may encourage AQ to stage an attack to counter the impression that it is out of business. The more significant threat, and immediate to be said the least will come from its local affiliates. Osama and his deputies have designed AQ to function as a network of groups that could largely operate independently to attack their enemy, perhaps the US, and now perhaps even the world. Once in place, the network already has no need for Osama, and this needlessness could have been established long before the 80s, or 90s. One can only wonder if this relevance of Osama, so purported as the all evil face of America’s most wanted; be at all the image of AQ’s prime operative. Is it that his face represents AQ? Or is it that AQ merely uses his face?

Either way, in many Muslim societies, there remains a radical stratum born of a sense of victimization by the West, fueled by the inefficient and corrupt governments and carried forward by an enormous youth population. AQ was and is simply a pressure valve and from an early form of connective social media avidly controlled by the country’s leadership; allowed the expression and growth of young and able jihadists to form and function. Those who are fed up by the corruption of their government to and those who believe that their religion requires the absolute sacrifice of any sanctified peacemaking, and thorough acts of violence against the nonbelievers only strengthen through such channels.

They will concrete themselves with such ideas. They shall fundamentally believe that violence is the way. Refusing to renounce violence as a means to an end and refusing to accept more democracy (even if it isn’t suitable case by case basis) that is offered to be established, less corrupt regimes will all form an umbrella for the establishment of the caliphate.

Just because one does not always know the identities of their leaders or see a named and hierarchical organization does not mean that the Islamists extremists are not working hard to seize the fruits of the Arab Spring. The challenge for the US is not merely to take advantage of the intelligence gained from the Pakistan raid that ended Osama, but to assist moderate Muslims to establish creating a counterweight to violent extremism. With both an appealing articulated ideology and effective organizational structure, the US may achieve just that. (that is, provided that the US does not put the foot into the wrong dialogues and establish their dominance over their culture as they have been performing thus far.)

The government that was overthrown in Egypt was corrupt and feckless as are the regimes that are now under siege such as Libya. Groups have poised to take advantage of the situation of this upheaval are mostly strong supporters of Osama’s view on repressive religious rule. The similar conditions and situations exist in Afghanistan and Pakistan making it very difficult for the US to put their presence there and if they do, it will become a structure of poison that will soon leak into the minds of the people who resent the American presence. The words rang true for the Islamists, and those who support them will find themselves too supported by them in the group, using strong words and stronger grip on what they purpose for, the average Muslim man may just be spurred into action to take their side.

But, is it sides that become the balancing act? Is it even relevant to discuss taking of sides when one is an average Muslim man, seeking perhaps some kind of freedom from the corrupt and incapable government, seeking a voice that vents that anger that has accumulated from repressive, and victimized lifestyles? Or is it that a man may know what serve him best? And in turn, serve the very function AQ sought out to employ?

Moderate, tolerant and even some secular groups exist, but they often do not have a comprehensive alternative vision, or how to communicate it or have the organizational skills to promote their secular vision. The US and European experts can engage to assist, but not form their arguments into the base of their ideologies into them. They can assist to build the politically achievable and viable organizations but to succeed these new groups must be homegrown and tap into the Arab and Islamic traditions. The mere installation as it was with Afghanistan’s president as before and after the war was considered done by the Bush administration demonstrate how short-termed their selected candidates can be useful. It must speak the Arabian voice, voice the Arabian concern and connect the Arabian world.

Moreover, without investment to create jobs, new governments in these countries will fail under the weight of their predecessor’s problem: youth unemployment. Unless the corruption is replaced with efficiency, investment will either not materialize or be wasted and without alternative movements with vision and appeal, the ability to deliver change can be only so limited. Obama was voted to come with Change, but can change be mobilized? That does indeed, depend on the future routes.

Saturday, March 26, 2011






Sunday, March 20, 2011

Some things

You know how everything somehow always rather in some way or another get together and form puzzles and answers?

One of those things I believe in the website you visit.

Did you know, that the sites you visit represent your inner nature, subconciously these features may or may not reflect the way you treat people.
Today, I met a guy at work who was an avid visitor of facebook, you see, George here (not a real name) likes facebook. He lives and breathes facebook, it is not just a hobby or a pastime, it is a lifestyle and dedication that can be equaled by breathing, necessity to eat etc.

We all know how the wording goes, facebook addicts, tweeter addicts, stars exploding when they get their grubby hands on tweeter and tweets off multiple messages often enough telling about what drugs they are taking in what club, or the Lindsay Lohan type that self-destructs, or the occasional 'PSST, YOUR RACISM IS SHOWING' tweets.

George is all that rolled into one, everything just damn goes. I go tell him that 'hey I need to use the toilet' and George goes on his blackberry in the office and tweets 'oh my colleague is going to the loo' So today I asked him if he is gonna do that, guess what his response was? Aptly, he responded by putting me as his tweet 'friend is asking lol what I am doing with a blackberry posting here while at work, I said I tweet lol'

The context of that message was simple to me as it was complicated. The complication arising by my deeply seated mind of self consciousness at any level do I begin to explore the facades of the human race.... that, amongst the cumulative voice of the entire species... I cannot at all fathom nor come across the answer to... 'what George is doing'...

This is odd. Why is George finding the incessant need to update and inform others? What is the point in George's life?
Why does he need to bring the entire world's attention to what he is doing? The even more disturbing question is... How many people are there outside the wide and weird world that is like George? The human race has been a long runner, running for as long as it did, our ancestors certainly didn't evolve to build great cities and have its children devolve into electronic device button punching/mashing informants of the web age. We come across a certain crossing threshold where we are bound to ask questions...

Are we still relevant?

This question, I sometimes, beg you to think before you speak.

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

cause art is cool

Saturday, March 5, 2011

Drive Angry is the smackiest shit I seen all this week

Just when you know that Nic Cage is the shittiest actor of all the planet to expect after blunders like National Fucking Treasure and Bangkok NOT AT ALL Dangerous (or Bangkok Perfectly Safe) and gems like Lord of War you would expect him to throw in the towel.

He had a great role in Kick Ass, to be fair I wish he would stay like that, you know, a bit of wannabe vengeful Batman and a lot of regretful, sorrowful pride of Lord of War Yuri Orlov, then along came a deal called Drive Angry.

Now, here you are, staring the poster of the Drive Angry (Below says SHOT IN 3FUCKINGD) and you thought, ooh, is this one of those films like Faster? you know, where they claim vengeance is indeed faster than you think it was?

No, it wasn't. How can that be you ask, the show says it is drive angry, the opening part has these big emboldened words in thick grey text floating behind Nick Cage as he blows up a fucking car by setting alight petroleum leakage from said car, it says DRIVE ANGRY.

So how come there is ONLY ONE CAR CHASE SCENE?

It was a relatively collected one, I can name you a documentary of Michael Schumacher in an F1 race where he drives angrier than Nick Cage in a car in Drive Angry. Drive Angry quite simply should have been named 'Man with a Angry Drive to Drive Someone to Hell. or something like that.

Aside from the devil worshipping orgy whupping stuff that keeps happening and this sicko getting a blowjob but ends up having Nick's in-film daughter chew off his dong and subsequently killed her with a slash to the neck... I really don't see much happening.

But guess what, I never expected it but I am totally liking this show.

This guy:

This show is fucktasticly callous, it is like someone decided it was the best idea to throw in an FBI agent devil representative and give him the most boring name ever called The Accountant, (HOW ABOUT THE CLERK, OR THE JUNIOR LOAN OFFICER, OR THE CENTER PURCHASING SUPERVISOR) I mean, come the fuck on.

Ok, that aside, here I am with this crazy cool guy who pinned a hillbilly wifebeater to a wall and gave a slutbag waitress enough wet dreams to last 3 decades at a cafe, while simultaneously calling some fucktard a fat fuck in a very collected manner, and I like it. Accountants aside, this show took a whole hour to piece together, OH SO THAT'S WHY HAPPENED.

I totally enjoyed it, I mean, I know Nick was something awesome in this movie, DAD WHO GET  SENT TO HELL AND CAME BACK TO SAVE HIS GRANDAUGHTER FROM THE ARMS OF MALICIOUS DEVIL WORSHIPPERS?

Sounds like awesome.

It was.

But you know what? The fact the Accountant spent a nice narration on the devil himself, Lucifer, Baal, Beelzebub whatever... he was said to be 'a quiet collected person... sophisticated even, and considers the act of sacrificing children in his name annoying' was really a nice bit.
this show has a lot to do with asses

I mean, here I was fresh outta the cinema from The Rite where Anthony Hopkins was going "WELL YOU SEE, IN HELL THE DEVIL HAD NOTHING BETTER TO DO THAN RAPE HIS OWN CHILDREN AND HAVE MANY MORE INCESTUAL CHILDREN TOGETHER SO THEY HAVE RAPE ORGIES" and here is a 180 from that and he is a quietly reading guy just reading books in hell yeah.

Ok, ok, anyway, as far as I know, I dunno what to say except to say that all coherent manner of speaking has been lost by the time I am done with this blog post.
It is fucking fun.

Nick Cage is in a show called Drive Angry, that has very little to do with Driving or being Angry (he is quite calm half the time, if not always, just determined). So go watch it.

See this happy chap? He ain't angry not at all.

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Everyone is a critic...!!A

Ok, my take on the 'why is 2011 anime so far all about school settings and harem stereotypes' is simple:
1. seriously, it is a method, you know how when you sort of market shit you want your shit to be in a package of things that are similiar and not opposites such as packing facial cream with cement, or corn with wasabi? Yeah, like that, except say, okay, it is Jan 2011 I think we can use some light hearted moe filled stuff after December and November when there are plenty of LOLDEEP and DRAMA hanging about.

2. I don't see why it should cut out the fun for some of you imo, it is a show, and you sorta watch it because it is anime and you like anime don't you? Why would you be a critic for the first episode only? If anything I know first time image counts, but this is not a job interview nor do they market specifically to you or tell you the whole thing in the first episode. You sorta need to hang about until 2 or 4 more to get the plot.

3. It is fun to just enjoy a season of shows likewise you should.

I don't get it guys, you are complaining about something of a commodity in short supply, creativity does not come running about in every half season. Sometimes you have good shows, sometimes you have bad shows.

In this part of Winter Season 2011, maybe the line up isn't as impressive but some of you make comparisons to fully convince others there is nothing but shit to watch?
Now, that is critically dumb.

Saturday, January 1, 2011

New Years, New Resolutions.

Thinking about it this year, now in 2011.

it is time to wonder why we are here as humanity in 2011. What are we doing to get to 2012, what is the difference with 2010 are we going to make stand out?

Is it time to question policies and things that which change us, or that things which keeps us together. Is it time to drop the computer and walk out of your mold covered room in the basement, or is it time to keep lunging on the pain of lonesomeness and continue your journey of slaying monsters in fantasy lands?

Whatever we do, know that we are responsible for our fate.

My time as the lonesome worthless fool is hopefully over, and despite my best attempts to evade attention, I am now getting tugged into real life to wake up.

I suppose... in due time, even the originality that was once myself, will soon fade to mediocrity, I hope I shall not be one of you, but be one of myself, that is my resolution, and I resolve to make it happen.

May you all have a meaningful time, not being Lady Gaga or Justin Bieber, but being yourself.

"Know not you that the cracked diamond is the most beautiful thing of it all? For what value does a solid block of unblemished stone carries, not of character or uniqueness, not of personality and beauty... but a clean surface of identical fiasco. Think of the crushed diamond, its center filled with each a unique crack, much like life has to offer a man mental and physical scars, each to build character, personality and identity; one which is yours and none other. Know you not only fools aspires to become others, when others only aspire to become themselves? Pity should you not appreciate yourself for who you are."